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Published: 6 December 2007

Parents threaten High Court action over new academy plan

A LEAKED memo has exposed how senior Liberal Democrats are desperate to open a new city academy in time to curry favourwith voters at the next council... > more
Could empty hospital be turned into new estate?
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Dangerous dogs are 'new knife on the streets', say police
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Drug market crackdown
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Will wandering son fulfil his promise and come home after four years?
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Brown goes for super lab over homes

‘We’ve been sold down the river’ say protesters as they vow to take direct action

PROTESTERS pledged ‘direct action’ after the Prime Minister crushed their hopes of new housing by announcing... > more
Protesters set for pitches battle - BROADCASTER Sue MacGregor will lead hundreds of protesters through Regent’s Park on Sunday in a last-ditch bid... > more

Warehouse-style police base comes under fire
- POLICE plans to move officers to a warehouse-style base and to “review the future” of police stations... > more

Nanny killed in crash as she ‘darted’ across five-lane road
- A nanny died after she was struck by a car while crossing a five-lane road in Swiss Cottage... > more

Sacked worker faces fraud charge
- A HOUSING officer sacked from her post at a Regent’s Park estate has been charged with £100,000 fraud offences. > more

Mayor pays tribute to New Year’s honours recipients at the Town Hall
- THE great and the exceptional of Camden turned up to a special Town Hall bash... > more

Fraud trial hears millionaire deny giving £2,500 gift to estate agent
- ONE of the world’s most successful financial in vestors appeared as a witness... > more

‘Polo matches, art galleries and opera’
- ONE of Malcolm Green’s friends has told the trial how the estate agent was a regular at art galleries... > more

Move over Santa, as Oddie wows a festive fair audience
- TELEVISION wildlife presenter Bill Oddie took the Christmas fair by storm at Fleet... > more

Beware cut-and-run thieves, says shopper
- SHOPPER Jean Watson had just picked up her pension and winter fuel allowance when thieves... > more

Bedsits arson probe
- POLICE launched an arson probe after a fire at a block of bedsits in Belsize Park on Tuesday evening. > more

Storm over ‘tenants are behind us’ claim
- HOUSING chiefs stand accused of blatant spin-doctoring after making the extraordinary claim that they... > more

Painter’s former lovers are united
- THE atmosphere at the Novas Gallery in Parkway on Thursday could have pitched anywhere between family and frosty... > more

Lights, carols and action as switches are flicked on a glittering Christmas
- STEPHEN Mangan, star of the Channel 4 comedy Green Wing, ditched... > more

South End Green lit up for Christmas
- On Friday, the quiet murmur of the South End Green fountain was drowned out by the happy cries of... > more

Fears snatched puppy could be used for fighting
- A DOG owner whose puppy was snatched as she walked it near her home fears it may be... > more

We want a new playground, children tell Santa at their Christmas fair
- PUPILS and parents at St Paul’s School were treated to a tantalising taste of... > more

Celebration of a social activist and member of The Committee of 100
- DOZENS of mourners paid their last respects to the lifelong social activist Peter... > more

It’s history in the park for pupils
- ROMAN athletes racing chariots, colourful butterflies emerging from chrysalises and exploded atomic bombs... > more

Mews muse closes books after 50 years
- A BOOK-KEEPER celebrated with a glass of bubbly on Friday having called it a day after more than... > more

Friendly fire: charity trustees are told to go
- LONG-SERVING trustees running the Interchange charity in Hampstead have been told to fall on their... > more


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