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28th May 2016
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I promise to save Camden's public toilets from closure, pledges Zac Goldsmith as mayoral election looms
CONSERVATIVE London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith has reached out to voters with a pledge to save Camden’s under-threat public toilets if he...
Art or fly-tipping? Council clears away Belsize Park bike 'sculpture' only to see it keep being rebuilt
A CAT-and-mouse game is taking place on Haverstock Hill between a man building a bicycle sculpture on the street and council binmen who think it...
FIRST PICTURE: Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq with new baby daughter Azalea
WITH a smile even bigger than the one she flashed on the night she was elected to the House of Commons last year, this is the first picture of...
Protest turns into celebration at Parliament Hill cafe as owners say thank you for help fighting Benugo takeover
CAMPAIGNERS gathered on Parliament Hill Fields this afternoon (Sunday) at what they expected to be a last ditch protest over changes to three much...
Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq gives birth to first child
MP Tulip Siddiq has given birth to her first child at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead. She has been deluged with messages of congratulations...
'We're not the bad guys', insists owner of souvenir shop raided by legal high police
A SHOPKEEPER whose souvenir store was closed after hundreds of packets of synthetic cannabis were discovered in a police raid has hit out at officers...
V For Vendetta mask creator says he's proud of its regular use at protests
THE artist who first drew the “V For Vendetta” mask has told of his pride at how it has been borrowed as an “all-purpose symbol...
Revealed: Designs that will turn Hampstead police station into school
ITS dark and stony cells were for more than a century the haunt of Hampstead’s most hardened criminals. But the former Hampstead Police Station...
Exodus of 'high-performing' pupils ditching Camden's state schools at secondary level
AN exodus of “high-achieving” children pulled out of the state education system at secondary level by wealthier families has been...
Food market operated without planning permission in front of the Town Hall for a year and a half
A STREET food market a few steps from the Town Hall operated without council planning permission for more than a year before officials realised and...
New community centre will have ‘top quality facilities’ – and a rent bill of £100k
The community centre at the bottom of Bertram Street that faces demolition Published: 8 April, 2016 by DAN CARRIER THE future of the Highgate...
Team of street wardens crack down on rough sleepers in Camden High Street
COUNCIL street wardens were out in force this morning as they moved rough sleepers away from Camden High Street. A team of four, in high-vis,...
GP deal is won by not-for-profit docs
CAMPAIGNERS are claiming a major victory against NHS privatisation after Camden’s out-of-hours GP contract was awarded to a not-for-profit...
Andrew Marr says HS2 bosses should pay for Primrose Hill air monitors
BROADCASTER Andrew Marr has criticised the government and the managers of the HS2 railway project for failing to install pollution-testing equipment...
No duck? Sir Nigel Gresley’s statue is unveiled at King's Cross
IT has ruffled feathers and caused an unbridgeable rift among members of a society of train enthusiasts. But this week the argument as to...
How Brexit Will Impact The UK Insurance Industry
Published: 7 April, 2016 IN the EU referendum leaflet sent to every household earlier this month, one of the arguments for staying in the EU was to...
EXCLUSIVE: Benugo pulls out of Heath cafe takeover deals
CAFE chain Benugo has dramatically pulled out of their move to take over the cafes on Hampstead Heath amid public fury. The company was set to seize...
Next door basement plan will put Charles Dickens Museum at risk, warns director
IT is the ultimate mecca for Charles Dickens fans arriving in London from around the world – the last surviving townhouse in the capital to...
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Third placard appears on the Brexit vote balconies near Hampstead Heath urging people to spoil their ballot papers
Woman rushed to hospital after being hit by train at Kilburn High Road station
Security van driver sentenced to eight years in jail for £600,000 hit on his own vehicle
London's Congolese community in mourning as tributes are paid to knife victim Maria Mbombo
'House basement dig is not about making money' insists family in Flask Walk home improvement row
Appeal court: Sabrina Moss's killers told they must serve 37-year jail terms for Kilburn High Road murder
Gunners snap up Swiss star Xhaka
Old boys team up for Mind game
Waterlogged! Ladies washed out at Rovers
Spectacular night of drama ends youth league season
History maker! Frankie lifts the elusive Star Shield after 52 years
Harriers in a night of Olympic magic
Flaming hex, it’s 21 years
Invincible! Legend Sol drops in for skills session
England legend Sol Campbell heaps praise on youth league
Gunners prevail on day of records
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