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The tragic death of nine-year-old chess champion Michael Uriely from an asthma attack is hearbreaking enough.

The Alternative Clothes Show returned to Crouch End last Saturday, March 25, where students from City and Islington College joined local models to showcase a range of dazzling outfits crafted using recycled materials.

Parents are concerned their toddlers’ dirty nappies will be abandoned by Camden Council once they cut services, following chaos when they tried to register for a free weekly collection.

A community desperately trying to protect a Highgate nature reserve from traffic has slammed the council for offering developers a temporary licence to drive lorries over Parkland Walk.

The Golders Green war memorial, designed without a crucifix because of the Jewish population in the area who had lost loved ones, could be knocked down and moved elsewhere.

Cyclists have slammed a picture of children in face masks protesting against pollution as “ridiculous propaganda” that “has no logic to it.”

Schoolchildren and parents staged a protest against the pollution around schools throughout Hampstead and Highgate which they claim is choking them to death.

The WHO Chief has this week announced the link between air pollution and the deaths of 600,000 children

People in Highgate could soon see new hopper buses, playgrounds and green space protected from developers - but they need to place one final vote to turn their dreams into reality.

Filmmakers have sent out the first trailer for ‘Hampstead’, which stars Diane Keaton, Brendan Gleeson and James Norton.

Community campaigners are demanding Camden councillors intervene to reduce the impact of the Cycle Superhighway 11 (CS11) as the High Speed 2 rail route (HS2) is going full speed ahead.

Community campaigners have called an open meeting to discuss the Cycle Super Highway II (CS11) which was given the green light in December last year, despite bitterly dividing opinion

The council has been accused of starting a “class war” as opposition grows to its plans to reduce rubbish collections in the north of Camden.

Two abandoned dogs found a home at East Finchley charity All Dogs Matter’s annual Valentine’s Day dog walk on Hampstead Heath

Campaigners in Fortis Green have slammed Thames Water for installing controversial “smart” water meters without consulting residents.

Broadcaster Bill Oddie has added his signature to a petition calling for a safe haven for swans on Hampstead Heath.

The first of a series of free talks is taking place in Highgate for anyone with a draughty, badly ventilated house.

The owners of six newly built homes facing onto a Hampstead Garden Suburb park will provide ‘natural surveillance’ against sexual and other violent crimes, developers claim

People in Muswell Hill and Highgate spent 166 days last year – nearly six months - dealing with burst water mains.

Virginia McKenna, actress and founder of the Born Free wildlife charity, is the latest to sign a 4,500-strong petition to create a haven for swans on the island on Hampstead Heath’s model boating pond.

Testing along West End Lane showed many residents were being exposed to nitrogen dioxide levels more than 50 per cent above permitted levels.

Transport for London (TfL) plans to provide up to 70 new homes by building above a proposed new entrance on Buck Street.

The thousands of Camden homes that will have their rubbish bins emptied just once every two weeks from April have been revealed this afternoon.

While most of us were in bed nursing hangovers, around 100 hardy women were plunging into the icy waters on Hampstead Heath.

Camden residents can give their discarded Christmas trees a new lease of life by using the council’s tree recycling scheme.

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