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A Crouch End pensioner was swindled out of £3,000 by scammers who convinced her to pay them for work on her roof that didn't need to be done.

A Belsize Park woman was outraged to have her morning routine disrupted when her local cafe told her she was not allowed to read a Sunday newspaper on her tablet.

Six months after the Thomerson's woodshop in Middle Lane shut after almost 60 years, a new business is hoping to make a go of life beneath the unforgettable facade.

Hampstead traders will write a letter in support of King William IV trader Jimmy McGrath, as they prepare to start a campaign to vote out Hampstead Business Improvement District (BID).

Lawrence Bernstein was in his late 30s and getting sick of his City banking job when one of his friends suggested he pursue speech-writing full time.

Camden Council claimed evidence a Nisa shop was running from the old Leighton Arms pub in August 2017 was "implausible" as an inquiry into its conversion finished this week.

Unhappy traders from Hampstead will meet later this month in an effort to beat the Business Improvement District (BID) and its levy.

The "embarrassment" of 2018's Muswell Hill Christmas tree won't be repeated after a band of local businesses got together to raise enough money to provide a festive display to be proud of.

Kentish Town may finally be on the verge of finding out if a Nisa supermarket operating in the building that once held the Leighton Arms pub can stay put.

Ten years after two parents wondered how they could make a difference for children and young people with special educational needs, Muswell Hill charity Wave celebrated a decade of progress with a party in front of St James' Church.

Deliveroo will be able to continue operating a so-called "dark kitchen" from Swiss Cottage, a planning inspector has ruled today.

A Muswell Hill hairdresser who counts singers, comedians and nudists among his clients is celebrating half a century in the business - a decade after a close shave on a mountain hike nearly cost him everything.

Five people raided the O2 phone shop in Hampstead yesterday, threatening staff with knives and making off with four handsets.

The first trial of the Liveable Crouch End scheme is to take place for a fortnight from October 7, Haringey Council has announced.

Charity the Felix Project have welcomed a new initiative from a major brewery which will see members of the public able to donate cans of food - and get a free can of beer in return.

For a week starting on Saturday, Muswell Hill is hosting a new event encouraging the community to shop locally.

A Highgate woman is looking to the future after securing £10m of investment for the childcare start-up she launched just three years ago from her kitchen table.

Campaigners are "chuffed" after Westminster Council rejected plans to convert the Squirrel pub in Maida Vale into flats.

The owners of the former Salt House pub in St John's Wood could walk away from it as a slew of objections from neighbours has delayed the new venue reopening.

You could never accuse Hampstead Village Voice editor Sebastian Wocker of not standing out.

A disability access campaigner was stunned to be told by staff at the Golders Green Road branch of Caffe Nero that they "had lost" the ramp that helps wheelchair users get into the shop.

The latest company behind Cafe Hampstead owed more than £36,000 to the taxman when it closed its doors in July, the Ham&High can reveal.

Just over five years ago West Hampstead almost lost its Post Office.

Mobile phone signal in Hampstead's notorious blackspot is costing businesses revenue and frustrating the community.

After a family friend had a heart attack on holiday and died, a Crouch End dentist was inspired to raise awareness of the importance of defibrillators in the community.

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