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Yesterday, 09:00

It's June 17. A baking hot Brussels afternoon. For Camden councillor Luisa Porritt, it's like the first day of school all over again.

Fri, 18:14

Police are growing increasingly anxious over the welfare of a Camden teenager who hasn't been seen since August 9.

Fri, 14:47

The latest company behind Cafe Hampstead owed more than £36,000 to the taxman when it closed its doors in July, the Ham&High can reveal.

Fri, 14:24

Police officers in Hampstead have warned people to be more alert when walking through Hampstead with their earphones in, after an attempted knifepoint moped mugging last night.

Fri, 11:44

Haringey Council has insisted it has no plans to overhaul parking restrictions in Crouch End, despite setting aside £50,000 for it earlier this summer.

Fri, 10:34

Camden Council has praised the borough's A-level cohort - who yesterday picked up their results.

Fri, 08:11

Three people have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old in Camden on Monday.

Headteachers at Camden's top private and state schools have backed calls for an overhaul of the university application system, so pupils apply after they have their results.

Thu, 17:38

Harris Academy St John's Wood has a new senior management team in post, and they had some incredible A-level success stories to celebrate.

Thu, 17:25

Every student who applied to university from Haverstock School in Chalk Farm has got a place after a positive A-level results day.

Thu, 17:02

"We pride ourselves on developing young people who will change the world. This faith is repaid by these amazing results."

Thu, 16:30

There were "smiles all round" at King Alfred School in Golders Green today as the school digested a stellar set of A-level results which saw 92 per cent of students achieve A* to C grades.

Thu, 16:00

The head of Henrietta Barnett school in Hampstead Garden Suburb has paid tribute to its cohort of students, on a day where 70 per cent of A-level grades achieved by pupils were A* or A grades.

Thu, 15:48

More than half of students at South Hampstead High School (SHHS) opened their A-level results to find just A* or A grades.

Thu, 14:27

Nearly 60 per cent of pupils at UCS Hampstead got at least three A or A* grades, as the school in Frognal celebrates a set of bumper results.

Sport

12:22

England's women put in a clinical display to get off to the perfect start in their EuroHockey Championships with victory over Ireland.

08:54

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola bemoaned a lack of consistency after VAR denied his side a last-gasp winner against Tottenham.

Yesterday, 20:16

Manchester City dropped their first Premier League points of the season in a 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

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Fri, 10:50

David Tobin is in a reflective mood. "In an age where digital information proliferates," he is saying, "we have found it is still possible to make a living selling carefully-selected, good quality and in-the-main inexpensive books."

Friday, August 9, 2019

Following Jesus Christ Superstar's resurrection, another Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical gets the Park treatment.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

It didn't take long for mezzo Beth Moxon and soprano Luci Briginshaw to remind the audience of St Michael's terrific acoustic.

Monday, August 5, 2019

A few years ago there was a revival of interest in Frank Hurley's remarkable black and white images of the Boy's Own sounding Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition.

Friday, August 2, 2019

From Beyonce to Chewbacca, Wembley's cavernous 2,000 seat Troubadour Theatre has a long history of film and TV making, writes Bridget Galton.

Friday, August 2, 2019

As their name suggests, Ridiculous aren't taking themselves too seriously - and if you weren't sure where they hail from, the lyric "who wants to be a millionaire," might give away their Hampstead stock.

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