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The quango in charge of English sport has objected to a controversial scheme to build housing on a historic bowling green.

Teenagers were attacked on Parliament Hill (Pic credit: PA)

Young teenagers at a birthday gathering on Hampstead Heath were stabbed and bottled by a gang of older youths who robbed them of mobile phones and cash.

Hugo Duggan, pictured in 2010 during the family's Justice For Jeremiah campaign. Picture: Nigel Sutton

The father of a Golders Green student who died in Germany in 2003 after becoming involved with a far-right cult has finally opened a birthday card sent from his son just before his death.

Brookfield Park Surgery will move to Highgate

Two doctors have applied to turn their GP surgery into flats ahead of the practice’s move to Highgate.

Ash Court Care Centre in Kentish Town. Picture: Polly Hancock

A Filipino care home nurse who attacked four elderly dementia patients for soiling themselves has been jailed for 16 weeks.

Far-right activists have planned a demonstration in Golders Green for July 4

Mike Free MP has added to calls for the home secretary and Met Police to ban a proposed rally by far-right groups in Golders Green, after Jewish community groups branded it “anti-Semitic” and “provocative”.

Chris Underhill, Allan Rapley, Seyho Kurt, Jane Wiles,Thomas Hentges and Tala Gulamhusein are among several high street traders campaigning to get the camera removed. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Exasperated shopkeepers have branded a council traffic spy camera a waste of taxpayers’ money after it was revealed that it hasn’t been switched on in the seven months since it was installed.

Organisers were hoping to bring a slip & slide to Hampstead Heath. Picture: Facebook/University Socials

Plans to bring an enormous water slide to Hampstead Heath this summer have received so much support from the public, organisers say they’ve had to abandon the idea.

A coroner today ruled Golders Green student Jeremiah Duggan did not commit suicide in Germany in 2003 after his family's decade-long campaign for justice

A Golders Green student who died in Germany in 2003 after attending a youth conference organised by a far-right wing “cult” did not commit suicide, a coroner ruled today, after his family’s decade-long campaign for justice.

Crime & Court

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Young teenagers at a birthday gathering on Hampstead Heath were stabbed and bottled by a gang of older youths who robbed them of mobile phones and cash.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Hugo Duggan, pictured in 2010 during the family's Justice For Jeremiah campaign. Picture: Nigel Sutton

The father of a Golders Green student who died in Germany in 2003 after becoming involved with a far-right cult has finally opened a birthday card sent from his son just before his death.

Friday, May 22, 2015
Ash Court Care Centre in Kentish Town. Picture: Polly Hancock

A Filipino care home nurse who attacked four elderly dementia patients for soiling themselves has been jailed for 16 weeks.

Health

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The Royal Free hospital (RFH) is to open its doors to the public and showcase hundreds of its “groundbreaking” clinical trials in an open day tomorrow.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
People in Camden, Haringey, Barnet and Westminster are living longer posing a tough challenge for policy makers to meet the needs of an ageing population

As new figures reveal the true scale of our ageing population, EMMA YOULE examines the data, and finds out what it means for the future of our boroughs

Monday, May 11, 2015
The former C&I nurse's actions led to an inmate slashing his wrists with razor blades. Picture: Nigel Sutton

A prison nurse who gave razor blades to a suicidal inmate has escaped being banned from the medical profession even though her patient then slashed his wrists.

Environment

Yesterday, 12:00

The quango in charge of English sport has objected to a controversial scheme to build housing on a historic bowling green.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
What the proposed hotel would look like

He wrote the book The Architecture of Happiness, but celebrity philosopher Alain de Botton has made Hampstead residents and a school community unhappy after getting the go-ahead to build a modern three-storey guesthouse in the centre of the village.

Saturday, May 16, 2015
Committee members of the Mansfield Neighbourhood Group. From left, Patrick Lefevre, Juliet Singer, Amy Silverstone, Bernard Alexander, Maria Chiara-Corazza, Justin Shale, front row, Paul Barker, chairman Keith Northrop and Tamsin Ogilvie. Picture: Polly Hancock

The community turned up in droves for a public meeting to discuss much-maligned plans to redevelop a historic bowling club.

Politics

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Highgate councillor Sian Berry has thrown her hat into the ring for the race to be the Green Party’s candidate for the Mayor of London in 2016.

Friday, May 15, 2015
Haringey Civic Centre in Wood Green. Picture: Lewis Whyld/PA Archive

Concerns have been raised after Haringey Council revealed plans to scrap public meetings across the borough.

Friday, May 15, 2015
Cllr Meric Apak

Camden Council’s cabinet has welcomed one new face for the year ahead following a vote at its annual general meeting.

Education

Monday, May 18, 2015

A headteacher who is stepping down to work in youth mental health has said that every school should employ a counsellor to mitigate the unprecedented levels of pressure on young people today.

Sunday, May 17, 2015
Headteacher Adam Pettitt, with heads of school Lily Bracken and Jacob Green

A historic school has celebrated its 450th anniversary in opulent style with a religious service at St Paul’s Cathedral.

Sunday, May 17, 2015
City education project officer Susannah Glover

Children are taking sides in one of the most divisive debates to hit Hampstead in a generation: the controversial Heath ponds project.

Heritage

Saturday, May 2, 2015

The roar and growls of supercar engines will soon get pulses racing as St John’s Wood gears up for its annual supercar pageant – this year in association with the Ham&High and its sister title the Wood&Vale.

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Staff, volunteers and board members are asking for your help to raise £125,000 to restore the galleries. Picture: Nigel Sutton

An ambitious online crowdfunding drive to ensure historic Lauderdale House is saved for future generations has been hailed a success following the end of the campaign.

Friday, April 24, 2015
Lauderdale House director Katherine Ives with donors who have put money into Lauderdale Transformed, from left Hanka Bednarova, Liz Morris, Katherine Ives, Christoph Schedl, Geoffrey Walker and Catherine Budgett Meakin. Picture: Polly Hancock

Time is running out for a historic house as it enters the final week of its innovative online crowdfunding campaign to secure its future for generations to come.

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