September 16 2014 Latest news:
Critically endangered frogs, airlifted from their island home in a desperate last bid to save the species five years ago, have been successfully returned to their Caribbean home.
The first day of the inquest into the death of a nurse tricked into putting a call through to those treating the Duchess of Cambridge during her first pregnancy has heard how the mother-of-two “touched the lives of everyone she met”.
A pensioner who went on the run while on trial for sexually assaulting a teenage girl in Paddington has been jailed for four years.
A private Paddington care home used by Westminster Council has come under fire after a report revealed it was failing to engage its bed-bound elderly residents in activities and leaving them alone in their rooms.
A promising teenage footballer who was part of a gang of violent robbers targeting lone women at night for their expensive jewellery has been jailed for eight years.
A woman was robbed at knifepoint of her handbag as she walked to work in Maida Vale last Sunday morning.
The co-owner of a Queen’s Park recording studio sold to a housing association for almost £5million has said London’s soaring property prices have “killed” the local music industry.
Homes in Westminster now cost more than 20 times the average salary, according to a report released this week.
A much-loved youth arts group has been dealt a devastating blow after learning it will be stripped of its only remaining source of public funding.
Crisp uniforms and shiny shoes had their first outing today when a hotly-anticipated free school welcomed in its first cohort of students.
Organisers of a major street festival in Swiss Cottage are appealing to local musicians to get involved and have the chance to play in front of up to 20,000 people.
A charity in Queen’s Park has been awarded more than £22,000 by BBC Children in Need to help vulnerable children to learn how to swim.
These two new arrivals, born just in time for a weekend celebrating the bear who inspired Winnie the Pooh, have been given some very apt names.
Camden is blazing a trail for social housing as the only borough in London to have built more council homes in the last two years than have been sold, according to new figures.
A tourist was stabbed as he stood outside a Baker Street bar having a cigarette.
A violent robber from Queen’s Park who throttled two women from behind before snatching their valuables has been jailed for nine years today.
Many schools across Westminster celebrated a rise in “good” GCSE grades this year - in line with the first nationwide increase for three years.
GCSE students from Westminster Academy - and one nervous father - had A*s in their eyes when they ripped open their results.
Visitors will be taking a walk above the wild side after London Zoo received the go-ahead to build a pathway over its lion den.
Homeless families in desperate need of a place to sleep could find themselves living in Paddington Rec after the council decided to turn the former park keeper’s lodge into temporary accommodation.
Thousands of anxious teenagers across Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Westminster will pick up their GCSE results today.
Blueberry juice, smoked salmon and grapes - that is the secret to exam success according to Omar Ouaret-Sorr who earned ten stunning GCSE grades.
Schools were filled with excited shrieks today as nervous pupils opened their GCSE results.
High standards have been set at King Solomon Academy after it celebrated its first ever set of glowing GCSE grades.
Council chiefs are being urged to protect vulnerable residents from property investors who may be looking to make a profit from the sale of their homes.
The wait is finally over for thousands of nervous teenagers across Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Westminster who pick up their GCSE results tomorrow.
The murder of an innocent mother in Kilburn has been linked to a mistaken identity shooting that claimed the life of an electrician from Queen’s Park.
A woman and three men have been charged with assisting an offender as part of the investigation into the murder of Sabrina Moss in Kilburn.
A courageous schoolboy who fought back from a brain tumour has scored a top set of A-level results and is now getting ready for university.
Two schoolgirls campaigning to get mental illness onto the national curriculum will speak alongside eminent academics and Hollywood actress Emma Thompson at a trailblazing mental health conference.
Oggy Boytchev, 59, has enjoyed a long career as a producer working with BBC war correspondent John Simpson. He is now a freelance journalist and TV producer.
A trailblazing human rights campaigner who has died aged 89 has been remembered as a “beacon of hope for humanity” by family, celebrity figures, charities and Jewish organisations.
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