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March 8 2014 Latest news:
It has suffered countless setbacks and was almost scuppered by an embarrassing wrangle over £30 – but Hampstead’s new police contact point is finally up and running.
A woman who suffered years of sexual abuse as a child feared she could be confronted in the street by her abuser after he launched a bid to be released from jail.
Charges have been dropped against three football fans who were facing prosecution for using the word “Yid”.
An armed robbery on a supermarket proves that Hampstead is already “paying the price” for the closure of its police station, it was claimed this week.
Camden education chiefs have sought to reassure parents after a Catholic friar, who taught at one of the borough’s schools, admitted downloading thousands of sickening child abuse images.
A Chinese dissident jailed for murdering a reclusive author in Hampstead has lost his bid to appeal the conviction in the European Court of Human Rights.
A Kentish Town woman who helped two of the killers of a Westminster teenager evade arrest has been jailed for nine months.
Staff have been left traumatised after the Tesco store in Heath Street was the victim of a suspected armed robbery this morning.
A prolific armed robber who held up banks while on day release from prison has been handed three life sentences.
Phone lines across Hampstead and Highgate have been hit by days of outage after a suspected major theft of copper phone cables hit BT’s lines.
Twenty years ago this woman was slapped so violently on the head by her husband that she suffered a brain haemorrhage, causing injuries that will end her life prematurely.
A suspected high-level member of one of Britain’s most notorious organised crime families was arrested in Highgate in a dawn raid today.
A judge has demanded tougher sentences for people who keep fighting dogs after hearing how a pit bull terrier maimed a four-year-old girl inflicting “the worst injuries he had ever seen”.
Two pet dogs are set to be destroyed after mauling a four-year-old girl in an horrific attack.
Police have warned the public to be vigilant when trying to sell cars privately after a Mercedes was stolen.
An 89-year-old renowned market researcher – described by her goddaughter as “incredibly healthy” – died after receiving treatment for back pain at a private hospital, an inquest has heard.
Education secretary Michael Gove has outraged pupils at a Hampstead public school after suggesting it is inferior to its Highgate rival – by comparing the two schools to football clubs Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Activists are calling for volunteers to help them restore Highgate’s iconic red telephone boxes to their former glory.
The Rev Derek Spottiswoode, long-time resident of Hampstead and former curate of St John-at-Hampstead Parish Church, passed away at the Royal Free Hospital on February 2. He was 88.
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