The new police chief for Islington and Camden has already launched a taskforce to tackle violence – and said significant reductions are being made in moped crime.
Punters at the Alliance pub in West Hampstead fear that a new planning request could damage the building’s exterior – or even lead to its closure in the future.
Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.
Hampstead conservationists fear a half-acre portion of the Heath could get built on if it falls into the wrong hands at a controversial auction on Monday.
Barnet Council’s budget gap could rise to an estimated £62million by March 2024 if action is not taken, the town hall heard on Monday.
Two teenage moped riders from Maida Vale have been jailed for life after murdering charity youth worker Abdul Samad during a violent robbery spree.
This year’s Hampstead Summer Festival will again feature the “Picture the Heath” painting competition.
A paramedic from West Hampstead received a special award after heroically saving 30 people from a fire.
An exhibition celebrating Camden’s connections to the women’s suffrage movement opened last night at Holborn Local Studies and Archive Centre in Theobalds Road.
Potentially life-saving breast cancer screening check-ups for women in Camden have been delayed due to a shortage of specialist mammographers to carry out the service.
The Friends of Kenwood House in Hampstead fear English Heritage cost-cutting could diminish the property’s famous collection of artwork.
Haringey Clincal Commissioning Group (CCG) has admitted an admin error left it at risk of legal action from a prominent human rights body.
Council tenants in Camden’s Harben Road estate claim they’ve been without heating or hot water more than 30 times this year.
In his letter last week, Andrew Dismore asked me to produce any document that states the mayor “issued a diktat to cut the police in the bald terms [I] asserted”.
True, there are some new faces at the Ham&High this month – but the name Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is one you will continue to see in the pages of this paper until she is freed.
Londoners seeking high quality houses for sale within easy commuting distance of the capital are being advised to look north to St Albans’ prestigious Gabriel Square development.
Good fences make good neighbours goes the saying, but fellow residents can have an impact on the enjoyment of your home. North London estate agent Simon Gerrard shares his tips for finding the perfect location.
Matt Keightley, the designer behind the Feel Good Garden at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, reveals how to make your own outdoor space more soothing. By Hannah Stephenson
Want to save your plants and save water? Go easy with the sprinkler and embrace these expert suggestions instead, says Hannah Stephenson
Two new show apartments have opened at a luxury development in Highgate.
A cottage in Highgate Village where the renowned poet A.E Housman once lived is now available to buy.
Trevor Abrahmsohn, MD at north London agents Glentree, writes about his encounters with divorcing couples selling the marital home
On the market for the first time in many years is this attractive, substantial detached double fronted family house located in a prime location.
The Tottenham Hotspur stars didn’t have it all their own way on Saturday, but managed to claim vital three points
Nigeria’s kit seems the standout design for Russia 2018, but how does it rank against other kits?
Arsenal’s U21 side are set to take part in the 2018-19 Checkatrade Trophy the club have announced.
The Wiener Library explores Nazi Germany’s suppression of ‘degenerate’ artists and stories of displaced Jews arriving before the war.
Face your fear and do it anyway on this treetop adventure course
A topical revival of unsung expressionist play inspired by the real life case of Ruth Snyder who killed her abusive husband
David Winskill struggles with a contemporary update of Moliere’s comedy in both English and 17th Century French
A tender and intimate revival of Brian Friel’s epic tale of love and language in rural 1830s Ireland
Ivo Marloh’s film didn’t live up to expectations.
Wembley Sailing Club is hosting a Push the Boat Out event on Sunday May 20, where those interested in taking up the sport are invited to experience the club in action.
Preparing your child in advance for school will go a long way towards ensuring the very best start for your child.
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