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2nd August 2015
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Labour's deputy council leader sparks row by blaming rail suicides on austerity measures
DEPUTY council leader Pat Callaghan has been criticised for linking government cuts with train suicides in Camden. She told Monday’s full...
Mugger targets woman as she waits in line at Camden Town bank
A WOMAN whose purse containing birthday present cash was snatched from her hands as she lined up inside a bank has issued a warning for people...
Music fans to say goodbye to Purple Turtle with doors set to close this weekend
ONE of Camden's best loved music venues is set to close its doors for the last time this weekend. Saturday night will be the last hurrah for the...
‘Ghetto’ warning over changes that will take thousands off homes waiting list
Protesters outside the Town Hall on Monday Published: 26 June, 2015 by RICHARD OSLEY THE Town Hall has been warned it is abandoning the principles...
Swimmers' plea to Heath bosses: Don't hand Lido over to private company
REGULAR swimmers who bathe at the Parliament Hill Lido have warned Heath managers the City of London not to hand over control of the Grade-II listed...
Fresh plea for Ruth Ellis pardon ahead of 60th anniversary of execution
CAMPAIGNERS demanding a pardon for Ruth Ellis – the last woman to be hanged in Britain – will make a fresh attempt to convince the...
All eyes on Kentish Town: Property giant linked to bid to buy up swathes of NW5
ONE of the world’s largest property development companies is making a bid to buy up vast swathes of Kentish Town, it can be revealed. ...
Frank Skinner tries his hand at painting during art day at Whitestone Pond
COMEDIAN Frank Skinner tentatively followed in the footsteps of painter John Constable as he spent the afternoon painting one of Hampstead’s...
Primrose Hill chain shop haters will not oppose arrival of wine merchant Bottle Apostle
WINE merchant Bottle Apostle will not fall foul of the famous resistance to chain shops in Primrose Hill when it opens its fifth London branch in...
Rivals clash over 'imminent public health risk' claim as Camden looks at fortnightly bin collections
AN “imminent” public health danger has been forecast by Conservative councillors who are opposing a move to cut weekly bin collections in...
'Unpleasant confrontations': Art group banned from Kenwood House after 'cold coffee' row
A GROUP of art enthusiasts has been banned from holding its meetings at Kenwood House after a row over cold coffee and car parking. English Heritage...
Belsize Park church in fund-raising drive to fix leaky roof
A CHURCH in Belsize Park is planning a string of fundraising events that organisers hope will quite literally raise the roof – and replace it...
Revealed: How Green leader Natalie Bennett outspent rivals in failed bid to conquer Holborn and St Pancras
GREEN Party leader Natalie Bennett massively outspent her rivals with a costly £40,000 election campaign as she tried to take a grip in Labour...
Cocktail fans celebrate 'gentrification' of Kentish Town as bar bids for late licence
XFM radio DJ Lliana Bird and writer Esther Walker are among letter-writers backing a Kentish Town cocktail bar in its bid to secure a 3am licence...
Trendy cafe chain The Breakfast Club set to open in Black Cap
A FAMILY-RUN restaurant chain has been lined up to take over a historic Camden Town gay bar that was abruptly shut two months ago, it can be revealed...
Withnail And I composer Rick Wentworth joins fight to 'save' AIR Studios from next door drilling
THE composer who recorded the score for cult film Withnail And I has become the latest big name to urge Camden Council to halt the excavation of a...
Not guilty: Lurcher dogs cleared of killing chihuahua
A PAIR of lurchers who were wrongly suspected of savaging a chihuahua in Primrose Hill have been returned to their owners after a week in police...
School worker tells of family harassment after refusing to allow daughters to be used in sham marriages
A SECONDARY school computer technician says his life has been ruined by bullies who have demanded tens of thousands of pounds and seized his dead...
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...
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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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