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Yesterday, 17:20

A 22-year-old hospice worker behind plans for an anti-Semitic demonstration in Golders Green on Saturday has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with inciting racial hatred.

Yesterday, 16:57
Chinese ambassador Dr Liu Chih-Kung with young pupil Saskia Beveridge. Picture: John Macdonald-Fulton

More than 500 pupils and parents took part in a festival to celebrate one of the most important holidays in the Chinese calendar.

Yesterday, 13:23
Conservative MP Eric Pickles and Lord Janner. Picture: Polly Hancock.

Labour peer Lord Greville Janner will be prosecuted over claims of historic child sex abuse after an independent review overturned a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

Yesterday, 10:00
Sarah Ezekiel with her exhibition. Picture: Adam Thomas.

A mother-of-two who has been left paralysed by motor neurone disease (MND) has exhibited artwork produced using special technology that tracks her eye movements.

Yesterday, 09:52
Joshua Bonehill

A man has been charged with inciting racial hatred ahead of a controversial rally set to take place in Golders Green this weekend.

Sunday, June 28, 2015
Award-winners celebrate receiving their certificates at Gospel Oak School. Picture: Dieter Perry

Mothers from countries across the world have received awards at a ceremony to celebrate their integration into the community.

Sunday, June 28, 2015
Pupils, parents, ex-pupils and local residents protest about the proposed merger of Torriano Infants and Junior Schools. Picture: Polly Hancock

Parents have accused the leaders of a popular Kentish Town infants’ school of railroading through plans to merge with the junior school next door.

Property

Yesterday, 19:20

Matthew Stacey, managing director of Matthew James estate agent, enjoys rural relaxation but says the newly buzzing Fortess Road can’t be beaten for urban fun.

Yesterday, 15:57
Simon Gerrard reflects on the year in north London property

Outgoing president of the National Association of Estate Agents reflects on an eventful year for north London property, and considers what the future may hold.

Yesterday, 10:24
Wadham Gardens, Primrose Hill, NW3

A detached double fronted nine-bedroom family home (554sq mt/5,972sq ft) set behind a carriage driveway providing ample off-street parking.

Sunday, June 28, 2015
Frances Tophill, from the book First-Time Gardener, published by Kyle Books. PA Photo/Clare Winfield/Kyle Books

Frances Tophill well knows the problems faced by new homeowners who inherit a neglected garden.

Saturday, June 27, 2015
Moroccan Tea Glasses, available from RE. PA Photo/Handout

Revisiting the 70s has conjured a fresh approach to the bohemian chic trend. But it’s not just time travel that’s inspired the latest collections; actual travel is at the heart of the look too, with designers venturing back to favourite far-flung haunts through exotic themes.

Friday, June 26, 2015
Regent's Park Road

Demand for property over £2million in Primrose Hill has more than doubled since May according to figures released today.

Friday, June 26, 2015
78 South Hill Park, Hampsted, NW3. 
General view of ground floor dining space

European Modernism, Classical philosophy and Eastern mythology were among the inspirations for an unconventional concrete 1960s house in Hampstead, one of 510 places given listed status this year.

Sport

Yesterday, 18:18

North Middlesex were left regretting their failure to maintain the pressure with bat and ball as they lost to Richmond by 54 runs in the Premier Division of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Yesterday, 17:00
South Hampstead captain James Williams took 4-22 with the ball and then top-scored for his side with 39 as they beat Winchmore Hill by seven wickets. Pic: Max Flego

South Hampstead moved up to third in Division Three of the Middlesex County League, level on points with second-placed Barnes, after a convincing victory away at Winchmore Hill.

Yesterday, 16:00
Jaahid Ali hit an unbeaten 126 at a run a ball in Hampstead's victory over Southgate. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Hampstead closed in on the top, beating basement boys Southgate by 104 runs and picking up the maximum possible 13 points as leaders Ealing slipped up with a home defeat against Finchley in the Premier Division of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

Yesterday, 14:29
Hendon captain Kevin Maclaren (right) in action against Harrow Borough. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Hendon captain Kevin Maclaren has been banned for the whole of next season, while his brother Casey Maclaren will not be able to play until February after an attack on a Wingate & Finchley fan.

Friday, June 26, 2015
Somerset's Jim Allenby

John Simpson struck another career-best innings in a losing cause as Middlesex plunged to Twenty20 defeat against Somerset – their fifth in a row.

Friday, June 26, 2015
John Simpson, Middlesex

John Simpson sees his long-term future as a top-order batsman following his recent promotion to no 4 in Middlesex’s limited-overs line-up.

Thursday, June 25, 2015
Bob Wilson

Former Arsenal players will take on a celebrity team to raise funds for Bob Wilson’s Willow Foundation charity on Sunday July 5.

Entertainment

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Half drunk bottles in warm rooms aren’t best suited to salty manzanilla, says Liz Sagues.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Joseph Connolly and Esther Rantzen at Percy & Founders

Joseph has a near erotic experience with truffle fries and whipped chocolate at a new restaurant in the company of the Hampstead lass soon to be made a dame.

Sunday, June 21, 2015
sculpture

Sanya Ali talks to Maureen Nicholson, who has turned her Belsize garden into a sculpture gallery.

Saturday, June 20, 2015
Author Chris Riddell signs copies of his books at Muswell Hill Children's Bookshop. Picture: Polly Hancock

As part of Independent Bookshop Week, the writer will be signing books and previewing his newest work, says Kate Agnew.

Saturday, June 20, 2015
La Traviata - Flora McIntosh (Flora), Philip Lee (Alfredo), Prudence Sanders (Violetta). Picture: Christopher Tribble

Robin Norton-Hale is director, translator and co-founder of OperaUpClose which specialises in chamber productions of operas in intimate informal venues. Ahead of her latest, Verdi’s La Traviata, she talked to Bridget Galton.

Friday, June 19, 2015
An Audience With Jimmy Savile. Picture: Helen Maybanks

Jonathan Maitland’s play is a well intentioned effort to explain how Savile got away with it, but the story feels undeveloped, says Marinaka Swain.

Friday, June 19, 2015
Musician Jeff Shapiro

Jeff Shapiro is to turn the home where Curtis committed suicide into a base for Joy Division fans, finds Alex Bellotti.

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