Happy New Year everyone
Everyone’s first day back at work on Wednesday was heralded by an amazing sunrise.
TfL is investing £300,000 in improvements to Kilburn High Road, at least partly to address safety concerns.
The O2 centre is getting set to welcome a host of new tenants.
On the offchance that you haven’t got rid of your Christmas tree yet, here’s all the info.
Charles Chilton, author, radio producer and West Hampstead resident, died aged 95.
Sumatra Road could get new speedbumps, but some locals want it made a one-way street instead.
Here’s a great photo of an old fire engine and what looks like a very early Indian restaurant on West End Lane.
A blown fuse in the electricity substation by La Smorfia knocked out power on Sunday night for many people in West Hampstead.
Twenty eight women from the West Hampstead Women’s Centre Somali women’s group received certificates for completing their NVQ level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care.
Our Property News pundit sticks his neck out on where house prices will end up at the end of the year
Need advice from MP Glenda Jackson? Her surgery times for the first six months of 2013 are available.
The Impossible is NxNW6’s film of the week – also see the full local listings.
Virgin Media has said that NW6’s broadband problems will be fixed by January 10th. It’s made similar promises before.
An aerial photography van was spotted around the streets of West Hampstead
Put January 22nd in your diaries for the next #whampbooks event at West End Lane Books.
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