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Christmas shows and lights switch-ons herald the beginning of the festive period

St Andrew’s School

Above: St Andrew’s School youngsters, Frida, Alexa, Emily and Kayley; below, Luke, Elif, Peri Su and and George 

St Andrew’s School

Published: 9 December, 2016

CHRISTMAS was well and truly in the air this week as more lights were switched on and children began performing their Christmas shows.

Appeal for witnesses after ‘sickening’ attack on cat

CCTv

The CCTV image of the attack on the cat

Published: 9 December, 2016
by JOE COOPER

Church returns to its full glory after £300k steeple project

Spire

Nicholas Weedon, left, and the Rev Jonathan Brewster at the church; below is the spire

Published: 9 December, 2016
by GABE EVANS

OUR NEIGHBOURS: Who’s been making the news round your way this week?

Maria North

Maria North and, below, artwork of the four sisters on the cover of Sibling Rhymery

Published: 9 December, 2016
by GABE EVANS

Flood victims who must face ‘six months of grief’

Eric Powell surveys the damage at Kevin Page Oriental Art

Eric Powell surveys the damage at Kevin Page Oriental Art 

Charlton Place residents

Charlton Place residents Karen Armstrong, Jeanette Page, Sophie Sarin, Cressida Bell, Paul Beecham and Mary Robertson at the Business Design Centre, where flooding victims found refuge

‘Angel Tsunami’: Thames Water faces traders’ fury as bill for flood devastation is expected to run into millions

Flooded gardens in Devonia Road,

Flooded gardens in Devonia Road, where one resident said: ‘Water just flowed through with a massive force’. Picture: Polly Brown

Polly Brown in a devastated Devonia Road garden

Published: 9 December, 2016
by KOOS COUVÉE

UPPER STREET FLOODING: 50 homes and businesses evacuated

Flooding

Published: 5 December, 2016
by JOE COOPER

A BURST water main has caused chaos on Upper Street and surrounding streets, forcing residents from their homes and deluging businesses.

The Xtra Diary: At the epicentre of punk, a plaque for Strummer squat

Joe Strummer

The legendary Joe Strummer in 1999 and, below, Murad Qureshi

Murad Qureshi

Published: 2 December, 2016

Controversial Caledonian Park visitor centre wins go-ahead

Illustrations of how the clocktower visitor centre could look

Illustrations of how the clocktower visitor centre could look

Illustrations of how the clocktower visitor centre could look

Published: 2 December, 2016
by JOE COOPER

Cinderella star Linda backs the Tribune's Christmas Hamper Appeal

Linda Robson: ‘It can be a tough time for the elderly’

Linda Robson: ‘It can be a tough time for the elderly’

Published: 2 December, 2016

Patrick Adams found guilty of car shooting

Patrick ‘Patsy’ Adams

Patrick ‘Patsy’ Adams, the younger brother of former crime boss Terry Adams

Published: 2 December, 2016

Police appeal for witnesses after death of woman who ‘lay under coach wheels at traffic lights’

Coach

Police at the scene in Midland Road, King’s Cross

Published: 2 December, 2016
by WILLIAM McLENNAN