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Bosses at Muswell Hill Golf Club confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that they would no longer ‘consider the culling of foxes as a solution’ to increased numbers of the creatures on the club’s land.

Alexandra Palace is facing a financial hole of at least £1 million this year as the economic toll of coronavirus on the arts and culture industry deepens.


The grounds of Kenwood House are to be reopened to the public on May 27.


The Dartmouth Park Neighbourhood Forum has voiced concerns that the plan for the demolition of Highgate Newtown Community Centre will have be too noisy and cause safety issues in the vicinity of the development.

Yesterday, 19:23

A Kentish Town woman says she feels “violated” after she was racially abused by a group of young men as she walked through Hampstead Heath on Sunday evening to celebrate Eid.

Like many open spaces, Hampstead Heath is enjoying a resurgence of wildlife in this pandemic.

Yesterday, 16:32

Hackney, Camden and Barnet Councils are working with the government on the new ‘test and trace’ coronavirus system.

Yesterday, 16:24

Eid celebrations in Iran could finally herald Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s release from prison – with husband Richard hoping for news of clemency within the “next ten to twenty days”.

Nando’s is set to reopen 94 of its restaurants for delivery and collection after closing sites in the face of the coronavirus lockdown.

Yesterday, 15:00

A Muswell Hill photographer is collecting snapshots of what lockdown life means to families around north London as part of a charity project.

Yesterday, 14:11

North London MPs – and Crouch End’s fancy dress ‘plague doctor’ – were scathing after the prime minister’s chief advisor Dominic Cummings was forced to explain why he had travelled from Islington to County Durham during lockdown.

Yesterday, 14:05

A Hampstead Garden Suburb girl has been broadcast singing her heart out in a national TV advert.

Yesterday, 12:03

A wildcat spotted in the ‘Billionaires’ Row’ area sparked a police response before officers concluded it did not pose a threat to the public.

Yesterday, 08:03

Police are appealing for help finding the “calculating and callous” criminals who tied up a delivery driver in Primrose Hill before stealing more than 40 expensive watches.

Friday, May 22, 2020

Haringey’s children’s services team was responsible for a “litany of failure” in a child protection case involving a disabled boy, according to a High Court judge.


55 minutes ago

The owner of cricket ball manufacturer Dukes says bowlers should have ‘no problem’ producing swing in England this summer despite the imminent ban on using saliva.


The Premier League has held talks with sports technology company STATSports to help shape training sessions ahead of the move to contact training.


Former Rugby Football Union chief executive Francis Baron believes a ‘Coronavirus Cup of World Rugby’ next summer could significantly ease the economic hardship facing the global game because of the pandemic.


Friday, May 22, 2020

Podcast chats between artistic director Rupert Goold and the likes of Smith, Tobias Menzies and Indira Varma are keeping the memory of theatre alive during lockdown

Friday, May 22, 2020

East Finchley artist Louisa Albani has turned the moment the novelist concieved To The Lighthouse into an illustrated pamphlet with excerpts from her writings

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Alexandra Palace joins forces with Little Inventors to launch a wildlife challenge for budding young designers.

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Organisers are planning a week of activities and asking for residents to contribute a poem, a photograph or a craft to a community portrait of ‘lockdown life’

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Alex Perez-Davies is cooking up the comfort food in his kitchen and delivering locally by bike

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

This 2013 sci-fi dystopia by the Parasite director has a unique vision and a compelling pace


The Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak.

People working for a wide range of private companies have been standing side-by-side with public sector staff on the front line during the coronavirus outbreak.

The United Kingdom is pulling together as one, with people from all regions and all four nations of the country helping each other through the coronavirus pandemic.

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