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Islamic art
Islamic art and the Jewish connoisseur

Professor David Nasser Khalili owns the largest collection of Islamic art in the world, but it's not about financial investment, he tells Dan Carrier

BUYING art is not an investment – it is about safeguarding cultural items for...> more

Diva’s downfall is merely watchable
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Orson lacking sparkle
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The Matador

Pierce Bonds with Greg
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Abigail Moore

Devastated twin’s appeal after hit-and-run tragedy

THE grieving twin of a woman killed by a hit-and-run driver has appealed to readers of the Camden New Journal to help catch the heartless driver.

Abigail Moore, 25, a former Parliament Hill schoolgirl who lived in Hampstead with her boyfriend, died of serious head injuries when a car ran into her on Thursday. > more

Piggy-bank raid to keep tax rise down - LABOUR set out its stall for May’s elections last night by raiding the Town Hall piggy bank to pay for a low council tax rise... > more

Pow wow over school row - A PANEL of education experts and politicians will present an wish-list tonight (Thursday) at Camden Town Hall’s council chamber. > more

'Give us a new post office', demands Jim - AWARD-WINNING actor Jim Broadbent has joined the campaign to force the Post Office to honour their pledge to set up... > more

King's Cross could become an 'unloved Canary Wharf' - THE fate of Europe’s largest city-centre redevelopment lies in the hands of councillors who will have... > more

Mortuary at foot of garden wins backing - BODIES will be stored within touching distance of back gardens in Tufnell Park after a funeral director won a... > more

Labour ring up with a recorded pool message - AUTOMATED phone message recorded by Labour leader Raj Chada have been sent to at least 200 residents in... > more

Jamie's knives out over school-run clampdown
- CELEBRITY chef Jamie Oliver and his wife Jools have joined Star Wars actor Ewan McGregor, Radio DJ... > more

Rookie cops win Met's highest award
- ROOKIE Camden coppers who were first on the scene of the July 7 bombs were among officers who received the... > more

Murdered Tommy's pal says knives are for idiots - A FRIEND of Kentish Town teenager Tommy Winston, who was stabbed to death last month, has criticised... > more

Ministers to meet rebels over homes deadlock - HOUSING ministers have agreed to meet with rebel Labour MPs and trade unionists in a new effort to break... > more

Tower vote legal says law chief - LABOUR planning chief Councillor Heather Johnson will not face an investigation into her controversial vote which sealed... > more

Cartoons prove a big draw for Duke at new museum - PRINCE Philip joined cartoonists Steve Bell and Martin Rowson at the opening of London’s first ever... > more

Heaving bosoms and tragic chickens in Deborah's masterclass - SUNDAY was a red-letter day for author Deborah Moggach who gave a screenwriting... > more

Italian Job Minis bag best spots - ESTATE agent Foxtons aimed to re-create the cheeky image of the classic Michael Caine movie The Italian Job when it gave... > more

Hospital tightens security - THE head of security at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead is to compile dossiers for police and courts on people who... > more

Bakewell pleads for tree to be cut back - BROADCASTER Joan Bakewell says a neighbour’s tree is undermining her Primrose Hill house – and she... > more

Doctor's tonic with bike find - A DOCTOR has found his stolen bike chained to a doorstep just yards from his home. > more

At 94, Peggy enjoys her renaissance - AT the age of 94, veteran campaigner Peggy Jay is leading a drive to create a children’s play area at the Vale of Health... > more
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