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A couple with a baby told today how they narrowly cheated death after escaping from their smoke-filled top floor flat during the fatal fire in Daleham Gardens.

Camden Council has been forced to apologise following revelations that buses used to transport children with special needs to school have been on the road without valid MOTs.

Questions have been asked whether the tragic death of a woman in a fire in Hampstead this morning could have been prevented if Belsize Fire Station was still open.

The emergency evacuation of the Chalcots Estate and subsequent repairs have cost taxpayers £31million, it has been revealed.

Owner, Annemarie van der Meer hopes to sell the property to a buyer looking for a spacious family home

Camden Council has refused to install laundry facilities at a temporary accommodation block for families with residents complaining that some of them were being forced to spend £30-a-week on laundry.

Camden Council have been urged to install more electric car charging points in Hampstead.

St Stephen’s Trust has said that plans to build a new Royal Free hospital immunology ward are far from complete, and still pose a serious risk to the future of grade-I listed St Stephen’s Church, and Hampstead Hill School.

A mum battling cancer has said she is ‘completely overwhelmed’ by the kindness of donors after a fundraising bid saw donations pour in to pay childcare fees so she has time to recover from treatment.

Councils are spending on less on domestic violence refuges. Solace Women’s Aid chief exec Mary Mason tells investigations journalist EMMA YOULE about the pressures – and what happens when women can’t get help

Tributes have been paid to a “truly special” charity worker who was stabbed outside his home in Maida Vale last week.

The Belsize Park Christmas Lights have been axed after Camden Council are set to chop down two of the trees on the route.

A separate assembly body being set up in response to Brexit was one of the ideas discussed at an Extraordinary Camden Council meeting on Monday.

A woman who illegally sublet her Holborn council flat will have to do 200 hours of community service, and could be made to repay the £19,000 she made from the crime.

Idling coaches parked illegally in Primrose Hill are destroying the environment, according to John McCririck who has labelled the pollution as “disgusting”.

The former boss of a Swiss Cottage youth centre has called for more public spaces for young people to gather.

More than three months on from the sudden evacuation of the Chalcots towers, we are still waiting for the council to release all the information residents need to help inform the promised ‘independent review’ of what went wrong.

The future of the Globe Tennis Club is still uncertain after the Lawn Tennis Association has confirmed that its funding is under threat.

More than two thousand people have signed a petition to stop one of the last remaining petrol stations in Belsize Park from closing.

Security is to be tightened at a secondary school in Highgate after a boy was injured by an intruder armed with a knife.

Residents’ views are being sought on how to improve green spaces in places threatened by the high speed two rail development.

A school expansion has been lauded by Camden Council, despite “teething problems” over travel arrangements around the site.

This weekend buildings across the capital throw open their doors to welcome the public with the return of Open House London. Here, in no particular order, the organisation’s Rosalind Morris selects a few highlights.

A Belsize Park tennis club has been told not to expect any “special favours” in its fight to renew its lease.

A row has erupted over the future of a historic spiritualist temple whose foundation stone was laid by Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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