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Elizabeth Coulouris, who died at a suicide clinic in Switzerland

Family’s support for Hampstead pensioner who ended life at Swiss Clinic

The family of a former Hampstead teacher who ended her life at a Swiss clinic as she could not cope with the pain of old age have spoken of their support for her decision.

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Lauderdale House team including Catherine West MP ready for the restoration project

Lauderdale House’s restoration dream is finally a reality

Seven years ago, the £2.3million renovation of an historic arts centre was just an ambitious dream.

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Coldplay has been longtime supporters of Kids Company. File pic: Ian West/PA Wire

Coldplay in talks to rescue Kids Company centre in Fortune Green

Coldplay is in talks to rescue a children’s centre run by charity Kids Company that has been offering support to vulnerable children in Camden for the past six years.

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Juliet Stevenson will be joining the Alexandra Wylie Tower Foundation volunteers to launch this year's Pinknic at Waterlow Park on Saturday. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Highgate charity clarifies links with Kids Company in wake of scandal

The founder of a Highgate charity which partnered with scandal-hit Kids Company has urged the media not to lose sight of the thousands of disadvantaged children who still need support.

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Paddy Screech at Word On The Water, London's only floating book shop. Picture: Polly Hancock

King’s Cross barge bookshop to stay afloat after reaching crowdfunding target

The owners of a floating bookshop that has become a much-loved feature of London’s waterways have smashed their fundraising target of £4,000 – allowing them to take up permanent residence in King’s Cross.

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Tammy Cohen

‘Kenwood Killer’ stars in novelist Tammy Cohen’s latest thriller

The Bounds Green author tells Rhiannon McGregor about her initial writing doubts, her journalistic approach to novel-writing and why she dreams of a shed.

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Black Tot Day with Pusser's, the original navy rum, at the pop up beach at Camden's Roundhouse.

Ever wondered how rum became the spirit of the sea?

The link between rum and the Navy goes back over 300 years, as Alex Bellotti discovered on a trip to the Roundhouse’s Camden Beach.

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Christine Walkden. PA Photo/Handout

How to keep your garden colourful through late summer

As summer progresses, some containers will lose momentum by late July and August, particularly if they haven’t been fed and watered religiously.

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Sculptor Cathy Azria next to a working fireplace in her studio

Playing with fire: Inside the studio of fireplace sculptor Cathy Azria

Tucked away in a mews in Queen’s Park on a former industrial estate off Kilburn Lane, it’s hard to believe that Cathy Azria sees her studio as a major achievement.

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Princes Avenue, Muswell Hill, N10

Property of the week: Charming Edwardian home in Muswell Hill

This seven-bedroom, double-fronted property in central Muswell Hill retains a wealth of character and period architecture.

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Views of north west London from the BT tower

QUIZ: Which north London neighbourhood is your spiritual home?

From Highgate to West Hampstead, North London offers a wide variety of dwellings, attracting many different types of people, but which part is best suited to you and your lifestyle?

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Jamie Gibson was Hampstead's highest scorer against Stanmore on Saturday, falling just one run short of a half-century. Pic: Max Flego

Hampstead move into pole position in Premier Division title race

Hampstead have moved to the top of the Premier Division in the Middlesex County League after a home win over Stanmore extended their winning run to four games.

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North Middlesex captain Tom Nicoll took four wickets and top-scored for his side with the bat, hitting 66, but his side were defeated by Twickenham. Pic: Max Flego

Deja vu for North Middlesex in defeat against Twickenham

North Middlesex suffered another setback in their bid to stay in the Premier Division title race as they suffered their second successive defeat.

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