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Seven pet rabbits, including five babies, were thrown out of a car boot and dumped “like rubbish” on Hampstead Heath last week.

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Tory mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith was out on the campaign trail in Belsize Park this week, keen to outline why he believes the controversial Housing and Planning Bill will be a good thing for London in the long run.

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Camden Lock Market traders facing uncertain future

Traders at the famous Camden Lock fear being priced out of the market after the owners won planning permission for a £20 million redevelopment of the site.

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Police appeal for help to find missing 14-year-old girl from Haringey

The teenage girl has not been seen since Friday February 12

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A shipping container packed full of lifesaving winter clothes for refugees has set sail for Greece after a marathon fundraiser by a Hampstead mother.

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Tottenham have often been in strong positions in mid-February, only to fall away. Can they buck the trend this season as they chase their first league title since 1961?

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