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Published: 20 September 2007

Gilgamesh restaurant repossessed by market landlords

CAMDEN Town’s glitiziest restaurant has been repossessed in a row over unpaid debts, the New Journal can reveal.
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Anguish of mother who cradled baby struck by hit-and-run driver
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Family’s fury over fine for lorry driver in death crash
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Town Hall homes to go under the hammer as sell-off begins
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Coming clean: Hospital’s dirty secrets revealed
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Lobby groups unite to save British Library land

Mayor Ken rules out intervention on sale of Brill Place property

A COALITION of citizens and community groups formed this week to fight the government’s sale of publicly-owned land behind the British Library in Somers Town and demand social housing. > more
Neighbourhood teams’ targets pressure - THE ‘citizens’ panels’ designed to democratise London’s showcase community policing project... > more

Who’ll care for Adrienne, 100?
- A 100-YEAR-OLD pensioner could lose her carer who she has known for more than two decades under plans to farm out... > more

Visitor from No10 salutes her old school’s £3m transformation
- PRIME Minister’s wife Sarah Brown marvelled at her old school’s new performing arts block... > more

£7m revamp
- A MULTI-million pound scheme to revamp Camden High Street is to be announced next week. > more

‘Glastonbury danger’ if pop music crowds are allowed to grow
- THE Kenwood Concerts will turn into Glastonbury-style pop music festivals causing... > more

First-time novelist books her place in prize shortlist
- A BOOKSELLER has been shortlisted for a national writing prize that could win her a publishing... > more

‘Who needs Ibiza when you’ve got King’s Cross?’
- A CLUBBING paradise in King’s Cross that will be lost to developers at the end of the year is... > more

Student who died in car crash is the face on church painting
- THE grieving parents of a student killed in a car crash in France have remembered their son... > more

Critics hit at absentee councillor
- A LIBERAL Democrat councillor who has moved out of the borough intends to carry on at the Town Hall. > more

Lines are drawn in Brixton tram link controversy
- A SURVEY revealing popular support for a tram linking Brixton with Camden Town has been attacked... > more

Reunion for the children of Talacre
- FOR more than 30 years the idealistic young people who founded the Talacre open space, the public park on a former... > more

Homeless artist is ‘threatened with an Asbo’ by police
- A HOMELESS street artist whose pastel drawings have captured the imagination of people... > more

Hollywood beckons for market trader
- A GRAPHIC novel created by a market trader is to be turned into a $35 million Hollywood feature film next year. > more

No inquiry into £120k sabotage
- SABOTAGE of an entire housing estate’s gas supply four days before Christmas was never fully investigated by council... > more

Numbers add up for the 184 drugs centre
- A WALK-IN drug treatment centre in the heart of Camden Town’s crack cocaine market will reduce addiction... > more

Mansion ‘doomed’
- THE Victorian Highgate mansion, Athlone House, looks doomed as architects for the new owners prepare plans to demolish the building. > more

Group to put basement case
- THE Heath and Hampstead Society are set to meet Town Hall officers to put forward their case for changing planning rules. > more

‘Chill out’, ice-cream men tell traffic wardens
- TRADITIONAL ice-cream vans are being driven out of Somers Town because of impatient traffic wardens... > more

It’s all change for the King’s Cross rail land
- THE architectural landscape of the King’s Cross railway lands has been swept aside as if by an earthquake... > more


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