CNJ Live: Wednesday May 30, 2012

Latest news from the Camden New Journal newsdesk. Scroll down for what's been happening in Camden today.

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  1. SOME MORE INFO ON THE POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO REGENT'S PARK RAPE

  2. POLICE APPEAL JUST RELEASED
  3. IN TOMORROW'S NEW JOURNAL, RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES TELL OF THEIR CONCERNS FOR QUEEN'S CRESCENT AFTER YOUNG WOMAN IS SHOT.
  4. CLUB OWNER ALEX PROUD SAYS ROW OVER CABARET PERFORMANCE RULES HAS BEEN UNFAIRLY BLOWN UP: 'THIS DEBATE IS UTTERLY STUPID'
  5. KILLER GANG MEMBER IN GOLMAKANI MURDER CASE RETURNS TO COURT
  6. HAMPSTEAD THEATRE SCORES HIT WITH CHARIOTS OF FIRE AS RUN SELLS OUT
  7. TRANSPORT SECRETARY'S WALKING TO WORK DURING THE OLYMPICS PLAN: Camden Council staff asked to consider alternative ways of getting to work during Games.
  8. CAMDEN ELECTS NEW YOUTH MP: All young people aged 13-19, living, studying, working or attending a youth centre in Camden had a chance to vote. 
    Along with Camden’s newly elected Young MP, Jabeen Rizvi, two new Deputy Camden Young MPs were elected to work alongside her. Milly Toomey and Danielle Williams have both become Deputy Camden Young MPs. 
    Jabeen said: “I am very proud to be elected to represent the diverse young people in Camden at UK Youth Parliament. In difficult times like we are in today, it is often young people and their futures that suffer the most but we must not let their passions and aspirations go to waste."
  9. An exchange between residents of the Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate and Camden Council about why the heating is still on during the hot weather...
  10. Dave Rowntree from Blur on the Primrose Hill lyrics... he'd rather you read the New Journal piece than rely on google alerts. His tweets:
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