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A nurse fighting coronavirus had the bike she uses to get to work stolen while she popped into Waitrose in Holloway Road after her shift.

Seven north London have reaffirmed their support for a new waste incinerator in Edmonton after calls from Extinction Rebellion for the project to be paused over soaring costs.

A fundraiser has been launched to support members of the Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities who have lost loved ones to coronavirus.

Islington and Camden’s cemeteries are to reopen with social distancing measures following a council U-turn.

Vans with loudspeakers were out in Haringey’s parks over the bank holiday weekend telling people to “go home” if they were not exercising.

The government has been urged to take advantage of more than 100,000 homes in the capital that could be lying empty to house frontline workers tackling coronavirus.

Youth work is a vital tool used to support teenagers whether they are vulnerable, at risk of going down the wrong path or simply need help with homework.

A new online tool has been launched to help communities find out which small businesses are providing vital supplies in their area during the coronavirus lockdown.

A&E workers at the Whittington Hospital were brought to tears by the outpouring of support across the UK on Thursday night – and have now responded with their own message.

An iconic King’s Cross comedy club is selling “pay it forward” gift vouchers that can be cashed in for future shows.

The top cop in Islington and Camden has told the “supposedly mature adults” ignoring social distancing guidelines to start listening so his officers don’t have to waste their time dishing out fines.

A Hampstead dental charity is sending out toothbrushes and toothpaste to care homes and homeless shelters to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

A charity that supports over 50s from LGBTQ+ communities has launched an emergency crowdfunder so it can train volunteers to use its telefriending service during the coronavirus pandemic.

Camden’s Voices Choir sung to the world on BBC World Service after their virtual choir video went viral this week.

A group of primary education workers have gone viral after setting up an Instagram page to help entertain children during lockdown.

A Camden Town man is asking people now working from home to donate cash saved by not commuting to gig economy workers who have lost income.

Hundreds of community support groups have been launched across the country as neighbours offer support to one another during the coronavirus outbreak.

An Archway secondary school has reassured parents and carers there is nothing to worry about after asking a member of staff to self-isolate.

There are two confirmed cases of coronavirus in Camden, Public Health England (PHE) has revealed.

A serving Met officer has been arrested in north London on suspicion of being a member of a right-wing terrorist organisation.

NHS hospital trusts have discussed taking action against courier giant DHL, which has been subject to endless complaints since taking over patient transport services in September.

A much-needed Cycleway linking Tottenham and Camden is a year behind schedule, transport bosses have confirmed.

A hit and run driver who left a Kentish Town cyclist with “catastrophic” injuries he would later die of is facing jail.

A homeless shelter complete with support services and a dedicated women’s worker has opened on the site of the old Holloway Prison visitors’ centre.

A man has been jailed for six months after being caught with a Stanley knife while sleeping rough outside King’s Cross station.

A food co-op project launched on a Kentish Town estate has sparked a nationwide movement in the wake of the General Election result.

The New River is neither new, nor a river. Built when Shakespeare was alive, the aqueduct is Thames Water’s oldest man-made asset, pre-dating some of London’s more famous historic sites like Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral by decades.

Members of a new homeless outreach group launched in response to Finsbury Park’s rough sleeper problem were “humbled” after a successful first food drive on New Year’s Day.

A coroner has told police and health bosses to improve their communication after a mental health patient from St Pancras Hospital was found dead after going AWOL.

Planned cuts to mental health supported housing services will strip away vital care for some of the most vulnerable people in Camden and Islington, according to a health expert.

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