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Camden New Journal - FORUM: Opinion in the CNJ
Published: 3 July 2008
Pub culture doesn’t equal the end of the world as we know it

Having an ambulance on standby to deal with intoxicated drinkers sends out the wrong message about nightlife in Camden Town, says Simon Pitkeathley

SOMETIME circa 1840, when... > more
Stop these sanctimonious busybodies ruining things
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spacerspacer Letters
Two distinct schools
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spacerspacer Letters
Outrage of campaigners over Talacre under threat
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spacerspacer Letters
We must get to the root causes of youth crime
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Bobbies on the Beat can help stop – and solve – crimes

INEVITABLY, the killing of 16-year-old Ben Kinsella has attracted a high profile treatment in the media.

Equally inevitably, the police – under pressure – are undoubtedly conducting an intensive search for wit nesses with clear memories that can stand the test of cross examination in court. > more

Mural is enough to drive one up the wall…
- RE the mural on the corner of Herbrand Street and Tavistock Place (Home is where the... > more

Will care home plan drive older people indoors?
- I WOULD like to pick up on points made about the redevelopment of the Charlie Ratchford Centre... > more

Eleventh-hour intervention really has brought some hope
- YOUR article (It’s the new space race in fight to preserve our parks forever, June 26)... > more

This was hardly exploding the myths of war
- BRUCE Kent, in his frankly disturbing plaudit for Nicholson Baker’s book Human... > more

- I WAS sorry to read the report of the collision on Wednesday involving a cyclist and a lorry (Woman cyclist seriously injured in... > more

It’s been a long stretch
- WE have just read the article regarding the studio space of Paula Rego and found it so amusing to note... > more

Transfer is a hassle
- I IMAGINE most of your Thameslink-using readers admire the gleaming new St Pancras International station. > more

Polyclinic agenda hijacked
- THANKS to all who helped to make our meeting with Frank Dobson at the Caversham Practice such a success... > more

Breton evening
- MAY we draw the attention of your readers to an evening of Breton history, poetry and debate – Brittany Myths... > more

It’s good news about the wall game
- PENELOPE Gibbs can rest assured (Camden’s wall game, Letters June 26) the price of the junior... > more

21st century approach to healthcare
- WITH reference to your article (Carry on, Doctor? John Gulliver, May 29), change is rarely welcome. > more

Prolonging the agony
- RESIDENTS read with dismay the results of Camden executives’ vote on the Town Green for Talacre... > more

No excuses
- I AM in my 20s and Talacre has been my playground since I was a boy.
It is, therefore, with sadness that I read the Friends... > more

- I AM a trader at Queens Crescent and the word circulating around the market has been... > more

Park gates
- I WAS particularly interested in the points made by Camden officers to recommend that the council should not grant the... > more

Don’t write off church
- I MUST write and correct the error that has been repeated yet again in the letter from Ken Benney, concerning... > more


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