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23rd July 2014

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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

Frank Dobson steps down as Holborn and St Pancras MP

As revealed on last week's front page, Frank Dobson is using the Labour constituency meeting to announce his resignation

Published: 22 July, 2014
By RICHARD OSLEY

FRANK Dobson is tonight (Tuesday) at Camden Town Hall telling Labour Party colleagues of his decision to step down from the House of Commons.

Camden Council unveils 20k minimum salary plan for workforce

Camden Council leader Sarah Hayward

Camden Council leader Sarah Hayward

Published: 22 July, 2014
By TOM FOOT

THE Town Hall has unveiled a new policy where no council worker will be paid less than £20,000 a year.

Hampstead Heath dams project plans lodged at Town Hall

MP Owen Paterson with Simon Marcus and Marc Hutchison of the Heath and Hampstead

MP Owen Paterson with Simon Marcus and Marc Hutchison of the Heath and Hampstead Society

Published: 22 July, 2014
By DAN CARRIER

CONTROVERSIAL £17m plans to build huge new dams and flood defences on Hampstead Heath were lodged at the Town Hall this week.

England finally beat Uruguay... at croquet

As you probably know, I have decided not to stand at the next General Election.

Brian Havill, playing for England, Jonathan Lamb and Ian Stanton, representing Uruguay, and England’s Gabrielle Higgins, the current British women’s croquet champion

Published: 22 July, 2014
By DAN CARRIER

IT may not heal the wounds of England’s ignominious performance in the World Cup, but at least we can say we’re better at one sport than Uruguay.

Planners approve gastropub makeover for Bull and Gate

Bull and Gate

The Bull and Gate became celebrated for hosting big name bands before they were famous

Published: 22 July, 2014
By DAN CARRIER

FAMOUS music venue The Bull and Gate will be turned into a gastro­pub after planners approved a scheme to remove features inside the Grade II-listed building in Kentish Town Road, knock down it