October 25 2014 Latest news:
A detective has been commended for bringing to justice a hospital worker and a contractor who swindled the NHS.
A family pub in Primrose Hill that counts Andrew Marr among its regulars was left in ruins on Sunday night after a party of 40 people descended into a mass brawl that took about 20 police officers to bring under control.
A South Hampstead man has been charged with seven counts of sexual offences involving a 15-year-old girl.
A former patient of high-security psychiatric hospital Broadmoor died after slitting his wrist at a West Hampstead care home, an inquest has heard.
Police are searching for a man said to have exposed himself to a woman in a park in West Hampstead.
Comedian Noel Fielding has told the High Court of the “trauma” of ending up handcuffed on the ground clad in “gold boots and a boiler suit” while a friend was allegedly violently assaulted by police.
The family of a 29-year-old King’s Cross man who has been missing for four days are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Camden’s top police officer has apologised for letting people down in Hampstead – as he admitted some members of the force are “appalling” at their jobs.
Police have today released images of nine men and one woman wanted in connection with burglaries across the borough.
Two people have been discharged from hospital after being knifed in a brawl on a Tube train at Belsize Park station.
A “wonderful and innocent” domestic abuse victim who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder died after taking heroin, an inquest has heard.
Over 100 weapons have been seized in Camden in a police crack down on gang crime.
A former member of hit pop group N-Dubz is in the clear after a charge of driving his Audi Q7 while disqualified was dropped.
Hampstead Theatre’s top producer has declared his ambition to establish the playhouse as “one of the world’s leading theatres” – and pledged to relaunch an education programme following another triumphant year.
Two men have been stabbed in a massive brawl on a Tube train at Belsize Park underground station.
A 42-year-old man has admitted hurling anti-Semitic abuse on a bus between Golders Green and Muswell Hill.
Bosses of a Golders Green supermarket repeatedly caught employing illegal immigrants from Afghanistan and Pakistan are facing a Home Office probe.
A minicab driver who ferried a knife gang around as they hunted and brutally murdered an innocent Kentish Town student has been jailed after an international manhunt.
An organisation providing care to disabled and elderly residents was the victim of a burglary at its offices in Hampstead on Sunday night after being targeted by two thieves on a moped.
It is an attractive but unremarkable terraced house in a quiet Camden Town backstreet, with nothing much to distinguish it from the neighbours.
A man has been charged with robbery in connection with a hammer attack in the street in Belsize Park.
A moped rider attempted to smash his way into a Hampstead house by ramming the front door in broad daylight, in the latest scooter-enabled crime to hit the area.
A pair of would-be bank card fraudsters who were snared after covert police officers staked out a Tube station ticket machine have been jailed.
Police have allegedly told a burglary victim to try to solve the crime herself after £3,000 worth of her grandmother’s antique jewellery was stolen from her Highgate home – including her mother’s wedding ring.
Police are investigating a “trend” of stolen luxury cars and 4x4s being dumped in the same spot on the edge of Hampstead Heath.
A former academic who claims to have fathered 58 children with his “one-stop shop” artificial insemination service has been spared jail after sexually assaulting one of his clients.
A man has been stabbed in a mid-morning brawl outside a secondary school, while children studied metres away.
Police have launched a witness appeal after a cyclist was attacked with a metal rod in Camden Town.
Officers from Camden Council were left red-faced after High Court bailiffs gained entry to the town hall and began seizing thousands of pounds worth of council-owned TVs, computers and printers to repay money owed to a resident.
A poet returned to her old school to help children create edible art by writing on flying saucers and fruity mints.
An evening with broadcaster and journalist Andrew Marr, a tour giving a history of London Zoo’s architecture and the Belsize Festival are just some of the things featured in our top five this week.
Actress and Loose Women presenter Lynda Bellingham, who was battling cancer, died yesterday in her husband’s arms, her agent has confirmed.
The London Lions are the only professional basketball team in the capital, based at the state-of-the-art Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.