The family of a Kentish Town grandmother who died after being attacked by a "dangerous" man believe she may have survived if a police officer had not made her get up and walk, an inquest heard this morning.
Haringey Council is investigating after asbestos was found in two areas at Muswell Hill Primary School.
It's Tuesday evening, and Cllr Joseph Ejiofor is holding court in his office in Wood Green.
A mother has warned of the risk to women in Muswell Hill, after a warrant was issued for a sex attacker who was found guilty of sexually assaulting her daughter.
Kenwood House's cafe will undergo a major refurbishment early next year, English Heritage has announced.
The friends and family of the swimmer who died in Highgate Men's Pond on Saturday have paid tribute to a "much loved family man."
In times past, Londoners would escape to Highgate from the centre of the capital to breathe in the clean air, and enjoy the health benefits of its green surroundings.
Hampstead Town and Highgate could be without neighbourhood policing officers within months, the Ham&High can reveal.
The O2 Centre's owners want to build 1,000 homes behind the shopping centre in Finchley Road, and has launched a preliminary consultation on the site's future.
The company behind the £30million Hornsey Town Hall redevelopment has appointed Ardmore as the contractor to carry out work on the site.
A body has been found in the men's pond on Hampstead Heath, days after a man went missing while swimming at the weekend.
Firefighters had an unusual call-out on Saturday afternoon when they helped rescue a trapped fox in Highgate.
A search is underway at Highgate Men's Pond after a swimmer disappeared yesterday during one of the hottest days of the year.
A petition for safety measures on a road in East Finchley where a toddler was killed last week has reached 2,000 signatures.
Burglars stole hundreds of pounds worth of designer sunglasses in a smash-and-grab in Swiss Cottage this morning.
After the seasonally warm weather last weekend, as summer approaches from the horizon, it was a shock to many Hampstead residents to see snow on the ground in Church Row.
Camden Council could lose two seats currently held by the borough's opposition Tories after it wrongly told the Boundary Commission that it was set to shed hundreds of voters.
The Highgate Festival returns for another year next month with a programme bigger than before, and a focus on the future and the environment.
A St John's Wood High Street stalwart said she's contemplating giving up her luxury children's clothes shop because of repeated ramraid burglaries.
Former Labour Party spin doctor and Gospel Oak local Alastair Campbell has been kicked out of Labour for voting for the Liberal Democrats in last week's European Parliament elections.
The project manager for the former Salt House pub development has responded to critics, saying objections to its planning applications have a racist undertone.
A north London children's charity is laying down a challenge to local businesses, to see how much they can raise from an initial £50 investment.
Camden councillor Luisa Porritt has been elected as one of London's new European Parliament members, in a great night for her Liberal Democrat party.
The restoration of the East Wing of Alexandra Palace was named as one of this year's RIBA conservation award winners.
A sweet sight greeted runners at the end of the Crouch End 10k run on Sunday.
West Hampstead came together last night to celebrate the life of John Henderson, who died last weekend.
A three-year-old boy has died after being hit by a car in East Finchley last night.
Popular West Hampstead bookseller John Henderson died just days before he was finally due to be reunited with his daughter.
Abacus School Belsize has launched its latest attempt to open in the former Hampstead Police Station in Rosslyn Hill.
Camden Council's planning committee may have been misled when they voted on the Construction Management Plan (CMP) for 100 Avenue Road, the High Court heard this morning.
Richard and Alan Myers look back through their history, from their founding in the Georgian era as rag recyclers to where they are now, selling mid-range carpets to the domestic market
Streathers Solicitors, with a number of offices across north London, has a team of highly experienced solicitors who offer a range of private client services.
St Albans' award-winning Gabriel Square development offers Londoners the chance to buy a luxury home with an easy commute to the capital
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