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27th March 2017
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Thieves steal sashimi knives from West Hampstead sushi restaurant
THIEVES stole a set of expensive Japanese sashimi knives during a raid on a sushi restaurant. The popular Feng Sushi in West End Lane, West Hampstead...
Camden Council tackle cockroaches at new HQ
CAMDEN Council has brought pest controllers into its new offices in King’s Cross to battle cockroaches. An incident log shows the 5 Pancras...
Gallery hosts exhibition on how men deal with miscarriages
AN exhibition aimed at raising awareness of the way men cope with miscarriages is on display in Kentish Town. Artist and university lecturer Andrew...
Bar firm's plan to re-open Old White Bear, the Hampstead pub closed for three years
IT has been gathering dust for almost three years but a plan has now been unveiled to turn a much-loved pub in the heart of Hampstead village into...
Ceremony for road crash pensioner Sheila Karsberg
A CEREMONY to honour the memory of Sheila Karsberg is set to take place on Friday, December 9 at 2pm on Parliament Hill Fields. Ms Karsberg was...
Motorbike rider rushed to hospital after Kentish Town crash
A MOTORBIKE rider was rushed to hospital this morning after a rush-hour collision with a lorry in Kentish Town. Highgate Road was blocked by...
700-home development planned in overhaul of Morrison's supermarket site in Chalk Farm
A SUPERMARKET giant has revealed plans to build a 700-home residential development at its store in Chalk Farm. Morrisons have teamed up with...
Nurses’ revolt brews over Royal Free Hospital’s longer shifts
A NURSING rebellion is building inside the Royal Free with staff threatening to jump ship to neighbouring hospitals after they were “forced to...
Police hunt thieves who tricked elderly couple out of cash savings
POLICE have released CCTV footage of four men who conned their way into a elderly couple's home and before stealing their cash savings. ...
I wasn't scared, says hospital worker who found Royal Free tarantula
A KITCHEN-HAND used a stainless-steel pot to capture a large tarantula on the loose in the Royal Free – before offering the thirsty stowaway a...
For rent: Scene of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath's first night
IT is the grade-II listed townhouse in Bloomsbury where two giants of the literary world, poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, began their romance...
Python found in Highgate street sent to safe home
A PYTHON found by a binman in Highgate Village has been re-homed with a snake expert. The New Journal revealed last month how the metre-long creature...
Family of brave schoolboy tell of treatment ordeal as he fights rare form of leukaemia
A FAMILY have been turned upside down after a little boy was diagnosed with one of the world’s rarest forms of leukaemia. Tony Clark, a pupil...
Police investigate claims that coach death woman ‘lay under its wheels’
POLICE are investigating claims that a woman who was killed after being hit by a coach had been lying down under the vehicle’s wheels while it...
Camden Council rebuffs plea to help save King's Cross swimming pond
SWIMMERS pleading with Camden Council to join their campaign to save a man-made pond in King’s Cross have been sent away from the Town Hall...
Fancy a lock in? New 'escape game' attraction planned for former Camden Town pub
A “LOCK-IN” usually means a few naughty after-hous beers in a backstreet pub with the blinds pulled down But operators of a new...
Woman dies after coach collision in King's Cross
A WOMAN has been killed after a collision involving a coach in King's Cross this afternoon (Tuesday). Midland Road, running next to St Pancras...
Tarantula found at Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead
A TARANTULA believed to have stowed away in a box of bananas from Costa Rica caused a scare after turning up at the Royal Free Hospital. RSPCA...
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