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The Review
 
Gustaf Klint with Human Chastity
A prophet and painter years ahead of her time

Do artist Hilma Klint's paintings contain coded messages that predict the future? asks Tom Foot

HILMA Klint described herself as an atom in the universe. But the revelations surrounding a series of more than 1,000 paintings...
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Theatre
THE BI-ANNUAL BARBECUE AND OTHER STORIES

Sketch show antics are a hit
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Bridget Cunningham

Hitting the notes for Virgin Queen

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Anthonny Hopkins

Two-wheel triumph
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NEWS
 
Camden New Journal
SOKX!
(Save our King's Cross)

'Money and greed' rule in 2bn development plan

MASSIVE proposals to redevelop King’s Cross are about money and business interests, and ultimately represent a missed opportunity for the existing community, planning chiefs were warned last night (Wednesday).
The grim prediction came during the first of two extended meetings at the Town Hall which will decide whether developers Argent Limited can begin work on their £2-billion designs for the vast expanse of land behind King’s Cross and St Pancras stations which critics fear will become another Canary Wharf.
Councillors will reach a final decision tonight (Thursday) but they have already heard from a steady stream of protesters who are adamant that the scheme must be stopped in its tracks. Campaigners – who put together more than 20 deputations last night (Wednesday) – want panel members to throw out the plans.
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Wildlife plan is 'quackers' - WILDLIFE experts – including the broadcaster Bill Oddie – have reacted with horror to proposals to move fish, ducks and swans... > more

Education dossier sent to Whitehall - LABOUR councillors stepped up their rebellion against the government’s planned education reforms by sending... > more

Flagship PFI hospital slips further into the red - UNIVERSITY College London Hospital’s deficit has almost doubled – to nearly £30 million – and it hasn’t been... > more

Beckett speaks up for Tessa
- SENIOR government minister Margaret Beckett visited Camden this week – and told voters to ignore the scandal engulfing... > more

Town Hall hit by cash fraud - A SENIOR member of staff at the Town Hall has been arrested over allegations of fraud concerning the bank accounts... > more

Heartless crooks make off with kids' playground - THIEVES posing as builders with hard hats and pneumatic drills stole equipment from a community... > more

Actors block plans for house - FILM star Pauline Collins has defeated plans for a ‘Footballers’ Wives-style’ house next door to her home in a Hampstead... > more

Estate agent denies 420,000 swindle charges - A HIGH-FLYING Hampstead estate agent has been arrested and charged with theft in an alleged scam... > more

'It gave me a buzz' says serial killer - A FOUR-TIMES killer obsessed with film monster Freddie Krueger had Tony Blair and Michael Jackson on his target list... > more

This place rocks, says Peter - MORE than 1,000 people have signed up for membership to the new Swiss Cottage leisure centre set to open on March 18... > more

School-run parents face threat of ban on children - A PRIVATE primary school has threatened to bar children whose parents flout parking rules during the... > more

Busking 'ban' gives musicians the blues - THE musician Graham Coxon and Henry Conlon who runs the Dublin Castle pub had spoken out against... > more

Fountain soaks up 500k - A WATER feature planned for Swiss Cottage – mocked for being designed by the architects behind the trouble-hit Princess Diana... > more

Search is on for Heath boss - A VOTE this month will reveal who will take over as boss of Hampstead Heath, according to City of London insiders. > more

Teens admit: 'Knife deaths left us scared' - TEENAGERS have spoken of their fear of being attacked in the wake of two killings in Camden Town and... > more

Late-drinks bid sparks fresh round of protests - OBJECTORS are squaring up for a second battle with brewery bosses over a pub’s opening hours. > more

Ex-pupils agog at school's 'dazzling transformation' - A SCHOOL which once felt like a grim Victorian prison has been transformed into a magical world such... > more

Greek tragedy over woman's lost scans at the Royal Free - A DISABLED woman who flew to Greece to have her knee scanned privately rather than... > more

'Poets' home' plea to Dylan - ROCK stars Bob Dylan and Patti Smith are being approached in the growing campaign to save the former... > more

Shopkeepers lose fight as plan gets the green light - SHOPKEEPERS in Swiss Cottage have lost their battle to save their businesses from demolition. > more

Greens stay cool on plastic recycling plan - PLASTIC bottles and cardboard boxes will be collected from your front door in a new recycling scheme from next week. > more

Minister praises docs who help sick to work - EMPLOYMENT Minister Margaret Hodge visited the James Wigg Practice in Bartholomew Road on Thursday... > more

The 11th commandment? Avoid lists adding up to 10 - THOU shalt respect the fragility of the planet. Thou shalt not be found out. Thou shalt not wear white... > more
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