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Published: 13 December 2007

Teachers' fears as even cost of photocopying is questioned

THREE of Camden’s most popular secondary schools were last night (Wednesday) said to be in “deep financial trouble” after running out of cash to pay for classroom... > more
Pitch battle rages in Regent’s Park
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Man is surrounded by gang and beatenb on own doorstep
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Passenger’s fury as bus driver bans wheelchair
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My harmless pet was seized in swoop on dangerous dogs’
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Grave 15054, the last resting place of the only Met officer to win a VC

Police plan memorial to the soldier-turned-constable who was given a pauper’s burial

AN unmarked pauper’s grave at Highgate cemetery holds the remains... > more
Battle lines drawn up in feud over housing sell-off - HOUSING chiefs were last night (Wednesday) given one of the severest warnings yet that they do... > more

‘Get tough on tenants’
- NIGHTMARE neighbours must be evicted from council estates, councillors told community safety chiefs on Tuesday after... > more

Frank Barnes rethink after bungled ruling
- A SCHOOL for deaf children could be joined to a Primrose Hill primary school to save it from being turfed... > more

Robber struck while freed on prison licence
- A CAREER criminal terrorised Hampstead women in a series of violent robberies while out of prison on... > more

Ms Lawrence led the way
- HOUSING and swimming baths might seem like headaches for the current crop of local politicians – but such issues were also... > more

Canopies put wind up Miller
- OPERA director Dr Jonathan Miller has warned that new marquee-style canopies at Inverness Street Market in... > more

Pot of cash from the traders with hearts of gold
- TRADERS at Camden Market needed all their strength to hold aloft the pot of money they have collected... > more

Inquest into the death of foundling ‘Noni’
- A GREAT-grandmother suffered severe burns after collapsing while running a bath in her West Hampstead... > more

Glenda’s top tip for dealing with noise
- WHEN Robert Ward contacted Glenda Jackson, his Hampstead and Highgate MP, to tell her how his street... > more

‘Halt the bulldozers’ plea as historic tunnels are revealed
- THE entrance to a labyrinth of tunnels used to transport beer barrels in the 18th century... > more

Awards salute CNJ’s coverage of asylum seekers
- MAYOR of London Ken Livingstone and human rights campaigner Shami Chakrabarti have... > more

So what’s new for this 94-year-old pussy cat?
- CATS are reputed to have nine lives, but that is small fry for Euston great grandmother Kathleen Falciola... > more

Burglars’ bold game of bluff
- BOLD burglars posed as police officers to bluff their way in to a King’s Cross technology company before tying up staff... > more

How bazaar! Christmas comes early in Primrose Hill
- CHRISTMAS came early for children in Primrose Hill on Saturday, when plucky young... > more

Three die within a month at ‘ghetto of hopelessness’
THE tragic deaths of three homeless men within a month has cast a shadow over... > more

Parishes forge entente cordiale…via Eurostar
- THE priest from the parish that covers Paris’s Gare du Nord station hopped on Eurostar to meet... > more

£6m a year, the cost of treating smokers
- SMOKERS cost Camden’s health services at least £6.5 million a year, a report reveals. > more

Living Crib gives a festive reminder
- MORE than 150 people took part in the Living Crib procession from Pond Square to St Joseph’s Church... > more

Busy elves have it all sewn up
ELVES at Fleet Primary School have been working hard to make their Christmas show a success. > more


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