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The UK must learn its lessons from the coronavirus pandemic, insists Hornsey and Wood Green MP Catherine West, who says: “you can’t just wait for pandemics to come”.

A cyclist is in a critical condition following a crash with a motorbike in Euston Road.

Hampstead and Hornsey schools have donated hundreds of safety goggles to the Whittington Hospital to help NHS staff working on the coronavirus frontline.

Bookmark this list, which will provide contacts for help in the area and which we will keep updated throughout the coronavirus outbreak.

A Highgate private hospital is teaming up with the NHS to provide staff, beds and treatments in the battle against coronavirus.

“We turn up at work and we think ‘is today the day we’re going to be broken into – and you can’t be sure’.”

St John’s Wood’s famous Abbey Road zebra crossing, renowned for The Beatles 1969 album cover, has been quietly repainted as Westminster officials took advantage of coronavirus lockdown.

A Highgate church has set up a public pantry for passers-by to make donations - or take something they need.

Alexandra Palace has closed its boating lake after a spate of people were pushed in, including one “terrified” Muswell Hill writer.

A Kentish Town prostitutes group says sex workers “won’t survive” the “hidden” coronavirus crisis without government support.

The developer of the old Coppetts Wood Hospital in Muswell Hill has promised “corrective action without delay” after groups of construction workers were pictured next to each other on-site.

A man has been arrested in Camden after threatening to give officers coronavirus by spitting on them.

Ten people have died from coronavirus at the Royal Free Hospital, NHS England has confirmed.

“It’s a bittersweet moment. It’s lovely to be proud of the school doing such great things but it’s quite sad that it’s all at home.”

Police are investigating after a man in his 50s out jogging in Alexandra Park was reportedly pushed into the boating lake.

Bins are being removed from Hampstead Heath due to coronavirus halting rubbish collections.

“Whoever heard of teddy bears going viral?”

The alleged attacker of the London Central Mosque stabbing in February will return to court in May.

HS2 has paused its Euston construction following public health concerns over its workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Whittington Hospital insists it has enough beds for coronavirus patients after one of its consultants claimed it could run out “by the weekend”.

Haringey Council handed a parking ticket to a NHS doctor as he worked in hospital during the coronavirus crisis.

Three men lit a barbecue and were ‘having a party’ in Fortune Green on Tuesday - despite strict social distancing measures around coronavirus.

Hampstead Heath will close if people continue to flout social distancing rules, the City of London Corporation (CoLC) warned on Tuesday (March 24).

The winners of a social action project from Hampstead School have secured £1,000 for an animal welfare charity.

Polls are drawing to a close to elect the young parliamentarians of Camden who will influence the borough’s political present and future.

A Gospel Oak charity set up an emergency help centre on Monday (March 23) in response to coronavirus as its chief executive said: “we’ve never seen anything like this”.

A West Hampstead Tesco has marked out social distancing measures on its shopfloor to protect customers from coronavirus.

Police were called to the O2 Centre in Finchley Road on Friday morning after a streaker reportedly stole from its shops.

Barnet Council expects there will be “disruption to some services” due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

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