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New school in former home of LJCC and prima ballerina will cause ‘absolute nightmare’

Plans to open a school in the historic former home of the London Jewish Cultural Centre (LJCC) and Russian prima ballerina Anna Pavlova will create an “absolute nightmare” for drivers and risks increasing road traffic accidents, it has been warned.

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Transport chiefs have agreed to carry out repairs at West Hampstead to alleviate noise problems

Fears over night tube noise prompts West Hampstead rail repairs

Transport chiefs have agreed to carry out repairs on train lines in West Hampstead following fears the area will suffer excessive noise once the weekend night Tube starts.

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MP to host St Pancras hustings for Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham

Holborn and St Pancras MP Sir Keir Starmer is hosting a meeting with Labour leadership contender Andy Burnham in St Pancras this evening.

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Paul Winner, HSoAs Isabel Langtry and Sarah Barratt of the art fair

Michael Winner’s cousin helps Hampstead School of Art appeal

Artist Paul Winner donated a cheque for £300 from the sale of his work to help save the Hampstead School of Art (HSoA).

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Stamp honouring ‘British Schindler’ to be issued next year after calls from 100,000

A special commemorative stamp honouring a former Hampstead resident who saved 669 children from the Nazis will be issued by Royal Mail after a campaign backed by more than 100,000 people.

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Wine: Recommendations for beginners

Anna Behrmann learns about a new wine tasting course at Bibendum

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Holly Norrington and Ted Lamb perform Pondwife. Picture: Will Vickers

Camden Fringe review: Pondwife is joyful feminist retelling of The Little Mermaid

For any woman who grew up in the 1990s, the tagline of this Camden fringe play appeals instantly: Feminism. Mermaids. 90s music.

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Oliver Kent, Vita Properties

This West Hampstead estate agent loves his party roof terrace

Oliver Kent of Vita Properties loves his cool Queen’s Park apartment but if money were no object he’d snap up a contemporary pad with a sea view and infinity pool

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It is six per cent cheaper for first time buyers in London to own than rent their home

Buying cheaper than renting in London – for those who can afford it

First time buyers in London are nearly £1,000 better off than if they were renting, according to a new report.

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Frognal, NW3, £11,950,000

Top 3 north London properties with gyms

Work out in the comfort of your own home at one of these properties that has their own gym. You need never be seen wearing sweaty sports gear in public again

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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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Jordan Bethel hits out for Brondesbury. Pic: Max Flego

Brondesbury are challenging for the title after victory over Hornsey

Brondesbury are challenging for the Division Two title as well as the second promotion spot after their sixth straight victory took them within four points of the leaders.

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