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The financial toll of Covid-19 has forced a school in Hampstead Garden Suburb to ask parents for emergency support as it looks to plug a £47,000 shortfall.

Two Hornsey men have been put behind bars after a police raid of their flat uncovered £300,000 worth of cocaine.

An eco-conscious family business is encouraging customers to enjoy the festive period “luxuriously but sustainably” by renting their Christmas trees this winter.

Camden Council has rejected a review of its rubbish collection services after the opposition claimed the town hall was “marking its own homework”.

A pub owner has hailed the local support of Highgate - after devising a “tongue in cheek” ordering system to keep the pints flowing over the Covid lockdown.

Muswell Hill Soup Kitchen’s electric van is up and running - after the local community raised nearly £60,000 in six weeks.

A Hornsey man has been convicted of money laundering after police found £800,000 cash stashed in his car inside shoe boxes and rucksacks.

Isolated elderly residents living with dementia are being partnered with top musicians to keep them connected and entertained over lockdown.

An organic health store in Crouch End has dusted itself down having been burgled four days after the launch of its online delivery service.

Highgate School’s headteacher has run another marathon for charity – this time to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Police have charged a man after a gun was found in Alexandra Road Park in South Hampstead.

Volunteers and church members are delivering food parcels to the most vulnerable around Finchley Road and Frognal during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Streets outside primary schools will be closed to cars across Haringey to improve air quality for pupils.

The chief executive of Alexandra Palace says there is a “very real” risk the Muswell Hill venue could shut down without emergency government funding.

The mother of Robert Duff has pleaded to “put my son to rest” as police divers search the Highgate No.1 Pond for the missing father-of-two.

Haringey police are piloting a project aimed at supporting young offenders by placing youth workers at the centre of their community reintegration.

Swimmers, a local MP and Tony Blair’s former communications chief have urged Downing Street to reconsider the closure of the Hampstead Heath Bathing Ponds.

Divers will search the Highgate No.1 Pond to investigate the disappearance of a Kilburn man eight years ago.

Cycle lanes in Haverstock Hill have been approved by Camden Council but slammed as a “ludicrous waste of money” by the opposition.

Remembrance Sunday was marked with a series of small socially-distanced ceremonies to commemorate those who lost their lives in two world wars and more than 70 other conflicts.

A family were happily reunited with their Jack Russell terrier on Tuesday, after it had been stolen outside M&S Hampstead.

Dunn’s bakery is returning to Muswell Hill for the first time since World War Two.

MPs for Camden, Haringey, Barnet and Westminster have thrown their support behind the Ham&High’s Shop Local campaign.

Building works are set to begin on new mental health facilities at the Whittington.

A Temple Fortune woman has racked up 100 miles on her exercise bike for a cycling fundraiser, cheered on by Coronation Street star Dame Maureen Lipman.

An award-winning Belsize Park writer has died aged 90.

A new park is set to open in Hornsey as part of a 12-acre housing development.

Pupils from South Hampstead High School have made hundreds of ‘plantable’ plastic-free poppies to fundraise for Remembrance Day (November 11).

The Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley has reluctantly hit pause on its reopening plans due to the impending Covid-19 lockdown.

“Devastated” traders in Muswell Hill and Crouch End say that local shopping is needed “now more than ever” ahead of the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown on Thursday.

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