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4th March 2015
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It's a girl! Keepers at London Zoo announce baby gorilla is female
ZOOKEEPERS have revealed that the baby gorilla born at London Zoo, is a girl. They have named the youngster Alika, a name meaning “most...
'Council flat hotels': Town Hall opens new investigations into AirBNB adverts
BUSINESS in Camden’s so-called council-flat hotels was last night (Wednesday) feared at risk of becoming “rampant” with new...
Rival Polish football fans argue it out with graffiti war across Camden canals
OFFENSIVE graffiti left by rival groups of Polish football hooligans has been sprayed in Camden Lock, sparking urgent action by canal authorities....
Tory leader vows to blow open secrets behind Town Hall pay-off deals
CAMDEN’S Conservative group leader has vowed to blow open the secrets surrounding Town Hall pay-off deals handed to departing staff. In a...
Watch thieves drag woman to the ground by her hair in Finchley Road
AN eyewitness to a horrific attack by moped-riding street thieves has called for the public to be vigilant after seeing a woman thrown to the ground...
Camden set to name council housing block after Frank Dobson
AS perhaps Camden’s most famous council tenant, Frank Dobson has a closer connection than most MPs to public housing. Now the retiring...
Town Hall was asked to investigate councillor who looked 'aggressive in photo'
A MEMBER of the public made an official complaint about a councillor looking “aggressive” in a photograph. The politician involved has...
Patient who had to wait two weeks for appointment removes medical staples at home by watching YouTube video
A DESPERATE transplant patient was forced into a DIY procedure to remove her own surgical staples after claiming she had been told by her doctor...
Market closes down as Hawley Wharf development project begins
THE shutters have come down and the gates have closed at Camden Lock Village Market for the last time with the development at Hawley Wharf finally...
Camden's health squad out to make residents fitter
CAMDEN's health squad are out and about in town this week, to offer advice on how to look and feel better. People who want to stop smoking or get...
First forty acts announced for Camden Rocks Festival
FUNERAL for a Friend and Heaven's Basement are top of the list of bands set to take over Camden Town as part of the borough's biggest rock...
Mother of baby who died while in care of out-of-hours health company files High Court writ
THE mother of a baby who died from pneumonia while in the care of a profit-making company running Camden’s out-of-hours NHS service has...
Pensioner driver jailed for causing death of mother in West Hampstead sees prison term cut on appeal
THE elderly driver jailed for causing the death of a young mother when his car left the road in West Hampstead has had his prison sentence reduced...
Faith leaders mark Holocaust Memorial Day by pledging to fight xenophobia together
MUSLIM, Jewish and Christian community leaders came together with local politicians to take a stand against xenophobia and reaffirm their joint...
Headteacher Rebecca Harris set to quit Bloomsbury primary school
A HEADTEACHER of an “outstanding” primary school has quit for a new life on the south coast. Rebecca Harris has resigned from St George...
Paramedics to join pay strike
NHS staff are set to go on strike on Thursday as part of an ongoing dispute over pay. Ambulance staff who are members of the GMB union will walk out...
Gordon Ramsay told he is liable for York and Albany rent bill
GORDON Ramsay has been told by a High Court judge that he is personally liable for the £640,000 annual rent on a Regent’s Park pub. Mr...
Developers appeal against block on Swiss Cottage skyscraper
A CONTROVERSIAL tower block scheme in the heart of Swiss Cottage is set to be considered by a Whitehall planning inspector after housing developers...
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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