The Independent London Newspaper
22nd June 2018

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    Highgate bread war: Gail's Bakery to move into shop next door to Le Pain Quotidien

    Gail's is due to move into the old Corner Shop, right next doot to Le Pain Quotidien

    Published: 7 December, 2016
    By DAN CARRIER

    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 next door to rival chain Le Pain Quotidien.

    Camden Town joiners 'squeezed out' by rent hike after 20 years under railway arch

    From left: assistant Faton Berisha, owner Calvin Stroud and Issa Sany, a joiner at the firm for 12 years

    Published: 7 December, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    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” by a rent hike from landlords Network Rai

    School ditches 'bend and snap' scene in feminist reworking of Legally Blonde

    The Parliament Hill Legally Blonde cast, including Isabella Furst, centre with dog, and, below, a scene from the show

     

    Published: 7 December, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    Maintenance worker spent ten days in hospital after falling down shaft at disused South Kentish Town station

    The disused Kentish Town Station

    Published: 3 December, 2016
    By GEOFFREY SAWYER

    LONDON Underground Ltd has been fined £500,000 for breaches of health and safety law after a maintenance worker was injured at the disused South Kentish Town station.

    Boy injured in Holborn lorry collision

    Published: 3 December, 2016
    By GEOFFREY SAWYER

    A TWELVE-YEAR-OLD boy is being treated in hospital after a lorry collision in Holborn this afternoon (Saturday).

    Air ambulance lands in West Hampstead after man falls onto railway line

    Published: 3 December, 2016
    By GEOFFREY SAWYER

    AN air ambulance helicopter landed in a builders yard in West Hampstead after a man fell onto a nearby railway line.

    NHS campaigners warn: 'Don’t be fooled over care cuts’

    The packed Town Hall chamber on Wednesday

    Published: 2 December, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    CAMPAIGNERS last night (Wednesday) urged the council to join the fightback against massive health and social care cuts.

    Barber kicks off Christmas with fund-raising shop decorations

    Published: 2 December, 2016

    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 people in the festive mood.

    Camden Council tackle cockroaches at new HQ

    Pic: FlickR/Oliver.Dodd

    Published: 2 December, 2016

    CAMDEN Council has brought pest controllers into its new offices in King’s Cross to battle cockroaches.

    Thieves steal sashimi knives from West Hampstead sushi restaurant

    Published: 2 December, 2016

    THIEVES stole a set of expensive Japanese sashimi knives during a raid on a sushi restaurant.

    Gallery hosts exhibition on how men deal with miscarriages

    Andrew Foster

    Published: 2 December, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    AN exhibition aimed at raising awareness of the way men cope with miscarriages is on display in Kentish Town.

    Bar firm's plan to re-open Old White Bear, the Hampstead pub closed for three years

    The Old White Bear PIC: Ewan Munro

    Published: 2 December, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    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 “a local institution” once again.

    Ceremony for road crash pensioner Sheila Karsberg

    Published: 2 December, 2016

    A CEREMONY to honour the memory of Sheila Karsberg is set to take place on Friday, December 9 at 2pm on Parliament Hill Fields.

    Motorbike rider rushed to hospital after Kentish Town crash

    Highgate Road was closed during rush hour PICTURE: Martin Hart

    Published: 01 December, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A MOTORBIKE rider was rushed to hospital this morning after a rush-hour collision with a lorry in Kentish Town. 

    700-home development planned in overhaul of Morrison's supermarket site in Chalk Farm

    How the development could look

    Published: 1 December, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    A SUPERMARKET giant has revealed plans to build a 700-home residential develop­ment at its store in Chalk Farm.