The Independent London Newspaper
19th September 2014

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The York Rise Street Party is one of Camden's most popular summer festivals
Fudge was locked in a spice rack until the owners could be traced
James Duddy and Jessica Braviner with Piccolo the Polecat
Raj Chada wants to be Labour's parliamentary candidate in Holborn and St Pancras
Police are trying to locate Kyriacos Phantis
Reverend Jon March from Kentish Town with comedian Bentley Browning
HOB's Lisa Dopson collects her award
Sabrina Moss
London Irish Centre prepares to celebrate 60th anniversary this weekend
Rolf Gehlhaar at home in Belsize Park
Basement Jaxx
Cyclist Deep Lee died in King's Cross in 2011
The Blues Kitchen is about to celebrate its fifth birthday
Bungling Camden Council claims its historic park dates back to days of 'Charles
HS2 meeting
It's not going to be an estate agent! West Hampstead to get new butcher's
Donna Brunt was one of the most popular traders in Queen's Crescent
Avenue Road
General manager Tim Bell explains the history of Cyberdog
Hope and Anchor
Bill Nighy and friends head to the Odeon in Parkway, Camden Town
The scene in Kentish Town this morning as the squatters' belongings are moved ou
Accessorize moving to Camden
Kenny Moody
Clinical director of The National Hospital Professor John Duncan, actor and char
Inquest opens into death of Julie Sillitoe, cab driver killed at traffic lights
Donna Brunt
The former Dr Who actor Christopher Eccleston helps launch the fund-raiser for t
A protest banner outside the Highbury Corner Magistrates Court
Jaguar crash Camden
Police
Doris Lessing lived in West Hampstead

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