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The planning inquiry determining the future of Abacus Belsize Primary School concluded on Thursday October 29, with Camden Council, a schools trust and a group of Hampstead residents continuing to argue over the impact of moving it into the old police station in Rosslyn Hill.

Nearly 150 people were found to be sleeping rough in Barnet when the coronavirus pandemic struck – significantly higher than the council’s estimate of 24.

When I speak to local residents in my ward, there is one issue raised over and over: the rush hour rat running along residential roads such as Winton Avenue and Crescent Road.

Yesterday, 16:44

A paediatric nurse from the Whittington has called on hospitals to better educate staff to tackle racial bias.

Yesterday, 15:43

Police seized a gun and ammunition during a proactive vehicle stop in St John’s Wood.

Yesterday, 15:09

Trixie Greenwood always loved baking, but after graduating university during the pandemic, an idea took shape: It was time to turn a hobby into a business.

Yesterday, 15:00

In synagogues the world over, Jewish communities are beginning another cycle of reading the Torah, or five books of Moses, starting from the story of the creation of the world.

Yesterday, 11:00

If you step out of Swiss Cottage station over the next month, you might just spot one of the Humans of Hilgrove.

Wed, 17:36

With easy connections to London and excellent academic and extra-curricular opportunities, Lincoln Minster School is an attractive choice outside of the capital

Wed, 17:07

The man who built an illegal “hide” underneath Hampstead Heath and lived there for months before being jailed for possessing a firearm has gone AWOL from an open prison in West Sussex.

Wed, 17:00

Volunteers from Muswell Hill Foodbank delivered lunch boxes for children on free school meals to 40 families this week.

Wed, 15:21

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been summoned to court in Iran –and warned to pack a bag for prison – just days after it was announced that a High Court hearing into the debt the UK owes Iran has been postponed again.

Wed, 15:00

Camden rapper and anti-racism campaigner Akala has been selected to represent the Royal Free Hospital by NHS London to mark Black History Month.

Wed, 14:00

Dr Andrew Szydlo is known for making things go bang on stage, beekeeping, fixing cars and playing his violin at unusual moments.

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

Haringey Borough manager Tom Loizou is hunting for a striker to help them convert more of their chances after a tough week.

12:00

When somebody mentions Kelly Smith Arsenal Women and English football fans automatically come up with one word legend.

09:00

Mikel Arteta has told his Arsenal fringe players they have worked their way into contention for Sunday’s clash with Manchester United after a strong Europa League showing in the win over Dundalk.

Etcetera

Delayed exhibition at Freud’s former home sees six student artists respond to the theme of their personal journey through the melancholic state

Roy Andersson’s latest is all filler, no killer, but its refined vision is a pure distillation of humanity.

Kerstin takes inspiration from her upstairs neighbour Medyan and his family’s restaurant in Willesden Green to cook two Syrian specialities

Yesterday, 19:49

Almodovar’s lockdown project is a half hour English language monologue about Tilda Switon’s jilted lover that feels like an exercise in acting for acting’s sake

Yesterday, 19:47

Follow up to zombie classic Train To Busan is sentimental, with brain dead plotting annoying characters and too much CGI

Wed, 19:32

Emma Bartholomew experiences a socially isolated holiday in a spot that has been at the centre of Greek mythology for thousands of years.

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With easy connections to London and excellent academic and extra-curricular opportunities, Lincoln Minster School is an attractive choice outside of the capital

With winter fast approaching, it is now more important than ever for us all to carry on following COVID-19 precautions to help stop the spread of the virus by always observing the three-tier local restrictions and remembering three key words – Hands, Face, Space.

The NHS COVID-19 app can make a real difference to how we all tackle the pandemic, protecting our loved ones and those most at risk from coronavirus. Everyone aged 16 and over across England and Wales can download the app for free and play their part in combating the pandemic.

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