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March 10 2014 Latest news:
Two Camden students are urging young women to say “no” to sunbeds after they discovered nearly half of their university friends use them to achieve the perfect tan.
Doctors and nurses working at the Whittington Hospital are suffering “dips in morale” and “unsustainable” workloads, according to the new chairman of the hospital.
A film screening with live music at JW3, a book reading by screenwriter William Thacker at Kentish Town Library, and a day for all the family at Keats House are just some of the things in our top five this week.
A young entrepreneur has launched a new business venture helping women drivers understand how their cars work – to stop them “having to turn to men for advice”.
An actress is set to launch the very first “Wikileaks-style” website and app focused on fighting the rise of animal abuse in the UK.
Wingate & Finchley blogger Simon Swingler reflects on the Blues’ recent results, including Saturday’s valuable 1-0 victory at East Thurrock United.
The Roundhouse’s annual Circusfest is the UK’s foremost festival of contemporary circus, staged in the uniquely appropriate circular auditorium of the former engine shed.
Education secretary Michael Gove has outraged pupils at a Hampstead public school after suggesting it is inferior to its Highgate rival – by comparing the two schools to football clubs Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Activists are calling for volunteers to help them restore Highgate’s iconic red telephone boxes to their former glory.
The partner of a highly respected science journalist has remembered him as a visionary and true romantic following his death last week.
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The Commitments musical have teamed up with London24 and the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, to offer five pairs of tickets to see The Commitments Musical on St Patrick’s Day.