Camden Town Waterstones was shut on Thursday after what the bookshop chain called an "unprecedented" decision by its landlords to lock them out of the building during lease negotiations.

Camden comedy mogul Martin Bessemer is donating the profits from all of the gigs at the Monkey Business Comedy Club and Camden Cabaret this week to help the animals caught up in Australian wildfires.

The controversial Nisa store on the site of the old Leighton Arms pub will be able to continue trading after a planning inspector ruled in its favour in the days leading up to Christmas.

For the second time in a month, last week cleaners at Highgate Wood School picketed a parents' evening.

A long-standing Christmas tree business has vowed to fight back after a gang of opportunist thieves ransacked their wares.

A year after it closed and seven years after it was first 'saved'. the Earl Haig Hall in Crouch End is set to change hands again.

Camden Town Brewery has partnered with the local branch of clothing charity TRAID to turn beer into clothing.

A Muswell Hill restaurant has opened its basement as a homeware shop and is launching by giving space to the Muswell Hill Creatives group throughout December.

A local designer is selling t-shirts inspired by local landmarks and hoping to raise money to combat knife crime at the same time.

A Muswell Hill toy shop has "gone to town" in support of the Met Police's annual Christmas Tree appeal which asks the public to donate presents which are then given to needy children in each borough.

Doorstep milk delivery firm Milk & More banned two north London milkmen from entering their milk depot after the pair complained to the Ham&High about their treatment at the end of a supply contract.

A group of 10 milkmen in Highgate, Muswell Hill and East Finchley claim they have been "bullied" by industry giant Milk&More who ended a contract for them to use a depot in Edmonton to deliver to north London.

Alexandra Wylie Tower Foundation patron Juliet Stevenson visited the new Greens of Highgate shop in Muswell Hill last week to celebrate its contributions to a community food bank.

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.


Cauldron Foods' comedy night will give vegans the last laugh as Vegan comics dispel vegan myths.

The owners of poodle that went missing on the Heath Extension are urging anyone who might have seen him to get in touch.

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