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20th October 2017

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    Protesters fight third bid to close West Hampstead dementia care centre

    Camden has been warned shutting down the Netherwood Day Centre would be a 'backward step'

    Published: 12 January, 2017
    By TOM FOOT

    CAMPAIGNERS have swung back into action after the council launched a third move to close a dementia day centre.

    Swiss Cottage School reveals proposals to break away from council control to be run as an academy

    Swiss Cottage School

    Published: 12 January, 2017
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    A SCHOOL is set to test opinion with a proposal to become the first in Camden to break away from council control to be run as an academy, it was revealed last night (Wednesday).

    Thieves pose as immigration officers in violent burglary leading to fears victim was ethnically profiled

    Published: 12 January, 2017
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    THIEVES posing as immigration officers carried out a violent burglary in Regent’s Park, leading to fears that criminals are picking victims on the basis of their nationality. 

    Kentish Town estate agency closes branch a year after big 'craft beer effect' launch

    The 'we have moved' sign (and a prankster's addition) at Greene and Co in Kentish Town

    Published: 12 January, 2017
    By DAN CARRIER

    WITH Kentish Town now ranked as a million-pound neighbourhood in terms of London’s raging property market, estate agents have targeted NW5 in a stampede for business.

    Turtle Bay restaurant chain lined up for move into former Auntie Annie's pub in Kentish Town

    Published: 12 January, 2017

    TURTLE Bay, the nationwide Caribbean-themed restaurant, is set to become the latest chain to move into Kentish Town, with a branch proposed for the former Auntie Annie’s Porterhouse pub.

    50 metre tree in Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig's back garden faces chop over root cracks

    The tree in Camden Town and Daniel Craig and wife Rachel Weisz [Pic: Georges Bard]

    Published: 11 January, 2017
    By DAN CARRIER

    A SOARING plane tree in the back garden of Hollywood stars Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig is under threat after a neighbour claimed its roots are damaging their home.

    Anger as couple tell inspector that basement next to Air Studios could be dug out during orchestra breaks

    Musicians at Air Studios are worried recording work will be brought to a halt by noisy construction, with Brian May among the opponents [Pics: Marcen27 and Paul Capeville]

    Published: 12 January, 2017
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    A COUPLE in a long-running battle to dig out a new basement at their home next to the world-famous Air Studios have suggested doing some of the work while orchestras are on their lunch breaks.

    Fly-tip warnings as Town Hall reveals which homes will only have rubbish collected once a fortnight

    Published: 11 January, 2017
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    THE Town Hall this week divided the borough into the haves and have nots: the homes which will retain a weekly bin collection – and the ones which will soon only have waste picked up once a f

    Brazen thieves target Belsize Village businesses with Christmas raids

    Suspects in motorcycle helmets broke into the Late Late Store

    Published: January 5, 2017
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A SPATE of smash-and-grab raids hit independent traders in Belsize Park over the Christmas period, with several businesses losing thousands of pounds to brazen thieves.

    Vacancy at Camden New Journal: Reporter

    Published: 9 January, 2016

    THE Camden New Journal is looking to hire a full-time reporter.
     

    Daughter raises funds for cancer patient who sold beloved caravan to pay for cost of living

    Cancer patient Andrea Dawson with the caravan she sold and, below, with her daughter Stephanie

     

    Published: 5 January, 2017
    By ELLA JESSEL

    Calls for rethink over vision for 'dilapidated' community centre

    An illustration of how Highgate Newtown Community Centre could look under the To

    An illustration of how Highgate Newtown Community Centre could look under the Town Hall scheme and, below, the building as it currently stands

    Highgate Newtown Community Centre

    Published: 5 January, 2017
    by DAN CARRIER

    Have you seen Winston? Thermal imaging search unit called in to find missing Belsize Park cat

    Winston went missing from his Belsize Park home on Christmas Day

    Published: 5 January, 2017
    By TOM FOOT

    A TEAM of pet detectives with thermal-imaging cameras are out searching for black cat Winston after he vanished on Christmas Day.

    Detectives investigating Dartmouth Park murder say suspect is too unwell to be questioned

    Published: 5 January, 2017
    By KOOS COUVÉE

    A MAN being treated as a suspect in a murder investigation – launched following the death of a woman in Dartmouth Park – is too unwell to be interviewed, police have said, writes Koos C

    London Mayor Sadiq Khan rejects warning that his extra bobbies plan will be undermined by loss of senior officers

    Sadiq Khan spoke to the New Journal during a visit to Kentish Town

    Published: 5 January, 2017
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    LONDON Mayor Sadiq Khan yesterday (Wednesday) dismissed concerns that cuts to senior police jobs would undermine his pledge to introduce an extra officer to every neighbourhood.