Venues which stay open past midnight in Camden may find themselves charged a levy to cover the costs of policing and cleaning the night-time economy.

Christopher Matt

Detectives are hunting a convicted sex attacker who has disappeared while on licence from jail.

Tom Franklin, Camden Green Party

The chairman of Camden’s Green Party branch has denied sitting down in front of a tank on its way to an arms fair.

Theo Seddon-Deane, who has cerebral palsy, with mother Catharine Seddon

Theo Seddon-Deane was born at just 26 weeks, weighing less than a bag of potatoes, and needed a ventilator just to keep him breathing.

Pauline Cafferkey as she was discharged from the Royal Free in January

A Scottish nurse being treated at the Royal Free Hospital for a late complication of the Ebola virus is in a “serious condition”, the team treating her has said.

New Wetherspoon pub opening in Muswell Hill

A controversial Wetherspoon pub is opening next week on Muswell Hill Broadway.

Breda Athan helped treat three Ebola patients at the Royal Free

A senior nurse who led on the treatment of three Ebola patients at the Royal Free Hospital has been honoured at the Nursing Times Leaders awards 2015.

Dr Tomas Lindahl has won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Picture: The Francis Crick Institute

A Highgate scientist has won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for pioneering research on DNA repair in cells.

Royal Free Hospital. Picture: PA/Anthony Devlin

A Scottish nurse treated for Ebola has returned to the Royal Free Hospital after developing an “unusual late complication” of the infection.

North London coach Greg Mackett coaching cricket in Rwanda

A North London cricket coach has flown to Rwanda to help fight the HIV and AIDS epidemic.

Police attended as a group of travellers arrived at the Liddell Road site. Picture by local resident, 'Jon'

A group of travellers has moved into a council-owned site in West Hampstead, prompting a short-lived standoff with the police.

Yesterday, 14:24
Neelu Berry, who was cleared of all charges, arriving at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court yesterday

A woman has been cleared of having “vexed” a priest and disrupting a Sunday service.

Yesterday, 12:42
Actor Jim Carter joins the

Actor Jim Carter, who plays Carson in Downton Abbey, joined protestors in West Hampstead in their bid to prevent a pair of six and seven storey tower blocks being built on their doorstep.

Yesterday, 12:34
Natalia Czekaj died after being stabbed more than 20 times by James Richardson

The loved ones of a barmaid who was stabbed more than 20 times during a frenzied attack say they have been left “disgusted” by the British justice system after a judge said her killer should only spend four years in jail because he is an alcoholic.

Yesterday, 08:00
Alex Lyons with her children Oscar, five, and Benjy, three.

 Picture: Nigel Sutton

A loophole allowing families to get their children into the most popular primary schools despite living miles outside catchment areas is set to be closed by Haringey Council following complaints from parents and carers.


Merging the styles of a misspent youth with the hottest technology around is a great way for retiring and downsizing baby boomers to ensure their new property steers well clear of fuddy duddy

The circular, domed building is Grade II-listed

Although spacious and modern and set in a prime position overlooking Hampstead Heath, the detached four-bedroom house on Templewood Avenue, NW3 is relatively unremarkable on its own.

Drinks in the communal lounge

New developments for older people in north London are trying to convince over-55s that retirement housing needn’t be the choice of last resort. But will Londoners be convinced?

Yesterday, 16:11
Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the Conservative Party conference in Manchester

Buying agent and property expert Henry Pryor doubts housing plans set out in David Cameron’s conference speech yesterday will do much to solve the capital’s housing crisis

Yesterday, 14:12
Cromwell Place, N6

Property in Highgate offers a range of fantastic options from grand Georgian town houses and large Victorian homes to some world famous Modernist buildings

Yesterday, 12:40
View from Kenwood

Ask anyone who lives in Highgate why they love the area and the phrase ‘village atmosphere’ is bound to come up. With the surrounding greenery of Hampstead Heath and Queen’s Wood, the description is certainly understandable

Wed, 18:21
Higher house prices and smaller urban properties mean self storage is booming

The UK is a nation of city dwellers with 82 per cent of the population now living in urban areas according to new research by storage company FEDESSA and property consultant JLL.

Wed, 15:05
ONS figures show how mortgage borrowers could be exposed to any hike in interest rates

More than 1.1 million households were sitting on mortgage debts worth more than 4.5 times their income in 2013, with a quarter of these concentrated in London.

Charnwood C-FIVE

Nothing beats huddling round a cosy fireplace with all the family during the bleak winter months, but a fireplace can be so much more than just a method to melt your marshmallows. Here’s how to get the most out of your fireplace this autumn

Tue, 19:22
North End, Hampstead Heath, NW3

Properties from the Georgian era (1714-1830) are less common in Hampstead and Highgate than in areas like Islington, but some of the houses from this period that do exist are among the most beautiful of their kind. We’ve rounded up three of the best currently on the market

Tue, 10:12
Mark Winship, lettings manager at Hadleigh Residential

Former athlete Mark Winship, lettings manager at Hadleigh Residential, would love to move from Enfield to the Amalfi Coast, although the commute to Belsize Park might be a challenge

Mon, 15:11
The bedroom with luxurious grey carpet and Allen Jones print featuring Moss

For someone who writes about property and interiors, the news that Kate Moss is branching out into interior design is something of a godsend. Not only does it mean that home decor must be cool, but it should provide ample scope for editorial.

Mon, 10:42
Herbert Street, Kentish Town, NW5

This four-bedroom Kentish Town house has been given an oriental-inspired contemporary interior design forming a striking living space.

Sunday, October 4, 2015
Worcester Boiler available at, PA Photo/Handout

A boiler that’s 15 years old or older is only around 60-70 per cent efficient, meaning that as much as 30-40p of every pound spent on heating and hot water is wasted. Investing in a brand new A-rated condensing boiler could mean a jump to 90 per cent efficiency, and a heavier purse to boot.

Saturday, October 3, 2015
A Coniferous Forest. PA Photo/thinkstockphotos

Gardeners who love a riot of colour throughout the seasons may dismiss conifers as dull, boring specimens which add little to the glory of the garden.


Yesterday, 12:21

Midfielder Jordan Nobbs is determined to finish her frustrating season on a high by helping the Gunners to regain the Continental Cup.

Yesterday, 11:00
The Camden Swiss Cottage squad

Camden Swiss Cottage’s young swimmers competed in their first Southern Junior Inter League Final on Sunday – and they finished fifth to narrowly miss out on a place in the national final.

Yesterday, 09:00
The 24 competitors from The Hall and South Hampstead High School pose together after their success at the Hemel Hempstead snow dome

South Hampstead High School and The Hall both took three teams to the Caxton FX 2015 indoor British Independent Schools slalom race at the Hemel Hempstead snow dome.



This satire offers nothing new in its send-up of Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross’s radio show furore, says Marianka Swain.

Anne-Marie Duff (Violet) and Carey Mulligan (Maud) in SUFFRAGETTE. Picture: Steffan Hill

This film about the push for voting equality is a chilling reminder of our all-too-recent history, writes Michael Joyce.

Fin Greenall of Fink. Picture: Tommy Lance

Fin Greenall tells Alex Bellotti about the three-piece’s upcoming Forum show, why they won’t go down the Kings of Leon songwriting route and his experience working with Amy Winehouse.

Piper Heidsieck

Celebrate the BFI film festival by staking your claim for tickets to the UK premier of Youth, accompanied by a basket of Piper-Heidsieck champagne.

Yesterday, 13:00
Phill Jupitus. Picture: Emyr Young

Ahead of an appearance at Archway With Words, the entertainer tells Alex Bellotti about his time as a 6 Music DJ and his early career as Porky the Poet.

Yesterday, 08:00
Kate Fleetwood in Medea at Almeida Theatre. Picture: Marc Brenner

Rachel Cusk’s adaptation of Euripides’ infamous tragedy is biting, bilious and painfully astute, says Alex Bellotti.

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