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With Black Lives Matter protests spreading from the USA around the world, Haringey’s community safety chief said it was “imperative” that political leaders took the concerns of demonstrators seriously.

Groups in Highgate and Crouch End took a knee on Wednesday in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters around the world.

Camden Council says it is clamping down on contraband Calippos as it prepares to introduce an “experimental” licensing system for ice cream vans “in the coming weeks”.

The UK prides itself on having the world’s finest health service, yet we only support it with a fraction of the GDP devoted by our continental neighbours or the USA.

Four young people have been charged with offences including assaulting police officers after the mass brawl on Hampstead Heath on Tuesday evening.

Camden Council lit up its King’s Cross HQ in purple light on Tuesday night in a show of solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters worldwide and to highlight the “systemic racism” that costs Black lives.

A tiny cut to a varicose vein led to the death of a man in an Hornsey flat after an argument last December, the Old Bailey heard.

Tenants struggling to financially survive during the coronavirus pandemic are facing a “cliff edge” and must not be kicked out of their homes, says the Hornsey and Wood Green MP.

Two people escaped “serious injury” after a car collided with traffic lights in Alexandra Palace Way on Monday night – less than seven hours before the road was closed to tackle “dangerous driving”.

The Castlehaven Community Association (CCA) has launched a new food bank hub and appeal to help it support those suffering amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Network Rail has asked the artist behind the controversial mural on West Hampstead’s Thameslink bridge to remove a “portion of it” featuring lettering which says “Through Art We Rise”.

At least six people have been arrested after a fight erupted on Hampstead Heath on Tuesday evening as tens of police officers tackled a ‘100-strong’ scrum of youngsters.

Children at some primary schools in Hampstead and Highgate returned to the classroom on Tuesday for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown as safety measures begin to ease.

Toff’s fish and chips shop made an emotional return in Muswell Hill today (June 2) to continue the “legacy” of its late owner George Georgiou who died from coronavirus.

The ban on new eviction proceedings against those renting “simply must be extended” according to Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 18:12

Four young people have been charged with offences including assaulting police officers after the mass brawl on Hampstead Heath on Tuesday evening.

Yesterday, 13:14

A tiny cut to a varicose vein led to the death of a man in an Hornsey flat after an argument last December, the Old Bailey heard.

Tue, 19:56

At least six people have been arrested after a fight erupted on Hampstead Heath on Tuesday evening as tens of police officers tackled a ‘100-strong’ scrum of youngsters.

Health

Yesterday, 08:00

The Castlehaven Community Association (CCA) has launched a new food bank hub and appeal to help it support those suffering amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Tue, 17:00

The ban on new eviction proceedings against those renting “simply must be extended” according to Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq.

Environment

Tue, 20:00

Network Rail has asked the artist behind the controversial mural on West Hampstead’s Thameslink bridge to remove a “portion of it” featuring lettering which says “Through Art We Rise”.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

A West Hampstead artist defended the divisive mural which appeared on the area’s Thameslink bridge.

Politics

13:46

Groups in Highgate and Crouch End took a knee on Wednesday in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters around the world.

Camden Council says it is clamping down on contraband Calippos as it prepares to introduce an “experimental” licensing system for ice cream vans “in the coming weeks”.

Yesterday, 12:57

Tenants struggling to financially survive during the coronavirus pandemic are facing a “cliff edge” and must not be kicked out of their homes, says the Hornsey and Wood Green MP.

Education

Tue, 19:00

Children at some primary schools in Hampstead and Highgate returned to the classroom on Tuesday for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown as safety measures begin to ease.

Friday, May 22, 2020

Highgate School’s headteacher donned his spikes on Friday morning to run a marathon around the school’s playing fields – and he raised more than £60,000 which will help provide laptops for Year 12 pupils at nearby state schools.

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Camden Council’s education chief has backed schools in the borough to use their own expertise and make their own decisions about reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Heritage

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

Haringey Council was forced to hurriedly fix some badly drawn double yellow lines on the roads in Highgate this week.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Barnet and Camden councils are among those encouraging residents to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day and the end of the Second World War at home.

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