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Outpatients at both the Royal Free Hospital and University College Hospital (UCH) are "often confused" upon leaving routine outpatient appointments - as they don't know what they're do next.

Scotland Yard are looking for three men in connection with an assault in a Camden Town bar.

Two men have been acquitted of murder charges relating to the fatal stabbing of South Hampstead man Cabdullahi Hassan last July.

Plans to turn the Best Western-owned Palm Hotel in Childs Hill into a mammoth 115-bed shared home have been met with anger.

A "cowardly killer" committed "execution-style" murders of an aunt and her nephew in East Finchley as part of a "deliberate and targeted attack on the household", the Old Bailey heard.

YMCA North London are encouraging kind-hearted locals to support a fundraising 'Sleep Easy' to raise awareness of the difficulties of homelessness.

It may have looked as though children at Highgate Primary had forgotten how to get dressed last week, but that could not have been further from the truth.

In January the London Scottie Club visited the Heath as part of their mission to take over the city's green spaces.

A Pc who admitted gross misconduct has been given a written warning after colliding with a man and seriously injuring him at the end of a high speed chase in Golders Green.

Celebrate Valentine's Day by taking your best four-legged friend to the Heath for the charity All Dogs Matter's annual walk.

Another site in the Vale of Health has been saved from developers after the planning inspectorate rejected a plan to build seven permanent static caravans after a three-year long dispute.

A grassroots business campaign has voiced its concerns about some of the more "extreme" plans mooted as part of the Liveable Crouch End scheme.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) could ban swimming on the Heath "at any time" if bosses don't show "meaningful engagement" with safety advice it has given.

Plans for tighter road safety measures outside of an East Finchley school moved a step closer this week.

Two men threatened to "kill" Arsenal star Mesut Ozil and defile his mother as they confronted his security guards outside of his Platt's Lane home in Hampstead, a court has heard.

"I think we are already proving that sadly the demand is there. It's been quite scary how many people really need help."

Hampstead Heath's bathing ponds are used more than twice as much as they were a decade ago, according to stats released by the City of London Corporation (CoLC).

From 2020, Camden will have an extra councillor after the Local Government Boundary Commission (LGBCE) released its final recommendations for redrawing the borough's ward patterns.

A bitter row over who would stand for the Conservative Party in Hampstead Town at the 2018 local elections made it to the High Court last week.

Less than a month after a "fireball" ripped through a Hornsey church, its minister and a number of volunteers successfully opened its night shelter for the homeless.

Camden Council has announced a new ten-year contract with the company which manages its leisure centres.

Despite spending seven hours in an Tube tunnel and being driven over by 250 trains, a Tufnell Park cat was somehow saved by Transport for London (TfL) staff on Wednesday.

A West Hampstead man has been jailed - along with two accomplices - for his part in an armed raid on "a rival gang's cannabis factory".

After meeting Boris Johnson about Nazanin's case for the first time since he became prime minister, Richard Ratcliffe said he has again pushed for the British government to "do more to solve" the situation.

As part of a city-wide focus on violent crime, police across Camden spent Friday afternoon searching for weapons in the borough's parks and estates.

The swimming community on Hampstead Heath has been split by news the City of London Corporation (CoLC) is reviewing arrangements for taking a dip.

Campaigners criticised the government's continuing refusal to pay compensation to those affected by the contaminated blood scandal.

With a Hampstead pub primed to take on the local Business Improvement District (BID) in the High Court on Wednesday, a number of business owners are stepping up a campaign for the BID's abolishment.

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