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Published: 30 August 2007

Friends honour young father who died in moped crash

FRIENDS of a young father killed on his moped have covered walls in Gospel Oak and Kentish Town with graffiti in his ­memory.
Trainee mechanic Scott Laird... > more
'Gordon, you have got to pardon Ruth Ellis’
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No unisex please, we’re changing
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Boxing promoter caught up in parking clampdown
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Library site – Brown must honour pledge on homes
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Kinks star fights for Dead End Street

Former member of legendary 60s band campaigns to save road where video was filmed

FORMER Kinks band member Dave Davies is desperate to save the ‘Dead End Street’ behind one of the band’s classic hits. > more
Royal Free job cuts - CATERING jobs at the Royal Free Hospital are to be axed and food prices hiked after it was announced the food service is to be... > more

Tycoon:‘I’m not behind market revamp’
- MILLIONAIRE businessman Richard Caring has distanced himself from plans to redevelop Stables Market... > more

Fewer concerts, but bigger crowds
- ORGANISERS of the Kenwood House summer concert season want to increase the size of audiences by 20 per cent. > more

Hollywood couple bid to create garden fantasy world
- AS the director of Hollywood blockbusters Planet Of The Apes and Charlie and the Chocolate... > more

Thieves snatch memorial to campaigner and her cat Sam
- IT is a lost cat appeal with a difference. Sam, a moggy made of bronze who has kept a watchful... > more

Murder victim to be laid to rest
- FAMILY and friends of a popular matriarch who was murdered in the home she had always opened to those in need will unite... > more

Hot water flows as city farm taps into solar power
- KENTISH Town City Farm is to reduce its carbon “hoofprint” by fitting solar panels to its roof... > more

Council: we set our own targets on child adoptions
- CAMDEN Council was last night (Wednesday) unable to tell the New Journal how many children it had... > more

49 held in blitz on burglaries
- AN undercover anti-burglary operation in Camden has resulted in 49 arrests in three weeks. > more

Academy meeting
- UNIVERSITY College London are to host a public meeting on Tuesday to discuss their plans for the City Academy school in... > more

Moroccan merriment marks the start of hospice fundraising bid
- A HAMPSTEAD hospice was touched by the exotic – including belly dancers... > more

Gunpoint mugging
- THREE teenagers were robbed at gunpoint outside a King’s Cross pub on Monday. > more

Call that says: ‘You’re a star’
- IT is every chorus girl’s dream – the star of the show falls ill and the producers turn to you in their hour of need... > more

‘Stand up and be counted’ plea over shooting
- A HIGH-profile appeal for information about the killing of Daniel Ross has failed to bring forward... > more

Actor who played the secret role of a fine art collector
- YOU see it in the entrance hallway now as your enter Fenton House, the William and Mary... > more

Creative youngsters go round to the spiral festival
- YOUNGSTERS showed off their creative side at the Spiral Festival at the weekend. > more

Mobo awards
- A CAMDEN Town rap collective called Ndubz were nominated for the Best Breakthrough Act at the Mobo Awards last Wednesday. > more

Cab robber jailed
- A ROBBER who left his cabbie victim petrified was this week jailed for three years. > more


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