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28th July 2016

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    Amy Winehouse - Star behind the bar ‘She’d just turn up’ - says Dublin Castle landlady Peggy Conlon

    Amy with Peggy Conlon

    Published: 28 July 2011
    by RICHARD OSLEY

    AMY Winehouse would pop up behind the bar serving customers at some of Camden Town’s best-known bars.

    Amy Winehouse: Updates

    Camden Square

    WEDNESDAY JULY 27 14:20 Mourning fans kept residents awake all night in Camden Square, playing Amy Winehouse songs on repeat until police intervened.

    Whittington Hospital boss, Rob Larkman, quits – destination unknown

    Speculation links sudden departure of chief executive to failed plans for Royal Free merger

    Published: 17th February, 2011
    by TOM FOOT

    End of an era as Ellen Luby's voice is silenced

    Ellen Luby

    Politicians pay tribute to the ‘indomitable fighter’ who spiced up Town Hall meetings with commentary from public gallery

    Published: 15 July, 2010
    by RICHARD OSLEY and DAN CARRIER

    ‘SAVE OUR CARROTS’

    The former Middlesex Hospital site

    Sale plan wrecks allotment dream at former Middlesex Hospital site

    Published: 18 March 2010
    by JAMIE WELHAM

    Eyewitnesses describe horror of unmarked police car crash at pizzeria

    The scene at Pizza East in Highgate Road on Tuesday evening [Pic: Zora Suleman]

    Published: 28 July, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    DINERS who narrowly avoided being hit by an undercover police car that careered off the road outside a Kentish Town restaurant have described their “extremely lucky” escape. 

    Celebrations as ultra rare berry - the world's shiniest - is planted in Highgate allotment

    asd

    Published: 28 July, 2016
    By DAN CARRIER

    IT has been named by scientists as “the shiniest berry in the world” and is so rare that the only specimen in the UK was, until recently, found in a seed archive at Kew Gardens.

    'It's like a warzone': Families in Chalk Farm fear for safety after man is shot in the stomach

    Juniper Crescent

    Published: 28 July, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    PARENTS have describ­ed how they feel unsafe in their own homes after children witnessed a bloody escalation of street violence at the start of the school summer holidays.

    Anyone for duckweed soup? Researchers probe whether green canal sludge could be new superfood

    Tim Mulligan clearing duckweed from the canal: ‘I see plenty of ducks tucking into it, so I guess it could be the next super-food craze’

    Published: 28 July, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    IT is the thick carpet of green slime that clogs the canal each year in the sweltering summer heat – but could Camden Lock’s duckweed help solve a world hunger crisis? 

    Opponents says they will fight 'mafia-like' levy on Hampstead businesses

    Hampstead BID supporters: Karen Howell, Caroline Goldsack, Andrew Lavery, Mayank Patel, Cllr Oliver Cooper and Helen Duncan

    Published: 28 July, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    A GROUP of business owners in Hampstead village say they want to quash a “mafia-like” new levy to pay for a body tasked with improvements to the area.