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Published: 3 July 2008

THE murder of teenager Ben Kinsella has been likened to a recurring nightmare by a mother whose son was stabbed to death just yards from the scene of the latest tragedy.
In a series of frank interviews with the New Journal, parents of teens who have been killed on the streets have told... > more
Police want probe into
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Power failure sparks trains chaos
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Over here... US team drafted onto board of firm running GP surgeries
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‘Monster’ church with flats on top sparks unholy row
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‘This wasn’t about gangs, this was a nothing incident in a pub that climaxed in a death’

Police urge witnesses to the latest teenage stabbing to come forward as victim’s family pay tribute to 16-year-old ‘role model’ knifed in the street

BEN Kinsella was more than just a soap star’s brother. > more
Politicians unite to call for action in bid to tackle teen knife crisis - PLANS for a Town Hall inquiry into teenage crime – in the wake of the deaths... > more

MP warns: If American businessmen come in things will change
- LABOUR MP Frank Dobson has praised plans to open a polyclinic in Kentish Town. > more

Will there be a Chain reaction at school’s rock gig?
- THEIR early gigs were unbroken walls of feedback, where instruments were trashed... > more

Historic cobbles are lost in tarmac bungle
- THEY had survived wear and tear for more than 300 years – until a council lorry arrived with... > more

Dognapper loose on the Heath?
- WITH her painted toenails and shiny collar, Manon the dog cut a distinctive figure on Hampstead Heath. > more

Put your own house in order, says pensioner in hedge row
- FOR years, campaigning pensioner Ken Savage has watched overgrown weeds... > more

Hospital computer ‘chaos’
- APPOINTMENTS at the Royal Free have been “lost in the system” following a fortnight of computer... > more

As pupils protest, plans to share school press ahead
- EDUCATION chiefs have already begun their search for architects to redevelop... > more

‘Reflective paint would save light at artist’s studio’
- A POT of reflective paint could be the key to saving the studio of the world-renowned... > more

Bus drivers face time checks as passengers wield report cards
- LATE-running bus drivers – you’re booked! > more

Save our pub’ plea to Glastonbury festival-goers
- THE owners of a Camden Town pub popular with celebrities and locals spent the weekend... > more

Swimming in it: Lido’s cash surge
- SWIMMING outdoors is undergoing a renaissance and the Parliament Hill Lido is reaping... > more

Camden heroes honoured for exceptional achievement
- A SPECIAL Olympic athlete, a carer for HIV sufferers, and an inspirational school... > more

Brecht comedy tops bill as theatre gets set for autumn
- AN unseen comedy by Berthold Brecht and a new play by Happy-Go-Lucky... > more

Dads’ band helps raise funds to the tune of £7,000 at school summer fete
- MAKING strawberry jam-themed crafts, exchanging runner beans for... > more

Secret cancer given starring role
- FROM the hospital atrium to the theatre foyer a rare form of cancer is taking centre stage. > more

Green wind turbines could get go-ahead
- PLANS to put turbines on the Town Hall roof – blown away because the civic centre experienced... > more




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