Troubled restaurant Cafe Hampstead abruptly closed earlier this week.

A former Hampstead solicitor said he thought somebody was "pulling my leg" when he got a phone call to say he was being given the Austrian Decoration of Merit.

The "evil" man who killed Muswell Hill mum-of-one Cathy Burke a month before murdering Stroud Green woman Iuliana Tudos in Finsbury Park has been handed his second life sentence.

Visitors to the Peltz Gallery over the next week will get the chance to see life through the lens of Year 12 Fortismere School students, as their work goes on display.

When you look up into the night sky, you are looking into the past.Gazing at the stars, you are seeing them as they looked years ago, not as they are now. But for the first time in three years, Hampstead Observatory is now looking to the future once again.

The decision on whether tougher parking restrictions will come into force in Highgate, will be taken next month, Camden Council has said.

The "wicked" predator who killed a popular barmaid in Finsbury Park has admitted killing Muswell Hill mum Cathy Burke in a second sexually-motivated attack.

Tighter speed restrictions in East Finchley moved a step forward last night as the Finchley and Golders Green area committee backed a move to lower the limit.

Battle lines have been drawn between the Boundary Commission and a group of Hampstead neighbours as they fight to keep their streets in the Hampstead Town ward.

Osborne Grove Nursing Home will be demolished and replaced with a £30.8million 70-bed facility, after Haringey Council's cabinet approved the project.

Passengers using the Northern Line face further chaos this evening as services in Zone One and Two will finish at 9.30pm.

Visitors to Fortune Green's Jester Festival were presented with an unusual opportunity his weekend, the chance to buy a jar of marmalade made by Camden's Lib Dem leader Flick Rea.

The chair of governors at Fleet Primary School has said "no reasonable person" would choose to spend £21.5million on opening Abacus Belsize Primary School.

The Planning Inspectorate is set to rule on whether fast-food takeaway chain Domino's can open a new branch in Camden Town.

Heath Street was alive with the hustle and bustle of Hampstead Summer Festival's Big Fair on Sunday.

A group of Camden youngsters will be drawing from their own experiences of knife crime next week, when they perform a modern twist on Lorca's Blood Wedding play.

The Jester Festival is hoping to cut down on single-use plastic used at this year's event, for its 47th outing.

Primrose Hill local and one of Britain's best-known horse racing pundits John McCririck has died aged 79.

To some people, spending hours in Waterlow Park on the hottest day of the year might seem like a perfect idea - but the summer idyll turned into panic for about 30 people when they discovered they were locked in.

A Hampstead angler has issued a plea for people to help him get £3,000 of stolen fishing tackle back.

Hampstead Heath bosses are working with Keep Britain Tidy to come up with new ideas to tackle rubbish on the Heath, the Ham&High can reveal.

A Crouch End man is helping children get acquainted with the environment and the Heath's ponds - by taking them fishing

Tributes have been paid to former leader of Camden Council, Martin Morton, who has died aged 87.

The controversial bid to expand a Highgate nursery has been given the go-ahead by Haringey Council.

Thousands basked in the sunshine in South End Green on Sunday, for the area's annual festival.

Camden's new mayor has called out her colleagues for misogynistic bullying in the latest factional row to break out in the borough's Labour group.

Plans to quieten streets near New End Primary School will go ahead, but Camden Council has been criticised for backing a scheme that residents are opposed to.

London Zoo's Zoo Nights will be getting a Pride makeover next week, as the zoo's colony of 93 Humboldt penguins will be joining in the party.

A man in his 40s has been questioned by police about an alleged hate crime on the Northern line on Friday evening.

The chair of the Whittington Health Trust, Steve Hitchins, has stood down.


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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