A north London rock'n'roll comedian heads up the bill at a Highgate pub this month.

Heavy rain and gale-force winds are forecast across the UK on Saturday and Sunday (February 15-16).

Many of us fantasise about spotting the work of a master artist in a junk shop. Martin Bailey, a Van Gogh specialist and writer for The Art Newspaper, tells the story of how Peasant Woman in Front of a Farmhouse was found in a junk shop.

Anti-abortion protesters outside clinics are not only causing great distress, they're damaging their own cause.

Soup kitchen volunteers, MPs, commercial backers and star comedians Sean Lock and Harry Hill gathered for a launch party at the House of Commons for the charity Next Meal.

Three patients are being treated at the The Royal Free Hospital for the coronavirus.

Detectives investigating a stabbing in Highgate have charged a 17-year-old male.

I spent the oddity that was the turn of the millennium (or the turn of 1999/2000, at least) at a small party in a derelict school hall, wearing a dress, playing with my then-band in front of a handful of friends and, bizarrely, my former teacher.

A St John's Wood brand strategist has been named in a list of top women entrepreneurs with multiple roles.

Terry Jones once apologised to me in a bar - not something you forget in a hurry.

I share many of our readers' concerns about the risk of shops disappearing from our high streets and it is good to hear that Launderette in England's Lane, Belsize Park, has won a reprieve (Ham&High).

The sizeable task of counting the animals at London Zoo began on Thursday (January 2).

In a letter to the Ham&High, South Hampstead Synagogue thanks supporters, while hitting out at the rise of hate speech, both on social media and in wider society.

Police are investigating after antisemitic graffiti was daubed over several locations in Hampstead, including next to South Hampstead Synagogue.

Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year, a time for family, friends and reflection.

Plans to redevelop a 1950s student accommodation block in West Hampstead have gone on public display.

It will be a bitter pill to swallow but it may be time for Remain campaigners to accept that Brexit will "git done" and rethink the focus of their energies.

A slowness in implementing changes following the Grenfell tragedy and a lack of training for reacting to terror attacks are among the criticisms of the fire service in a new report.

It will be a bitter pill to swallow but it may be time for Remain campaigners to accept that Brexit will "git done" and rethink the focus of their formidable energies.

The man who died following a stabbing in Hornsey has been named by police as James O'Keefe.

The Giving Tree has returned to the O2 Centre, which hopes to collect 600 gifts to donate to deserving children.

Just before Christmas is a strange time to take over as editor at a newspaper - just before an election is, frankly, ridiculous.


Hampstead residents will be able to find out about their legal rights when trees damage or overhang their property at an upcoming talk.

Cauldron Foods' comedy night will give vegans the last laugh as Vegan comics dispel vegan myths.

Help your loved one rediscover their independence in a safe, comfortable environment that can offer them the support they need.

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