I ride a bicycle. I also walk, take the bus, occasionally drive, ride a motorcycle, or use the Tube

The organiser of Belsize Christmas lights has issued a last-ditch appeal for funds to cover the final costs for this year’s decorations.


Up to 100 free superfast Wi-Fi terminals could be coming to Camden in a London first as BT looks to revolutionise its phone boxes.


Hampstead Theatre chiefs have paid tribute to a director of “huge skill” following his death at the age of 71.

The 2000-year-old relics originally from the West Bank are being marketed for $1million dollars in London as part of a unique exhibition


The number of council properties sold in Camden and Haringey in the last year has been revealed.

Yesterday, 18:04

Highgate residents are protesting against plans for a large home to be built between mansions of “great distinction”.

Yesterday, 17:46

An 89-year-old pensioner from Kentish Town who has severe dementia has been found.

Yesterday, 16:08

A group of angry Swiss Cottage residents have launched a campaign group to oppose plans by a private school to build new classrooms

Yesterday, 14:33

A lorry and a number 17 bus have crashed in Tufnell Park Road, the residential street being used as the main diversion during the A1 closure.

Yesterday, 14:26

A wheelchair-bound mum remains scared to leave the house, as the bus driver who ran her over at a zebra crossing was banned from driving for six months

Yesterday, 13:05

The funeral of a much-loved Hampstead Heath character who was killed in a road accident is being held tomorrow.

Yesterday, 11:04

Residents in Frognal and Fitzjohns are being warned to protect their post after fresh reports of mail theft and fraud.

Yesterday, 10:02

An appeal has been launched to find a missing 89-year-old man from Kentish Town believed to have severe dementia.



Once a central London backwater and closely guarded secret by those in the know, Marylebone and it’s fashionable high street has recently become popular with billionaires and celebrities such as Tom Ford and Damien Hirst.

Despite its resurgence in popularity in recent years, property in Marylebone remains relatively good value compared to other central London areas (and it’s all relative).

Yesterday, 18:12

Londoners will spend 220 years saving for a deposit if they want to buy a home in Camden, according to new figures.

Yesterday, 16:54

Building desirable retirement-friendly homes is laudable and necessary but they shouldn’t be confined to those who can afford luxury.

Yesterday, 12:57

A half term Halloween is the perfect time to get crafty with children. Here are six spooky projects for you to try at home.

Tue, 11:36

From a family home in Cricklewood to an Art Deco first time buy worthy of Agatha Christie in Highgate, here’s what’s tickled our fancy in north London property this week.

Mon, 12:00

Beautifully presented six-bedroom period property with south facing garden, off-street parking and a self-contained studio apartment.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Of all the bulbs, tulips are probably the most varied in size and colour, ranging from dainty dwarf specimens to frilly, feathery forms and stand-up-straight majestic types.

Friday, October 21, 2016

There’s a raft of developments hitting the market at the moment, which are perfectly designed to appeal to downsizers who are more hip than hip replacement (although many of these new builds, with their emphasis on lateral living, will cater for this eventuality too).

Friday, October 21, 2016

Living space comes at a premium, and if you’ve been hoarding all summer then autumn’s the perfect time to declutter and make space for the things that will not only complement your lifestyle, but create a sense of order.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Finding each other has helped one group of north London makers collaborate and launch new businesses from humble hobbies. Now Muswell Hill Creatives are going on tour. Catch them at a craft fair near you this autumn.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Built in storage, open plan living and a glass roofed atrium all feature in these three fantastic NW5 properties.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

New shops, bars and restaurants are opening in Kentish Town almost every day but, alarmed by recent price hikes, current residents won’t thank us for pointing that out.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

House prices in Camden fell 2.7 per cent in the last year compared with a rise of 12pc across London as a whole according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Opened four and half years ago, interiors shop Future and Found has become something of a pioneer in the Tufnell Park independent design, homewares and interiors gifts scene.



Ryan Sellers feels his return to Wingate & Finchley increases his long-term prospects of a Football League comeback – because he is enjoying the game again.


In the latest of a series of features casting the spotlight on local football fans, Hendon chairman Simon Lawrence reveals his favourite players, his most memorable matches, his funniest moment with the Greens and the biggest challenge facing the club.


The newly-formed Camden & Islington Girls League kicked off on Friday as six teams got the competition up and running at Market Road.



Ahead of his live broadcast from his local library in Primrose Hill, Liz Thompson talks to the writer about his latest memoirs, class, education, allotments, the ‘nastification of Britain,’ and trying not to turn into an ‘old git’

Yesterday, 17:00

Doctor Strange is the tale of a brilliant neurosurgeon who can no longer work after a serious car crash and ends up in Nepal learning magic and dimension spanning powers from someone called The Ancient One.

Yesterday, 13:16

Organic banana smoothies, apple and blueberry muffins and buckwheat pancakes – sounds delicious. But keep your paws off, this isn’t for you. This is what’s on the menu for your dog.

Mon, 13:30

Mark Strong and Elizabeth Debicki star in new thriller by Hampstead playwright David Hare that offers style over substance

Mon, 08:00

Guru Jimmy’s ‘honesty portaits’ that make political points about celebrity are created using food

Friday, October 21, 2016

Ken Loach’s new Cannes favourite tells the story of a man trapped in a system that refuses to serve him

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