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Walter Tull with his brother Edward

Walter the first black officer and footballer

Walter Tull was the second ever black footballer in Britain, and the first black army officer. A new film is to tell his remarkable story, writes Tom Foot

WHEN asked about black footballers the heroic struggles of Cyrille Regis... > more


Compelling look at horrors of war
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A victory for the Divine songwriter

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X marks the spot
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NEWS: Updated 02.06.06
Councillor Mike Greene


Town Hall change means parking penalty will stop

CAR clamping in Camden is to be brought to a sudden end following the change of power at the Town Hall.
New environment chief Conservative councillor Mike Greene has spent his first... > more

Six in court for gang stabbing - SIX suspects – including three youths – are due to appear in court today (Thursday) charged with the murder of teenager Mahir Osman. > more

Tenants may have to give up second homes - COUNCIL tenants who own second homes will be told to surrender one of their properties under tough new rules... > more

Tributes to ‘brave, funny and talented’ soundman - THE family of James Brolan, a Dartmouth Park journalist killed in a car bomb attack in Iraq on Monday... > more

Quartet set out to prove music is the food of love - MULTI–MILLION pound plans for a new classical music concert venue and 100-seat restaurant have been... > more

Doctor took out wrong kidney - A SURGEON has been banned from working for a year after taking out the wrong kidney in a botched operation. > more

Beggar banned from shop - A BEGGAR who drove customers away from a shop favoured by celebrities has been banned from going near it for three years. > more

Have we got jobs for you! - A CAREER in the fire service or as a paramedic is on offer at the New Journal’s annual career fair this Saturday. > more

Sisters on trial over burglary death - A GRIEVING widower will be called to give evidence at the Old Bailey trial of two Kentish Town sisters accused over... > more

Crime Czar: ‘Asbos a weapon of last resort’ - THE Town Hall’s new 24-year-old ‘Crime Czar’ has attacked the use of Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (Asbos) as a... > more

Murder trial date decision awaited - A DECISION will be made next week on whether the trial of a man accused of murdering Richard Whelan, from Kentish Town... > more

Young Muslims who walk in shadow of London bombings - YOUNG Muslims have spoken about their sense of alienation in the aftermath of last year’s London... > more

Church lectures aim to get us to talk and think - FERTILITY treatment, global warming, how literature has changed the world and what the future holds for human... > more

Star Helena loses late night battle of the celebrity boozer - FILM star Helena Bonham-Carter has lost a battle to prevent a pub that is a regular haunt of other... > more

Covent Garden on the market for cool £400m - COVENT Garden Market must not be allowed to become “just another high street”, a leading community figure... > more

School with a literary bent wins place in inspectors’ good books - PUPILS and staff at a Hampstead primary are celebrating after their school was judged... > more

Jackanory, the neverending tale - HE was the very first presenter of Jackanory, the hit BBC children’s storytelling show that ran for more than 30 years from 1965... > more

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