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Devastated family of murder victim tells Home Secretary:

HOME secretary Charles Clarke was last night (Wednesday) confronted by relatives of a murdered teenager and told to make the streets safe.
The family of Mahir Osman, 18, quizzed Mr Clarke in Inverness Street, just 100 yards from the spot where their “good, hard-working” son became Camden’s third murder victim in a month.. . more >>

Another family mourns the senseless death of their son

AN 18-year-old youth who died after a shocking knife attack in Camden Town on Saturday was in “the wrong place at the wrong time” his friends and family have said.
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Mahir grew up with a lost Somali generation ­ dad

MURDER victim Mahir Osman was a committed Muslim who grew up amid a “lost generation” of Somali youths in Britain, his devastated father has said
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Victim 'caught in feud crossfire'

A GANG of 30 youths from Tottenham are the prime suspects in the shocking murder of 18-year-old Swiss Cottage student Mahir Osman on Saturday night.
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Kelly shies away from school quiz – EDUCATION secretary Ruth Kelly yesterday (Wednesday) refused to be drawn on her planned reforms for education when... more >>

Addict caught preparing heroin in playground given Asbo – A HOMELESS drug-addict who was caught with friends preparing heroin in a children’s playground... more >>

Failure to collect from the drivers who owe millions - OUTLAW drivers owe £12 million in parking fines to Camden Council, figures released to the New Journal reveal... more >>

Friends' farewell to Tommy - HUNDREDS of mourners, including youths wearing hoods, packed St Silas the Martyr Church in Kentish Town on Monday to pay tribute... more >>

The ugly face of Friday night- NOT even the addicts – knows Camden Town’s drug dealers better than Jim McGinn... more >>

Tessa wades into pool row - CULTURE secretary Tessa Jowell has told the Town Hall to face up to the “Olympic challenge” and resolve Camden’s swimming baths... more >>

Staff vote to strike over PO switch - COUNTER staff have voted to take strike action over the switch of Kentish Town post office to a franchise operation... more >>

Mission to save much-loved building from the bulldozers -
CONSERVATIOISTS have launched a rescue mission to save a grand Edwardian building from... more >>

Neighbours protest at Dublin Castle's plan to open a cafe - THE landlord of the Dublin Castle – the renowned music venue in Camden Town – has upset some... more >>

Deal ends bar's bid to open late - ELEVENTH-hour talks have persuaded the owners of a Hampstead bar to scrap plans to extend its hours... more >>

After 20 years shop faces closure as the rent doubles - ONE of Highgate’s longest-running independent shops could be forced to close after its rent was... more >>

War of the roses as café is told to stop selling flowers - AN organic café owner has been banned from selling flowers by Camden Council after a rival florist... more >>

'Give our kids space to play in' - FAMILIES in Fitzrovia fear the council is preparing to sell off one of the few patches of empty space in the area... more >>

Lion dancers roar in Year of Dog - PUPPETEERS, acrobats, lion dancers and singing children made sure the Chinese New Year went with a bang at Camden Centre... more >>

The beginning of a new era as the Roundhouse re-opens - "It was a dirty hole... but what a great place!”... more >>

Tenants to lobby Parliament over investment for homes - TENANTS are hoping to make a breakthrough in their fight for investment in Camden’s council homes with... more >>

The crime that didn't happen - A SERIOUS assault just 100 yards from where Mahir Osman was stabbed and killed on Saturday night, is not being investigated... more >>

Fans crushed in rush to be seen on rock band's video - A FAN fainted and many were crushed in a heaving queue when a Camden Town nightclub hosted... more >>

Big Frank warns over GP surgeries - HOLBORN and St Pancras MP Frank Dobson has warned treasured GP surgeries could lose out in government plans to... more >>

Newscaster salutes award-winners - NEWSCASTER Jon Snow returned to the New Horizons Youth Centre, where he once worked, to hand over awards... more >>

'Super station' mugging fears - PLANS to merge three West Hampstead stations have been dismissed as a cheap and nasty project that will turn the area into... more >>



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