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If you’ve been enjoying Hampstead Heath this summer, you may have come across an unusual slab of concrete amongst the greenery.

Aaron Breslauer, 14, has combined his love of mountain climbing with raising £2,000.

Six year old Camden schoolgirl Lily Conlan has been shortlisted for a prestigious campaigning award for her work to promote deaf awareness.

It’s unlikely anyone testing the water at Hampstead Heath’s many ponds expected their checks for bugs like E.coli would ever become part of a performance art project.

A-level results day started early at Highgate School - some students opened their envelopes at 6AM - as yet another year group smashed records to achieve the best results in the school’s history.

A “fabulous range” of A-level results at LaSWAP Sixth Form Centre has seen students meet offers from universities as diverse as Falmouth and SOAS.

A group of Muswell Hill neighbours and councillors are concerned the re-opening of a “magnet for crime and anti-social behaviour” in the Broadway will fuel disorder in the area.

On Friday August 3, 2018, nine residents from Camden’s Oldfield Estate performed as part of Garsington Opera’s Community Company.

Contact the Elderly, a charity solely dedicated to tackling loneliness in older people, launched its new West Hampstead offshoot with a tea party at a volunteer’s home.

The Sigmund Freud statue that sits proudly on the corner of Belsize Lane and Fitzjohn’s Avenue in Hampstead is well-known.

Two local divers called in to comb Hampstead Heath’s Men’s Pond recovered “rubble and construction debris” after a bather suffered a serious gash to his abdomen last week.

Students from William Ellis School and LaSWAP sixth form centre were given the chance to highlight the health concerns that mattered to them in a video campaign produced with the help of Healthwatch Camden.

Historian Irene Cockcroft will talk tonight at Camden Local Studies and Archive Centre about the feminist history of the Slade School of Art in King’s Cross.

Camden model George Koh, 24, has been found guilty at the Old Bailey of murdering his well-known fashion rival Harry Uzoka, 25, on January 11 this year.

Comedian Paul Duncan McGarrity is fundraising for the Whittington Hospital – after docs there helped him recover from a series of swordfighting injuries.

In the dying days of feudal Japan, 14 student samurai from the southern Japanese province of Satsuma (now Kagoshima) came to Camden to study at UCL. Four others went to colleges around the country.

Highgate’s Paul Colley and two friends completed the RideLondon-Surrey 100 bike ride on July 29, raising over £2,000 for the charity Victim Support.

Two “predatory” people who mugged a 90 year-old man for his pension in St John’s Wood have been found guilty of robbery at Southwark Crown Court.

Camden’s Polly Holt has been honoured with a Points of Light award by the Prime Minister for her work volunteering for eyesight-saving charity Orbis.

Milkman Peter Bircham has served north London for more than 40 years.

A planned basement excavation in the heart of Hampstead that supposedly ignores the new neighbourhood plan has campaigners up in arms.

A woman mugged in broad daylight on Primrose Hill for her jewellery has spoken out about the ordeal, which left her with huge bruises on her face and arm.

Deliveroo wants its delivery riders to spearhead the electric vehicle revolution, and to that end it is trialling a new scheme to subsidise electric scooters for its staff across Camden and Islington.

Mouse droppings found in a box of potatoes and around the kitchens were behind William Ellis School’s one-star food hygiene rating, the Ham&High can reveal.

The Czechoslovak Restaurant and Bar in West Hampstead has been forced to close its beer garden – after it emerged the pub’s licence actually prohibited alcohol consumption outside.

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt confirmed he “will do everything” to bring Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe home.

“Absolute madness” took hold on the Heath last Thursday as, with the Parliament Hill Lido unexpectedly closed, swimmers keen to escape the sweltering temperatures headed for the model boating lake instead.

Twenty-five years ago, Crouch End woman Joy Gardner died after being bound with 13 feet of tape and a belt by officers from the Met Police’s now-disbanded Alien Deportation Group (ADG).

Crouch End’s John O’Neill, 63, has raised over £8,000 for the charity Inquest ahead of taking part in the London Triathlon on August 5, despite breaking his shoulder two years ago in a hit and run accident.

Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Westminster Councils are among 23 London authorities to have joined a city-wide crackdown on illegal tobacco.

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