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Local estate agent to host eclectic art show in aid of Marie Curie Hospice and the Hampstead Arts Festival

With President Trump pulling the USA out of the Paris Agreement to protect the Earth, what can you do at home to do your part for the planet?

It’s been a long hard season, one that will be remembered for fan unrest and a fifth place finish after as poor a run of league form in many a year. But this season will also be remembered for the glory of an incredibly brave Arsenal performance in the 2017 FA Cup Final that saw the Gunners pick up the trophy for a record 13th time in their long and illustrious history. Read on for Layth Yousif’s player ratings from Wembley...

Spurs man in 25-man squad to face Scotland and France next month

Alex Bellotti talks to Carl Barat about heavy metal, themed hotels and the electric spirit of Camden Town ahead of Camden Rocks

Meet top man, cult musician and fifth generation Gooner in this week’s Q&A – Monkey from The Riders Of The Night

As Compagnie XY returns with more acrobats than ever, ZOE PASKETT talks to the Roundhouse circus producer about a 22 person balancing act

Your guide to all the things to do in Crouch End, including the best shops, cafes, pubs and schools. PLUS our guide to property in N8

For this week’s Friday Fanzone we have none other than the legendary Arseblog. Read on for more...

She escaped Nazi persecution just before the the Second World War began, was at the forefront of a revolution in jewellery, was reprimanded for stealing Albert Einstein’s apples and spent seven decades in Hampstead.

An exhibition at the Wiener Library uses drawings, letters and photographs to follow a family’s story of persecution and survival during the Holocaust. Zoe Paskett visits the library and talks to Jasia Reichardt about the Themersons and life post war

BRIDGET GALTON talks to veteran broadcaster Robin Lustig about his memoir of 45 years in news ahead of Jewish Book Week

The general consensus from the 300 loyal Arsenal fans on this morning’s early flight from Luton Airport was that their beloved heroes required bravery to take on the aristocrats of Bayern Munich in the Champions League tonight.

An intrepid charity fundraiser who was hospitalised for exhaustion after completing 15 marathons in a row walking from London to Edinburgh is pounding the pavements again in aid of a good cause.

Children from a primary school in Muswell Hill have packed hundreds of SNUG packs for their headmistress to deliver to refugees abroad.

Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq has said she is willing to leave the shadow cabinet to vote against Brexit following the Supreme Court decision today that the matter must be put before Parliament.

The talented violinist is touring Europe with the folk-music inspired Reflection that was specially written for her by eminent composer Oliver Knussen

ZFW Fencing Club’s hot streak has continued after Alexander Choupenitch won the Leon Paul Cup at the University of East London.

Celebrating its seventh birthday this month, Little Paris is Crouch End’s favourite treasure trove for vintage French homewares and carefully sourced new Parisian designs with interior designer-owner Nicolas Peponnet at the helm.

A hard fought 2-2 draw in the Champions League between Arsenal and PSG at The Emirates tonight ensured the battle for top spot would go to the wire next month in Basel.

Ski novices Bridget Galton and her son Joe headed to a low-key French resort for their first foray on the slopes, with varying success

Doreen Spooner joined the Daily Mirror as the first female staff photographer on a national newspaper. Camera Girl celebrates the life of the 88-year-old who thrived in a man’s world while raising three children.

50 years after airing, BRIDGET GALTON discovers a modern drama inspired by Cathy Come Home

Liz Thomson drops into a gig at Crouch End’s Kalamazoo Club to see song collector and folk legend Martin Carthy who inspired Dylan and Simon

Arsenal eased to a 4-1 win at the KCOM Stadium against a Hull City side that played 50 minutes with 10 men.

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