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Plans for Pret to move into Hampstead are still on despite the sandwich chain closing 30 stores nationwide, this newspaper understands.

Valiant volunteers who kept Hampstead Cemetery open through the pandemic handed the keys back to the council on Sunday (July 5).

The headteacher of Highgate’s Channing School is retiring this summer.

Holborn and St Pancras’ MP Sir Keir Starmer planted a tomato on a visit to Castlehaven Community Centre last Thursday.

Alexandra Palace turned red on Monday night in solidarity with the arts and theatre industry hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

Britain’s first Asian MP should be commemorated in Muswell Hill as part of the council’s Black Lives Matter review into public spaces, Haringey’s opposition says.

A historic railway bridge lying between Muswell Hill and Alexandra Palace could be demolished under government plans.

Hampstead and Highgate’s pubs and restaurants welcomed punters and diners back for the first time in more than three months on ‘Super Saturday’.

A pair of paramedics from Muswell Hill are thought to be one of the first couples in lockdown to tie the knot on Saturday.

Haringey Council has rightly refuted national newspaper reports – based on flawed data – which suggested the borough was facing a local lockdown.

Cllr Matt White has been appointed Haringey Council’s cabinet member for corporate and civic services.

Camden Council is altering its roads as a result of Covid-19 – but the leader of the opposition says many changes aren’t wanted – or needed.

Finding himself holding the government to account in the worst crisis of a generation, Sir Keir Starmer says his first three months as leader of the opposition have been a “roller-coaster journey”.

Haringey Council has U-turned on plans to redevelop a terrace in Muswell Hill despite spending £2.15 million on one of the houses.

A rainbow crossing has been unfurled in Camden High Street to celebrate Pride month.

Haringey Council’s delay to replace its cabinet member responsible for emergency planning has left a “leadership vacuum at a crucial time”, warns the opposition.

Holborn and St Pancras’ MP Sir Keir Starmer has urged the Jewish community “to look at the steps I’m taking” following the sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey from the shadow cabinet for sharing what he called an antisemitic conspiracy theory.

A family pharmacy in Crouch End says a return perfume thief who always goes for designer, vintage fragrances has stolen bottles from its Park Road store worth £1,000.

Belsize Village is set for alfresco wining and dining as early as July 4 to help hard-hit businesses from the coronavirus pandemic “stave off insolvency” - and similar initiatives could be launched across Camden.

West Hampstead residents came together in West End Green on Sunday to hang a line of homemade bunting in tribute of the murdered MP Jo Cox.

A Maida Vale bowls club took the knee on Sunday to support the international Black Lives Matter movement.

A north London photographer is offering a sneak peek into the tricks of the trade as part of a virtual lockdown exhibition with Lauderdale House on Tuesday evening.

Police are again appealing for information after a man who stepped in to protect his female friends was assaulted in Camden and left with a broken nose.

Haringey’s Liberal Democrat opposition leader is standing down due to the “increasing difficulty” of spearheading her party alongside “family commitments”.

Environmental campaigners are backing Haringey’s proposed parking hikes – but Muswell Hill and Crouch End businesses say they will “discourage shoppers” and “force the average person to pay more”.

A teenager has been arrested after a moped drove down the wrong side of the road and nearly collided with a lorry, sparking a high-speed police chase.

Westminster will roll out a borough-wide 20mph speed limit as London returns to the roads following the latest round of lockdown easing.

A new round of grant funding is available for businesses stricken by the Covid-19 lockdown - but Camden Council is warning thousands of traders will be left in the lurch.

A Swiss Cottage school’s virtual choir has recorded its own version of Bill Withers’ Lean on Me to inspire lockdown togetherness.

More than 150 British Jews protested in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement on Sunday in Hampstead Garden Suburb.

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