Police are growing increasingly anxious over the welfare of a Camden teenager who hasn't been seen since August 9.

Camden Council has praised the borough's A-level cohort - who yesterday picked up their results.

Every student who applied to university from Haverstock School in Chalk Farm has got a place after a positive A-level results day.

"We pride ourselves on developing young people who will change the world. This faith is repaid by these amazing results."

There were "smiles all round" at King Alfred School in Golders Green today as the school digested a stellar set of A-level results which saw 92 per cent of students achieve A* to C grades.

More than half of students at South Hampstead High School (SHHS) opened their A-level results to find just A* or A grades.

Teachers and pupils at the LaSWAP sixth form consortium were thrilled with their exam results this year - and especially pleased to score well in new maths exams.

Firefighters were called to the a flat fire in Camden High Street this afternoon.

A-level results day at Camden School for Girls in Sandall Road saw students more than stand-up to the test set by new "harder" exams - with one successful teen off to Cambridge on the back of project researching sarin gas poisoning.

Just over five years ago West Hampstead almost lost its Post Office.

Charles Dickens' links to Camden are perhaps well-known.

The man who brought St Pancras station to a standstill in March by climbing onto the roof of a tunnel wrapped in a St George's flag has been jailed for a year.

Schoolchildren hoping to use the Mortimer Terrace Nature Reserve to learn about the environment remain in limbo more than two months after the sites owners changed the locks.

Not many summer holidays take in people smuggling, bloody rituals, dodging gunfire or spending time under house arrest.

Police investigating the killing of a teenager in the Regent's Park Estate last night have confirmed he was chased by a "number of suspects" and stabbed "a number of times".

Armed police brought Camden High Street to a standstill this evening as part of a "pre-planned" operation to arrest a suspected drug dealer.

Police have named the 94 year old man who died after being struck by a lorry in Finchley Road in April.

After a family friend had a heart attack on holiday and died, a Crouch End dentist was inspired to raise awareness of the importance of defibrillators in the community.

Independent shop owners in Primrose Hill have are worried about the state of the high street - as chain Joe and the Juice prepares to move in.

Police have linked a murder investigation to "an argument" that took place in Robert Street, near Regent's Park.

Visitors to Highgate Cemetery may have observed a haunted, glum look on the faces of volunteers this week.

Celebrated children's author Julia Donaldson had Hampstead's children on tenterhooks as she read from her yet-to-be-released new book the Smeds and the Smoos.

There's a new management team in place at Harris Academy St John's Wood.

Inventor Chris Turner has completed a crowdfunding drive and is now selling what he says is "the world's smallest" hand-held pollution monitor. The Crouch End dad was inspired to create the "BREATHE:Smart" device by the difficulty of monitoring the air quality around his young family.

A Queen's Park man has become the second person to be charged with the murder of Abdullahi Hassan in Boundary Road, St John's Wood.

Police have named the 20-year-old killed in South Hampstead last week as Abdullahi Hassan.

Haringey Council will take a tough line against any anti-LGTBQ+ education protests outside of its schools.

The Planning Inspectorate has blocked an appeal from developers hoping to build homes on a Temple Fortune tennis club.

A Maida Vale charity has celebrated picking up a prestigous local award and is now looking forward to "making even more of an impact" over the next 12 months.

Richard Ratcliffe is among a group of families to have begun a campaign for stronger laws protecting British citizens detained abroad.


Lindamood-Bell is offering students in north London the chance to improve their reading and comprehension with tailor-made programmes

Richard and Alan Myers look back through their history, from their founding in the Georgian era as rag recyclers to where they are now, selling mid-range carpets to the domestic market

Streathers Solicitors, with a number of offices across north London, has a team of highly experienced solicitors who offer a range of private client services.

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