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Published: 12 April 2007
Tesco’s parking contempt

Retail giant runs up hundreds of pounds a week in fines

SUPERMARKET giants Tesco have been accused by Camden Council of showing contempt for parking rules after it emerged that its delivery trucks get ticketed at least once a day. > more
Who’s to blame for my Barney’s death?’
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Mourners final farewell to ex - mayor 'who will be sorely missed'
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Brakes placed on bike shed
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Record-breaker bows out as hon alderman
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Town Hall says No, No, No to school site

Soon-to-be vacant St Martin’s ‘ideal’ say campaigners

EDUCATION chiefs warned last night (Wednesday) that the search for a new school south of Euston Road is over with a simple message: There is no suitable site. > more
Delayed skate park finally opens - A MUCH-DELAYED skateboard and BMX park opened on Friday in Camden Road. The new BMX area was designed... > more

‘Don’t give me rubbish’ – vicar
- A HAMPSTEAD parish vicar has issued a plea to his congregation: Don’t dump your rubbish on me under the guise of donating... > more

Wall death probe focuses on ‘management culture’
- HEALTH and safety experts have spent more than three hours interviewing a councillor as part of their ... > more

Police cells are ‘mouldy and old’, say inspectors
- MOULDY, filthy police cells have dropped to an unacceptable low, a group of independent inspectors... > more

Hospital leak remains a mystery
- INVESTIGATORS are no closer to discovering the root of a mystery substance leak which struck down 19 staff, despite suffering... > more

‘Baths revamp becoming ego trip’ warnin
- A BACKBENCH councillor who refuses to listen to party whips has stirred up trouble for his own administration... > more

24-hour support for five worst families
- THE five worst-behaved families in Camden are to be identified by the Town Hall and singled out for round-the-clock support. > more

Women hunted by vicious gang
- A VICIOUS gang that threatened to stab a pregnant woman in the stomach during a robbery campaign against vulnerable... > more

Mayor Ken to tackle park plan
- THE Mayor of London Ken Livingstone is against plans to build five-a-side football pitches in Regent’s Park on ecological grounds. > more

Calls for action after collisions at danger junction
- NEIGHBOURS living near a busy Camden junction are calling for restrictions on the roads following a series... > more

Second try for pub that wants to be a karaoke bar
- THE owner of a karaoke bar in Camden Town who had his application refused by licensing chiefs two... > more

Hain backs plaque honour for anti-apartheid fighter
- NORTHERN Ireland minister Peter Hain has criticised English Heritage’s refusal to mark the former Primrose... > more

Young gardeners are pick of the springtime bunch
- THE Highgate Horticultural Society spring show was a great success for the Harington Scheme last Saturday... > more

Clash left ‘violent’ man dying in street
- A TEENAGER’S trip to the shops for a disposable fork resulted in the violent death of a drunken man, a court... > more


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