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27th March 2017
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Choir with the X-Factor: Children from Eleanor Palmer star on hit ITV show
Published: 8 December, 2016 By WILLIAM McLENNAN PUPILS from a Tufnell Park primary were beamed into the front rooms of millions of homes...
Bafta-winning actor calls for a 'common sense czar' after being hit with parking suspension ticket while on holiday
BAFTA winner Jason Watkins feels like he’s been “mugged” by Camden Council after officials refused to scrap a parking fine dished...
Is that Mesut Ozil at your school? Arsenal star shows off skills as he visits Quintin Kynaston
Published: 8 December, 2016 By TOM FOOT THERE was a goal and an assist for Mesut Ozil in Arsenal’s five-goal demolition of West Ham United...
Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq votes against Brexit timetable
Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq votes against Brexit timetable https://t.co/o5f5BEMpgT pic.twitter.com/FRU3Wv5BKa — Camden New Journal (@...
'Harry the Hermit' death: Who will get squatters rights land next to Hampstead Heath?
THE future of a patch of land which for nearly 30 years was home to the famous “Hermit of Hampstead Heath” is in doubt – after he...
Bong crackdown: Shop owner tells court that he sells the devices are souvenirs
A JUDGE refused to accept the guilty plea of a Camden Town shopkeeper taken to court over the sale of bongs and pipes after he said he believed they...
Judge tells Town Hall it was wrong over Quadrant Grove basement dig
A HIGH COURT judge has quashed a Town Hall decision that allowed a homeowner to dig out a basement under his Victorian cottage without planning...
School ditches 'bend and snap' scene in feminist reworking of Legally Blonde
Published: 7 December, 2016 By ELLA JESSEL THE “bend and snap” from the 2001 hit comedy Legally Blonde taught women everywhere...
Camden Town joiners 'squeezed out' by rent hike after 20 years under railway arch
A JOINERY firm that has worked out of a Camden Town railway arch for 20 years is moving its workshop out of the area after being “squeezed out...
Highgate bread war: Gail's Bakery to move into shop next door to Le Pain Quotidien
THE oven gloves have come off in Highgate Village after it emerged artisan bakers Gail’s are set to move into the high street – right...
Detectives investigate if woman was pushed on to tube tracks at Camden Town
POLICE are investigating if a woman was deliberately pushed onto the tracks at Camden Town tube station. The woman told detectives that she...
Maintenance worker spent ten days in hospital after falling down shaft at disused South Kentish Town station
LONDON Underground Ltd has been fined £500,000 for breaches of health and safety law after a maintenance worker was injured at the disused...
Boy injured in Holborn lorry collision
A TWELVE-YEAR-OLD boy is being treated in hospital after a lorry collision in Holborn this afternoon (Saturday). He was said to have suffered "...
Air ambulance lands in West Hampstead after man falls onto railway line
AN air ambulance helicopter landed in a builders yard in West Hampstead after a man fell onto a nearby railway line. Train services were halted as...
Woman suffers 'potentially life-changing' injury after collision with bus
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a collision involving a bus this morning (Saturday), which left a woman with "potentially life-changing...
Two arrests as police drugs crackdown goes on
POLICE have smashed a suspected drug-smuggling operation that was believed to be bringing cannabis into Camden. Two young men have been arrested on...
NHS campaigners warn: 'Don’t be fooled over care cuts’
CAMPAIGNERS last night (Wednesday) urged the council to join the fightback against massive health and social care cuts. More than 120 people packed...
Barber kicks off Christmas with fund-raising shop decorations
IT’S beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Camden Town thanks to a barber’s shop which once again has pulled out all the stops to get...
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