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Pioneer of renal medicine and "much loved" family man Sir William Stanley Peart has died at 96.

Old Street and Clerkenwell Road will be shut to through traffic if ambitious new plans to make the area safer for cyclists and pedestrians go ahead.

"It is inconceivable that Gandhi would back this development."

A quick look at the terrifying collision map for Swiss Cottage junction shows that, in the last five years, about 60 collisions there have resulted in injuries.

The Royal Free NHS Trust has appointed a new chief executive to replace Sir David Sloman.

Defence minister Tobias Ellwood visited Camden and Islington NHS Trust's dedicated service for military veterans yesterday. The mental health trust runs a Transition, Intervention and Liaison Service (TILS) for retired servicemen, and Mr Ellwood visited staff and service users at its St Pancras HQ as part of Time to Talk Day.

The imminent decision by the Royal Free Foundation Trust regarding the sale of Queen Mary House, currently accommodation for its doctors and nurses, throws into stark relief the plight of keyworkers and their accommodation.

One of the many malign effects of Brexit has been that life has been sucked out of government and so many serious issues have been badly neglected.

A celebration for the tenth anniversary of the popular Loudest Whispers art exhibition will kick off LGBT+ history month at St Pancras Hospital on Friday February 1st.

A new procedure to freeze ovarian tissue of women and girls about to be treated for cancer has been launched by the Royal Free Hospital Trust.

It is hard to think of an area of local life that has not benefited from the contribution of EU citizens.

A pensioner with critical health problems was "bed blocked" for 11 days when he needed to be at a Hampstead dialysis unit - and, in a "catastrophic mix up", nearly had a pacemaker fitted he didn't need.

A mental health patient at the Whittington climbed onto the roof and fell through the window of a ward, injuring another patient's family member.

Patients at a Golders Green doctors' surgery are angry at plans for its potential relocation to Finchley Memorial Hospital.

A pioneering housing model founded on the belief that a home is a basic human right is helping 44 people in Camden.

The last 12 months have seen heartening tales of community action interspersed with trauma, tragedy and political intrigue. Harry Taylor and Sam Volpe take a look back at the biggest stories we've brought you in 2018 - and a couple of the weirdest, too.

A woman left infertile after bungled tests at the Whittington failed to spot that she had cervical cancer has been awarded the cost of having children by surrogate in the USA.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

The chief executive of the Royal Free Trust, Sir David Sloman, is set to leave his role in the new year.

Coffee isn't the only thing Deniz Korkmaz is brewing up in Kentish Town.

Westminster Council and a housing charity have launched a homelessness advice centre in Queen's Park.

Mothers from Muswell Hill and Highgate have spoken out in favour of a national campaign to improve mental health care for new mums as research shows care for those in Haringey needs to improve.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

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