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30th August 2014
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Football tournament in honour of brave Cain Jeremie
A FOOTBALL tournament in memory of a young man who battled for his whole life against a heart condition will be held this evening (Friday). Cain...
Police search for driver of Jaguar car which smashed into Dartmouth Park house
FOR Dartmouth Park’s Joy Hawker, it was a sleepy Sunday morning like any other – until a luxury car smashed through her garden wall. The...
Arsenal's mascot Gunnersaurus takes Ice Bucket Challenge - then nominates Chirpy and Stamford The Lion
GUNNERSAURUS - the dinosaur mascot at Arsenal football club - joined in the craze for the “Ice Bucket Challenge” this week, a worldwide...
PEEPS: Council leader Sarah Hayward's bizarre 'never said it' tweet
* WHILE London Mayor Boris Johnson was plumping for Uxbridge as a place to be MP this week, his columnist sister Rachel was shopping in Camden Town...
Squatting charges dropped against Gospel Oak housing protesters
CRIMINAL charges against a group of housing campaigners who had occupied a council-owned house that was sold off at auction were dr...
Cluster of mental health patient deaths under investigation
AN investigation has been launched into the second unexpected “cluster” of deaths of mental health Camden patients in just over a year....
Christopher Eccleston backs charity 'Pinknic' fund-raiser in Waterlow Park
FORMER Dr Who Christopher Eccleston is backing a charity planning a colourful fund-raising picnic in Waterlow Park in memory of a Highgate student...
Belsize fire investigation: Woman charged with attempted murder
A WOMAN has been charged with the attempted murder of a child after a fire broke out in a flat in Belsize Park. She appeared at Highbury Corner...
Piccadilly Circuses all over the borough? Bid to fill £70m budget gap
Councillor Theo Blackwell said: ‘We can’t have Piccadilly Circuses all over the borough. It has to be done carefully’ Published: 28...
Covent Garden window displays come to life for arts festival
AT first glance, it appears as though the mannequins in Covent Garden's window displays came to life on Tuesday. Passers-by were surprised to see...
A two minute ceremony and then a dive in the pool: Bioux Hayes marries Kitty Bang Bang in Las Vegas
IT must be one of the shortest and most unorthodox weddings in history. One of Camden Town’s most rock ’n’ roll couples,...
Doris Lessing's book collection flown from West Hampstead to Harare
THREE thousand books from Doris Lessing’s personal library will be making the 5,000-mile journey from West Hampstead to Harare this year. The...
'Guerilla' gardeners set to plant new orchard in Primrose Hill
A GUERILLA gardening group in Primrose Hill are inviting people to join them this Saturday in planting a new community orchard. Meeting at 10am by...
Masked DJ spinning records outside Camden Town tube station says he's here to stay
A DJ who has made the pedestrianised area outside Camden Town station his favourite pitch says he will keep spinning records until he is told to stop...
Ebola virus sufferer is only the third patient to be treated at Royal Free's high-security isolation unit
A BRITISH nurse being treated for the Ebola virus at the Royal Free is only the third patient to be cared for at the hospital’s high-security...
Paddington Bear statue set for Primrose Hill sparks 'advertising in parks' row
HE is famously one of the politest bears you could ever encounter, a character whose endearing qualities have made him a children’s favourite...
Private snooker hall 'hidden in council garages'
THE walls of council-owned garages have been knocked through to create an underground “private snooker hall”, according to housing chief...
Kentish Town coffee shop told to take down hilarious railway bridge sign
A COFFEE shop credited with coming up with one of the funniest adverts in London - a parody of the signs on the railway bridge outside - has been...
Finding a way to get out of household debt
The top five winter music festivals in Europe
Brittany Ferries first luxury cruiser returns to...
Want a winter sun tan? Here’s how to make your...
Broadband: Can you imagine life without it?
EY is the first global sponsor of Glasgow 2014...
The best things in life aren’t free
Feature: KLM Launches Airline Simulation Mobile...
Take a flight of fancy across the language barrier
Maternity Rights in the UK
REVIEWS : Books
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
FATAL ATTRACTION: Author Peter Stubley on why we have a deadly fascination with murder
BOOKS: Reading is a shared experience at The London Literary Salon, based in Kentish Town, says Toby Brothers
LABOUR OF LOVE: How brave actors brushed off death threats to bring Shakespeare to Afghanistan
THE SNOWMAN: Meet the creators behind a sequel set to make you melt!
REVIEWS : Theatre
THEATRE: Sofka at the Calder Bookshop
THEATRE: The Way You Tell Them at Camden People’s
THEATRE: Latest News > January 17
THEATRE: Local Listings > January 17
GUNG HEY FAT CHOY – Chinese New Year 2013
CINEMA: Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx in Django Unchained
CINEMA: Also On Release This Week - The Sessions
CINEMA: Mccullin Directed by David and Jacqui Morris
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