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A doctor who took on a gruelling charity cycle in memory of a tragic Hampstead schoolboy has raised £20,000 – despite being forced to abandon the ride.
A female PCSO has gone on trial for allegedly sexually assaulting a young male colleague by spanking his bottom.
While they may boast two of the country’s richest streets, North London postcodes are lagging behind on Zoopla’s Rich List of the highest value areas.
A Jewish film festival due to be held at the Tricycle Theatre will be re-located to venues across north London after festival organisers fell out with the theatre over the conflict in Gaza.
Much-maligned plans to enlarge the Ham&High’s former office in a picturesque Hampstead alleyway have been thrown out for the second time in less than 12 months.
Tottenham correspondent Ben Pearce reflects on Spurs’ summer transfer business after the window closed last night.
Commonwealth Games table tennis medallist Tin-Tin Ho has the chance to shine again on the international stage at the European Team Championships.
As royal tragedies go, the story of Queen Anne is one of the greatest never told. The daughter of the deposed and exiled James II, she eventually succeeded her cousin William III to rule for 12 years at the start of the 18th century.
Camden’s biggest sixth-form is facing a backlash over moves to bring in stricter A-level entry requirements after concerned families described the plans as “madness”.
Oggy Boytchev, 59, has enjoyed a long career as a producer working with BBC war correspondent John Simpson. He is now a freelance journalist and TV producer.
A trailblazing human rights campaigner who has died aged 89 has been remembered as a “beacon of hope for humanity” by family, celebrity figures, charities and Jewish organisations.
Jersey Boys, the worldwide smash-hit musical, tells the remarkable rise to stardom of one of the most successful bands in pop music history.