HERE we go.
Q1. Camden Council reveal drastic new measures.
Q2. Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy make a special appeal in the pages of the New Journal.
ANSWER: MAGGIE THE MOGGIE
Q3. What were the coffee giants up to?
ANSWER: CORRIDORS OF POWER. (Starbucks began selling their coffee inside the Town Hall despite row over tax affairs).
Q4. Somebody helped a stricken cyclist in Kentish Town.
Q5. Five points if you get this one bang on… Give up, if you can’t at least guess the story.
ANSWER: COLDPLAY (…but live music venue in Kentish Town closed this year)
Q7. Classic page three material… but what’s unusual about Ray the pub cat down in Holborn?
ANSWER: RUFF (See below)
Q8. Exact wording for three points here please. Hampstead High Street crepe stall was the centre of many headlines this year.
ANSWER: BATTERLINES (only one point for ‘Battle Lines’, that would be too easy)
Q9. Something going on under the police’s noses?
ANSWER: RUNNING A BROTHEL
Q10. This one caused quite a stir: Hampstead School banned a student after a critical blog. Fill in the gaps.
ANSWER: ‘MAD IDEAS’. Headteacher’s description of blog posts written by former Hampstead student Kinnan Zaloom.
BONUS TIE-BREAKER ROUND. WORTH FIVE POINTS. THIS IS FROM BACK PAGE CNJ SPORT: