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Published: 5 April 2007

Court throws out Greek brothers’ Heath house plans

THE Town Hall’s planning chiefs severely misinterpreted their own planning policy when they gave the go-ahead for a multi-million pound glass house on the edge of Hampstead Heath, a High Court judge ruled on... > more
Stalwart to stand down
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Radioactive scare at the Royal Free
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Family: Our pain at loss of twin Abigail
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Parents face Asbo if they let children play football
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Town Hall chief in gang beating

Lib Dem is third councillor to be mugged

A LIB Dem councillor has spoken of his shock after being punched and bitten by a group of teenagers for his mobile phone. > more
Chaos as Town Hall to host July 7 hearings - THE main Town Hall building is to become a makeshift court for the inquests probing the deaths of the victims of the... > more

Larry heads parade
- LARRY the donkey was back on the streets of Camden Town on Sunday to lead the traditional Palm Sunday procession from Oakley... > more

Developers change plans and save historic tunnels
- A CRUCIAL part of Camden Town’s industrial heritage has been saved after developers were persuaded... > more

Row erupts over school’s new head
- GOVERNORS at a highly-rated Hampstead primary school have been accused of being out of touch with the wishes... > more

What is wrong with us? asks CofE chief
- THE Church of England is fighting hostility to its plan to sponsor Camden’s new secondary school and is worried that it is... > more

25 years of your unique campaigning paper - JUST before Easter 25 years ago the borough’s first free weekly, the Camden New Journal, was published. > more

Real flower power at horticultural show - THE 148th Highgate Horticultural show took place last Saturday with 34 members entering their exhibits into over... > more

Son who killed mother back in Old Bailey dock - A SELF-confessed killer’s three main motives for doing away with his “perfect mum” are to be probed at the end... > more

Hardware shop could rise again
- REGULAR shoppers at a Highgate parade are backing a bid to re-open a popular hardware store. > more

Police boss defends under-fire riot cops
- “HEAVY-HANDED” tactics by riot cops drafted in to keep the lid on crime have been called into question by residents after... > more

Teacher killed himself in gym
- A TEACHER who taught children expelled from mainstream education hanged himself from the ceiling of his school... > more

Top cop returns to his old beat for cadets ceremony
- METROPOLITAN Police Commissioner Ian Blair returned to his old stomping ground last... > more

Deputy head on awards shortlist
- A POPULAR teacher at a West Hampstead school is in the running for a national award after being nominated by two pupils. > more

Owners unite to fight dog bans
- A PRESSURE group has been formed in Highgate to oppose the Town Hall’s proposed dog control orders. > more

Mahir jurors home for Easter
- JURORS investigating the “explosion of violence” which led to a teenager’s murder in the heart of Camden Town are enjoying a... > more

On stage… The dramas that teenagers face
- Teenagers struggling to find jobs or a place to live have written a play offering a first-hand account of the... > more

Spellbinding performances by wizards of verse
- YOUNG poets at a Chalk Farm school recited their verse at an annual poetry competition last Wednesday. > more

Eight brave coppers awarded for their daring do
- EIGHT Camden policemen have been decorated for bravery after they tackled a man armed with syringes... > more


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