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The government has announced Camden, Haringey, Barnet and Westminster will all be in Tier 2 as part of the latest Covid-19 measures.

A photographer who captured Whittington Hospital staff at the height of the pandemic is publishing a photo book, with royalties going to the hospital’s charity.

Every Thursday evening for three months, households across Britain stepped out onto their front doorsteps to clap for the UK’s carers. The ritualistic clapping, a collective outcry of support and admiration for the key workers who kept Britain going in the first lockdown.

Bereavement counsellors at St John’s Hospice have seen an increased demand on their services since the start of the Covid pandemic.

As this most arduous of years nears its end, we’re deeply conscious that we may not yet have seen the worst effects of the pandemic on our patients and staff at our three hospitals: the Royal Free Hospital, Barnet Hospital and Chase Farm Hospital.

St John’s Hospice has brought together the creative talents of one of its patients and a volunteer to produce a new collection of Christmas cards.

Two Camden care homes are constructing “pods” in their gardens as they do all they can to help families visit loved ones as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

Volunteers and church members are delivering food parcels to the most vulnerable around Finchley Road and Frognal during the Covid-19 lockdown.

An ant-infested estate is making life “miserable”, says a Camden woman whose four-year-old daughter has found insects in her porridge.

Parents of autistic children have spoken out about the challenges they have faced during the coronavirus pandemic - and about feeling abandoned by the government.

“We were absolutely furious.”

A Queen’s Park school boy hopes to raise £500,000 so he can access vital treatment in Singapore to cure his cancer.

Medics at the Royal Free are recruiting north Londoners to take part in a new trial of drugs which could treat Covid-19, while the hospital trust has also unveiled a new rainbow bench designed to pay tribute to key workers.

Healthwatch Camden and Camden Disability Action have released a report calling on local health authorities to make sure individuals with complex medical needs are at the heart of planning during the second Covid-19 wave.

Donations to St John’s Hospice’s emergency Covid-19 fundraising appeal have been given an early boost with a heart-warming gift from a former patient.

Ambulance drivers have become a lifeline to vulnerable patients unable to attend St John’s Hospice Day Centre because of the Covid pandemic.

Building works are set to begin on new mental health facilities at the Whittington.

Covid-19 infection rates in Camden and Haringey had already begun to fall before government announced plans for a second lockdown.

“We wanted to make sure services were robust enough to withstand a second spike.”

GPs from Hampstead and Swiss Cottage are among those taking part in a public Q&A to explain how they’ve been coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

The NHS will be overwhelmed within weeks without a national lockdown in England, Boris Johnson has warned, as he ordered the country to stay at home in a bid to reverse the spread of coronavirus.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have given a special award to three workers from the Royal Free on behalf of NHS heroes across the country.

Nearly 150 people were found to be sleeping rough in Barnet when the coronavirus pandemic struck – significantly higher than the council’s estimate of 24.

A paediatric nurse from the Whittington has called on hospitals to better educate staff to tackle racial bias.

The Royal Free NHS Trust has joined a cutting-edge, government-backed project to speed-up the development of treatments and vaccines for Covid-19.


Let’s get physical! One of the dangers of lockdown is to be lulled into laziness, watching too many box sets, and eating and drinking too much, but there is no excuse to not start exercising to get fit and stay healthy.

Collège Français Billngue de Londres in Kentish Town offers the best of French and English education to Nursery pupils through to Year 10.

UK Government Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced extra measures to support workers and businesses throughout winter, including a furlough scheme extension paying 80 per cent of staff wages.

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