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Culture secretary Jeremy Wright explains why local newspapers are so important

Gloriously silly reworking of Moliere’s Tartuffe stutters with an inconsistent tone but comes good at the end to lampoon Britain’s crumbling social structures

Highgate resident and “gang of four” member Lord Bill Rodgers has welcomed seven MPs splitting from the Labour Party, 38 years after he did so.

Belsize Village residents are worried about their safety after a spate of anti-social behaviour in the area, including a rise in graffiti.

A global “investment” scheme that targeted the Muslim community over two years has left some people claiming to be thousands of pounds out of pocket.

House prices in Camden fell by 3.5 per cent last year, as a downward trend continued for the borough’s home owners and estate agents.

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

Wildlife Column

Thursday, February 14, 2019

ZSL Fundraising Director James Wren asks us to look at the wildlife around us

Dozens of people picketed a controversial “anti-transgender” meeting on Tuesday night, billed as a discussion on “keeping women and children safe” from trans people.

The family of a girl left “locked in” by a rare syndrome has raised more than £1900 for the charity trying to help fund a cure.

Suffolk based soprano talks about following in the footsteps of Mozart and singing in Hampstead with the world famous tenor

The leftie comic’s empassioned look at the National Health service may not be laugh a minute but is compelling and thought-provoking

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

High streets change, but when the old Muddy Boots butcher in Crouch End shut up shop, who would have predicted that its replacement would be a “mathnasium”?

Camden’s mayor has managed to bring in some of Britain’s comedy legends for two of her fund raisers this year.

Forty years ago, Patricia Woodall nurtured a love of dance on a trip around Europe.

According to Forbes, results of a recent Gallup poll show ‘soccer’ will soon be America’s third favourite spectator sport.

“I was very lucky three times: When the Germans came, then when the Russians came, and then during the revolution.”

Lively, loud, and full of American sporting spirit would be how you could describe the atmosphere at The Blues Kitchen on Super Bowl Sunday.

Camden had the second highest number of rough sleepers in the country when the annual one-night ‘street-count’ was conducted last autumn, government figures released today show.

A Muswell Hill gymnastics and dance group is fearing a Brexit where immigration controls aren’t flexible enough to let top coaches into the country.

Serving succulent rotisserie chicken from a Josper grill the market’s latest food adventure offers a warm hug on a cold day

A grant from the charity Art Fund has allowed the Hampstead museum to buy a work by the Anglo-Indian artist who lived in Belsize Park

EXCLUSIVE: Former Gunner Viv Anderson has been speaking to Islington Gazette Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif. With Denis Suarez signing for the club read on for more from the respected ex-England defender.

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