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A community group providing 50,000 meals a week to the hungry in Haringey is crowdfunding to keep going, after the council announced it was ending its partnership as lockdown eases.

A Highgate woman has turned her garage into a distribution centre to support food banks across north London.

A former vicar of a Hampstead Church has lost a legal battle after claiming it was “marriage discrimination” which saw him sacked.

A “career criminal” from Islington has had his jail sentence for attempting to rob two Arsenal stars in Hampstead reduced to six years.

Hornsey, and Haringey, has always been my home. I grew up and went to school here and am so proud to represent my community as their local councillor.

Ron Rubin, jazz musician, and long time resident of Hampstead, died suddenly on 14th April. He was born on 8th July 1933 in Liverpool, to David and Louise Rubin.

Primary teacher Hayley Clarke discusses how her school, St Peter’s and St Gildas’, in Crouch End, is getting on when most pupils are staying at home.

Hampstead’s Beatrix Clark considers whether it is time for an 80s-themed family cocktail party.

Can one man make a difference? Bernie Grant MP did. He addressed representation and matters that bedevilled Black and ethnic communities during the Thatcher era. Alex Pascall OBE, co-founder of The Voice newspaper pays tribute.

In December 2014, a heroic nurse called Pauline Cafferkey became infected while working with victims of ebola in Sierra Leone. She spent almost a month in an isolation unit at the Royal Free Hospital, being cared for by specially trained medical staff, and she survived.

North London freelance journalist and former Ham&High political reporter Rachel Roberts has had all the symptoms of coronavirus. Here she describes her road to recovery.

When Alan and Gwen Cohen opened their cabin door they saw two figures in white suits and masks, who “looked like they came from another world”.

A 16-year-old singer-songwriter from Hampstead is highlighting the challenges facing musicians because of the coronavirus and urging people to engage with artists in new ways.

Emergency groups have has been assembled in Haringey and Camden to address the needs of rough sleepers in both boroughs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Prince Harry dropped by St John’s Wood on Friday to help Jon Bon Jovi record a charity single for the Duke’s Invictus Games Foundation.

A north London teenager has gone on trial charged with murder over a stabbing which took place after a grime gig in Kent last August.

Chancellor Sajid Javid is primed to throw his weight behind HS2.

Barnet opposition councillors were this week confused by an apparent “lack of detail” in the town hall’s plans to save money and close a £72 million budget gap.

After a devastating fire destroyed part of the roof of the Camden Town nightclub Koko, its owner has paid tribute to the “quick action and hard work” of the firefighters who fought the blaze and thanked the public for their support.

Whittington Hospital bosses have argued the NHS should not have to pay for a woman to have surrogate children in America after it missed signs of cervical cancer for four years, the Supreme Court has heard.

Labour’s Karen Buck held on to her Westminster North parliamentary seat last night.

A pioneering black female footballer was celebrated this week – with a plaque unveiled at a Hornsey school to mark her 148th birthday.

Three teenage boys have admitted threatening two women on the N31 bus after they refused to perform a sex act.

A Jewish man whose family was subjected to antisemitic abuse on the Northern line as it passed through Camden Town has said he wants to meet the woman who stood up for them in order to thank her.

Camden is proposing to consult on a “new approach” to nursery school provision which could see four council nurseries converted into Sure Start children’s centres.

Less than two years after council worker Trishul Shah was jailed for committing a £2m fraud against Barnet Council, police and Barnet’s internal authorities are investigating another possible fraud.

Lawrence Bernstein was in his late 30s and getting sick of his City banking job when one of his friends suggested he pursue speech-writing full time.

A second man has appeared in court charged with the alleged attempted robbery of Arsenal footballer Sead Kolasinac in Hampstead.

An Archway man has admitted trying to rob two Arsenal footballers in Platt’s Lane, Hampstead.

A Muswell Hill hairdresser who counts singers, comedians and nudists among his clients is celebrating half a century in the business – a decade after a close shave on a mountain hike nearly cost him everything.

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