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BBC political editor Nick Robinson has thanked staff at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead after successfully having a tumour removed from his lung.

Headteacher Vicky Briody. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Reception and Year 1 pupils will have to travel across the borough to a temporary home in the Jubilee Waterside Centre.

Basement developments have caused huge problems for neighbours. Picture: Polly Hancock.

Plans to build a double-storey basement extension at a Swiss Cottage home have been approved just days after Camden Council announced proposals to ban multi-storey basement excavations across the borough.

Nick Mann died after an accident at a London Underground station

A bar in Camden has paid tribute to a man well-known in the borough’s music scene who died while trying to save his brother from an oncoming train.

A dog similar to the one siezed

A police officer was treated in hospital after being attacked and mauled in the groin by a vicious pitbull type dog in Camden during a drugs raid.

Collision: A BMW crashed into a Mini in Belsize Lane

A driver lost control of his BMW this morning and crashed into three cars in Belsize Village.

Viaduct Bridge on Hampstead Heath

The body of a man found hanged at the viaduct bridge on Hampstead Heath was today being formally identified.

A man reportedly threatening to jump from Archway Bridge was talked down by police last night. Picture: Polly Hancock

A man who had climbed onto Archway Bridge and was threatening to jump was talked down by police last night.

Tulip Siddiq, Labour parliamentary candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn. Picture: Nigel Sutton.

With six weeks left until polling day, the Ham&High series is preparing for one of the tightest general elections in decades – and we want you to get involved.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 14:58

A police officer was treated in hospital after being attacked and mauled in the groin by a vicious pitbull type dog in Camden during a drugs raid.

Yesterday, 11:20
Viaduct Bridge on Hampstead Heath

The body of a man found hanged at the viaduct bridge on Hampstead Heath was today being formally identified.

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Mother Ella Draper collaborated in the torture of her own children (still taken from a video of Ms Draper repeating the allegations)

Devastating and false allegations that a Satanic paedophile ring has been operating out of a school and church in Hampstead have plunged innocent families into a “nightmare” as they continue to be targeted by “foolish and evil” vigilantes.

Health

Yesterday, 10:45

A man who had climbed onto Archway Bridge and was threatening to jump was talked down by police last night.

Friday, March 27, 2015
Corporal Anna Cross, 25, during a press conference at the Royal Free Hospital where she has been discharged, after being successfully treated for Ebola. Picture: PA/Philip Toscano

A military healthcare worker who was admitted to the Royal Free after testing positive for the deadly Ebola virus has been discharged today.

Friday, March 20, 2015
Amelia Tearle was paralysed by facial palsy that struck without warning two years ago. She is now helping to raise awareness of the condition. Picture: Nigel Sutton

A Camden woman whose face was left paralysed on one side by a rare palsy has spoken about her experience to help raise awareness of the condition.

Environment

Saturday, March 28, 2015

A mock-up section of controversial “prison-like” anti-suicide measures proposed for historic Archway Bridge has shown for the first time how they will look in real life.

Monday, March 23, 2015
Schoolchildren march up Rosslyn Hill

Hundreds of families marched through the streets of Hampstead blowing whistles, strumming guitars and chanting in protest at the controversial New End development.

Friday, March 20, 2015
Campaigners including Jessica Learmond Criqui, comedian Alan Davies, local residents and staff and students from Heathside Prep and Christchurch School deliver a letter to Eric Pickles office on 13.03.15. Pictured front Astrid Cohen (8) from Heathside

A feisty seven-year-old schoolboy summed up the feelings of more than 1,000 protesters when he marched over to a representative for government minister Eric Pickles and urged him to halt the controversial New End development in Hampstead.

Politics

Yesterday, 17:37

Plans to build a double-storey basement extension at a Swiss Cottage home have been approved just days after Camden Council announced proposals to ban multi-storey basement excavations across the borough.

Yesterday, 08:00
Tulip Siddiq, Labour parliamentary candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn. Picture: Nigel Sutton.

With six weeks left until polling day, the Ham&High series is preparing for one of the tightest general elections in decades – and we want you to get involved.

Friday, March 27, 2015
Sir Keir Starmer on the campaign trail in Lissenden Gardens, Gospel Oak. Picture: Polly Hancock.

Whenever Sir Keir Starmer is profiled by the national press much is made of the first name he shares with Labour pioneer Keir Hardie.

Education

Yesterday, 17:43

Reception and Year 1 pupils will have to travel across the borough to a temporary home in the Jubilee Waterside Centre.

Saturday, March 28, 2015
Susie Gregson, chairman of the society, and Jacqueline Morris, 87, who left the school in 1945, (front centre) with a group of girls  who left in 2010. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Former pupils who attended a top Suburb school between five and 80 years ago returned to mark the 90th anniversary of its alumnae society.

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Extracting DNA at the Vet College

The Royal Veterinary College threw open its doors last Thursday to allow the public prime access to the famous institution.

Heritage

Monday, March 23, 2015

Historians Marianne Colloms and Dick Weindling write about the holy man who lived in West Hampstead and surrounding himself with a cult of adoring women:

Friday, March 20, 2015
The ghost of Nell Gwynn saved Lauderdale House warden Peter Gallagher from a terrifying evil spirit on the rampage. Picture: Dieter Perry

The warden of Lauderdale House has told of a terrifying night 17 years ago when a rampaging ghost burst into his bedroom at the mansion.

Monday, March 16, 2015
Perico Rodriguez at Freedom from Torture (in the healing garden at the centre). Picture: Polly Hancock

Six days after a military coup saw the overthrow of the 1976 Argentinian government, police under the new dictatorship arrived at the home of Perico Rodriguez.

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