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A mock-up section of controversial “prison-like” anti-suicide measures proposed for historic Archway Bridge has shown for the first time how they will look in real life.

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Jose Dent. Picture: Charlie Hopkinson/Gardens Illustrated.

A popular Hampstead horticulturalist has been remembered for her generosity and kindness.

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Susie Gregson, chairman of the society, and Jacqueline Morris, 87, who left the school in 1945, (front centre) with a group of girls  who left in 2010. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Former pupils who attended a top Suburb school between five and 80 years ago returned to mark the 90th anniversary of its alumnae society.

Yesterday, 16:00
Lemurs in their new home at London Zoo

Visitors to London Zoo will soon be able to get up close and personal with some of nature’s most playful primates.

Yesterday, 14:03
Corporal Anna Cross, 25, during a press conference at the Royal Free Hospital where she has been discharged, after being successfully treated for Ebola. Picture: PA/Philip Toscano

A military healthcare worker who was admitted to the Royal Free after testing positive for the deadly Ebola virus has been discharged today.

Yesterday, 12:00
Sir Keir Starmer on the campaign trail in Lissenden Gardens, Gospel Oak. Picture: Polly Hancock.

Whenever Sir Keir Starmer is profiled by the national press much is made of the first name he shares with Labour pioneer Keir Hardie.

Yesterday, 11:34
Keith Wynn  chatting to MP Bob Neill during a visit to Photocraft in 2012

Hampstead’s photo shop to the stars is celebrating its 50th year in the village with an Easter day of fun tomorrow.

Property

Standing in the sun today it was warm. Really warm, which in London in March is both unusual and very welcome.

Peter Malcomess of Chestertons Kentish Town

Turning a plot of land in Johannesburg into a four-bedroom house was a formative experience for Kentish Town estate agent Peter Malcomess of Chestertons NW5.

Yesterday, 17:41
Simon advises not waiting until after the election to sell

Simon Gerrard the president of the National Association of Estate Agents answers your property questions.

Yesterday, 08:00
Ideally, you should change the locks on your new property as quickly as possible

Spring is high season for moving house and sprucing up the home. But in the bustle of moving boxes and clearing off cobwebs, few of us remember to check the key security features that keep our homes and families safe all year round.

Thu, 15:00
Sue Whittington. MMGI / Marianne Majerus

Ruth Pavey looks at a new book which celebrates the plots of passionate amateur female gardeners.

Thu, 14:05
Picture: PA Photo/thinkstockphotos.

1 Start by clearing the room and finding all the protruding nails in the floorboards. Bang in these with a nail punch (and hammer) so you don’t damage the boards. If you leave any nails sticking up, they will break the sanding sheets, which is annoying, time-consuming and expensive because you usually pay for each sheet you use.

Thu, 10:30
Dining room

At first glance the outside of Anna and Mark Denton’s house in Marlborough Hill looks more or less like any other home on this well to do street in spruce St John’s Wood.

Sport

Thursday evening was a special one for Hendon FC, as the club fulfilled its first competitive fixture at new home Silver Jubilee Park. Playing only a few miles away from the site of their old ground Claremont Road,

Yesterday, 07:16
Jordan Nobbs, Arsenal Ladies. Pic: TGSPHOTO

Jordan Nobbs believes Arsenal Ladies are ready to challenge for the league title again after their disappointing slump to fourth place last season.

Thu, 12:00
Arsenal's Danny Welbeck left) and Newcastle United's Remy Cabella (right) battle for the ball at St James' Park,

Even trailing a sequence of six straight victories in their wake, it takes a substantial leap of faith to envisage Arsenal snatching the Premier League title.

Thu, 10:00
NLS WK13 15 Hendon's Gary McCann foot on ball

Manager Gary McCann is looking forward to Hendon’s first competitive match at Silver Jubilee Park tonight (Thursday) as his side take on Corinthian-Casuals in the quarter-finals of the London Senior Cup.

Thu, 08:00
London Heathside's William Griffiths (left) and Jacob Phillips (right) with Muchta Farah from Ealing Southall and Middlesex Athletics Club.

London Heathside’s Jacob Phillips is bidding to win the Under-17 men’s title in the North-West London Young Athletes League as he prepares for the fifth and final race at Wormwood Scrubs on Saturday.

Wed, 16:45
Matiss Ippolito (centre)

Two siblings from Hampstead Garden Suburb will take part in the first ever British Long Track Speed Skating Championships in the Hague in the Netherlands on Saturday.

Wed, 16:01
Saracens captain Maro Itoje lifts the LV=Cup surrounded by his teammates. Pic: Matthew Impey/Wiredphotos.co.uk

Saracens head into Saturday’s world record match against Harlequins at Wembley Stadium having secured the first silverware of the rugby season.

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Caron Westbrook visits award-winning Crouch End shop Scarlet Rage Vintage.

Yesterday, 12:46
British Prime Minister Tony Blair, bids farewell during his last day in Downing Street.

Bridget Galton talks to author Nick Kochan about the former PM’s “distasteful” post-political goldrush

Thu, 12:46
Steve Nallon plays Margaret Thatcher in Dead Sheep at the Park Theatre

Broadcaster Jonathan Maitland says his play depicts the conflicted loyalties of Mrs Thatcher’s back-stabbing chancellor Geoffrey Howe

Tue, 13:11
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Casting images for 'The 2000 Year Old Man' play, coming to JW3
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This old man....he played one unfunny gig, found Bridget Galton

Thursday, March 19, 2015
This Is Your Trial featuring Rufus Hound. Picture: Dieter Perry

Daniel Wittenberg on mock trials where comics put the audience in the dock on spoof charges

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
The Slow Show - White Water

Feted, mellow indie troubadours deliver on their early promise.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Alistair Campbell pulls his best 'Wolf Hall look'. Picture: Polly Hancock

With a new book out about winners, former Labour strategist Alastair Campbell tells Alex Bellotti why he’s never settled for second best

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