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Actress, mum, and long-term resident of Primrose Hill Judy Armstrong died in January. Her son, Charles, writes about her life, career and family

Arsenal's Beth Mead was among the goalscorers as England Women won the SheBelieves Cup for the first time in the Untied States.

Arsenal have a pivotal week coming up in their bid to qualify for next season's Champions League with crucial matches against Rennes in France and Manchester United at the Emirates on Sunday.

Highgate ski ace Giselle Gorringe sparkled on the slopes at the English Alpine Championships, to win overall under-16 gold.

During World War II Sally Noach saved around 600 people by giving them false papers.

Now his daughter Lady Irene Hatter has gone in search of the truth about the father wouldn't talk about his wartime activities

The Spurs and France goalkeeper praised the spirit of the squad, but called for better performances moving forward

One hundred and fifty years ago this week, a Camden man became the first in a long line to cycle from London to Brighton.

A new book by a Belsize Park author sheds fresh light on the crimes of World War I French serial killer Henri Desire Landru

The one-time France under-21 international has struggled to catch the eye since he moved to Spurs in 2016

A Highgate man has just completed a charity run of more than 500km along every tube line in London - and that's only one stage of Daniel Sherry's year long quest to give back to mental health charity Mind.

Cutting edge puppetry, circus, juggling and live art will be showcased at the inernational event which runs at various venues including the Barbican, Sadlers Wells, Shoreditch Town Hall, and Jacksons Lane

West Hampstead youngster Ben Jones helped Great Britain's university tennis team bag a silver medal at the Master 'U BNP Paribas event in France.

A dominant second-half ensured Saracens' incredible season rumbles on as they destroyed Cardiff Blues in a 51-25 success.

Jordan Nobbs, the world class Arsenal and England midfielder will miss the 2019 Women's World Cup after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee it has been confirmed.

It was a powerful and moving show of unity this Armistice Day.

ZFW fencer Richard Kruse began the competitive international season with a gold medal at the Foil World Cup in Bonn, Germany.

Arsenal's Nobbs ruled out for season

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Arsenal Women's Jordan Nobbs has been ruled out of the rest of the WSL season and could miss next summer's World Cup in France after rupturing her anterior cruciate ligament, writes Joshua Bunting.

Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira says the intense rivalry between Uruguay and Brazil will make their encounter at the Emirates Stadium a competitive and full-blooded affair.

Mitzvah Day organisers are encouraging everyone to volunteer for a good cause on Sunday - so the Ham&High got into the spirit by helping out a group of heroes who give supplies and friendship to homeless people every week.

She was 11-years-old when a tall man in a long trench coat drifted past the kitchen window.

Novel tells the extraordinary tale of a Jewish boy who was kidnapped by a Pope

While individuals could be blamed for Tottenham's struggles in Europe, collectively the team have not been good enough

New York Knicks Frank Ntilikina is excited about playing a match in London as it will give his family and friends a chance to watch him play.

"French" conmen in Hampstead targeting drivers at parking meters have struck again, stealing £3500 from a Highgate woman.

A look at how some of Tottenham Hotspur's players fared while on international duty

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