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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.

Homebuilding may be at a 30-year high, but experts say a rise in the number of long-term empty properties shows the wrong kind of housing is being built.

A burglar from Hackney has been convicted of murdering two pensioners in 1998 thanks to advances in DNA technology.

A team of health professionals from the Whittington who work with schools in Islington to make them more asthma friendly have won two top awards.

The NHS trust that runs the Whittington Hospital has apologised for the lengthy waits endured by patients using its recently outsourced transport system.

Architects will meet next week to draw up plans on how to drastically cut the built environment's carbon footprint.

Plans to redevelop Whittington Hospital's old Waterlow Building and replace it with a temporary educational facility will go before councillors next week.

Only three of the 29 London police stations due to be "disposed of" to raise funds after closing to the public two years ago have been sold, the Gazette can reveal.

David Stark has more Fab Four stories than most. As a lad he hung around outside the studios to catch a glimpse of the band - but over the years he would meet them all. He spoke to Sam Gelder to mark the legendary album's 50th anniversary today.

Children were distraught after being told their football sessions were being cancelled because the state-of-the-art facilities at a St John's Wood academy cannot be used on a Sunday.

Homeless people and those living below the poverty line enjoyed a day out at the seaside when a rail operator laid on free travel for their community group.

A new Cycleway in Camden was officially opened today linking Euston Road with Kentish Town.

A primary school has reassured parents their children will not be taught about Michael Jackson this year, after an "admin error" listed his music on the curriculum.

London may be in the grip of a housing crisis, but it has more than 67,000 homes with no permanent residents, according to government figures.

The mother of a man who died falling from the Archway Bridge is "ecstatic" that security measures have finally been installed after 18 years.

The NHS trust that runs the Whittington Hospital has named its new chair following the resignation of former Islington Council leader Steve Hitchins.

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.

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