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A defiant pub landlord is set to appear before magistrates today after refusing to pay the Hampstead Business Improvement District (BID) levy for two years.

The killers of Camden model Harry Uzoka have been jailed for a combined total of more than 60 years.

A group of teenagers celebrated after attacking Lewis Blackman, 19, who had gatecrashed a girl’s 16th birthday party, a court heard yesterday.

The Tottenham Hotspur captain admitted a charge of drink driving at Westminster magistrates Court

Spurs goalkeeper, World Cup winner and East Finchley resident Hugo Lloris admitted to being drunk, more than twice the drink-drive limit, when he was stopped in the early hours by police in central London.

The duty manager on shift at Kilburn’s Bannatyne health club on the day of Kamal Al-Hirsi’s death last year had never seen the club’s pool safety document, an inquest has heard.

A “kind and very hardworking” cleaner died while working at the Bannatyne health club pool in Kilburn, an inquest heard today.

A police officer acted like “a bully in uniform” as he smashed and sawed his way through a windscreen of a car he had stopped in Kentish Town, a court heard this morning.

Alleged murderer George Koh “harassed a model for sex” who was caught up in the deadly feud between him and fellow Camden model Harry Uzoka, a court has heard.

A well-known male fashion model was knifed to death by a less successful rival in a row over a girl, a court has heard.

Hampstead’s Harriet Dart saw her hopes of a dream Wimbledon mixed doubles final shattered on Court One on Friday.

Hampstead’s Harriet Dart produced one of the best wins of her career at Wimbledon on Tuesday.

In his own words, father-of-two Garcia Diabaca, 31, tells of the terrifying moment when armed terror cops burst into his bedroom. They were at the wrong address and had the wrong man, but the consequences for the supermarket worker have been far reaching.

A blind tennis player has made amazing progress from beginner to one of the best in the world – in the space of two years.

A man has been found guilty of murdering Derek McAllister over a minor argument in an East Finchley bookmaker’s in 2015.

Two moped crooks from Maida Vale who fatally stabbed charity worker Abdul Samad in a four-hour spree of violence have been found guilty of murder.

As Camden Council issues court proceedings, we investigate conditions inside the notorious Happy Vale Hotel and find shocking evidence of mouse infestations, blocked toilets and broken plumbing - as five people live inside.

England’s men and women both celebrated wins in their latest matches at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

With judges poised to make a ruling after last week’s judicial review, Harry Taylor looks back at the dispute between Mary Hassell and north London’s faith communities –and speaks to the families affected by her ‘cab-rank’ system

A campaigner who lost a high court battle to stop £2billion housing plans has vowed the case will go to appeal after hitting a crowdfunding target.

A Hampstead housewife was found floating face down in a swimming pool with a head injury by her husband, an inquest has heard.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is in jail because of an argument between Britain and Iran, campaigners claim.

A judge has given the go-ahead for a judicial review into how deaths are dealt with by the senior coroner for Inner North London, Mary Hassell.

A man who stole £2million of jewellery from the family of billionaire businessman Sir Philip Green during a burglary in St John’s Wood has been jailed for 21 years.

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