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Yesterday, 11:34

Crimestoppers are offering £10,000 to help find the killers of Kentish Town man Calvin Bungisa.

The wife of a contaminated blood scandal victim told the ongoing public inquiry into the issue that the fallout from her husband's 30 years of illness almost led to her own suicide.

Knife violence in Westminster has gone up by 52 per cent in the last year - compared with 1pc in London as a whole.

A joint boxing and bike-repair initiative to inspire young people in the fight against knife crime has opened near Muswell Hill.

Rock cakes, anyone? A Crouch End restauranteur had a nasty surprise on Sunday morning when the police rang to tell him thieves had lobbed a "football-sized" boulder through his front window.

A group of Camden youngsters will be drawing from their own experiences of knife crime next week, when they perform a modern twist on Lorca's Blood Wedding play.

Police have finally issued an appeal to trace a hit and run driver who reversed over a 12-year-old girl, moved her onto the pavement and then sped off.

A drama student has spoken out over the "humiliating experience" of being tackled to the ground by police outside a Swiss Cottage pub.

A Hampstead angler has issued a plea for people to help him get £3,000 of stolen fishing tackle back.

A lengthy court battle over a mansion block with two separate heating systems has come to an end with a county court judge declaring works had been carried out unlawfully - and that the building's manager must pay hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal costs.

A Crouch Hill man has been jailed for 20 months over the shocking hit and run crash in Swain's Lane on Easter Sunday this year which left student cyclist Josh Dey in intensive care.

An investor is being sought to ensure the survival of a troubled school in Hampstead which last week indicated its parent company could go into liquidation.

The victims of the London Bridge terror attack were unlawfully killed, a coroner has concluded.

After Sunday's stabbing of a young man in Crouch End, Hornsey and Wood Green MP Catherine West has written an open letter calling on the two remaining candidates to be Prime Minister to take action to reduce knife crime.

A man in his 40s has been questioned by police about an alleged hate crime on the Northern line on Friday evening.

A teenager faces a string of charges related to moped crime after being arrested following a incident in Crouch End on Tuesday.

A man has come forward after a councillor reported being racially abused on a Northern line train by two men on Friday night.

A golf club has suspended two of its members after a Haringey councillor was subjected to a racist tirade on a Tube train.

A teenager was stabbed in Middle Lane, Crouch End last night.

A councillor was racially abused by two men on a Northern line Tube train last night - and says she feels she has to "keep her head down" to avoid being the victim of a hate crime.

As Muswell Hill parents and local councillors held a public meeting looking at how to tackle rising knife crime in the area, two young men were arrested on suspicion of carrying a blade minutes away.

A Kentish Town grandmother's fatal brain haemorrhage was caused by the force with which she was pushed over last year, a neurological pathologist has told an inquest.

The family of a Kentish Town grandmother who died after being attacked by a "dangerous" man believe she may have survived if a police officer had not made her get up and walk, an inquest heard this morning.

A section of Camden High Street is cordoned off this morning as police investigate gunshots heard in the early hours.

A Kentish Town police officer who smashed the window of a suspect during an arrest in 2016 in a case of mistaken identity has been found guilty of gross misconduct by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC).

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