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On Thursday night the Royal Free London NHS Trust held their annual awards ceremony.

Hampstead Heath charity Heath Hands are to hold the first Community Heath Festival on Sunday, July 1.

In 1792 Mary Wollstonecraft published A Vindication of the Rights of Woman while living in Camden and, in the years since, the borough has been a hotbed of feminist activity.

Kentish Town City Farm has won £5,000 worth of kitchen equipment, including a brand new oven, after its field to fork community project was awarded a national gong.

Every Sunday from this weekend until September will see an exciting free musical performance at the Regent’s Park bandstand.

Hundreds attended Highgate’s annual Fair in the Square at the weekend, sponsored by the Ham&High.

Neighbours and community groups have raised concerns over the sale of former Branch Hill House care home in Hampstead.

Despite being served with a planning enforcement notice, workers have been stocking the shelves at the former Leighton Arms pub as its controversial conversion into a Nisa supermarket continues.

Punters at the Alliance pub in West Hampstead fear that a new planning request could damage the building’s exterior – or even lead to its closure in the future.

A paramedic from West Hampstead received a special award after heroically saving 30 people from a fire.

An exhibition celebrating Camden’s connections to the women’s suffrage movement opened last night at Holborn Local Studies and Archive Centre in Theobalds Road.

The Friends of Kenwood House in Hampstead fear English Heritage cost-cutting could diminish the property’s famous collection of artwork.

Haringey Clincal Commissioning Group (CCG) has admitted an admin error left it at risk of legal action from a prominent human rights body.

Council tenants in Camden’s Harben Road estate claim they’ve been without heating or hot water more than 30 times this year.

When Camden town hall was built – construction began in 1934 and was completed in 1937 – few would have imagined that just a couple of years later its basement would need to house air raid shelters behind heavy iron doors.

Ten students from a youth group based at Jacksons Lane Theatre in Highgate are preparing for the night of their lives — a one-night-only show at the National Theatre.

On day 800 of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s incarceration in Iran, her family and supporters held a demonstration outside the Foreign Office in Whitehall – and called on the Prime Minister to personally meet Richard Ratcliffe to discuss his wife’s case.

Campaigners for the release of West Hampstead mum Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has spent more than two years in Iranian prison, will tonight mark her daughter’s birthday by lighting candles outside the Foreign Office.

Highgate’s Pond Square will be the place to be on June 16. The Ham&High previews the best of the Fair in the Square – and explains its history.

Camden six-year-old Lily Conlan has turned into a charity video star to raise money for childhood deafness charity Auditory Verbal UK.

A Maida Vale councillor has called on Historic England to “urgently consider” listing the area’s famous recording studios after the BBC announced it was to close the building after over eighty years.

Camden councillors have slammed the owners of the site of the old Leighton Arms pub for “running roughshod” over the community.

A green-fingered thief was caught red-handed after being spotted on CCTV walking off with a £50 plant pot in West Hampstead.

A scooter gang smashed their way into a Finchley Road furniture store this morning and stole computer equipment – for the second time in months.

A Highgate mum fed up with traffic pollution and congestion has launched a lift-sharing app to help clear the roads and make parents’ lives easier.

Neighbours and campaigners are to protest the conversion of a Kentish Town pub into a Nisa supermarket this Friday.

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