The Muswell Hill Sustainability Group held a “die-in” to highlight the loss of several thousands of species due to climate change last weekend.

A historic painting owned by Kenwood House is to go on loan to a gallery previously accused of selling pieces of artwork it had borrowed.

Neighbours are bitter about plans to convert the back of an iconic pub into a flat.

It’s a case of better late than never for Hampstead’s King William IV, which will celebrate St Patrick’s Day tonight, a month after the date itself.

West End Lane Books was packed on Tuesday night as punters piled in to celebrate its 25th birthday.

Muswell Hill music mogul Deanne Bogdanovic will follow Kylie’s lead and “step back in time” when she celebrates the 20th anniversary of her BonaFide Studios – where Ms Minogue herself has recorded.

A 32-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to killing Cathy Burke in Muswell Hill in 2017.

Madness icon Suggs has become an ambassador for this year’s Camden mayor’s charity, the Camden Music Trust.

Archer Academy can break ground on its new library after a local children’s author donated enough to allow work to get going.

A Camden councillor who pleaded for a wider roll out of preventative HIV drug PrEP earlier this week, says the trial’s extension still isn’t enough.

Hundreds of people have rallied in support of hardware shop near Alexandra Palace that is threatened by a neighbouring development.

Independent bookshops are one of the best loved features in the high street.

The news that cows could be reintroduced to Hampstead Heath will have done little to prepare walkers for seeing a rhino there in the last few weeks.

A Camden Town EU national has had his universal credit application refused after he failed to pass the “habitual residency test” – despite living and paying tax in the UK for nearly 20 years.

A Camden councillor urged the government to make the preventative HIV drug PrEP more available, during a passionate speech at a council meeting last night.

The Met has issued a renewed call for witnesses, a week after the murder of Calvin Bungisa.

Queues for blood tests at the Royal Free Hospital are stretching down corridors because of excessive demand, it is claimed – after Barnet GPs stopped carrying out their own bloods work.

Britain’s oldest electric mainline trains last week began to vanish from the Northern City Line – and one retired driver is reflecting on four decades in the cab.

Firefighters have urged caution after tealights are believed to have caused a fire yesterday at a block of flats near Euston station.

Police are investigating two attempted abductions in Tufnell Park, and South Hampstead.

A 94-year-old man has been killed after being hit by a lorry in Finchley Road.

The husband of jailed West Hampstead mum Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe said yesterday’s vigil to mark three years since she was locked up gave “hope” that she wouldn’t spend another year inside.

It’s a family affair for Rajdoot in Fleet Road, where four brothers got together to open an Indian restaurant.

A burglar has been jailed for two years after stealing an antique barometer from Hampstead National Trust property Fenton House.

The former site of Well Walk Pottery in Willow Road is set to become a puppet theatre, the Ham&High understands.

Haringey Council has granted the dying wishes of a late Crouch End campaigner, who wanted his family to finish the engraving on “his” bench next to the bus stop he fought for.

Police have arrested three men in connection with the fatal stabbing near Regent’s Park Mosque on Thursday evening.

Calvin Bungisa, who was killed in Kentish Town last night, has been described as a ““happy, respectful” man by his former football coach.

Work has begun on a new pedestrian crossing in East Finchley near where a woman was killed crossing the road three weeks ago.

South Hampstead’s junior school chamber choir has been named the Girls’ Day School Trust Young Choir of the Year.


St Albans’ award-winning Gabriel Square development offers Londoners the chance to buy a luxury home with an easy commute to the capital

Newham Recorder chats to Sue Price of East Ham, a foster parent who cares for babies through the Newham borough council, about what to expect as a foster carer to infants

Wondering what charity events are coming up? If you would like to experience some of the best buildings, monuments and famous landmarks London sightseeing has to offer, as well as get involved with a good cause that serves the north London community, the Big Fun Walk on Sunday May 5 ticks all boxes.



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