The government has announced Camden, Haringey, Barnet and Westminster will all be in Tier 2 as part of the latest Covid-19 measures.

With the second lockdown putting more pressure on struggling families, the Highgate Newtown Community Centre (HNCC) is hoping a “reverse advent” campaign will help to support those in need as a tough winter continues.

Comprehensive plans to transform and update many of Highgate School’s buildings are moving forward with an 81-page masterplan currently out for consultation.

Councillors from all sides of the chamber were united in criticism of HS2 at Camden Council on Monday night.

After an attempted rape in East Finchley, police are calling for a man who intervened to protect the schoolgirl victim to come forward to help with their inquiries.

A man “fell from a height” in Hornsey on Saturday in an incident which saw the air ambulance scrambled.

Civic groups in Hampstead and Highgate are united in their opposition to the government’s much-maligned Planning for the Future White Paper.

Two Camden care homes are constructing “pods” in their gardens as they do all they can to help families visit loved ones as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

Labour leader and Holborn and St Pancras MP has backed active travel schemes like Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) and integrated cycle lanes.

Plans for a yoghurt delivery company looking to open in Heath Street remain shrouded in mystery after the company behind it withdrew an application for an alcohol licence.

Plans for cycle lanes in Haverstock Hill should be rethought in light of guidance released by the Department for Transport (DfT) last week, according to the opposition on Camden Council.

“We were absolutely furious.”

A motorcyclist has died in a collision in Mill Lane, West Hampstead.

Four ancient oak trees in Queen’s Wood will live on for at least the next year, Haringey Council has confirmed.

The Kenwood Ladies’ Pond Association (KLPA) is holding a competition to design its logo.

Camden’s policy of “precautionary pollarding” its street trees came under fire at a town hall scrutiny meeting on Monday evening.

Medics at the Royal Free are recruiting north Londoners to take part in a new trial of drugs which could treat Covid-19, while the hospital trust has also unveiled a new rainbow bench designed to pay tribute to key workers.

Healthwatch Camden and Camden Disability Action have released a report calling on local health authorities to make sure individuals with complex medical needs are at the heart of planning during the second Covid-19 wave.

Two Hampstead mums have created a range of stationery with the aim of changing the lives of children with dyslexia.

People living in the Redington Frognal conservation area are furious at Camden Council’s “overbearing attitude” towards tree surgery and pollarding.

“Squatters” breaking into the empty Hampstead police station led to the mass rave in Rosslyn Hill on Halloween, according to a senior police officer.

Don’t congregate in Primrose Hill or Regent’s Park to watch fireworks on November 5, warned the Royal Parks on Wednesday. With the new national lockdown beginning on Bonfire Night itself, bosses at the Royal Parks have taken pains to urge Londoners to avoid heading out in hope of seeing fireworks from Primrose Hill.

Halloween brought bad news for ZSL London – the zoo will be closed during the national second lockdown.

Highgate Newtown Community Centre has launched its winter food appeal – and hopes to raise enough money to feed those in need at Christmas.

“We wanted to make sure services were robust enough to withstand a second spike.”

GPs from Hampstead and Swiss Cottage are among those taking part in a public Q&A to explain how they’ve been coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

The old Hampstead Police station in Rosslyn Hill was the scene of an illegal Halloween rave on Saturday night.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has not been sent back to prison today – but her ordeal at the hands of Iranian authorities continues after the trial set for this morning was adjourned before she could give a defence.


Let’s get physical! One of the dangers of lockdown is to be lulled into laziness, watching too many box sets, and eating and drinking too much, but there is no excuse to not start exercising to get fit and stay healthy.

Collège Français Billngue de Londres in Kentish Town offers the best of French and English education to Nursery pupils through to Year 10.

UK Government Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced extra measures to support workers and businesses throughout winter, including a furlough scheme extension paying 80 per cent of staff wages.

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