A Crouch End student says her lifelong dream to study dentistry at King’s College London has been “destroyed” after she was awarded BBC for her A-levels despite being predicted A*AA.

A group of homecare workers employed by contractors commissioned by Haringey Council will receive an average settlement of £10,000 each following an employment tribunal ruling.

A Muswell Hill Rabbi says “there is a lot to learn” on understanding antisemitism following recent suspensions by Haringey Labour.

A trade union is taking Camden Council to court over the “unfair dismissal” of a former Hampstead school caretaker.

Holborn and St Pancras MP Sir Keir Starmer helped officially open Highgate Newtown Community Centre’s (HNCC’s) woodwork workshop last Friday.

Compulsory charges, disability access and the licensing of professional dog walkers were all discussed as part of the Ham&High’s Q&A on the Hampstead Heath Ponds on Monday.

A woman says she is “traumatised” after she was allegedly racially attacked in Hampstead.

Camden Council’s leader Georgia Gould has been elected as the new chair of London Councils.

Camden Council has altered its constitution to incorporate “environmental stewardship” in a commitment to tackle climate change.

A Crouch End estate agent has apologised after posting a Facebook video “celebrating” the “absolutely soaring” rental property prices in Muswell Hill.

Celebrities including Boy George, Stephen Fry and Imelda Staunton helped the Jewish Community Centre London (JW3) raise more than £330,000 on Thursday.

“Technology has definitely made my life worth living. I spent my first five years with motor neurone disease (MND) without a computer which was a bleak wilderness.”

“These are the hands that stop the leaks, empty the pan, wipe the pipes, carry the can, clamp the veins, make the cast, log the dose and touch us last.”

A Miss England finalist from Hampstead says her charity work in the national beauty competition has spurred on her success.

Police are appealing for information and justice over the “senseless” murder of a man gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Kentish Town one year ago.

A Haringey councillor who has been suspended from the Labour Party for sharing allegedly antisemitic content has denied the allegations against him.

A HS2 protester climbed a “150ft” crane at Euston Station in hunger strike against the multi-billion pound rail project.

The Hampstead Carluccio’s in Rosslyn Hill will be replaced by a plant-based restaurant in November.

Significant changes to Camden’s nurseries were approved on Thursday night, which the council claims will tackle a “silly” use of resources.

A teenage pop band formed during lockdown is raising awareness of the importance of mental health after releasing their debut single.

A Golders Green pensioner has celebrated her 100th birthday at the care home named after her former employer - a World War Two hero.

Camden Council is set to decide on changes to its early years provision impacting four local nurseries, all rated ‘outstanding’.

Primrose Hill actor Sam Frears is going “all guns blazing” on his new literary café after The Crown star Helena Bonham Carter snipped the ribbon on Saturday.

The King Alfred School in Golders Green capped GCSE results day with standout results for some of its star students.

Fears are growing over “vast swathes” of “forgotten” residents being “left behind” by the closure of Highgate’s last high street bank.

Year 11 pupils at University College School Hampstead scooped some “superb” grades on GCSE results day.

A star student from North Bridge House Hampstead bagged the school’s best ever grades on GCSE results day.

Camden students received their GCSE results on Thursday after the “rollercoaster” of coronavirus lockdown and the government’s U-turn on grades.

Students across north London are set to find out their GCSE results today. Follow our live updates below for all the latest from schools in Camden, Haringey, Barnet and Westminster.

A Westminster school’s headteacher has praised the “resilience” of her students after they were awarded improved grades “which they wholeheartedly deserve”.


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