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13:20

Cricket clubs using Paddington Rec have been left baffled by booking fees after confusion over new prices for 2020.

10:53

Haringey Council is considering building council homes in the heart of Muswell Hill and on a YMCA-occupied site in Hornsey.

Yesterday, 16:30

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

Yesterday, 14:11

Richard Ratcliffe said there was "no breakthrough" with regard to Nazanin's case during a Downing Street meeting with Boris Johnson to discuss efforts to free her from Iranian prison.

Yesterday, 13:09

Voting has opened for the prize of best London Farmers Market, with Camden stalls in the running.

Yesterday, 13:00

Passengers on the Barking to Gospel Oak line are facing days of disruption after a freight train derailed and damaged the track.

Yesterday, 12:50

Four Ladies' Pond swimmers are preparing to brave the cold January waters of Parliament Hill Lido as part of a fundraiser for homelessness charity Crisis.

As the now inevitable Brexit leaving day rapidly approaches at the end of January, so just some of the negative consequences are already starting to show, even before the detailed talks as to the UK's future relationship have hardly begun.

Yesterday, 11:33

Barnet residents will have to pay £70 to dispose their green bin waste in a move labelled a "garden tax" by opposition councillors.

Yesterday, 11:13

Westminster Council has elected Cllr Rachael Robathan as its new leader.

Yesterday, 08:30

Holocaust Memorial Day is always important and poignant.

Yesterday, 08:00

"I think schools are facing a real storm at the moment, an existential storm."

This week, Camden councillors came together to debate and pass a motion on antisemitism in the wake of the vile graffiti plastered on all of Hampstead's walls a month ago.

Wed, 16:10

The future of Carlton Primary School in Gospel Oak will be decided in April, according to Camden's education chief.

Wed, 15:16

A man has been jailed for six months after being caught with a Stanley knife while sleeping rough outside King's Cross station.

Sport

08:28

Former Saracens chairman Nigel Wray has apologised for "the heartache that I have caused" following publication of a damning report into the disgraced English champions' salary cap breaches.

08:00

Wingate & Finchley are still looking to strengthen their squad as they bid to pull away from the Isthmian League Premier Division relegation zone.

Yesterday, 13:59

There are no British singles representatives in the third round of the Australian Open for the second straight year after defeats for Hampstead's Harriet Dart and Fed Cup teammate Heather Watson.

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Yesterday, 10:10

As it celebrates 194 years of working for animals, the Zoological Society of London's fundraising director finds hope for the new decade in its many conservation projects around the world

Wed, 15:08

Travelling exhibition asks vital questions of historical perspective by examining images and accounts of the Holocaust from the viewpoint of perpetrators and victims

Wed, 15:00

Scores of canvases that have been left out in the tropical rainforest hang from every surface of the Hampstead gallery as part of a timely exhibition that higlights the connection between civilisation and a threatened ecological environment

Wed, 13:01

The trade off between security and liberty is tested in Al Blyth's spy thriller about GCHQ intelligence officers running surveillance on an investigative journalist

Wed, 08:55

Landry pulls back from heartbreak to deliver his best record yet.

Tue, 14:11

Politically charged 'gig theatre' mashes up grime rap with a fable about a working class black boy who wins a private school scholarship is raw, vital, sometimes crass, but keeps you hooked

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