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Campaigners protesting against the controversial Haringey Develpment Vehicle have mounted a crowdfunding drive to raise £25,000 in order to challenge the scheme in the High Court.

A man charged with raiding a High Court judge’s Primrose Hill home and making off with a laptop, credit cards and jewellery including a Knighthood medal has been cleared in court.

Haringey’s health ambassadors have highlighted the importance of getting out, staying active and making new friends as the council launches its free fitness campaign aimed at over-65s.

Four men have been charged with fraud offences after elderly people in Camden were targeted by conmen posing as police officers.

A mother-of-nine and her nephew became innocent victims of a “vendetta of violence” when they were shot dead in their own home in East Finchley, the Old Bailey has heard.

The Alternative Clothes Show returned to Crouch End last Saturday, March 25, where students from City and Islington College joined local models to showcase a range of dazzling outfits crafted using recycled materials.

Detectives from Camden have released CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary at Holborn Mosque.

Runners preparing for the YMCA North London’s Crouch End 10km event on Sunday May 21 can now join weekly training sessions every Tuesday evening up until race week.

The three boroughs, along with three other local authorities, each secured a share of £1.7 million from the government to support more residents affected by homelessness.

Sofiane Messaad, 20, had fled to the park after being caught spying on another woman as she showered at the Park Roads Pools leisure centre nearby.

PC Joshua Savage faces four offences over a filmed incident involving the stop and search on the driver of a Ford Fiesta last September which was widely shared online.

The application, for the redevelopment of office spaces into an eight-storey housing block, was approved by the council’s planning committee.

A decision on an application to demolish offices at 156 West End Lane and replace them with eight-storey housing blocks is due this evening.

A new Marks and Spencer (M&S) Foodhall will be opening in West Hampstead on Wednesday February 22.

Police have revealed that ‘the worst’ burglary spree in the NW3 area has seen 24 business and domestic raids since mid-December.

Cllr Claire-Louise Leyland will join traders and members of the Camden Neighbourhood Policing team this Wednesday in the Belsize Kitchen.

Theodore Johnson, 63, appeared at the Old Bailey this morning charged with murdering the 51-year-old last month.

Former children’s laureate and author Michael Rosen has condemned Haringey Council’s plans to move thousands of council houses into a private company as “social and ethnic cleansing”.

Criminal gangs working across Hampstead are ordering spare keys online using numbers etched onto the access locks.

Testing along West End Lane showed many residents were being exposed to nitrogen dioxide levels more than 50 per cent above permitted levels.

Transport for London (TfL) plans to provide up to 70 new homes by building above a proposed new entrance on Buck Street.

Business owners in Belsize Park have made a desperate plea for CCTV in the streets and better police protection after a £30,000 smash-and-grab spree has seen at least six shops targeted in as many weeks.

Parishioners noticed the figure had been removed from its place at the heart of a display inside St Joseph’s Catholic church on Highgate Hill.

Model Casey Batchelor, who appeared in the reality show in 2014, is taking part in the Haven House Hospice Chilly Dip challenge on February 12.

A man from Hackney has been hit with a £200 court bill after smashing through a car park gate and driving on the Heath.

Detectives have launched a fresh appeal more than 40 years after 22-year-old Amala Ruth De Vere was strangled to death in Maida Vale.

Fresh probe comes 32 years after fashion tycoon Aristos Constantinou was gunned down in his Bishops Avenue mansion.

Miles Hughes, 18, from Camden, allegedly used a Stanley knife to carve his name in his victim’s arm before launching the terrifying attack.

The tireless work of Ingrid Posen, 71, in the Childs Hill Park and Golders Green community has been recognised with a British Empire Medal.

New Years Eve is traditionally the busiest night of the year for LAS, while Camden ranked second in most alcohol-related calls last December.

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