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About 80 firefighters are tackling a blaze at a shop in Clerkenwell Road.

Police have finally issued an appeal to trace a hit and run driver who reversed over a 12-year-old girl, moved her onto the pavement and then sped off.

It's finally over. Three years of nightmare journeys on the Gospel Oak to Barking London Overground line should be done with after regular service resumed today.

GPs could soon be referring people for exercise in Camden's parks under a project designed to get more people active.

"That's when I was asked to take Osho out on the lake. For me it was a very special honour. We actually created a second lake by building a dam. From a dry, arid desert the place became an oasis."

A former cafe owner and hairdresser has proved you're never too old to learn after qualifying as a mental health nurse at the age of 66.

The benefits reading can have on mental health were highlighted at an NHS event to mark World Book Night.

A man has been arrested over a string of sexual assaults on lone women in Archway, Crouch End, Hornsey and Stroud Green.

Two Westminster men have been charged with murdering Zahir Visiter, who was stabbed to death in St John's Wood on Thursday.

A student protest outside an Archway school yesterday has proved a partial success after the school vowed to address some of their concerns - including a review of sixth formers' dress-code and an end to compulsory study time.

The victim of a fatal stabbing in Kentish Town last night has been named as Calvin Bungisa.

The man stabbed to death near Regent's Park Mosque on Thursday evening has been named as 25-year-old Zahir Visitor of Westminster.

Dozens of St Aloysius College students have been protesting outside the school this morning because they are "fed up with the administration", lack of staff and strict new rules.

Artwork created by a mental health patient is now being displayed at the NHS centre where she was treated in the hope of inspiring others.

Police have arrested a man in Archway after a woman in her 60s was admitted to hospital with serious injuries.

Police have played down fears about a "fake snack bar" being sold to kids in Highgate that causes them to be "violently sick and have severe hallucinations".

The Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line will be halving its train frequency later this month - because of a lack of trains.

A minister has labelled rumours his Archway church is going to be turned into a mosque as "fake news".

An 18-year-old woman is seriously injured after falling from the Archway Bridge yesterday afternoon.

Transport chiefs want help designing a major cycle route connecting Tottenham Hale to Camden via Seven Sisters Road.

The "impending collapse" of the Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line has been averted and passengers will get a free month's travel once the delayed new trains finally arrive.

This man is wanted by police over a string of sexual offences against four women on buses in Hackney, Islington and Camden.

Rail passengers have issued a "crisis bulletin" warning of the "impending collapse" of the Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line due to its trains all being removed.

Barnet and Camden's London Assembly member Andrew Dismore will not contest his seat at next year's election.

A mental health patient at the Whittington climbed onto the roof and fell through the window of a ward, injuring another patient's family member.

A pioneering housing model founded on the belief that a home is a basic human right is helping 44 people in Camden.

A 55-year-old woman who was hit by a car in Hornsey High Street on Thursday has died.

A detective working in Islington has been sacked after he admitted stalking someone.

Eastenders actor and Celebrity Masterchef winner John Partridge will be switching on the Archway Christmas lights.

A Hampstead school has scrapped a pilot project that saw commercial helicopters landing on its playing fields after neighbours complained it was causing "quite a riot".

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