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Pauline Collins
Who's that girl?

Cher as Shirley Valentine? Thank heavens for Pauline Collins. The actress, who is about to step into the Tardis, talks to Ruth Gorb

IN the early days of Doctor Who, when Patrick Troughton played the good doctor, he had a delectable sidekick called Samantha Briggs. > more
Frank Sinatra

Ol’ Blue Eyes is back
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Camden Crawl

Camden Crawl is back

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Steve Martin

Steve is simply no Sellars
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Head forced to lock gates as battle rages outside

HUNDREDS of children were locked behind Haverstock School gates while a vicious knife fight between rival gangs – which led to three youths being taken to hospital with stab wounds – turned a quiet Chalk Farm street into a no-go zone on Tuesday.
Pupils claimed that one of the gangs is a Somali group – who call themselves the ANC (African Nations Crew) – linked to the murder of 18-year-old Mahir Osman outside Camden Tube Station in January. > more

Prices hiked for parking - DRIVERS have been told they must fork out extra cash if they want to park their cars in Camden. > more

Tories report planning chief
- THE Town Hall’s planning department was plunged into chaos last night (Wednesday) after it emerged that chairwoman... > more

Doc admits 'error' after patient dies - A DOCTOR has admitted it was an “error” to allow a critically ill patient to go home without warning him his life was in... > more

Education 'gulf' warning - FORMER Downing Street adviser Fiona Millar last night (Wednesday) predicted a bleak future for schools and the Labour party... > more

Mums' anger at fingerprints for kids - CHILDREN as young as five were fingerprinted for a new school library system without their parents’ consent, it was revealed... > more

Hunter's in for Wayne - A PHONE call last Friday brought joy to Beatles biographer Hunter Davies. He was commissioned by HarperCollins to ghost write the... > more

Serial killer's 'chilling lack of remorse' - A FOUR-TIMES killer branded the most dangerous ever to be held at Broadmoor maximum security hospital... > more

Runner goes extra mile to catch mugger - A HEATH lifeguard training for the London Marathon tackled a knife-waving mugger after chasing him to Kentish Town. > more

97-year-old dies in blaze - NEIGHBOURS of a 97- year-old man who died in a fire tragedy at his Camden Town home have told how they fought flames and... > more

Fire treated as arson - POLICE are investigating an arson attack after a mysterious fire scorched the entrance of a Somers Town travel agent early... > more

Critics savage 2bn King's Cross deal - THE final deal struck over the massive redevelopment of the King’s Cross railway lands represents a “pathetic... > more

Planning boss attacked - PLANNING chairwoman Labour councillor Heather Johnson has been forced to defend her position yet again after criticism of the... > more

'Chance to end decades of blight' - ARGENT chief executive Roger Madelin rejected criticism of his company’s vision for King’s Cross on Thursday night... > more

Rooms with view of social gulf - WORK on a controversial £85 million development that will give Swiss Cottage 171 new homes is coming to an end. > more

Tragedy of 'happy girl loved by all' - A TRAINEE hairdresser under hospital care after taking an overdose jumped in front of a Tube train, an inquest has heard. > more

Green revamp makes a splash - WORK on restoring the fountain in South End Green, Hampstead, will finally be completed next month, Town Hall environment... > more

Neighbours hit roof over centre flats - LONG-SUFFERING residents are worried they may have to fight developers refurbishing the 1960s Brunswick Centre... > more

Save our theatre - LEADING theatrical figures are uniting in a campaign to try and persuade the Victoria and Albert Museum not to close the Theatre... > more

UCLH properties must be used for key workers - PRIME properties due to be sold off by University College Hospital should be turned into homes for key workers... > more

Memorial plea for victims of 7/7 bus bomb - A PERMANENT memorial to the victims of the July 7 bombings should be sited in Tavistock Square, according to... > more

Workers of the world unite for Karl's date - AMBASSADORS from around the world headed to Highgate Cemetery on Sunday to commemorate the anniversary... > more

Spy author tracks tomorrow's good reads - CHILDREN’S author and TV scriptwriter Anthony Horowitz judged a writing competition for youngsters on... > more
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