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22nd May 2015

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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

    Camden has a new mayor! Larraine Revah becomes borough's first citizen

    Outgoing mayor Lazzaro Pietragnoli hands over the mayoral chain to Larraine Reva

    Outgoing mayor Lazzaro Pietragnoli hands over the mayoral chain to Larraine Revah

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    THE red robe and gold chain were transferred to Camden’s new mayor at the Town Hall last night (Wednesday), writes Alina Polianskaya.

    The King's Cross code: Why Northern Line passengers are ignoring station signs to get to their trains quicker

    The King's Cross code: Why the signs send you the long way round to the Northern

    The long way - signs direct you away from the speediest route to the Northern Line at King's Cross

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    IT is known as the “King’s Cross code”: two fast-track routes to what, for those who take the long walk, might seem like the promised land of the Northern line platforms.

    Neighbours fail to stop philosopher Alain de Botton's guesthouse plan for Hampstead back street

    ALAIN de Botton’s plan for a modern hotel in the heart of Hampstead village has

    The proposed hotel for Streatley Place, and philosopher Alain de Botton, who founded social enterprise Living Architecture

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By GEOFFREY SAWYER

    ALAIN de Botton’s plan for a modern hotel in the heart of Hampstead village has won planning permission from councillors, despite a welter of objections from neighbours.

    Is your toothache related to emotional problems? Retiring dentist links teeth and the mind

    Is your toothache related to emotional problems? Retiring dentist links teeth an

    Vicky Lee – seated, wearing red – with patients and friends at her  birthday party

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    FOR many, a trip to the dentist is a dreaded affair and people will often put up with excruciating toothache before making an appointment.

    Row builds over future of Travis Perkins site in West Hampstead

    Row builds over future of Travis Perkins site in West Hampstead

    The site in West End Lane

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    A ROW over plans to turn a block of offices and shops in West Hampstead into affordable and private housing has erupted after a leading UK building supplies firm accused the council of putting mone