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Camden Council spent nearly £800,000 on fly-tipping in 2018-19, nearly double its previous year's outlay.

Huge swathes of land and property in north London are still being held by anonymous corporations despite Brexit and changes to tax law, the Ham&High can reveal.

Barnet's Cllr Anne Clarke has been chosen to stand as the Labour candidate to replace Andrew Dismore as the London Assembly rep for Barnet and Camden.

Local authorities across north London doubled down on parents taking their children out of school last year with the number of fines issued rising by 68 per cent.

Queen Mary's House in Hampstead could be redeveloped to create 150 homes, according to Camden's draft 'site allocations local plan' policy.

Campaigners and councillors have railed against an alleged lack of transparency after Camden Council approved a new 100 Avenue Road Contruction Management Plan in private.

Camden Council has called for HS2 to adopt a standalone plan for Euston after the high-speed rail project was given the go-ahead.

Boris Johnson has given HS2 the go-ahead, despite fears over its cost and impact on the environment.

A Dartmouth Park community group has won a local referendum to establish a neighbourhood plan.

A Highgate heritage group wants the long-awaited anti-suicide fencing removed from the Archway Bridge and replaced with a more attractive design.

From 2020, Camden will have an extra councillor after the Local Government Boundary Commission (LGBCE) released its final recommendations for redrawing the borough's ward patterns.

A bitter row over who would stand for the Conservative Party in Hampstead Town at the 2018 local elections made it to the High Court last week.

The number of people subjected to on-the-spot searches in north London skyrocketed in 2019 for the first time in a decade.

Outgoing London MEP and Belsize councillor Luisa Porritt has bid farewell to the EU ahead of Brexit being confirmed tonight (January 31, 11pm).

Whittington Health NHS Trust says the risk of catching coronavirus in the UK is low, despite the first positive cases in England being confirmed earlier today.

A "healthy school street" zone banning cars at certain times of the day is set for Hampstead.

After meeting Boris Johnson about Nazanin's case for the first time since he became prime minister, Richard Ratcliffe said he has again pushed for the British government to "do more to solve" the situation.

A major multi-million pound planning application has been approved to build a new 11-storey hotel in Maida Hill.

Campaigners criticised the government's continuing refusal to pay compensation to those affected by the contaminated blood scandal.

Camden has launched an ambitious project to recycle 570,000 paper coffee cups.

The refurbishment of Camden Town Hall will cost £63 million, nearly £20m more than the council projected in 2016.

HS2 is over budget and behind schedule because the major rail project and Department for Transport underestimated its complexity and risk, the National Audit Office says.

Haringey Council is considering building council homes in the heart of Muswell Hill and on a YMCA-occupied site in Hornsey.

Richard Ratcliffe said there was "no breakthrough" with regard to Nazanin's case during a Downing Street meeting with Boris Johnson to discuss efforts to free her from Iranian prison.

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