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Jamie Brown, of Archant’s Local Impact initiative, explains why all businesses need their own website

History buff John Leo Waters runs the Archway Revisited Facebook group, where people share their memories of the area. Here he recounts Mr Van Hooydonk’s journey from Brussels to Islington, Hampstead and Highgate at the turn of the last century.

Transport for London has attempted to breathe new life into the dusty remains of CS11 and said it will build the Camden section of the route.

A Chalk Farm woman is furious after living with an “earth-shaking” noise coming from her radiators for over three years.

Children will have the chance to try on police uniform and spend a day in the cells, as Hornsey Police Station is opened up for its annual open day.

A man is critically injured in hospital after an incident on a building site in Crouch End.

Families will have the chance to go on a bear hunt this weekend, at Highgate Literary and Scientific Institute’s children’s book fair.

What we see at Camden Civic Society through reading the planning requests sent to our local government is profit to the rich at the expense of ordinary people.

Westminster Council has stumped up a small fee to end a dispute with a sub-contractor that meant 8,000 street lights were left on 24/7 last week – including in St John’s Wood and Maida Vale.

Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck was only 19 when he died on the streets of Wood Green last month from multiple stab wounds.

As King’s Cross charity New Horizon Youth Centre continues its crusade against youth homelessness, its latest plans include making sure Londoners remember April Fool’s Day isn’t always funny – and tentatively trying to build a new homelessness shelter.

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage to come forward, after a man was hit by a bus in Camden Road on Tuesday.

So, with CS11 barely cold in its grave, it seems TfL has decided to swallow its pride and do the work necessary to get improvements to Swiss Cottage over the line. Good.

Air pollution outside of a Crouch End primary school is so bad that the lollipop lady who helps children cross the road has bought a gas mask.

Crime & Court

Wed, 17:15

A Belsize Park man has cleared his name after his bank accused him of making fraudulent purchases on his stolen credit card himself.

Tue, 14:58

A former associate headteacher at Acland Burghley school has pleaded guilty to having more than 2,000 images of children being sexually abused and possessing class A drugs.

Tue, 12:00

King William IV landlord Jimmy McGrath said he would rather “go to prison” than pay the BID levy, during his day in court over the unpaid amount.

Health

Thu, 09:45

As King’s Cross charity New Horizon Youth Centre continues its crusade against youth homelessness, its latest plans include making sure Londoners remember April Fool’s Day isn’t always funny – and tentatively trying to build a new homelessness shelter.

Thu, 07:00

Air pollution outside of a Crouch End primary school is so bad that the lollipop lady who helps children cross the road has bought a gas mask.

Wed, 13:57

A Kentish Town woman, her family, and even her favourite café are trying to find the Good Samaritan who helped her after a speeding cyclist crashed into her and broke her hip.

Environment

Thu, 10:45

Westminster Council has stumped up a small fee to end a dispute with a sub-contractor that meant 8,000 street lights were left on 24/7 last week – including in St John’s Wood and Maida Vale.

Thu, 07:00

Air pollution outside of a Crouch End primary school is so bad that the lollipop lady who helps children cross the road has bought a gas mask.

Tue, 15:34

King’s Cross is home to one of the capital’s first “reverse vending machines,” where the public can get vouchers for recycling their plastic bottles and tin cans.

Politics

Thu, 10:45

Westminster Council has stumped up a small fee to end a dispute with a sub-contractor that meant 8,000 street lights were left on 24/7 last week – including in St John’s Wood and Maida Vale.

Wed, 15:30

Haringey Council’s finance chief has resigned this lunchtime, citing “decisions being taken over [his] head” and concerns about Cllr Joseph Ejiofor’s leadership of the council.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

The overseas owner of the Hampstead building whose chimneys and scaffolding crashed into Pond Street amid high winds has remained tight-lipped over the horrifying near miss.

Education

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

For the Save Barnet Libraries (SBL) campaign group, this year’s World Book Day was bittersweet.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

A private school is bidding to move into Hampstead landmark, Jack Straw’s Castle.

Friday, February 8, 2019

It is no secret that studying for public exams can be incredibly stressful.

Heritage

Yesterday, 09:00

History buff John Leo Waters runs the Archway Revisited Facebook group, where people share their memories of the area. Here he recounts Mr Van Hooydonk’s journey from Brussels to Islington, Hampstead and Highgate at the turn of the last century.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Eighty years ago, on March 24, 1939, Belsize Square Syngagogue conducted its first service. It was a congregation built on the collective trauma of Jewish families who had fled continental Europe as the horrors of the Nazis were laid bare.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Fans of the Earl Haig Hall in Crouch End – which was open as a pub until January – have applied for it to be locally listed and become an Asset of Community Value (ACV).

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As part of a major refurb, the London Marriott Hotel Maida Vale has renamed its three new-look function rooms to reflect the geography and rich history of the area. The largest, perfect for weddings and large meetings, is named after a Hampstead subterranean river, The Westbourne.

Londoners seeking high quality houses for sale within easy commuting distance of the capital are being advised to look north to St Albans’ prestigious Gabriel Square development.

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