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Crouch End’s Earl Haig Hall “could be a gym or restaurant” according to the agent touting the old British Legion hall to potential tenants.

The Muswell Hill branch of shoe shop Clarks will close in February, store bosses have confirmed.

Controversial organisation the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (UCKG) “shouldn’t have been allowed” to run a charity collection in the Hampstead branch of Marks and Spencer (M&S) in the run-up to Christmas.

A bloody brawl broke out in a Belsize launderette ‘over the comfy seat’.

A Muswell Hill family is demanding compensation from a Chinese restaurant that asked their disabled brother to leave because it claimed he was “intimidating” and “very noisy”.

Italian restaurant Rossella has become part of the Kentish Town community since Luca Meola opened up in 2012, aged just 19.

It held an launch party in September, opened its doors in June and this newspaper saw the shop being fitted out in May.

A Crouch End inventor is crowdfunding to launch an innovative and wearable air pollution monitor inspired by his own worries as a new dad.

The Hornsey off-licence condemned for its “irresponsible” new name - “alcoholic” – has backpedalled somewhat and replaced its sign with one less likely to outrage passers-by.

Highgate’s Lauderdale House played host to a “heartwarming” series of charity presentations on Saturday as the Co-op handed out more than £170,000 to a range of north London charities.

A Hornsey off-licence has attracted the outrage of a national charity by rebranding itself under the “highly inappropriate” name Alcoholic – complete with a picture.

Councillors have backed neighbours’ fight against a Domino’s Pizza takeaway being built on a residential street in Camden.

Highgate’s historic Prince of Wales pub has temporarily closed for a £250,000 refurbishment but its new manager has moved to allay fears that the traditional boozer will lose its character.

Normally we celebrate one business of the week – but today we’ve got three!

The latest twist in the saga of a Hampstead landlord who refuses to pay a controversial levy saw him bring a top barrister to his court hearing.

A Cumbrian couple have been left scared for their property after receiving a bailiff’s letter demanding council tax for a Maida Vale property they have no connection to.

The war on plastic has been taken up a notch in Belsize Village as Budgens launches a 1,800-product range of items in plastic-free packaging – from bread and cheese to the UK’s first plastic-free bacon.

The division between Phoenix Cinema staff and trustees was laid bare as a worker launched a blistering attack on bosses, telling them: “We don’t support your plans.”

Community groups are celebrating after the owners of the “landmark” Alliance pub in West Hampstead had planning permission for extensive remodelling and redevelopment refused.

Christmas came early for activists in West Hampstead last night after Camden Council refused to grant christmas tree sellers Pines and Needles a licence to trade from Fortune Green.

Alan’s Records in East Finchley opened its doors in 1994 and now features in a guide to the top 80 record emporia around the globe.

“It stank. It smelt like the goat pen at London Zoo.”

Hampstead’s well-known ceramics workshop, Well Walk Pottery, has been made an Asset of Community Value (ACV), boosting hopes it will stay as a workshop despite its rumoured sale.

Hampstead Business Improvement District (BID) rebel Jimmy McGrath – who continues to defy requests to pay the BID levy – saw his day court appearance adjourned for a month yesterday at Highbury Corner magistrates’ court.

A defiant pub landlord is set to appear before magistrates today after refusing to pay the Hampstead Business Improvement District (BID) levy for two years.

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