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A Belsize Park man has called for better social distancing on public transport by revealing pictures of commuters jam-packed into a London bus during the pandemic.

Thirteen pupils from La Sainte Union Catholic School were taken to hospital this morning after eating “edible gummies”.

People from Hackney, Islington, Brondesbury and Muswell Hill are part of a group to be charged after a environmental protest which delayed the printing of national newspapers.

A study has found almost all north London respondents broke social distancing rules at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.

Fitness fanatics around the UK would have seized the opportunity to pump some iron as soon as the government gave the green light for gyms to reopen.

Franki Berry speaks to Greenpeace UK programme director Pat Venditti for the Ham&High Podcast about the climate emergency and the power of direct action.

Diners in north London and across the UK are enjoying a half-price discount on restaurant meals.

Modern pagans will celebrate the festival of the God of light in Highgate.

Experts at Oxford University have created an online tool to pinpoint the local areas most at risk from a second wave of coronavirus, including in north London.

Hundreds of people have backed behind a campaign to stop a pole for 5G being erected in Muswell Hill.

Protesters have so far stopped four trees from being felled in a Highgate nature reserve.

An 81-year-old woman has cleaned up 100 bags of rubbish around Muswell Hill and on Hampstead Heath on her morning strolls during the coronavirus lockdown.

A Hampstead businessman is hoping to match-fund £500,000 to raise £1,000,000 and expand a scholarship programme for under-represented young people.

A star-studded line-up of drive-through events in Brent Cross has been cancelled.

Litter left in Regent’s Park has skyrocketed amid the coronavirus lockdown.

Nearly 2,000 people are fighting to save four trees from being felled in Highgate.

Musicians and performers came together to celebrate a DJ’s birthday and fundraise for a church near Haverstock Hill.

A Hampstead musician is set to release an as-yet unheard track recorded by his award-winning band nearly three decades ago.

An estate agent with offices in Crouch End, Kentish Town and Muswell Hill has slammed the government’s stamp duty holiday as “short-sighted” and “cowardly”.

A man has been charged with grievous bodily harm (GBH) after a police officer was stabbed in Hendon.

A West Hampstead primary school, currently dedicated to a man with links to the slave trade, has revealed the timeline for changing its name.

Environmental campaigners have been transporting supplies to the HS2 protesters camping in trees.

A report has found 98 per cent of referrals to the government’s Prevent initiative from the Camden and Islington NHS trust did not lead to action on radicalisation.

More than 100 days after the UK shut up shop and went into lockdown, pubs around the country are dusting off the taps and wiping down the bars ready to reopen.

A Hampstead teacher is paying tribute to her sister by raising money for a suicide prevention charity.

A Muswell Hill mum has joined a group of travel agents fundraising to gift the UK’s coronavirus workers free holidays.

A junior doctor at the Whittington Hospital became the face of a campaign for this year’s World Refugee Day.

Hundreds of people have called for a West Hampstead primary school to be renamed after London’s first black headteacher.

A man who targeted lone women along the Regent’s Canal has been convicted of five sexual offences.

A celebrity comedian got stuck in making homemade coronavirus masks at a virtual Primrose Hill charity event.

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