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    Police officers "saved life" of woman who had taken suspected overdose on Hampstead Heath

    Vale of Health

    Officers found the woman "barely conscious" near the Vale of Health 

    Published: 7 July, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    FAST-THINKING police officers tracked down a woman who had taken a overdose on Hampstead Heath and rushed her to hospital where she was given life-saving medical treatment. 

    Community leaders 'walk together' in memory of 7/7 victims

    Together in Finchley Road, people including JW3 chief executive Raymond Simonson and The Winch boss Paul Perkins, unite in the face of the atrocities 

    Published: 7 July, 2015
    By MIRANDA LARBI

    LINKED arm in arm, community leaders walked together to mark the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 terrorist attacks this morning (Wednesday).

    Motorbike rider escapes with "minor injuries" after crashing into bus stop

    Chalk Farm motorbike crash

    The bus stop was packed with commuters at the time of the crash. Pictures: Alex Ashby

    Published: 7 July, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A MOTORBIKE rider who crashed into a bus stop in dramatic scenes outside Chalk Farm tube station yesterday (Monday) has escaped with “minor leg injuries.”   

    Burnham tells Camden Labour members there was "a kind of good principle behind the mansion tax"

    Burnham tells Camden Labour members there was a "kind of good principle behind t

    Andy Burnham speaking at Netley School on Friday

    Published: 6 July, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    LABOUR leadership candidate Andy Burnham has told  members in Camden that there was a "good principle" behind Ed Balls' pre-election mansion tax idea but the party blundered in h

    In pictures: The prize-winning dogs of Kilburn

    Zeus, the winner of the dog show in Kilburn Grange Park, with his owner and judge Paul Kerry 

    Published: 6 July, 2015 
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    ZEUS, a “well-mannered” French bulldog was crowned the winner at a dog show in Kilburn this weekend, as dozens of waggy tails took over the park.

    7/7 survivor Gill Hicks meets rescuer in King's Cross on eve of 10th anniversary of bombings

    Carrying the word 'Together,' people marched united from King's Cross to Tavistock Square 

    Published: 6 July, 2015 
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A SURVIVOR met one of the peolpe who saved her life today, as faith leaders joined forces to stand together against terrorism before the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings.

    ‘Nana Rose’ Zielinski passed her sense of adventure down the family

    Rosemarie Zielinski with granddaughter Simmone

    Rosemarie Zielinski with granddaughter Simmone.

    Published: 6 July, 2015
    by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

     

    IN PICTURES: The sun shines on Kentish Town's Alma Street Fair

    Eric Sugumugu from Alma Street
    Pictures: Louie Stewart

    Published: 7 July, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    IT is Kentish Town's very own carnival – and yesterday (Sunday) the Alma Street Fair was as brilliantly boisterous as ever.

    No new butcher for Swains Lane as Gail's Bakery chain prepares to move into Elite Meats shop

    No new butcher for Swains Lane as Gail's Bakery chain prepares to move into Elit

    Martin Leahy at Elite Meats retired earlier this year

    Published: 6 July, 2015
    By GEOFFREY SAWYER

    THE Gail's Bakery chain is set to open a branch in a former butcher's in Highgate - dashing hopes among locals that a new meat seller would move in.

    Dozens evacuated as two house fires burn in one night

    Firefighters had the blaze in York Rise under control in two hours [Photo: London Fire Brigade]

    Published: 6 June, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    FORTY residents evacuated a housing block and took shelter in a community centre on Saturday night (4 July), as a fire tore through a flat in Dartmouth Park. 

    Camden street style #42: Half and half, the woman who is both blonde and brunette

    Camden street style #42: Half and half, the woman who is both blonde and brunett
    Published: 3 July, 2015
     
    In our weekly online column, ALINA POLIANSKAYA looks at who's wearing what in Camden Town
     

    Amy Mallon, 21, from Liverpool has stopped off in Camden for a stop off shopping.

    War of words: Fans of the Black Cap vs The Breakfast Club restaurant

    The New Journal broke the news that The Breakfast Club chain of restaurants is set to move into the Black Cap building

    Published: 3 July, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    FANS of a historic Camden Town gay bar have hit out at claims that the owners of a restaurant chain planning to open on the site are running a “small family business”.  

    Heath and Hampstead Soc AGM: Claim government 'mislaid' Society's work on pond dams appeal

    Society chairman Marc Hutchinson with president Lord Hoffman

    Society chairman Marc Hutchinson and president Lord Hoffman with Camden Mayor Larraine Revah

    Published: 3 July, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    THE government minister holding a veto on the controversial £23m Ham­pstead Heath dams project was accused this week of “misplacing” vital evidence explaining how she could le

    Broadcaster Andrew Marr tells Primrose Hill audience that Labour Party was 'arrogant and complacent' in Scotland

    Broadcaster Andrew Marr tells Primrose Hill audience that Labour Party was 'arro

    Andrew Marr and Jon Snow

    Published: 3 July, 2015
    By JANE CLINTON

    ANDREW Marr warned against Primrose Hill  becoming a “bijou dormitory” for the wealthy as he and fellow broadcaster Jon Snow interviewed each other for a library fundraiser.

    Legal threat over plan to turn historic park into London Fashion Week catwalk

    Published: 3 July, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    THE Town Hall has been warned it could face legal action if it rents out parks for private events after a plan to turn one of its most historic&n

    AIR Studios hire Arsenal stadium lawyer in fight against neighbours' swimming pool dig

    David Arnold and AIR studios, a mecca for some of the world's most talented musicians and composers [Pic: Paul Capewell]

    Published: 3 July, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    ONE of the world’s leading music studios has recruited a top planning lawyer in its fight to stop neighbours from digging out a new swimming pool.

    Company asks planning inspector to let it turn part of Sir Richard Steele pub building into flats

    The Sir Richard Steele pub

    The Sir Richard Steele pub

    Published: 3 July, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    THE pub company that manages the Sir Richard Steeles pub was in the thick of a planning appeal this week against the council’s refusal to allow them to convert parts of the building into expe

    Haulage firm bosses ‘indirectly caused’ cyclist’s death

    Alan Neve was cycling to work when he was hit by a lorry in July 2013

    Alan Neve was cycling to work when he was hit by a lorry in July 2013

    Published: 3 July, 2015
    by WILLIAM McLENNAN

    Bar credited for leading Kentish Town 'renaissance' wins late licence bid

    Will Borrell

    William Borrell turned underground toilets into a hit bar

    Published: 2 July, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    A BAR whose fans credit it for speeding the renaissance – and gentrification – of Kentish Town has won permission to serve its vodka cocktails later.

    Patient in 'TV row' suffers life-changing injuries after being assaulted in hospital bed

    Published: 2 July, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    DOCTORS fear a stroke victim may lose his sight after allegedly being attacked by another patient in a row over the pay-to-view TV system on their shared hospital ward.

    'Deadly poison bracelet' found at Hampstead art fair

    Ron Vester with the bracelet

    Published: 2 July, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    IT was a picture of idyllic Hampstead in the sunshine: classic cars lined Whitestone Pond as art fans admired the works of talented local painters and whiled away the hours listening to a softly sp

    Police search for female suspect after Kilburn Footlocker staff member assaulted with spray

    Detectives wish to speak to this woman after the assault in Footlocker 

    Published: 1 July, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    DETECTIVES in Camden want to speak to a woman in connection with a serious assault, after a shop worker was sprayed in the face with what is believed to be bleach.

    Young man rushed to hospital after stabbing in Camley Street

    camley street stabbing

    The scene in Camley Street this morning 

    Published: 30 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A YOUNG man was rushed to hospital with suspected stab wounds after a fight in Agar Grove this morning. 

    Two hundred paramedics from Australia and New Zealand recruited to fill London shortage

    Two hundred paramedics from Australia and New Zealand recruited to fill London s

    Pic: Sv1ambo

    Published: 30 June, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    TWO-hundred paramedics are being flown in from Australia and New Zealand in a bid to solve a staffing crisis in the London Ambulance Service (LAS). 

    Solved: Puzzle of mystery woman in Camden Town street art

    Solved: Puzzle of mystery woman in Camden Town street art

    It's not Lady Gaga

    Published: 30 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    SOME say “I love you” with flowers, a box of chocolates or a Post-it note on the fridge door.

    Chalk Farm residents raise thousands for ill friend to make lasting memories

    Organisers Mandy, Kurt and Lily Dyer hang out with Mickey Mouse outside Rugmere 

    Published: 30 June, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A GROUP from Chalk Farm have raised nearly £2,000 in just two weeks for their terminally ill friend to make lasting memories.  

    Heath bosses reject claims dams work is already behind schedule and over budget

    Bob Warnock

    Published: 30 June, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    FEARS that the dams project on Hampstead Heath is running behind schedule and over-budget have been dismissed by the man in charge of the controversial scheme.

    Kentish Town schools merger ‘solely about saving money’, protesters claim

    Kentish Town schools merger ‘solely about saving money’, protesters claim

    Protesters at the school gates

    Published: 30 June, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    PARENTS held a school-gates demonstration over plans to merge two schools in Kentish Town.

    'He refused to be driven out': Police investigate gay hate suicide claims

    Published: 30 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    AN elderly gay man who,  it is claimed, was driven to suicide by homophobic abuse, had rejected an offer of sheltered accommodation because he refused to be forced from his home, friends have

    Christian and bathroom salesman David Jones - A wonderful evangelist

    Reverend David Jones, who has died aged 70

    Reverend David Jones, who has died aged 70

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

     

    Pop star Will Young pulled over by police in Bloomsbury as he drove to Glastonbury Festival

    Will Young

    The singer was stopped by a volunteer police officer Picture: Neal Whitehouse Piper

    Published: June 29, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    WILL Young's trip to Glastonbury was drawn to a halt by police officers in Bloomsbury when they spotted the pop star using his mobile phone behind the wheel. 

    WATCH: Dog chases emu around Golders Hill Park

    Published: 29 June, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    A YAPPY white dog ruffled the feathers of a “emu” on Saturday (June 27) when it chased it around the Golders Hill Park zoo enclosure for ten minutes.

    Kindness Offensive and Speak Street join forces for Midsummer Mix

    Social groups mingle at the Kindness Offensive HQ in Camden Road 

    Published: 29 June, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    WITH hard hats and luminous jackets galore, people gathered together at the Kindness Offensive headquarters in Camden Town for the Midsummer Mix.

    Labour's deputy council leader sparks row by blaming rail suicides on austerity measures

    Pat Callaghan

    Pat Callaghan said the number of people dying on the tube was 'all to do with austerity'

    Published: 26 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    DEPUTY council leader Pat Callaghan has been criticised for linking government cuts with train suicides in Camden.

    Mugger targets woman as she waits in line at Camden Town bank

    Nationwide in Camden Town

    The victim was waiting to pay in her birthday cash

    Published: 26 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A WOMAN whose purse containing birthday present cash was snatched from her hands as she lined up inside a bank has issued a warning for people “to be more careful” when visiting Camden

    Music fans to say goodbye to Purple Turtle with doors set to close this weekend

    The Purple Turtle in Crowndale Road [Photo: Ewan Munro]

    Published: 26 June, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    ONE of Camden's best loved music venues is set to close its doors for the last time this weekend.

    ‘Ghetto’ warning over changes that will take thousands off homes waiting list

    Protesters outside the Town Hall on Monday

    Protesters outside the Town Hall on Monday

    Published: 26 June, 2015
    by RICHARD OSLEY

    All eyes on Kentish Town: Property giant linked to bid to buy up swathes of NW5

    The roads around Regis Road could be in line for a King's Cross-style makeover

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    EXCLUSIVE by WILLIAM McLENNAN

    ONE of the world’s largest property development companies is making a bid to buy up vast swathes of Kentish Town, it can be revealed. 

    Swimmers' plea to Heath bosses: Don't hand Lido over to private company

    Swimmers's plea to Heath bosses: Don't hand Lido over to private company

    Parliament Hill Lido

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    REGULAR swimmers who bathe at the Parliament Hill Lido have warned Heath managers the City of London not to hand over control of the Grade-II listed pool to a private company after it was revealed

    Fresh plea for Ruth Ellis pardon ahead of 60th anniversary of execution

    Fresh plea for Ruth Ellis pardon ahead of 60th anniversary of execution

    Ruth Ellis was hanged in 1955 for shooting her boyfriend in Hampstead

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    CAMPAIGNERS demanding a pardon for Ruth Ellis – the last woman to be hanged in Britain – will make a fresh attempt to convince the Ministry of Justice to act ahead of the 60th anniversa

    Frank Skinner tries his hand at painting during art day at Whitestone Pond

    Frank Skinner tries his hand at painting during art day at Whitestone Pond

    Frank Skinner's brush strokes

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By JANE CLINTON

    COMEDIAN Frank Skinner tentatively followed in the footsteps of painter John Constable as he spent the afternoon painting one of Hampstead’s mos

    Primrose Hill chain shop haters will not oppose arrival of wine merchant Bottle Apostle

    Bottle Apostle Primrose Hill

    Bottle Apostle will open its fifth branch in Regent's Park Road

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    WINE merchant Bottle Apostle will not fall foul of the famous resistance to chain shops in Primrose Hill when it opens its fifth London branch in Regent’s Park Road.

    Rivals clash over 'imminent public health risk' claim as Camden looks at fortnightly bin collections

    Rivals clash over 'imminent public health risk' claim as Camden looks at fortnig

    Conservative councillor Don Williams has been accused of scaremongering by Labour's new bins chief Meric Apak

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    AN “imminent” public health danger has been forecast by Conservative councillors who are opposing a move to cut weekly bin collections in Camden.

    'Unpleasant confrontations': Art group banned from Kenwood House after 'cold coffee' row

    'Unpleasant confrontations': Art group banned from Kenwood House after 'cold cof

    The Hampstead Heath Decotative and Fine Arts Society is in talks with English Heritage over 'unpleasant confrontations'

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    A GROUP of art enthusiasts has been banned from holding its meetings at Kenwood House after a row over cold coffee and car parking.

    Belsize Park church in fund-raising drive to fix leaky roof

    ​Reverend Paul Nicholson enjoys Saturday’s summer party with parishioners at St

    Reverend Paul Nicholson enjoys Saturday’s summer party with parishioners at St Saviour’s Church

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By STEVE BARNETT

    A CHURCH in Belsize Park is planning a string of fundraising events that organisers hope will quite literally raise the roof – and replace it with one that doesn’t leak! 

    Revealed: How Green leader Natalie Bennett outspent rivals in failed bid to conquer Holborn and St Pancras

    Revealed: How Green leader Natalie Bennett outspent rivals in failed bid to conq

    Natalie Bennett's campaign cost more than £40,000

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    GREEN Party leader Natalie Bennett massively outspent her rivals with a costly £40,000 election campaign as she tried to take a grip in Labour’s fortress constituency of Holborn and St

    Cocktail fans celebrate 'gentrification' of Kentish Town as bar bids for late licence

    Lliana Bird is a fan of Ladies And Gentlemen

    Published: 25 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    XFM radio DJ Lliana Bird and writer Esther Walker are among letter-writers backing a Kentish Town cocktail bar in its bid to secure a 3am licence from the council.

    Trendy cafe chain The Breakfast Club set to open in Black Cap

    The closure sparked protests in April

    Published: 24 June, 2015
    EXCLUSIVE by WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A FAMILY-RUN restaurant chain has been lined up to take over a historic Camden Town gay bar that was abruptly shut two months ago, it can be revealed.

    Withnail And I composer Rick Wentworth joins fight to 'save' AIR Studios from next door drilling

    Rick Wentworth worked on Withnail And I

    Published: 23 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    THE composer who recorded the score for cult film Withnail And I has become the latest big name to urge Camden Council to halt the excavation of a new family swimming pool close to the world-famous

    New MP Keir Starmer says Labour must 'abort' support for HS2

    New MP Keir Starmer says Labour must 'abort' support for HS2

    Sir Keir Starmer alongside Frank Dobson at a meeting earlier this month

    Published: 23 June, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    SIR Keir Starmer says he is on a mission to convince the upper echelons of the Labour Party to “abort” support for the £50billion HS2 rail project. 

    School worker tells of family harassment after refusing to allow daughters to be used in sham marriages

    Shalem Miah

    Published: 23 June, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    A SECONDARY school computer technician says his life has been ruined by bullies who have demanded tens of thousands of pounds and seized his dead father’s land after he refused to hand over h

    Not guilty: Lurcher dogs cleared of killing chihuahua

    The two lurcher dogs returned to their owners by police investigating a dog death in Primrose Hill

    Published: 23 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A PAIR of lurchers who were wrongly suspected of savaging a chihuahua in Primrose Hill have been returned to their owners after a week in police custody.

    Top cop to answer questions as Hampstead moped crimes feature in Met documentary

    Borough Commander Richard Tucker is to attend a public screening of the documentary

    Published: 22 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    THE most senior police officer in Camden will be on hand to answer resident's questions tomorrow after a special screening of a new documentary that follows the work of the Metropolitan Police.

    Home-Start Camden celebrate twenty years of helping families

    Mum Linda with daughter Ayah, volunteer Lylia, and HSC co-ordinator Anna Francis holding Parmis at the party

    Published: 22 June, 2015
    By ROSIE QUIGLEY

    A CHARITY which helps vulnerable families in Camden has celebrated its 20th year with a fun-packed party in Kentish Town.

    Stars turn out as cookery writer Clare Latimer opens new shop in Primrose Hill

    Clare Latimer with Michael Palin and Yotam Ottolenghi in her new shop

    Clare Latimer with Michael Palin and Yotam Ottolenghi in her new shop 

    Published: 19 June, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    FROM works created by leading West Country artists to Cornish pasty-shaped dog treats, a new shop run by former New Journal cookery writer Clare Latimer aims to celebrate the very best of her adopt

    Frank Skinner reveals how he is settling down to life in Hampstead as he prepares to open art fair

    Frank Skinner reveals how he is settling down to life in Hampstead as he prepare

    Comedian Frank Skinner will be at Whitestone Pond on Sunday

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    By JANE CLINTON

    COMEDIAN Frank Skinner has revealed how he has settled into life in Hampstead as he prepares to open an art day in his new neighbourhood.

    Hampstead peacock still at large after evading police and zoo staff

    The peacock strolls through a garden in Hampstead [Photo: Fifi Russell]

    Published: 19 June, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    THE elusive peacock, which has been galavanting around the streets of Hampstead and Belsize Park has “given officers and zoo staff the slip” when they tried to catch it this week. 

    Police appeal for witnesses after 10-year-old boy 'sexually assaulted' in Belsize Park

    The attack is reported to have taken place in Steeles Road on June 11

    Published: 19 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    POLICE have launched an investigation after a 10-year-old boy told officers how he was dragged into bushes and sexually assaulted by two men in Belsize Park.

    Gospel Oak school brass band shortlisted for grant to keep musical dream alive

    All pupils in years five and six play in the band 

    Published: 19 June, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    GOSPEL Oak school is urging people to help keep their musical dream alive, by voting for their brass band to win a grant.

    Two men arrested over suspected knife fight that left three in hospital are released on bail

    Adelaide Road stabbing

    Police at the scene of the stabbing in Adelaide Road

    Published: 19 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A TEENAGER who was stabbed in the stomach in broad daylight in Swiss Cottage on Tuesday remains in hospital today (Friday). 

    To let: Blustons back on the market as hopes of re-opening iconic clothing store falter

    Blustons

    The much-loved shop can be rented for £50,000 a year

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    BLUSTONS is back on the market after plans to re-open the Kentish Town landmark as a c

    Tulip Siddiq's maiden speech: Alex Salmond keeps Bangladesh's PM waiting as new MP breaks her duck

    Tulip Siddiq with her aunt, Sheikh Hasina, and husband Chris Percy
    Tulip Siddiq with her aunt, Sheikh Hasina, and husband Chris Percy
     
    Published: 18 June, 2015
    SKETCH by RICHARD OSLEY at the HOUSE OF COMMONS
     

    IT was Alex Salmond who kept the prime minister of Bangladesh waiting, although he may not have realised it as he argued on and on about how Scotland should fit into the handling of the European re

    Here come Foxtons: Firm to become 14th estate agent on Kentish Town Road

    Here come Foxtons: Firm to become 14th estate agent on Kentish Town Road

    Foxtons will open in the old Citizens Advice Bureau

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    ESTATE agents Foxtons could be set to move into Kentish Town Road – prompting residents’ groups to call for stronger planning laws to protect diversity on high streets.

    'People know me': Diane Abbott tells Labour mayoral hustings that star turns on TV will give her campaign lift-off

    The six contenders to be Labour's mayoral candidate were at the Camden Centre last night

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    DIANE Abbott told Labour Party members last night (Wednesday) that her celebrity turns on television quiz shows gave her the perfect platform to engage with voters as she outlined her bid to be Lab

    WATCH: Wahaca opens in Kentish Town with film about its new site's t-shirt printing past

    WATCH: Wahaca opens in Kentish Town with film about its new site's t-shirt print

    Wahaca opened in Kentish Town today

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    AS fans of The Clash and The Jam and fully involved in the punk scene of the 1970s, designers Cat Santos and Sodge Adams were right in the midst of the world famous fashions of the period.

    Hospital chiefs who are paid more than the PM face salary review

    Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and UCLH chief executive Sir Robert Naylor

    Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and UCLH chief executive Sir Robert Naylor

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    by TOM FOOT

    Committee chairman tells community centres to stop FIFA computer games in wake of corruption scandal

    How Councillor Olad could look as a FIFA character

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    IT is one of the world’s most popular computer games, mesmerising players with the chance to live out their football fantasies on the screen.

    Diana Rigg 'saddened' by threat to libraries

    Dame Diana Rigg

    Published: 18 June, 2015
    By JANE CLINTON

    DAME Diana Rigg has lamented the threats to the future of libraries as she prepares to perform at fundraiser for one that the council hived off to volunteers.

    Two arrested after 18-year-old left in 'serious condition' in Swiss Cottage stabbing

    Adelaide Road

    Police at the scene in Adelaide Road on Tuesday afternoon 

    Published: 17 June, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    SPECIALIST gang crime detectives are investigating a suspected knife fight in Swiss Cottage that left three young men in hospital. 

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