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28th November 2014
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Everything must go! Kentish Town woman gives away possessions every day for a month
WHILE hordes of desperate shoppers battle it out to try and grab a bargain this "Black Friday", one Camden woman is providing an antidote...
Blow for Heath campaigners as £17m ponds project is given the go-ahead
How Hampstead Heath could look under City of London plans to strengthen its flood defences Published: 28 November, 2014 by DAN CARRIER A HIGH Court...
Snatch movie villain Alan Ford backs Primrose Hill pub crawl
HE HAS starred as the East End villain who threatened to feed his enemies to the pigs, but now actor Alan Ford will be on hand for the far less messy...
Labour selection contender Angela Pober: 'I can offer broader experience than a career politician'
ONE of the contenders in Labour’s parliamentary selection contest in Holborn and St Pancras has warned members against choosing a “...
Expenses scandal head Jo Shuter clears first hurdle in bid to return to classroom
A “SUPERHEAD” who was banned from teaching for life after an expenses scandal could be back in the classroom in just two years after a...
Hampstead alley to be named after horror novel The Day Of The Triffids
THE bestselling sci-fi novel The Day of the Triffids and its links with South End Green is set to be celebrated with a plaque and a new road name....
Labour organisers told it would be 'short-sighted' to block women from selection shortlist
LABOUR Party organisers are under pressure to include up to six names on a final shortlist of contenders in the Holborn and St Pancras parliamentary...
Lib Dem president Tim Farron calls Camden Council 'mugs' over homes deal
LIBERAL Democrat president Tim Farron waded into controversy surrounding a development in West Hampstead, branding the council “mugs” for...
Councillor recovering from concussion after punch attack
A COUNCILLOR has told how she was punched in the street as she guided her blind brother home. Police were called after Maryam Eslamdoust ...
Planners block 'sore thumb' Hampstead house design
ARCHITECTS were left disappointed as planning chiefs threw out designs for a striking new house in a Hampstead street after being told it would...
Cash-strapped Whittington Hospital discuss closing down 'ISIS' ward
THE top boss of the Whittington has warned that its finances are “of major concern” as board chiefs weigh up the closure of a central...
Fruit stall evicted from Kentish Town tube station as trendy burrito bar prepares to move in
A POPULAR fruit-and-veg stall in Kentish Town has been told it must close in the New Year – with Transport for London about to strike a...
Married: Couple who got engaged in last moments of the Crown and Goose pub
WHEN the Crown and Goose pub was reduced to rubble by a bulldozer earlier this year, thousands mourned the passing of one of Camden Town’s most...
Holborn underground station evacuated amid reports of 'armed incident'
Published: 26 November, 2014 By WILLIAM McLENNAN HOLBORN tube station has been evacuated amid reports that armed police are patrolling the station....
Snapshots by Camden's finest amateur photographers go on display
Some of the borough's best amateur photographers came together to show off their work at a special exhibition event this week, as prizes were...
Camden hair stylist wins global title in prestigious hairdressing contest
A Camden hair stylist has been branded a global hairdressing champion this week, after representing the UK at one of the industry's most...
Shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt's former school slams Labour threat to remove tax relief from private schools
THE headmaster at shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt's former school in Hampstead has warned the Labour Party that it risks 'offensive...
Coroner rules stem cell freezing problem 'might' have contributed to Great Ormond Street patient's death
PROBLEMS with freezing stem cells at Great Ormond Street Hospital “might” have contributed to the death of a 12-year-old cancer patient,...
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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