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Published: 1 February 2007

CNJ uncovers plot to sell off old-folks homes for £26m

TOP secret plans to sell off Camden’s old peoples homes have been uncovered by the New Journal... > more
Estate agent pledged to return to clear his name, court hears
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Police hunt thieves who took sculptures made from 200-year-old cedar tree
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Police warn burglary victim over ‘no questions asked’ flyer
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Tributes to a formershowgirl run over in tragic accident
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Collapsed wall was ‘due to be tested’

Boy died in area singled out for survey says council

THE estate wall which collapsed in last month’s storms, killing two year-old Saurav Ghai, was in an area singled out... > more

Backer will go head to head with city academy opponents
- A POTENTIAL sponsor of a new city academy in Swiss Cottage will face critics at a public meeting. > more

Fears over ‘NHS rationing’
- CANCEROUS skin conditions may be the first victim of a new list of low priority treatments banning GPs from referring some patients... > more

Extra youth worker thanks to campaign
- A youth worker has been signed up to work with teenagers in Camden as the Book of Grievances grows in influence. > more

CNJ investigation sparks review on house clearances - COUNCIL bosses have ordered a review into how the property of the vulnerable is protected after a... > more

Brother ‘ignored’ over bullying
- THE brother of an Olympic hopeful has accused Camden’s housing department of contributing to the clay pigeon shooting... > more

‘Stealth tax’ claims over latest service charge plan

‘We’d be happy to pay extra if we got a decent service’ say tenants
- NEW service charges have divided tenants across Camden in a debate over... > more

Roof falls in on eve of bath’s £23m refit
- SWIMMERS trying to keep Kentish Town Baths open for as long as possible were dealt a crippling blow on Tuesday... > more

Hero seeks the girl he saved from fire
- FORMER footballer Jamal Said didn’t hesitate when he saw a young party-goer run screaming through a crowded hotel... > more

Crown and Goose under threat again
- A POPULAR Camden Town pub is facing a fight for survival against the bulldozers – for the third time. > more

Neighbour turns midwife in bedroom birth drama
- A BABYSITTER was forced to play midwife when a family friend went into labour two weeks early. > more

Children of all abilities need to mix and match
- THE London County Council was set up in 1903, three years before my birth. It was abolished in 1964, and... > more

Victim killed with his own gun in bungled drugs raid - ROBBERS have killed a 57-year-old man with his own airgun in a bungled drugs heist, the first time.... > more

Keep buses out of our street, plead protesters
- PROTESTERS are fighting plans to route buses along their Kentish Town street. > more

Big Frank tells Blair now is the time to go
- HOLBORN and St Pancras MP Frank Dobson has told Prime Minister Tony Blair that he no longer appears in... > more

‘Save our meals on wheels’ protest plea
- A LUNCHEON club chef told Camden’s councillors that proposed increases to meal charges would leave the... > more

Son tells how parents who sent him to safety died in Auschwitz
- IT is almost impossible to imagine the pain Mina and Zeigmund Reich must... > more

Genocide which begins with joke
A LEADING Holocaust historian warned on Thursday of the dangers of turning a blind eye to racism. > more

From sheep to cycling – what does the future hold for the Heath?
A NATURE park for an informed few walkers or a pleasure ground for the many... > more

Save our Theatre Museum urge campaigning luvvies
- AN attempt to kickstart a new bid to retain the now closed Theatre Museum on its current site in Covent ... > more



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