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A large crowd gathered to commemorate the first Allied death of the Great War.
People gathered in Lodge Lane, North Finchley, to pay tribute to Private John Parr, recognised as the first Allied soldier killed.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
A lot of skulduggery: 'They abandoned my brain'
An artist is appealing for help in saving a sculpture she made of a giant brain after squatters set up camp in the statute.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Brent Cross Regeneration Scheme: drop-in shop to help people find jobs
A drop-in centre to help people find out more about 6,000 new jobs to be created in Brent Cross is to be opened.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
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A-level results: Students in Camden and Barnet defy national decline in grades
Schools across Camden and Barnet have celebrated a trend-bucking set of A-level results this year, defying a national decline in grades.
Tinker, tailor, lawyer, sociologist - A level students prepare for university
College students who spent months in trepidation over their exam results came off an emotional rollercoaster yesterday as they found out their grades.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
North London A-level results - live
Students across north London will be getting their A-level results today. Our live blog will bring you the latest results and reaction from students and schools in Barnet, Hendon, Edgware, Enfield, Harrow, Haringey, Borehamwood and Elstree.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
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'Shouted at while going to synagogue': Golders Green residents complain of rise in anti-Semitism
Rabbis, imams and community leaders have united in response to anti-Semitism "spewing forth" across the UK and particularly north London.
Care provider fails CQC inspection
A care provider that supports disabled people in their own homes has failed an inspection over complaints of staff failing to turn up to visits.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
London tops sex workers crime list
Ugly Mugs, which collects and circulates data on potentially dangerous clients, said there were 970 reported crimes against sex workers in the UK, over the past two years.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Urgent appeal as animal centre inundated with kittens
"Anyone considering giving a home to a pair of kittens, or wanting a kitten as a companion to their cat, should come and see us as all our little 'uns will have been vet checked and microchipped, and arrangements made for neutering or spaying."
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Barnet woman becomes Liveryman
A City of London company which dates back to the 14th century has awarded a woman with a prestigious title.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Mental health nurse retires after nearly four decades
Janet Alldred spent almost four decades working for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust as a service manager.
Borehamwood and Elstree Times
Borehamwood Times: Sue Alford, far right with councillors and campaigners at Stirling Corner
Earlier this year, TfL ran a consultation on whether to reduce the speed limit to 50mph on the approach to the Stirling Corner roundabout between Rowley Lane and Courtland Avenue.
'Remarkable' 100-year-olds celebrate birthday
Centenarians Herman Katz and Maud Solksone, who live at Jewish Care's Clore Manor Home, in Hendon, were born the day after each other in 1914.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Times Series: Conservative cabinet member Tom Davey said Councillor Moore's position was 'untenable'
Overcrowding in Barnet demands a more "ambitious" housing programme - despite the approval of 27 new homes, according to a councillor.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Dad died trying to save children from fire caused by 'killer' fridge-freezer
Santosh Benjamin, 36, helped his wife rescue their two daughters but then succumbed to smoke inhalation, an inquest has heard A leading fridge-freezer firm ignored safety fears over an appliance for seven years until a father died in a fire caused by a faulty timer, an inquest heard yesterday.
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First World War centenary: 'Lights Out' in Camden, Barnet and...
Trainee priest Matthew Topham of St Augustine's Church puts out candles at a vigil held on the cenetenary of the beginning of the First World War.
'She deserves to go to a good school' - parents run out of money to take daughter's case to court
'She deserves to go to a good school' - parents run out of money to take daughter's case to court 'She deserves to go to a good school' - Edgware parents run out of money to take daughter's case to court A couple who are fighting to get their disabled daughter into a "tailor made" school have run out of money to take the case to court.
Man sectioned over stab attacks
A man who attacked and stabbed two women in separate attacks in south-east London has been given an indefinite hospital order.