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28th June 2017

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    Detectives appeal for help as they name Yasir Beshira as victim of Kilburn shooting

    Yasir Beshira

    Published: 10 December, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    DETECTIVES this evening (Saturday) named Yasir Beshira as the man killed in the Kilburn shooting on Thursday. 

    Teenage boy killed in collision with motorbike in Queen's Crescent

    Police said the victim had been riding a bike in Malden Road

    Published: 10 December, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A TEENAGE cyclist has been killed in a collision with a motorbike in Queen's Crescent this afternoon (Saturday). 

    Momentum must not be divided by sectarian splits, warns Camden campaigner

    Laura Murray

    Published: 10 December, 2016
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    ONE of the key organisers behind Camden’s branch of Momentum – the group supporting Jeremy Corbyn – has warned that the Labour Party leader’s “new generation” of

    Murder investigation launched after fatal shooting in Kilburn High Road

    Friends left tributes to the victim, who was known as "Loopy"

    Published: 9 December, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    MURDER detectives have launched an investigation after a young man was shot dead during rush hour in Kilburn High Road yesterday. 

    Choir with the X-Factor: Children from Eleanor Palmer star on hit ITV show

    Children from Eleanor Palmer help X-Factor contestant Emily Middlemas with her version of Happy Xmas (War Is Over)

     

    Published: 8 December, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    Bafta-winning actor calls for a 'common sense czar' after being hit with parking suspension ticket while on holiday

    Jason Watkins said he had no chance of moving his car

    Published: 8 December, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    BAFTA winner Jason Watkins feels like he’s been “mugged” by Camden Council after officials refused to scrap a parking fine dished out while he was on holiday – and has calle

    Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq votes against Brexit timetable

    Around 75 percent of Tulip Siddiq's constituents wanted the UK to stay in the EU

    Published: 8 December, 2016
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    Is that Mesut Ozil at your school? Arsenal star shows off skills as he visits Quintin Kynaston

    Mesut Ozil at Quintin Kynaston Pictures: Markus Gilliar – GES/Daimler AG/Laureus

    Published: 8 December, 2016
    By TOM FOOT

    'Harry the Hermit' death: Who will get squatters rights land next to Hampstead Heath?

    Harry Hallowes avoided eviction from his campsite near Athlone House

    Published: 8 December, 2016
    By DAN CARRIER

    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 left the acre-sized plot to two mystery charities

    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

    Judge tells Town Hall it was wrong over Quadrant Grove basement dig

    Published: 7 December, 2016
    By ELLA JESSEL

    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 permission.

    Bong crackdown: Shop owner tells court that he sells the devices are souvenirs

    Police are taking action over the sales of bongs in Camden Town

    Published: 7 December, 2016
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    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 were “just a souvenir”.