Crime & Court

There will not be a Judicial Review of the decision to approve the 100 Avenue Road construction management plan (CMP), a High Court judge ruled this afternoon.

Islington and Camden's highest ranking police officer makes difficult decisions "every day" about which crimes to investigate due to budget cuts.

Camden Council's planning committee may have been misled when they voted on the Construction Management Plan (CMP) for 100 Avenue Road, the High Court heard this morning.

Five men were arrested after a "terrfying" moped raid on a north Maida Vale jewellers yesterday evening.

A Hampstead father-of-two was threatened at knifepoint outside his home as he walked to the door with headphones on.

A banker "didn't even think" before using his skateboard to fight off a London Bridge terrorist who looked "like the devil", an inquest has heard.

A woman dubbed the Angel of London Bridge was killed after rushing in to help a victim of the terror attack, saying: "I'm a nurse. I have to go and help".

Two shop owners were fined thousands of pounds this morning for selling knives to children in Crouch End and Stroud Green.

The Foreign Secretary yesterday said he was "very, very concerned" by the plight of a detained British resident - Crouch End's Aras Amiri.

An Iranian national understood to be Crouch End's Aras Amiri has been jailed for 10 years - in the same week that the government in Tehran reopened its second spying case against Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.

A letter from Royal Free Hospital staff to Colette Wintle's then GP in 1984 shows hospital staff were aware some products were safer than others for treating haemophiliacs, but didn't stop using the riskier treatments.

The youngest victim of the London Bridge terror attack fell over in her high heels and was being helped up by a Good Samaritan when they were both fatally stabbed, an inquest heard.

Giving evidence at the Infected Blood Inquiry on Thursday, Highgate's Della Ryness-Hirsch, 75, said her son Nick grew to be "so, so frightened" of the Royal Free Hospital during the 1990s, where she said staff were "so without care".

A Muswell Hill thief has been jailed for more than six years for a spate of distraction burglaries targeting vulnerable elderly people in their own homes.

Two victims of the London Bridge terror attack would be alive today if barriers had been put up after a similar atrocity two months before, an inquest has heard.

The case of man charged with a number of driving offences relating to a crash in Swain's Lane, Highgate, which left a cyclist seriously injured has been adjourned until June.

A victim of the London Bridge attack swung his skateboard at the terrorists as police desperately tried to help injured people, an inquest has heard.

A sixteen-year old has been convicted of stabbing another teenager in the stomach in West Hampstead last November.

Families of the London Bridge terror attack victims have paid tribute to their loved ones as the inquest begins into their deaths.

A former Crouch End resident who contracted HIV after her husband was given contaminated blood products in the 1980s told an inquiry on Thursday they had been co-erced into "signing away our home" by a charitable trust set up to help those affected by the scandal.

A man has been charged with driving offences after a cyclist was injured in Highgate.

Police are appealing for help returning a tranche of jewellery stolen from a St John's Wood property in a frightening January raid.

A man has been left in a critical condition after being stabbed near Camden Town tube station in the early hours of this morning.

A Camden teenager's insides were exposed by a "big hunting knife" when he was stabbed in the stomach and left for dead by a fellow teen, Blackfriars' Crown Court heard today.

A teenager is recovering in hospital after being stabbed in Muswell Hill last night.


St Albans' award-winning Gabriel Square development offers Londoners the chance to buy a luxury home with an easy commute to the capital

Newham Recorder chats to Sue Price of East Ham, a foster parent who cares for babies through the Newham borough council, about what to expect as a foster carer to infants

Wondering what charity events are coming up? If you would like to experience some of the best buildings, monuments and famous landmarks London sightseeing has to offer, as well as get involved with a good cause that serves the north London community, the Big Fun Walk on Sunday May 5 ticks all boxes.

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