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Yesterday, 17:41
Tributes have been paid to actor Burt Kwouk

Tributes have been paid to renowned Hampstead actor Burt Kwouk, famous for his role in the Pink Panther films.

Tom Franklin, former chair of the Camden Green Party, pictured with Sian Berry and other supporters outside court

Eight protesters cleared of any wrongdoing for their part in an arms fair protest will not face a retrial after a judge refused an appeal lodged by the Crown.

The Ratclliffe family when Gabriella was one week old

The husband of a West Hampstead mum who has been held for 50 days in Iran without charge has hit out at the government for not doing enough to secure her release.

Heather Brett, with her mother, Nora

A daughter is urging hospitals to prioritise dementia care after her 90-year-old mother had a “traumatic” experience at the Whittington.

Left to Right: Artist Dom Pattinson, Zebra One gallery owner Gabrielle du Plooy, actor  Phil Daniels and Blur's Dave Rowntree with artwork for auction at the Star Boot Sale

A fan has bid £6,500 on an outfit worn by former Spice girl Melanie Chisholm, which was among celebrity cast-offs being sold off at the Star Boot Sale on Sunday.

Barnet and Camden's re-elected Assembly Member Andrew Dismore said the inquiry currently being undertaken by Barnet Councill into the polling day blunder is looking

Barnet and Camden Assembly Member Andrew Dismore has claimed the inquiry into the mayoral polling day debacle in Barnet is looking “increasingly like a whitewash”.

Mayor of Haringey Councillor Ali Ozbek. Photo: Polly Hancock

Haringey appointed its first mayor of Kurdish Alevi descent at a ceremony boosted with overseas family and the Turkish press on Monday.

Pets are leaping forward for initial photoshoots. Picture: Daniel Emani

An aspiring philanthropist is launching a Crouch End pets calendar to fundraise for animals abandoned in countries like Greece, Spain and Portugal hit by the eurozone crisis.

Police have released this CCTV image of a car they wish to trace

Detectives have today announced a £5,000 reward to help track down arsonists who destroyed a Muswell Hill community centre.

Oliver McHugh, of Oliver's Town estate agents. Picture: Rena Pearl

An estate agent vandalised a car outside court after he was forced to hand over £3,000 to a recruitment manager in fees and fines.

Highgate residents hold a street party to say goodbye to the Patel family who have run Northwood news community shop for more than 30 years.

Huge crowds gathered in Highgate for a “bittersweet” goodbye to a well-loved community shop after 30 years of business.

Headteacher Mel Servent, comedian Tim Vine and CEO Jo Honigmann at the Globe. Photo: John Macdonald-Fulton

200 guests attended the Wizard of Oz-themed dinner, hosted by comedian Tim Vine.

Joshua Bonehill-Paine was jailed in December

A right-wing extremist jailed for posting inflammatory anti-Jewish views in the build-up to a Golders Green rally deserved his tough sentence, top judges have ruled.

Maria Mbombo was stabbed to death this morning.

A mother-of-three found stabbed to death in her flat in Belsize Park has been named locally as Maria Mbombo.

Richard Ratcliffe with the petition box, flanked by  his parents John and Barbara Ratcliffe deliver the petition to Downing Street with his MP Tulip Siddiq and representatives from change.org

Prime Minister David Cameron was today handed a 500,000-strong petition urging him to secure the return of a West Hampstead mother and her baby daughter detained in Iran.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 17:15
Tom Franklin, former chair of the Camden Green Party, pictured with Sian Berry and other supporters outside court

Eight protesters cleared of any wrongdoing for their part in an arms fair protest will not face a retrial after a judge refused an appeal lodged by the Crown.

Friday, May 20, 2016
Police have released this CCTV image of a car they wish to trace

Detectives have today announced a £5,000 reward to help track down arsonists who destroyed a Muswell Hill community centre.

Friday, May 20, 2016
Oliver McHugh, of Oliver's Town estate agents. Picture: Rena Pearl

An estate agent vandalised a car outside court after he was forced to hand over £3,000 to a recruitment manager in fees and fines.

Health

Yesterday, 14:04
Heather Brett, with her mother, Nora

A daughter is urging hospitals to prioritise dementia care after her 90-year-old mother had a “traumatic” experience at the Whittington.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Charles is a patient at te Royal Free CAMHS

A documentary about The Royal Free Hospital’s eating disorder clinic and school has been made to highlight adolescent mental health problems.

Monday, May 16, 2016
Anna Freud's planned Centre of Excellence

A new centre to support children with mental health issues has been given a £2.5m boost.

Environment

Friday, May 20, 2016
Highgate residents hold a street party to say goodbye to the Patel family who have run Northwood news community shop for more than 30 years.

Huge crowds gathered in Highgate for a “bittersweet” goodbye to a well-loved community shop after 30 years of business.

Monday, May 16, 2016
The Sir Richard Steele pub is an Asset of Community Value

Residents campaigning to save the Sir Richard Steele pub in Belsize Park and stop its upper floors from being turned into flats have won the latest round of their long battle.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Actress Janet Suzman with campaigners at the site in Haverstock Hill

Campaigners were today celebrating the news that Sainsbury’s has withdrawn plans to open a store in Belsize Park following a community backlash.

Politics

Mon, 14:44
Barnet and Camden's re-elected Assembly Member Andrew Dismore said the inquiry currently being undertaken by Barnet Councill into the polling day blunder is looking

Barnet and Camden Assembly Member Andrew Dismore has claimed the inquiry into the mayoral polling day debacle in Barnet is looking “increasingly like a whitewash”.

Friday, May 13, 2016
Winner: Andrew Dismore is named as the AM for Barnet and Camden.

In an unprecedented move, the London Assembly has backed a suggestion that Camden Council should run the EU referendum in Barnet following last week’s polling day fiasco.

Thursday, May 12, 2016
New Camden Mayor Cllr Nadia Shah with new deputy Mayor Cllr Richard Cotton

It’s not only London that has a new Mayor - there is a new Mayor of Camden following an official ceremony last night.

Education

Thursday, May 12, 2016
Tottenham Hotspur's Ryan Mason, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen. Photo:  Adam Davy

A Highgate private school and Spurs have partnered to kick-start a new state-funded sixth form academy in Tottenham.

Monday, May 9, 2016
Actor and UNICEF chief Tom Hiddleston met with international development secretary Justine Greening and pupils at Hampstead School

Actor Tom Hiddleston joined forces with government minister Justine Greening at Hampstead School to raise awareness of the plight of children caught up in humanitarian crises.

Friday, May 6, 2016
Lessons at Hornsey School for Girls are continuing as normal. Photo: Polly Hancock

Hornsey School for Girls teachers went on strike last week following allegations of ‘bullying’ from management, but Haringey National Union of Teachers (NUT) have suspended two further strikes.

Heritage

Monday, May 16, 2016
The Sir Richard Steele pub is an Asset of Community Value

Residents campaigning to save the Sir Richard Steele pub in Belsize Park and stop its upper floors from being turned into flats have won the latest round of their long battle.

Monday, May 16, 2016
Conscientious objector Isaac Goss. Photo courtesy of Philippa Goss

More than 100 roads were singled out by a Hornsey historical society to mark International Conscientious Objectors day on the weekend

Monday, April 18, 2016
The former workshop being demolished at Lauderdale House

Huge changes are afoot at Highgate’s historic Lauderdale House – but there is a still much more to do.

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