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Fri, 17:01

Lawrence Bernstein was in his late 30s and getting sick of his City banking job when one of his friends suggested he pursue speech-writing full time.

Architects will meet next week to draw up plans on how to drastically cut the built environment's carbon footprint.

A private school that changed hands earlier this year after a raft of issues is now up to standard, Ofsted inspectors have found.

Camden Council claimed evidence a Nisa shop was running from the old Leighton Arms pub in August 2017 was "implausible" as an inquiry into its conversion finished this week.

South Hampstead Junior School has urged Camden Council to turn down Holiday Inn Express's bid to expand its Finchley Road hotel - due to fears the rooms will face into its playground.

Many people have a single issue they care most about. Not councils. We need to house people, care for people, empower people, support our residents, protect the environment and build an economy that works for everybody.

The Hampstead tycoon whose family's trust gave £5million towards the Royal Free's new Pears Building put the building's highest bolt in place at a "topping out" ceremony on Tuesday.

Haringey Council was forced to apologise when an employee accidentally forwarded an email telling a member of the public to "P off" to the man himself.

I took over as editor 18 months ago, midway through the battle over Cycle Superhighway 11.

Three members of the same family who contracted deadly hepatitis C from contaminated blood products at the Royal Free were being used as unwitting test subjects in clinical research, the sole survivor believes.

Camden's commemoration of Black History Month continues tomorrow (Fri) with a showpiece event celebrating the Windrush Generation.

More than 100 Schnauzers took to Hampstead Heath on a damp Sunday morning as part of a nationwide fundraiser to draw attention to puppy-farming and support a centre dedicated to looking after mistreated dogs.

The mayor of Camden visited a Solace Women's Aid refuge earlier this week to see the work they do to help women and children who have experienced abuse and violence.

An England fan from West Hampstead told how he narrowly escaped being cornered by far-right Bulgarian football hooligans after England's game earlier this week.

Crime & Court

Fri, 12:28

Camden Council claimed evidence a Nisa shop was running from the old Leighton Arms pub in August 2017 was "implausible" as an inquiry into its conversion finished this week.

Wed, 14:26

An England fan from West Hampstead told how he narrowly escaped being cornered by far-right Bulgarian football hooligans after England's game earlier this week.

Tue, 16:54

A man accused of fatally stabbing Zahir Visiter in Lisson Grove earlier this year has told a court he inflicted the injury with Zahir's knife while defending himself during a fight.

Health

Thu, 11:20

The Hampstead tycoon whose family's trust gave £5million towards the Royal Free's new Pears Building put the building's highest bolt in place at a "topping out" ceremony on Tuesday.

Thu, 07:00

Three members of the same family who contracted deadly hepatitis C from contaminated blood products at the Royal Free were being used as unwitting test subjects in clinical research, the sole survivor believes.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Plans to redevelop Whittington Hospital's old Waterlow Building and replace it with a temporary educational facility will go before councillors next week.

Environment

Fri, 15:22

Architects will meet next week to draw up plans on how to drastically cut the built environment's carbon footprint.

Wed, 16:47

More than 100 Schnauzers took to Hampstead Heath on a damp Sunday morning as part of a nationwide fundraiser to draw attention to puppy-farming and support a centre dedicated to looking after mistreated dogs.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

The 70-year-old academic who scoops rubbish out of the Regent's Canal every day has spoken about his "extreme camping" lifestyle in King's Cross.

Politics

Fri, 14:58

A private school that changed hands earlier this year after a raft of issues is now up to standard, Ofsted inspectors have found.

Thu, 09:00

Haringey Council was forced to apologise when an employee accidentally forwarded an email telling a member of the public to "P off" to the man himself.

Thu, 07:00

Three members of the same family who contracted deadly hepatitis C from contaminated blood products at the Royal Free were being used as unwitting test subjects in clinical research, the sole survivor believes.

Education

Fri, 14:58

A private school that changed hands earlier this year after a raft of issues is now up to standard, Ofsted inspectors have found.

Thu, 11:53

South Hampstead Junior School has urged Camden Council to turn down Holiday Inn Express's bid to expand its Finchley Road hotel - due to fears the rooms will face into its playground.

Wed, 10:47

A long-established English school has gone into liquidation after 30 years of teaching in Muswell Hill.

Heritage

Wed, 17:38

Camden's commemoration of Black History Month continues tomorrow (Fri) with a showpiece event celebrating the Windrush Generation.

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Fascinated by the tumultous history of Alexandra Palace's theatre?

Thursday, September 26, 2019

David Stark has more Fab Four stories than most. As a lad he hung around outside the studios to catch a glimpse of the band - but over the years he would meet them all. He spoke to Sam Gelder to mark the legendary album's 50th anniversary today.

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