Avicii stunned fans at the Roundhouse in Camden last night as he took to the stage for the iTunes Festival.
Almost two years since the death of singer Amy Winehouse an exhibition will open in Camden, a short walk away from where she lived and died.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has been described as a "suave action hero" after he went to the aid of a cyclist after she crashed off her bike.
The chief executive of HS2 Ltd, part of the high-speed rail network project has welcomed the Court of Appeal decision to reject a legal challenge from its opponents.
Alison Munro said: "We now carry on the vital work we are doing to deliver a high speed rail network that will act as an engine for growth, address the capacity challenge on the railways and connect up eight out of 10 of our biggest cities.
"We will also continue to do all that we can to minimise the environmental impact of the new network while ensuring that those directly impacted along the route are fairly compensated."
Opponents of the HS2 high speed rail project have said they are "disappointed" after a court rejected their legal challenge against the plans. Councillor Martin Tett, chairman of the 51m alliance and leader of Buckinghamshire County Council said today:
Yes, we are disappointed with the result.
Lord Justice Sullivan gives a very strong steer that HS2 Ltd has failed both in its obligation to fully assess the environmental implications of the project and vitally to assess these against the alternative we have put forward.
His comments in his judgment are damning of the Department for Transport's approach, stating: 'If, as I have concluded, an SEA is required and there has not been substantial compliance with the SEA Directive, it would be difficult to think of a more egregious breach of the Directive given the scale of the HS2 project and the likely extent of its effects on the environment."
This is another example of the Department for Transport and HS2 Ltd riding roughshod over public opinion, ploughing ahead regardless of what local communities want and ignoring the environmental merits of the alternatives.
– Hilary Wharf, director of HS2AA
It's a positive move and we are confident that, at the end of the day, the Government are going to have to do a strategic environmental assessment and take their environmental obligations seriously.
High Speed Rail minister Simon Burns has urged HS2 rail project opponents to not "waste taxpayers' money", after their latest challenge was rejected by the Court of Appeal.
Mr Burns said: "By dismissing all seven grounds of appeal and declining to refer the case to Europe, this is the second time in four months a court has rejected attempts to derail HS2.
"Parliament is the right place to debate the merits of HS2, not the law courts, and we will introduce the hybrid bill for Phase One before the year is out.
"I urge opponents not to waste any more taxpayers' money on expensive litigation and instead work with us on making HS2 the very best it can be.
"We continue to move forward with the crucial business of getting the scheme ready for construction in 2017 and delivering enormous benefits for the country."
Work on a new high speed railway from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds will continue after the Court of Appeal today rejected further attempts to derail the scheme. In a statement the Department of Transport said:
The court has given the Government the green light to press ahead without delay in delivering the engine for growth.
Of the seven broad areas of challenge to the decisions on the principle of HS2 and route for Phase One (from London to Birmingham), made by three sets of claimants, the Court of Appeal ruled categorically in the Government’s favour on every one.
The Government will be moving forward as planned with introducing legislation in Parliament later this year and getting the scheme ready for construction in 2017.
Appeals are dismissed and no further permission to appeal #hs2
Though they are permitted to appeal to Supreme Court with regards to environmental concerns
The Court of Appeal has rejected the latest challenges to Government plans to go ahead with the HS2 national high-speed rail project.
Three police officers from Camden have been praised after rescuing a woman from a burning building. PCs Steven Hartrey, James Morrison and Ady Nadeem broke down a door when they spotted smoke coming from inside the home.
They pulled the woman to safety after finding her in a bedroom. All four were treated for smoke inhalation in hospital but have now been discharged.
Superintendent Gary Buttercase of Camden Police said: "The officers took a bold and brave decision to force entry into the premises in the knowledge that waiting could result in the loss of life."
A third man has been charged with the murder of Mohamed Abdullahi in Islington.
A post-mortem examination on June 29, at the Whittington Hospital mortuary gave cause of death as stab wounds.
Calvin Jerelle Collins, 19, was charged yesterday with murder, and is due to appear at Hendon Magistrates' Court today, along with two other men.