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Hampstead businesswoman Aneka Johnson has launched what she claims is the "world's first" week-long festival dedicated to dogs.

A huge raft of scaffolding collapsed outside the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead this afternoon, narrowly missing a young mother and leaving bystanders in shock.

Following revelations surrounding Café Hampstead's liquidation last month, Harry Taylor reports on a banned company director allegedly interviewing for positions at the restaurant, and how an employment tribunal has cost it more than £10,000

Hampstead Town councillor Maria Higson has stepped down as a governor at the Royal Free Hospital Trust.

Timothy Haas remembers his mother, writer and author Eve, who escaped from Nazi Germany and pursued her link to her royal patronage

Ever tried travelling up Fitzjohn's Avenue on a Monday morning?

Hampstead artistic director Neal Foster is behind two festive family shows at freshly renovated venues this Christmas

Hampstead's Lisa Deaner, 54, has been shortlisted for an Anthony Nolan Supporters award by the blood cancer charity.

Mitzvah Day is celebrating 10 years of helping good causes, as it prepares to launch the campaign for another year.

They say today's newspapers are tomorrow's chip paper.

The Heath and Hampstead Society has opposed plans to move a free school into the old Hampstead Police Station - even though the applicants have halved the number of pupils they hope to attract.

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