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Police who seized nearly £1 million cash stashed in shoe boxes and bags from a Haringey home arrested a man on Tuesday.

Alexandra Palace is facing a financial hole of at least £1 million this year as the economic toll of coronavirus on the arts and culture industry deepens.

A Kentish Town woman says she feels “violated” after she was racially abused by a group of young men as she walked through Hampstead Heath on Sunday evening to celebrate Eid.

A legendary Camden Town pensioner celebrated his 100th birthday on Wednesday (May 20) with a special family lock-in at his favourite pub.

Haringey Council is co-leading a London-wide partnership expected to source 48 million items of PPE during the coronavirus pandemic.

A historic Kentish Town pub and live music venue is calling on community support to stave off closure.

An Archway woman donned in homemade scrubs including an Ikea bag and a shower cap is using the weekly clap for carers to demand improved PPE for health workers.

West Hampstead pupils have recorded a touching tribute song for a much-loved care home worker who died last month from coronavirus.

A fleet of volunteer bikers are delivering life-saving medical devices from the Royal Free to the homes of vulnerable coronavirus patients across London.

A Hampstead school is delivering weekly donations to a stretched food bank dealing with a spike in demand from the coronavirus crisis.

A 23-year-old man has been arrested after a pensioner suffered a broken leg from an unprovoked attack aboard a Camden bus.

“We hope after all this is over we’re going to be a society that cares more for each other and that doesn’t just walk by when someone’s in a crisis.”

HS2 bosses have been “blindsided by contact with reality” with the project “badly off course”, according to MPs.

A Camden man has admitted exploiting the coronavirus crisis by sending hoax texts to defraud vulnerable people during the pandemic.

Haringey Council has now funded 73 per cent of small business grants after last month holding one of the worst payment rates in London.

The government’s bailout of TfL will “hit the capital’s poorest the hardest”, says London Assembly member Murad Qureshi.

“This is about community helping community – everybody is in this together.”

The famous ‘Piper of Hampstead Heath’ who fought a ‘David vs Goliath battle’ for the right to play his beloved bagpipes has died.

An inspired couple are cycling “from London to Sicily” out of their Hampstead home to fundraise and say thank you to a northwest London hospital.

Firefighters tackled a blaze in St John’s Wood on Thursday which “involved a sauna”.

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

Camden Council has warned the loosening of lockdown restrictions around exercise does not mean “party time”.

Camden Council’s youth offending service was rated ‘outstanding’ on Monday and among the best in the country.

Police are appealing for witnesses over the welfare of a “distressed” woman who was reportedly forced into a car in Hornsey on Monday night.

Hampstead Volunteer Corps (HVC) has given 24 tablets and iPads to intensive care patients at the Royal Free Hospital as part of its latest donation drive.

The daughter of an “exceptional” St John’s Wood nurse who died after contracting Covid-19 has urged people to stick to the government’s original rule of staying home to save lives.

A “courageous” and “elegant” Hornsey woman with a “stong moral compass” has died aged 76.

Camden is introducing road safety measures encouraging walking and cycling to improve social distancing.

Two men have been charged after a gun, three kilograms of cocaine and £25,000 in cash was found in a Hornsey flat.

A row has erupted over Haringey Council’s postponement of its AGM to next May – a move slammed by the opposition who say “coronavirus isn’t an excuse to dilute democracy”.

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