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28th September 2016
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Bin collections to go fortnightly in some streets in Camden
SOME homes in Camden are to see their bin collections switch to a fortnightly service, but the council is yet to reveal exactly where. Labour...
Burglars with suitcases raid new Kentish Town boutique Diverse
THIEVES pulled off an audacious Supermarket Sweep-style burglary this week at a new clothes boutique in Kentish Town – using suitcases on...
Patients in wheelchairs stranded as hospital's lifts break down for three days
NHS chiefs have apologised for an “unacceptable situation” after dozens of weak and frail patients were stranded at the top of a...
Police probe past of schoolgirl killer James Warnock, asking: Did he have any other other victims?
DETECTIVES are investigating whether a killer who evaded police for 34 years committed any other crimes during the long wait to bring him to justice...
MP takes up case of patient crowd-funding for cancer drug that NHS won't pay for
THE health secretary has been alerted to the “extremely serious” plight of a young man with terminal cancer whose hospital consultant has...
Architect's bold vision of raised green walkways to transform Highgate Road garage site
A SERIES of raised grass walkways snaking over a busy road; an underused space that was once common land returned to grazing goats and sheep; and...
Writer Hunter Davies says council bureaucracy is blocking plan to provide rent-free flat to hospice nurse
ONE of the country’s best-known writers says his plans to provide a rent-free flat for a nurse from the hospice which cared for his wife have...
Tears as chainsaws move in on Camden Town estate's wildlife haven
CHAINSAW contractors have hacked down a stretch of trees on a council estate in Camden Town to the horror of residents. The Town Hall backed the...
Two injured after collision involving unmarked police car outside Kentish Town restaurant
AN UNMARKED police car was this evening (Tuesday) involved in a collision with reports that it smashed into a crowd of diners outside a...
West Hampstead police team issues warning to Pokemon Go players
IT is the virtual reality craze which has seen grown adults decide that the best way to spend their lives is to chase children's cartoon...
Patients and staff make scathing criticisms of Camden's health services in confidential survey
An investigation into Camden’s mental health services was ordered by the Town Hall after the death of Jeffrey Mann, who took his own life last...
Justice at last: The full story of how detectives finally snared schoolgirl killer James Warnock after 34 years
A MIDDLE-AGED handyman has been jailed for life for the rape and murder of Yiannoulla Yianni more than 34 years ago. A jury at the Old Bailey,...
Warnock conviction: Former London Assembly members tells how boys at his old school were treated like suspects
ON a lazy, sunny afternoon, during the summer holidays from school, I read the Sunday papers at home. I caught a glimpse of a name and a hazy face in...
Businesses in Hampstead vote to pay new levy for improvements to area
BUSINESSES will pay an extra levy to a new body tasked with improving shopping and trade in Hampstead. In a local referendum of business owners, the...
Primrose Hill resident appeals for return of Tuscan jug
THE owner of a treasured water jug is appealing for its return after it was swiped from a wall outside their home. The jug, bought from a convent in...
Now red telephone boxes in Hampstead are going to be offices for rent
SHOPPERS in Hampstead were impressed when two enterprising baristas squeezed a coffee stall into a disused red phone box earlier this year. But now a...
Bar company pulls out of Black Cap deal as calls for it to open again as LGBT venue continue
A BAR company that was looking to open a new venue at the historic Black Cap pub has pulled out – and now claims the site is likely to “...
MPs split as Tulip Siddiq votes against nuclear weapons but Keir Starmer backs Trident renewal
CAMDEN MPs were split this week as Keir Starmer backed the renewal of Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons system while Tulip Siddiq opposed the...
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CPS faces questions as protesters are cleared of violent disorder at anti-gentrification demo
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Son shines as Spurs earn their first Champions League points with win over CSKA Moscow
Wenger praises 'nearly perfect' performance as Arsenal crush Chelsea
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Hitting the headlines! New league kicks-off for kids
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