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Published: 29 June 2007

Special unit called in after boy’s fatal stabbing

ANTI-RIOT police have been dispatched to Finsbury Park to stop youths seeking street justice over the killing of 14-year-old Martin Dinnegan. > more
Peace talks in row over pub pavement drinkers
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Come in please, councillor, your time at the mic is up
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'We can help save the Passage’
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Baroness with a mission… to unmask secret terror war
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Driver’s exhaustion may have led to road death

A DOORMAN suspected of killing a prison warden in a hit-and-run may not have slept for 24 hours before the crash, an inquest heard on Tuesday.
St Pancras Coroner’s Court heard how the prime suspect shouted “oh my god!” before running from the scene. > more
Mystery man wills Tate£3m - AN elderly recluse from Highbury – who lived in a rented flat – has left a £3million to the Tate. > more

Gas-guzzlers to be charged up to £200 to park
- ISLINGTON’S residents have narrowly voted in favour of charging large gas-guzzler vehicles up to £200 to... > more

Need a bike? Just borrow one from community centre
- A “BORROW a bike” scheme has been launched in Finsbury in a joint initiative between police... > more

Sad songs? Gunners fans set to cheer up with music
- AS if things are not bad enough for Arsenal with star player Thierry Henry going to Barcelona... > more

Company director sold fireworks to girl, 14, during undercover sting
- A COMPANY director has been fined £500 after pleading guilty to selling fireworks... > more

More ‘Cinderella’ trains on way
- PLANS have been unveiled to spruce up the North London “Cinderella line” and to double the number of trains from... > more

Lecturer, 65, told: ‘Get a business plan or retire’
- STUDENTS have launched a petition to save a popular university lecturer who is being forced to retire at... > more

Have your say on waste disposal
- ISLINGTON Council is asking residents to say how the borough’s waste should be dealt with at an exhibition in the... > more

Asbo threat for buying dud cigs
- SMOKERS who buy counterfeit cigarettes in Holloway’s Nag’s Head area could be slapped with an Asbo. > more

Sir Menzies opens school that pupils helped design
- ISLINGTON'S first new purpose-built primary school for 30 years was officially opened by Lib Dem... > more

Hard-hat disguise for robber on run
- A ROBBER hunted by police for two violent attacks evaded capture by disguising himself as a builder – complete with... > more


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