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Masjid Al-risaalah mosque and Islington Islamic Centre. (Picture: Google Maps).

A Kentish Town man has been charged with attempted murder after a stabbing outside a mosque last week.

Architect Chris Roche has sketched original designs for a housing development in the car park to the rear of Muswell Hill libary

A renowned architect has unveiled original new designs to keep Muswell Hill Library in its current building, home to a library since 1931.

The inquest into the death of Dmitrijs Makejevs heard that he had tried to stop using drugs but fellt a sense of

The drug-related death of a young, homeless man was at first thought to be suspicious – but an inquest heard that marks on his face were probably caused by rats.

Ikram Farah

Police are appealing for the public’s help to find two sixteen-year-old girls who have gone missing from Camden.

Mary Langan with her 23-year-old son, James

Carers of adults with demential and disabilities are demanding change after a report revealed there is a “breakdown of trust” on the Haringey boards designed to represent them.

Nina Martynchyk with her foster mother, Nina B

A young woman who overcame anorexia is organising a conference with the Royal Free Hospital to draw attention to how the condition affects children and teenagers

Highgate School

Students and staff at Highgate school were reflecting on a very impressive set of GCSE results today, with 88.2 percent of exams receiving a grade of A* or A.

Hampstead School is in Westbere Road (Pic credit: Google streetview)

The Hampstead School has once again seen its GCSE results improve today, with nearly a quarter of all grades receiving an A* or A grade.

Hornsey School for Girls

Girls at Hornsey School for Girls were today collecting some stellar GCSE results.

Sam White has praised William Ellis pupils

The headteacher of William Ellis school, Sam White, was full of praise for his students today after a promising set of GCSE results.

UCS school

University College School was today celebrating the second best set of GCSE results in its history, with a remarkable 88.6 percent of exams achieving either an A* or A grade.

GCSE results are out tomorrow

Teenagers across the country face one of the most nerve-racking days of their young lives today with the publication of GCSE results.

Mansfield Bowling club is run-down but beloved by residents in Dartmouth Park. Photo: Polly Hancock

Residents are urged to opposed an appeal from developers to build a “luxury” housing developent on the 100-year-old Mansfield Bowling Club, after their plans were rejected

Hungry: Liam Gallagher (Picture: Adam Butler/PA)

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has revealed he once pelted former Hampstead neighbour Jamie Oliver’s windows with stones and demanded a bacon roll.

Kemi Adeyoola

A “cold-blooded killer” who murdered an elderly Golders Green woman should not be freed anytime soon, a top judge has ruled.

Crime & Court

16:39
Masjid Al-risaalah mosque and Islington Islamic Centre. (Picture: Google Maps).

A Kentish Town man has been charged with attempted murder after a stabbing outside a mosque last week.

Friday, August 26, 2016
Ikram Farah

Police are appealing for the public’s help to find two sixteen-year-old girls who have gone missing from Camden.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Kemi Adeyoola

A “cold-blooded killer” who murdered an elderly Golders Green woman should not be freed anytime soon, a top judge has ruled.

Health

Friday, August 26, 2016
Mary Langan with her 23-year-old son, James

Carers of adults with demential and disabilities are demanding change after a report revealed there is a “breakdown of trust” on the Haringey boards designed to represent them.

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Nina Martynchyk with her foster mother, Nina B

A young woman who overcame anorexia is organising a conference with the Royal Free Hospital to draw attention to how the condition affects children and teenagers

Friday, August 19, 2016
Mr Smith has gone missing from the Whittington Hospital

Police are appealing for help searching for an elderly man who is missing from the Whittington Hospital.

Environment

Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Mansfield Bowling club is run-down but beloved by residents in Dartmouth Park. Photo: Polly Hancock

Residents are urged to opposed an appeal from developers to build a “luxury” housing developent on the 100-year-old Mansfield Bowling Club, after their plans were rejected

Tuesday, August 23, 2016
The dog was photographed attacking a swan    picture: Ron Vester

Photographer Ron Vester captures the dramatic moment when a female swan fights off a dog on Hampstead No 2 pond and amazingly escapes with no physical injuries

Thursday, August 11, 2016
The green fields of the Highgate Bowl could be built upon

Campaigners are taking legal advice to defend the open green space of the Highgate Bowl for future generations and stop it from becoming open to luxury housing applications

Politics

Monday, August 22, 2016
Homes for Haringey has come under fire after the letting agency it set up and funded rented out just two homes in ten months

Haringey Council has come under fire after it was revealed a letting agency it set up and funded at a cost of over £400,000 has rented out just two homes in the last ten months.

Monday, August 22, 2016
Almost half of Camden households are set to receive fortnightly waste collections from next April

Camden Council is set to press ahead with introducing fortnightly waste collections for around half the borough after a rebellion against a new £200 million contract with existing provider Veolia was derailed.

Monday, August 22, 2016
The O2 Centre carpark has been named as a potential lorry holding area by HS2 Ltd

Hampstead residents face the prospect of hundreds of HGVs thundering down Finchley Road twice a day for years to come after the O2 centre car park was named by HS2 as a potential lorry holding area for the construction of the railway.

Education

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Portland Place students Emanuelle Chalupa, Amiee Douglas and Harry England celebrate their results

Portland Place school students returned to school this morning to collect their GCSE results, with most being more than satisfied with what they found.

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Students pose for photos at Greig City Academy

Greig City Academy today praised its students for some impressive grades in their GCSE results - including a year 6 student who got an A* in maths!

Thursday, August 25, 2016
Quintin Kynaston GCSE students gather at the entrance to the school

Students and staf at Quintin Kynaston school had reason to be happy today as they once again improved on the previous years’ GCSE performance.

Heritage

Architect Chris Roche has sketched original designs for a housing development in the car park to the rear of Muswell Hill libary

A renowned architect has unveiled original new designs to keep Muswell Hill Library in its current building, home to a library since 1931.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Mary Wells stands on the stage at Alexandra Palace theatre. Her grandmother, Nancy McMillan, appeared there in the 1920s. Photo: Polly Hancock

The granddaughter has revealed precious mementos as Alexandra Palace plans to restore its theatre, closed to the public for 80 years

Thursday, July 28, 2016
Activists Dr Wolfgang Kieran and Chris Roche hand petition to Catherine West MP, who supports their campaign. Photo: Nigel Sutton

Activists say the library must stay in its Grade II-listed building – but Haringey Council’s choice is to move the service to the site of the former Green Man pub on Muswell Hill

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