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Yuri NorsteinTales by a Russian master

Until now, Yuri Norstein has been an obscure genius, writes Jane Wright

WHEN Clare Kitson started to publicise her book on film masterpiece The Tale of Tales, she knew she was up against it.
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European farce

Fine actors do a curiosity well
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Little Pavarotti Alex

No guitar bruisers, but still a class act
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The Crow

Last-minute goals – they should be banned
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Legal threat over ‘conflict of interest’ claim

CAMPAIGNERS are considering legal action after a controversial multi-million tower block on the fringe of Regent’s Park was given the green light on Thursday. > more

Mob killing suspect goes on the run - A TEENAGER suspected of killing Mahir Osman skipped police bail and went on the run this week. > more

Parking job cuts on the way as chiefs' sums won't add up - SHOCK job cuts are expected in Camden’s parking department – even though the department... > more

Cloud of secrecy envelopes Post Office takeover firm
- A PRIVATE company which has been controversially awarded the contract to run the Kentish Town... > more

Library supporters told: Your tree posters break the law - VOLUNTEERS who have raised thousands of pounds to help keep a library open were threatened... > more

Flip-flop jibe over pool rescue - DETAILS of the rescue package to save the Prince of Wales Baths in Kentish Town were published on Monday. > more

It's good to be back say pugilists at historic club - ST PANCRAS Boys Boxing Club returned to its home gym on Monday after running out winners in a legal... > more

Carry On star's home goes to make way for 'Terry's Tower' - THE former home of Carry On film star Kenneth Williams is to be bulldozed as part of a controversial... > more

Somali youth make plea: 'Don't let this happen again' - THE Somali community mourning murdered teenager Mahir Osman was warned this week it faces... > more

Protests over bodies at bottom of garden - A STORAGE shack backing onto gardens in Tufnell Park is set to be turned into a mortuary with a refrigeration unit big... > more

Addict can keep his foil and Rizlas - A JUDGE has refused to ban a drug addict from carrying drug paraphernalia on the grounds the definition is too vague. > more

Critics greet decision to scrap needle exchange - A PLAN to open a needle exchange for drug addicts is in tatters after Town Hall chiefs were forced to withdraw... > more

Infections warning as loos close - AN expert on public health has warned that closing street toilets could cause infections to rise in Camden. > more

Doctors told not to treat people early - PATIENTS could face an agonising wait after doctors were told not to operate on patients early because their hospital... > more

Wanted: designs for mall revamp - A DESIGN competition is being launched this week to find fresh ideas for the redevelopment of Archway’s run-down mall. > more

Unions warn strike could hit schools - SCHOOL children could be sent home if council workers go on strike next month, union officials have warned. > more

Former Mayor's son dies in swim tragedy - THE former Mayor of Camden Ramen Bhattacharya is mourning the tragic death of his eldest son. > more

Greens kick off campaign to install solar panels on estates - ELECTRICITY bills could become a thing of the past for council tenants, according to the Green Party. > more

MP Glenda joins fight to save the shops - HAMPSTEAD and Highgate MP Glenda Jackson is backing the fight to save a row of shops – including a popular... > more
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