Yesterday, 08:03

A colourful man-about-town has reformed his fringe political party on the back of the Brexit result - which he said is “a step in the right direction” towards abolishing the existing system

Fri, 16:26

Controversial plans to build a 10-storey “big ugly block” of luxury flats in Hampstead were last night waved through by Camden Council.

Fri, 07:00

A row has broken out over plans to dig out a basement car park and swimmming pool next to Hampstead Heath.

Thu, 17:15

A heritage campaigner has told of his devastation after he watched raiders ransack a disused pub that he fought to preserve.

Thu, 15:45

A historic red phone box in Highgate Village could soon be a tiny office space, complete with printing, scanning, copying and wifi

Thu, 11:00

Camden parents were forced to pay a total of £20,000 in school fines in the last year, new figures have revealed.

Thu, 07:08

This year’s Hampstead Christmas Festival has been called off, the Ham&High can reveal.

Wed, 19:00

The vicar believes the flags were taken down on both occasions as part of a targeted ‘homophobic attack’ on his church’s open and inclusive values

Wed, 17:39

Women have been warned to be vigilant when using the Black Path in West Hampstead after a lone female was sexually attacked in broad daylight on Saturday afternoon.

Wed, 17:14

An angry churchgoer has written to the Bishop of London suggesting that a Hampstead vicar downsizes his home to raise funds for a dilapidated church.

Wed, 14:44

Officers have thanked the public as they were concerned about the man who disappeared while receiving treatment at the Hampstead hospital

Wed, 08:00

Anger spilled over last night as Camden leaseholders confronted councillors about the “arbitrary” and “unfair” charges they say they are being clobbered with – as one councillor admitted it was “embarrassing” for him to hear their complaints.

Tue, 19:27

A Kentish Town teenager has been jailed for two years after stealing a car with two children inside.

Tue, 17:03

Fireworks and paper lanterns will once again be banned from Primrose Hill in the run-up to Bonfire Night, with the park set to close at 9pm on the evening itself.

Tue, 16:05

Camden police are appealing for information about a 21-year-old woman who had been “unusually withdrawn” before she went missing in the early hours of this morning.


Yesterday, 15:26

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.

Fri, 18:23

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).

Fri, 14:11

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.

Thu, 17:05

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.

Thu, 12:20

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

Thu, 11:42

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.

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).

Wed, 09:11

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.

Tue, 10:52

Last week he was playing football at Highgate School, this week it emerges that Justin Bieber hadn’t had to travel far from home to do so.

Tue, 10:44

In this week’s edit there are some stunning Primrose Hill interiors and a gem of a renovation project in West Hampstead.

Mon, 17:17

Want to try before you buy? Virtual reality headsets and an interactive model help visitors look around an apartment that hasn’t been built yet.

Mon, 16:52

Queen’s Park, an urban village in north west London, is one of the capital’s better kept secrets. Looking at its amenities and ambience, it’s no surprise local residents like to keep the place to themselves.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Dropping temperatures and dark nights mean summer days are gone, but rather than lamenting their passing, focus instead on creating wicked winter rooms.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Are your borders looking overgrown and overcrowded? If some of your stalwart shrubs and perennials have outgrown their space or simply aren’t thriving in their current position, it may be time to move them.

Friday, October 14, 2016

In our new column Prudence reminisces about the raucous warehouse share of her twenties, and India ponders the short lives of basil plants


Yesterday, 14:34

Spurs played out their second goalless draw in the space of five days after a 0-0 tie against Bournemouth on the south coast. Here are five talking points.

Fri, 16:00

Spencer McCall is immediately targeting a new objective – avenging Hendon’s opening day defeat to Worthing – after their FA Cup dreams evaporated at Boreham Wood.

Fri, 07:00

Hampstead & Westminster captain Toby Roche has set his side the target of joining club hockey’s European elite after emerging as the league’s surprise package this season.


Fri, 15:00

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

Fri, 08:00

Anoushka Beazley found her vocation in writing a debut novel about a mother who steals to pay school fees

Thu, 16:06

Netley primary pupils will perform a play based on adults’ replies to their questions about growing up

Thu, 08:00

Bridget Galton hears how entrepreneur Laurie Marsh made millions then gave it away

Wed, 17:00

Ella Hickson’s long-gestating play tackles the question of dwindling oil resources in a sprawling, magic-realist epic, stretching from 19th century Cornwall to a dystopian future

Wed, 15:00

Lupita Nyong’o, David Oyelowo and newcomer Madina Nalwanga star in this true tale of a young girl with a talent for chess

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