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Plans approved for new homes at Clarendon Gasworks

Plans have been approved for the tallest tower of the Clarendon Gardens regeneration project near Alexandra Palace - and even more homes.

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Where is my local defibrillator? How to find nearest one to you

This is how you can find your nearest defibrillator in the UK when someone is in cardiac arrest - use this interactive map on Defib Finder.

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Best to worst parcel delivery companies from Martin Lewis's team

Martin Lewis's team at Money Saving Expert have revealed the 'best to worst' delivery firms according to a survey of its users.

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Israel-Hamas conflict: Labour calls for 'immediate ceasefire'

Sir Keir Starmer has previously called for a “ceasefire that lasts” in the Middle East, but stopped short of using the word “immediate”

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Caliendo's Gelato in Kentish Town scoops sorbet gold trophy

An ice cream parlour judged the best in the country has scooped another award.

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Woman, 35, accused of stalking Harry Styles 'sent 8,000 cards'

A woman has appeared in court accused of stalking Harry Styles by sending him 8,000 cards in less than a month.

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Body found in River Thames in search for Clapham suspect Abdul Ezedi

A body has been found in the River Thames by police searching for Clapham chemical attack suspect, Abdul Ezedi.

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Police investigate Kentish Town station graffiti vandalism

Police are investigating after graffiti was sprayed all over a platform at Kentish Town station, which has been out of service for nearly eight months.

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Flowers for Alexei Navalny laid at Nemtsov Place, Parliament Hill

People have laid flowers at Boris Nemstov Place in Highgate Road, Parliament Hill, in tribute to a Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was found dead in prison.

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Ex-Post Office chief hits back at Badenoch over Horizon claim

Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch accused former Post Office chairman Henry Staunton of spreading “made-up anecdotes”.

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Kentish Town shops suffer as tube station reopening delayed

Businesses near Kentish Town Tube station, which is closed for repairs, are bracing themselves for further losses with news that it now will not reopen until September.

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Camden Council planning applications February 5 to 11

Plans to convert a family home into a student HMO are among those being considered by Camden Council planners.

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Ilyas Habibi - the teenager stabbed to death in Sutton in 2023

This is the face of Ilyas Habibi, a 17-year-old boy, who was stabbed to death in Sutton in 2023.

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Palestinian flag sticker put on Amy Winehouse's Star of David

A Star of David on a statue of Amy Winehouse has been covered with a sticker of a Palestinian flag - in an act slammed as antisemitic.

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NatWest offers free £200 when switching to these bank accounts

NatWest is offering a free £200 to anyone who switches to a Reward or Select bank account - see if you are eligible and what you need to do.

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Driver who killed doctor when he turned without indicating is jailed

A lorry driver who killed a cyclist when he turned across her path without indicating has been jailed.

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Haringey Council prosecute Tottenham blue badge fraudster

A woman from Tottenham will be tagged and under curfew for two months and pay more than £2,000 after she was caught fraudulently using a Blue Badge.

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Kentish Town station riddled with graffiti by vandals

The platform at Kentish Town station, which has been out of service for nearly eight months, has been vandalised with graffiti.

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Hunt for on-the-run rapist who may be in London

A man who raped a woman twice is on the run from prison after he was temporarily release.

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Watch as fire guts 18-tonne HGV in B&Q Cricklewood car park

A late-night blaze in the car park of B&Q in Cricklewood destroyed an 18-tonne lorry and damaged another, sending a plume of smoke into the sky.