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Published: 5 July 2007
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Judge orders student’s extradition over ‘fake’ money claim

A STUDENT has been ordered by a judge to be sent to Spain to face trial for handling just £100 in counterfeit money.
Joe Mendy, 22, was given the news he had been dreading on... > more
Mayor Ken pledges to fund 24-hour policing
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Ken predicts Brown will bring by-election victory for Labour
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Pavement tribute to worker killed in fight
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School controversy forces Tory to defect
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Honour for oldest columnist

THE New Journal’s star columnist Rose Hacker was toasted by a ballroom crammed with some of the country’s top reporters on Friday afternoon as she was crowned the world’s oldest journalist.
Ms Hacker, 101, stole the show at the Press Gazette’s Regional... > more
Forum’s new bosses deliver fight night KO - ORGANISERS of an amateur boxing show are looking for an alternative venue after the new owners of... > more

Grand old duke marches on
- THE historic York and Albany pub in Regent’s Park will reopen under its original name following a long battle by... > more

US footballer is latest sculpture to get boot
- A GIANT American footballer whose eagle eyes kept close watch over shoppers on Camden High Street has... > more

Iranian artist faces lashes after bid for asylum fails
- A GIFTED Iranian artist, threatened with 70 lashes and five years’ imprisonment if he is deported, has lost his... > more

Royal premiere for school’s first song
- THE first school song in the 150-year history of Hampstead’s Royal School was performed during a visit by its... > more

Super-pub ruled out
- PLANS to build a super-pub in the heart of Camden Town have been rejected. > more

Heath ice rink axed
- THE Christmas ice rink will not be coming to Parliament Hill this year following disappointing attendances. > more

Ex-pupils assemble as teacher retires
- NEW END primary school headteacher Pamela Fitzpatrick hosted her 6,501st assembly on Saturday night for... > more

...and Peggy’s gone too!
- PEGGY JAY, the life president of the Heath and Hampstead Society and an influential campaigner on conservation and political... > more

The underground movement
- THE home is a dream, a four-storey Victorian pile in a tree-lined Dartmouth Park street with wisteria climbing up the outside... > more

Volunteer funding cuts may be probed
- SPENDING cuts that have forced volunteer groups to close could be probed in a council investigation. > more

Estate flats raided in blitz on ‘tenants who terrorise’
- POLICE swooped on four flats on a Kentish Town estate in a raid described by authorities as... > more

Pint-sized police and four-foot firemen bring a dash of colour to street party
- FLASHING fire engines and the black and white motley of the police... > more

Trapped in tower as smoke fills escape route
- RESIDENTS trapped in a blazing tower block when fire escape stairways filled with smoke have attacked... > more

Heavens above! downpour at church fete fails to dampen revellers’ spirits
- FOR only the third time in the history of St Mary Brookfield church fete, the... > more

Tow-away threat lifted
-TOWING away parking offenders’ cars has been virtually scrapped by the Town Hall. > more

Post bosses want more
- NEW postal staff taking on rounds at the Kentish Town sorting office will be expected to do the same work as colleagues... > more

Tunnel corpse was French priest
- A 200-year-old corpse dug up during building work for the Channel Tunnel rail link has been reinterred in a French... > more

Join the jolly hockey sticks at Parliament Hill’s reunion - WHAT do you remember about your school days?Long-lost classmates, school trips, the smell... > more


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