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Published: 31 October 2008

Banks are bailed out, but mother and daughter evicted over £2k

A JUDGE has ordered a housing association to allow a Holloway voluntary worker to return to her flat after she was evicted over £2,000 arrears. > more
Cyclists rally against bus lane bikers
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It’s ‘huge, bland’ and been given the green light
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Book launch ban author told: We’ve got venue for you
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Pimp my ride… from cop riot van to mobile recording studio
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Man dies as fire rips through block of flats

‘People were calling out for help’

A RESTAURANT worker died and his flatmate jumped 40ft to safety after a huge blaze broke out in a block of flats. > more
Convicted nurse insists she is innocent of fraud - A PSYCHIATRIC nurse is to appeal against a conviction for defrauding the NHS by... > more

Retiring head: I still love teaching despite the tests and targets
- INSPIRATIONAL headteacher Sue Seifert revealed this week that she... > more

Boxing club wins its fight for more cash
- THE famous Times Amateur Boxing club will open a second centre – named after murdered teenager... > more

Assisted suicide shows lack of respect, says charity boss
- VIRGINIA Low, founder of one of Islington’s leading mental health charities... > more

£2bn project hit by banks pull-out
- DEVELOPERS of the £2billion King’s Cross railway lands project had to step in earlier this month to... > more

Hospital ‘vulnerable’ over its ability to borrow new money
- NEW accountancy rules set to come into effect next April could jeopardise a series... > more

Petition on prostitutes sparks row
- A ROW has broken out over how to tackle increased prostitution in the York Way estate. > more

Town Hall ready to appeal against gay ‘sinners’ registrar tribunal decision
- COUNCIL chiefs say they are determined to overturn an employment... > more

Hear all about it: News at the flick of a switch
- IF your eyesight is too poor to read the Tribune, don’t despair. Help is at hand from an audio... > more

Tipping point: Homes chuck waste habit
- THE challenge was to “Watch your Waste” and 80 homes rose to it magnificently. > more

Health centre campaigners battle on
- A MAJOR public meeting has been called as campaigners step up their fight to save Finsbury... > more

Prison sentence for youth caught with imitation gun on Tube train
- A TEENAGER has been jailed for a year for carrying an imitation gun... > more

Mum’s ‘soul food’ gives a boost to X Factor’s Alex
- WITH four more nail-biting weeks to go, and support from England footballer Wayne... > more

Meetings axed, but Town Hall insists: It’s no holiday
- THE Town Hall’s ruling Lib Dems have defended a decision to cancel three meetings... > more

Pupils searched for fireworks at school
- PUPILS are being stopped and searched by police after a teenager was excluded from school... > more

‘Network Rail should pay for rail footbridge’
- LONDON Mayor Boris Johnson’s transport chief has backed campaigners fighting for a pedestrian... > more

‘Singing’ Shyshko’s art on show
- HE takes an industrial landscape and turns it into a canvas so rich with fiery hues that critics suggest that... > more

Changing tune: Siblings to step in for Jacobson
- BROTHER and sister classical musicians from the Guildhall School of Music have... > more




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