Men from Crouch End, Holloway and Stoke Newington are among 21 individuals charged with drug dealing offences after an eight-month undercover operation and police raids in Haringey.

A north London police officer has been charged with being a member of far-right terrorist group National Action.

Police are searching for a man who pointed a gun at an unassuming cyclist in Dalston on May 27.

A man and a woman in their 70s have both been taken to hospital after what police are describing as a “domestic incident” in Southgate Road.

The senior coroner covering Inner North London is under fire over her treatment of the family of a Rabbi who died of coronavirus – with the Adath Yisroel Burial Society which manages a large number of Jewish funerals in north London considering legal action.

Work from home “wherever possible”, wear a face mask and “do not expect to return to the transport network you were used to before” – that’s the message from Transport for London (TfL) after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced an easing of lockdown restrictions for workers in some industries on Sunday evening.

The daughter of a man murdered in Stoke Newington has pleaded for witnesses to end the wall of silence a year on from his fatal stabbing.

Leading Stamford Hill Rabbi and former Labour councillor Avrohom Pinter has died after suffering with the coronavirus.

Detectives are appealing for help identifying a man in connection with an attempted rape in Hoxton.

The Met Police’s man in charge of crime on our roads has warned drivers not to take advantage of quieter roads to break the speed limit.

Some of those sleeping rough in London during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to self-isolate during the crisis

Act to help homeless people during the coronavirus pandemic or “people will be sick on the streets”.

A Caribbean restaurant chain planned to fight coronavirus by using excess Wray & Nephew overproof rum as a disinfectant and testing punters’ temperatures using “infra-red thermometer guns”.

This May’s mayoral and London Assembly elections have been postponed for up to a year.

Young people from Finsbury Park and Clapton were among those to create a hard-hitting short film about knife crime that premiered this week.

“I think we are already proving that sadly the demand is there. It’s been quite scary how many people really need help.”

A teenager is on trial for the murder of Kentish Town man Sadiq Mohammed in Chalk Farm two years ago after being extradited from France.

The son of an MP has been charged with a string of assaults – including at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead and Homerton Hospital.

Almost two decades after his original conviction for the East Finchley murder of pensioner Leonard Harris was quashed, Hackney man Michael Weir has been jailed for that murder and that of another woman at the Old Bailey.

Two pensioners were beaten up and left for dead by “callous” burglar Michael Weir, a court heard.

A woman who has leukaemia but is unable to find a stem cell donor match is campaigning to help tackle a lack of BME people on the donor list.

A 21-year-old paedophile faces seven and a half years in jail after grooming teen girls on social media before committing “serious sexual offences”.

Police are appealing for witnesses who saw a man’s leg broken when he was hit by a car in Stoke Newington.

A rapper who ran a county lines drugs network out of Hackney has been jailed for 12 years and six months, with four accomplices also facing long stretches behind bars.

Police have appealed for help to find a man who is alleged to have pretended to be a cop in order to carry out two robberies.

A man was jailed for life on Friday after beating his girlfriend with a bin and leaving her “close to death” in a Camden Road hotel.

A mini-cab driver suffered a serious head injury after a collision with a BMW which was being followed by the police in Homerton.

Police are appealing for witnesses after an assault left a man in a life-threatening condition outside of a Stoke Newington takeaway in the early hours of Sunday morning.

A pair of prominent figures in Hackney’s ultra-orthodox Jewish community have defended signing a controversial open letter amidst criticism from an LGBT+ Jewish group.

The mayor of London has stepped in to save the 47 of the 51 London Overground ticket offices that were threatened with closure late last year.


For the past six months, employers and employees have been adapting to ways of working from home. The green light has now been given to many people to go back to offices safely. From flexible hours and staggered starting times to deep cleaning, we’re getting ready for new ways of working.

School’s in for summer – and beyond – with health experts agreeing that pupils safely returning to their studies is “positively” the right thing to do. It’s vital for all children’s welfare, not just in terms of students’ future education but also mental and physical well-being, as well as social interaction of classmates.