April 23 2014 Latest news:
The son of a Camden Council accountant has been convicted of killing her at their home while suffering from paranoid schizophrenia.
The Whittington Hospital is to be on the front line of a new battle against the spread of Tuberculosis (TB) as London continues to suffer the highest rate of infection of any Western European capital.
A new independent café offering 14 blends of tea and a varied menu of healthy food has opened in Primrose Hill.
Residents in Kentish Town are a step closer to seeing a cinema return to their neighbourhood after councillors agreed to allow a music venue to screen films.
A Highgate writer, teacher and artistic director who has been a vocal campaigner against female genital mutilation (FGM) for decades is staging a literary event featuring writings and performances by opponents of the brutal practice.
Eoin Morgan is confident that Middlesex have blown away their early season cobwebs as they prepare for their County Championship clash with Yorkshire.
Win tickets to see Heston at the Jazz Cafe on Sunday
ChildLine founder Esther Rantzen was the guest of honour at the official opening of a new playhouse at her old Belsize Park school.
A Hampstead auction house was abuzz with excitement as a furious bidding war saw a prized lot sell for 10 times its estimate.
Mike Read, who died this month aged 79, was a very active member of a number of Highgate organisations and well known in the village.
As far as venues in the South East go, it’s up there with the most spectacular and it won’t be long before the gates of Windsor Castle are thrown open.