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27th February 2015
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Last gasp veto? Environment minister Elizabeth Truss says it's too late to stop Hampstead Heath dams project
A LAST-gasp attempt to block the £22million dam-building project on Hampstead Heath has failed after a senior government minister refused to...
In pictures: Duchess of Cornwall visits Camden Town animal hospital
THE Duchess of Cornwall paid a visit to Camden Town's largest animal hospital this morning, where she met vets, nurses, students and a cat named...
WATCH: Glenda Jackson accuses Prime Minister David Cameron of 'gross misuse of national property'
GLENDA Jackson accused Prime Minister David Cameron of “gross misuse of national property” in a House of Commons showdown yesterday (...
Boy George appeals to planning inspector over council block on home improvements
POP star Boy George has launched an appeal against the Town Hall’s decision to reject his plans for building works aimed at brightening up his...
Puppy 'lucky to be alive' after dog-on-dog attack in Hampstead
THE owner of a King Charles Spaniel puppy says it was lucky to escape with its life after being attacked by another dog in Hampstead High Street....
Masked burglars hold grandfather hostage in his home before stealing necklace commemorating dead brother
A DISABLED grandfather has told how he was held hostage by four masked men who smashed their way through his window, ransacked his home and stole a...
Woody Harrelson turns up in Primrose Hill and asks for a game of football
IN a woolly hat and trackie bottoms, he looked like any other Sunday morning footballer shooting at jumpers for goalposts in the park. But Hollywood...
Hundreds of patients in West Hampstead told their GP surgery is closing
HUNDREDS of patients have been told their surgery could close in three months after a GP announced his retirement. NHS chiefs are in the process of...
Mother pleads not guilty to arson at flat where daughter lay sleeping
A TEACHER set fire to the Swiss Cottage flat where her daughter lay sleeping after writing a suicide note saying she would “take her with me...
Bus blaze in Camden Road on day of firefighters' strike over pensions
CONTINGENCY fire crews rushed out to tackle a blaze on a bus in Camden Road this morning, on a day when strike action meant only around a quarter of...
Live art at Stables Market pop up creative event
ARTISTS will be live at work at the Stables Market this weekend as part of a pop up digital art show. Guests can quiz the painters while they...
HS2 chiefs set to abandon plans to demolish Euston station with move back to old scheme
HS2 chiefs have performed an “astonishing” triple u-turn after appearing to ditch the plan to demolish Euston Station in favour of an old...
Punk band Gnarwolves hype up fans at Camden Lock with secret gig on a boat
THERE were thrashing guitars and drums on the waters of Camden Lock this weekend as a punk band performed a secret gig on a boat. Gnarwolves...
Man finds body floating in Grand Union Canal on his way home from work
A body was discovered floating in the Grand Union Canal by a member of the public on Friday night. The man, who was cycling home from work just...
Camden street style #36: How to wear tartan suits and little black dresses
Maria Debbabi is pretty clear about what her favourite shop she is – she is dressed from head to toe in H&M, apart from her looped scarf...
Sir Keir Starmer will not comment on Jack Straw case but wants 'clearer lines' on MP rules
LABOUR parliamentary candidate Sir Keir Starmer said today (Monday) he will not comment on secret filming which appeared to show former foreign...
Javier Gonzalez: How I survived one of London's worst tube train crashes
A SURVIVOR of one of Britain’s worst Tube crashes has written a book about his “near-death experience” ahead of the disaster’...
Police hunt masked man behind sexual assault at Chalk Farm station
A MASKED man carrying a baseball bat sexually assaulted a woman on a Tube train at Chalk Farm. Police are seeking witnesses to the attack between 5....
Finding a way to get out of household debt
The top five winter music festivals in Europe
Brittany Ferries first luxury cruiser returns to...
Broadband: Can you imagine life without it?
Want a winter sun tan? Here’s how to make your...
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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