August 20 2014 Latest news:
A pub quiz to raise funds for a family centre that provides breastfeeding and midwifery support to new mums has raised £500.
A family centre in Highgate that offers breastfeeding support and postnatal care has been saved from closure after it won funding for another year.
Patients and staff caught smoking in the gardens, entrances or car parks of the Royal Free Hospital will find themselves on the wrong side of a new zero tolerance crackdown against smokers.
The Whittington Hospital has stepped up its fight against infections by launching a campaigning urging staff, patients and visitors to stop and clean their hands.
Tributes have poured in from across Camden and the world of entertainment following the death of comedy legend and “local hero” Roger Lloyd-Pack, who has been remembered locally for his campaigning spirit of justice and equality.
Reporter Tim Lamden looks back at the Ham&High’s top stories of 2013.
Hundreds of tributes from the community and prominent politicians, including Labour leader Ed Miliband, have poured in for peace campaigner Hetty Bower, who has died aged 108.
A passionate lifelong political activist who fought against sell-off proposals at the Whittington Hospital has been remembered as an “astonishing man” with the “most incredible energy”.
Camden’s only academy school has rocketed up the league tables after its students set an “outstanding” precedent for future years in its first ever set of A-level results.
Half of all Camden residents who have houses earmarked for demolition as part of the construction of the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail link have been found new homes - allaying fears they would have to leave the borough.
Jack Whitehead, who has died aged 98, was an inspired teacher all his life, both in schools and just as much through his many friendships and publications.
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