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ndubz rappers, interview by Charlotte Chambers

Rap trio follow a different beat

Ndubz aim to take violence out of music

RAP trio Ndubz hail from Royal College Street, Camden Town, and all went to Haverstock school.

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Lords media centre

Cricket was once an exclusive game
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This is your captain speaking

Good idea ends all up in the air
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Imagine me and you

Imagine me and you directed Ol Parker

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Evita competition

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NEWS: Updated 23.06.06
The Haven Hotel


Union hits out at Town Hall four-star trip to seaside

UNIONS have blasted the Town Hall for funding a three-day trip to the seaside for council staff and headteachers in the same week they announced a package of cuts to some youth groups. > more

‘A Summer of trouble’ warning over youth cuts - YOUTH leaders who took a deputation to the full council on Monday night demanded the council must reverse... > more

July 7 bombing victim returns to the stage - A COURAGEOUS theatre director who lost a leg in the July 7 bombings last year is returning to the stage – to play the... > more

‘Legal threat’ in charity row - THE Heath and Hampstead Society – the driving force behind the multi-million refurbishment of old Hampstead Town Hall... > more

Seven due at Bailey - SEVEN young Somali men charged with the Camden Town murder of student Mahir Osman are expected to make their first Old Bailey... > more

From an estate to leafy streets, a home is no longer a castle for cruel killers - NEIGHBOURS have spoken of their shock after a gang smashed their way into... > more

Second youth arrested - POLICE investigating the killing of Lee Moriarty who was beaten to death in Queen’s Crescent two weeks ago have arrested a second youth. > more

‘Go ahead’ for floating stage - CONSERVATION groups are crying foul play after a floating stage installed on a Kenwood lake looked set to be given the... > more

Protest at bid to split up ‘soul-mate’ neighbours - WHEN Derek ‘Dexter’ Whitehall moved into the sheltered housing flat in Primrose Hill next door to fellow sax... > more

Political spat erupts at group’s 40th birthday bash - POLITICS almost overshadowed a party celebrating 40 years of a campaigning residents’ group on Saturday. > more

Don’t blame youth for death of ‘diamond’ Lee - THE mayor Jill Fraser has defended Queen’s Crescent against claims it is riddled with drug-fuelled violence... > more

Harry the hermit feels so happy to be fenced in - IT may not compare to the vast gates adorning the houses of his wealthy neighbours, but a simple new wooden... > more

Somali youths: ‘We need role models’ - SOMALI teenagers face a life involved in drugs and gangs unless the community can pull together, say a group of youths. > more

‘Let us borrow cash for homes’ - THE Town Hall is hoping to solve Camden’s council housing repairs crisis by joining a new government scheme which will... > more

Plug is pulled on Labour think tank - A LEFT-WING think tank’s contract with the Town Hall could be torn up with its performance severely under the microscope. > more

Loos are back... and so is cleaner - HIGHGATE’S public loos re-opened on Saturday, and there to welcome them back was the woman who has returned by popular... > more

Vicar on the roof prepares with ‘sidekick’ - A DARING priest who plans to camp on his church roof next week was busy making plans with his ‘sidekick’... > more

Pack up your picnic, WI's ladies are told - ONE of the only branches of the Women’s Institute in London came close to a £500 fine after park wardens... > more

Writer loses battle of the bandstand - WRITER Alan Hollinghurst has lost a battle to silence the summer sounds of musicians on Parliament Hill’s bandstand. > more

Award honours college triumph - SATNAM Gill, principal of the Working Men’s College in Camden Town, was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours... > more

Heath home battle goes on - CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to continue their fight to prevent two millionaire brothers building a £3 million dream home... > more

Village puts on a happy face - BLAZING sunshine brought record numbers of visitors to the Highgate Festival on Saturday – making this year’s event the best ever... > more

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