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Yesterday, 18:42

Peace was brokered in Highgate this afternoon after a parking stand-off saw a resident refuse to move out of the way of a lorry towing away his Porsche.

Yesterday, 17:12

Muswell Hill councillor Julia Ogiehor told Guildford Crown Court this week that she had been subjected to a racist “tirade” while on a Northern Line tube in June 2019.

Yesterday, 15:40

A Hampstead mum and daughter are walking 1,000 kilometres together in a charity fundraiser to break down the stigma attached to autism.

Yesterday, 14:29

A retired journalist from north London has raised almost £1,000 for the British Red Cross’ Miles for Refugees appeal.

Yesterday, 12:24

A Hampstead wine enthusiast put his passion to good use raising funds for the Red Cross Beirut Emergency Appeal with a socially distanced Oenophile’s Journey With Chateau Musar on Sunday.

Yesterday, 09:58

Elderly Maida Vale residents and a local councillor are rallying against the “crackers” closure of Barclays bank in Elgin Avenue.

Yesterday, 09:54

The Royal Free Hospital is running a Covid-19 vaccine trial and looking for north Londoners to sign up.

Mon, 16:01

Fitter people are dying from Covid-19 at the same rate as people with underlying health conditions once they are over the age of 70, a Camden study has found.

Mon, 14:49

The festive spirit is already alive in Muswell Hill after traders and residents clubbed together to raise £5,000 for its Christmas tree in St James Square.

Mon, 14:45

More than 70 NHS doctors have called on the Prime Minister to pull the plug on plans to build a new incinerator to burn all of north London’s waste, claiming he could save more lives than they all would in their entire careers if he prevents the toxic emissions it would belch out.

Mon, 12:39

“What if we could be 10% braver? Then we would have young people going out into the world ready to take on whatever life throws at them.”

Sunday, September 27, 2020

A person remains in hospital after an incident on the track at Archway Underground on Sunday.

Sunday, September 27, 2020

“Our current focus is on reconnecting physically with one another and with the broader community around us - regaining confidence to meet up, to do so safely, but also meaningfully.”

Sunday, September 27, 2020

A social enterprise is making use of surplus fruit to make non-alcoholic cocktails with a conscience.

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

Property

Friday, September 11, 2020

We take a look around the newly renovated Hampstead home of Carly Madhvani, founder of interior design studio, NW3 Interiors

Sport

Yesterday, 22:11

Tottenham made light of their gruelling schedule as they knocked Chelsea out of the Carabao Cup on penalties.

Yesterday, 15:00

Arsenal Women’s goalkeeper Fran Stenson has signed a new long term contract at the club.

Mon, 14:09

Jose Mourinho has blamed the EFL for not giving Tottenham a chance of fighting for Carabao Cup success and believes his squad will be hit by injury as they face three games in five days.

Etcetera

Mon, 10:34

Two couples who met at University have taken on the corner site in South End Road and sourced quality, local and sustainable suppliers

Mon, 07:56

Britain’s feted heroes return with another slab of searing social commentary and seismic rock.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Heath Street auctioneers Dawsons achieved a superb result when the late Valerie Cook’s collection of Moorcroft pottery went under the hammer this week

Friday, September 25, 2020

Set amid the squats of Haggerston, Come Down Heavy is a moving tale of a friendship between two women living chaotic lives and has been nominated for the BBC National Short Story Award with Cambridge University

Friday, September 25, 2020

With audiences seated at socially distanced tables, month-long Live at Ally Pally also includes gigs by DJ Sasha and The Comet is Coming, and theatre by Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare,

Friday, September 25, 2020

In the front room of a former pottery shop in Hampstead lie 28 wooden theatre seats from 1930s Prague. They have witnessed Nazi occupation, Soviet troops quashing a revolution and the celebrations that met the fall of the Iron Curtain.

Now the rows lie empty once again. This time because of a pandemic.

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