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27th June 2017

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    Capital gold! Table tennis hotshots are tops

    UCS stars Toby Crawcour, Ben Barbarash, Josh Imler, Joseph Abrahams, Jacob Zakaim, Rafi Burns and Charlie Gordon with Paralympian Aaron McKibbin and Emily St John, head of development at Table Tennis England 

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    by STEVE BARNETT

    Striker Giroud urges Arsenal gaffer to sign up and stay

    Olivier Giroud: “I wanted to renew my deal and I think it was the right moment f

    Olivier Giroud: “I wanted to renew my deal and I think it was the right moment for me to sign a new contract with the club’

    Council leader 'deeply concerned' by Theresa May's move to quit single market

    Sarah Hayward

    Published: 19 January, 2017

    THE Town Hall has set up a cross-party group which will tackle the effects of Britain's exit from the European Union.

    Hospital board investigates spike in unexpected deaths

    The Whittington Hospital in Archway

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By TOM FOOT

    HOSPITAL chiefs have reported a spike in unexpected deaths and warned of “immense pressure” on the NHS during the winter months.

    Shrine to George Michael continues to grow in Highgate village

    Fans of the singer are still arriving with flowers, flags, cards and memorabilia

     
    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By DAN CARRIER

    Hi-de-Hi! star Su Pollard cuts the cake as Highgate theatre celebrates 19th birthday

    Racky Plews, John Plews, Su Pollard, Katie Plews and Jessica Plews celebrate the Upstairs At The Gatehouse's birthday, while below the comic actress meets the cast of Anything Goes. Plus: Theatre producer Katy Lipson wins a 'HUGO'

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    Where have you been Winston? Cat which vanished on Christmas Day rescued by kind-hearted couple

    Winston's owners appealed for help in the New Journal and hired thermal imaging search teams

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By TOM FOOT

    A BLACK cat is recovering with bandaged paws three weeks after vanishing on Christmas Day. 

    Swains Lane parade finally ready for ‘facelift’ as wrecking ball team waits to move in

    The development’s progress was discussed at St Anne’s Church on Monday

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By DAN CARRIER

    THE Highgate shopping parade that has had the wrecker’s ball hanging over it for more than a decade is a step closer to being turned into rubble.

    Soup kitchen set up to help the homeless searches for new premises after being told it must leave council building

    Jon Glakin helps to run Streets Kitchen from a vacant council building

    Jon Glakin helps to run Streets Kitchen from a vacant council building

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A SOUP kitchen for rough sleepers that is run by volunteers could be made homeless next week as their ­head­quarters in Kentish Town are readied for building works. 

    Julia Forsythe finds her perfect vehicle

    Julia Forsythe, right, and her book

    Julia Forsythe, right, and her book

    Published: 19 January, 2017

    TO be able to tell the stories of real courage by people makes this job worthwhile.

    Estorick – the name in the frame

    From left: deputy Italian ambassador Vincenzo Celeste, chairman Michael Estorick

    From left: deputy Italian ambassador Vincenzo Celeste, chairman Michael Estorick and Sir Nicholas Serota at the Estorick gallery on Thursday

    Published: 19 January, 2017

    Bishop of London blesses school's building work

    The Bishop of London at Holy Trinity and St Silas

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    The Bishop of London has made a rare trip to a Camden Town school to give his blessing to recently completed building work. 

    Sybil Shine – a shining example of good

    Sybil Shine

    Published: 19 January, 2017

    I FOUND Sybil Shine a fascinating mixture – shy, awkward at times, along with a sharp mind that could see the essence of a problem almost at a glance.

    Hundreds sign petition urging council to halt closure of dementia care centre

    Campaigners at the Netherwood Day Centre

    Published: 19 January, 2017
    By TOM FOOT

    MORE than 600 people have signed a petition against the closure of a dementia centre. 

    A trail of broken glass trouble

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    John Sadler

    Published: 19 January, 2017

    • EVER wondered why Camden has so much broken glass in the roads, specifically next to the kerb?