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Yesterday, 17:30

Staff at the O2 Centre in Finchley Road are struggling to turn off floodlights which - thanks to a mechanical malfunction - have been permanently on for at least "a number of weeks".

Yesterday, 16:04

There's a new figure at the top of Haringey police.

Yesterday, 15:27

Choosing A-level courses for some is easy if you know what you want to do at university or for a career, but for others who are less decisive about their future path, it's important to choose subjects that will keep options open.

Yesterday, 14:06

Troubled restaurant Cafe Hampstead abruptly closed earlier this week.

Yesterday, 13:20

A former Hampstead solicitor said he thought somebody was "pulling my leg" when he got a phone call to say he was being given the Austrian Decoration of Merit.

Yesterday, 09:56

When children participate in sports and activities, they get good exercise and learn life-long habits of keeping mentally and physically fit.

Yesterday, 09:36

Firefighters were called to a fire in an office at the Royal Free Hospital in the early hours of this morning.

Thu, 17:00

From Saturday, the Friends of the Parkland Walk have a bumper set of events planned as part of the city-wide London National Park City Festival.

Thu, 16:30

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

The "evil" man who killed Muswell Hill mum-of-one Cathy Burke a month before murdering Stroud Green woman Iuliana Tudos in Finsbury Park has been handed his second life sentence.

Thu, 14:38

Westminster Council has defended its policy of selling off "unsuitable" council homes after opposition councillors criticised the "unacceptable" policy.

Councillors get all kinds of questions from members of the public. Believe me, you don't want to know some of them. But while councillors take most in their stride, I was taken aback by one posed at the recent South End Green Festival.

Thu, 10:35

Visitors to the Peltz Gallery over the next week will get the chance to see life through the lens of Year 12 Fortismere School students, as their work goes on display.

As chairman of the City Hall fire, resilience and emergency planning committee, I'm becoming increasingly concerned about the government's snail paced efforts over fire safety.

Thu, 08:30

One of the tenets of Extinction Rebellion's manifesto is that individuals are not to blame for the royal mess leaders and lobbyists have made of our planet's future.

Sport

Yesterday, 16:30

Steve Clark's team have played Hemel Hempstead Town, Hendon and Aldershot Town over the past week

Yesterday, 16:05

Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney has been the subject of two rejected bids from Arsenal, with a third bid believed to be on the way. With the aggressive nature of Arsenal's hunt for the Scotland international, what do we currently know about him? How will he fit into the squad? Who will be affected by his potential arrival?

Yesterday, 15:31

Vitality Blast South Division: Middlesex (166-3) beat Essex (164-6) by seven wickets

Etcetera

Thu, 15:46

The Holloway children's author translates the surreal and silly world of Lamonic Bibber into a stage musical

Thu, 14:52

Peter Schaffer's 1970s homoerotic play about a boy who blinds horses gets a precise and exhilirating revival

Wed, 13:46

Ricky Wilson and his wholesome collective of jolly moshpit makers are back for a seventh LP

Wed, 13:00

A weekend of free parties, events, discussions and performances marks the youth arts charity's ongoing 40th birthday celebratons

Wed, 12:52

A perfect summer evening saw a well acted performance of George Bernard Shaw's romantic satire of war and social status

Mon, 17:00

Overegged but fun revival proves Rice and Lloyd Webber's biblical classic is indestructible

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