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'It's never too late to start exercising' - council launches fitness campaign
Exercise-shy people will have no excuses when it comes to getting into shape after the launch of a "fantastic" new campaign.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
'He didn't die alone, he wasn't in the dark' - tributes paid to doctor at inquest
Emotional tributes were paid to a doctor who had an "infectious smile" at an inquest into his death this afternoon.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Times Series: Brighton and Hove introduce pay by phone parking - but with a charge
Labour has defended itself against claims it "misled" residents over promises to roll out half an hour's parking in the borough's town centres.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Boreham Wood FC and Barnet and Southgate College announce partnership
A football club has teamed up with a college to allow young footballers to achieve success both on and off the pitch.
Care UK wins new offender healthcare contracts
The contracts - which will see Care UK provide a full range of primary care and mental health services - will run for five years with the option of two 12 month extensions.
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Residents urged to join the fight to keep traffic lights at Stirling Corner
Campaigners have urged members of the public to join in the fight to keep permanent traffic signals on at a "death trap junction".
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Ham and High
Travel: Weekend engineering works close parts of Northern, DLR and Bakerloo lines and Overground
Planned engineering works will close parts of the Bakerloo and Northern lines, the Docklands Light Railway and London Overground network this weekend.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Three charged with historic alleged sex offences at school for vulnerable children
The trio are accused of a total of 53 sex abuse offences at Swaylands School in Penshurst, Kent, between 1967 and 1993.
On Golden Pond opens in Potters Bar
Hollywood legends Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn both won Oscars for their 1981 screen portrayals of Norman and Ethel Thayer, the elderly couple whose 48th summer vacation to their New England idyll is interrupted by the arrival of their daughter, her new fiancA© and his son.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
'Positive' dementia cafes to open
People with dementia and their carers can meet others in the same boat when two new clubs open in the borough.
Times Series: New signs will be used to mark Cricklewood town centre.
A new market space, trees and cycle stands are just some of the ways the Mayor's Outer London Fund will be spent on a revamp of Cricklewood.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Tube staff handed strike break bonus
Tube workers who volunteered during this month's strike have been awarded A 25 vouchers "by way of a thank you" from transport bosses.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
London property squeezing out 'cling-ons'
Large numbers of high earners have been locked out of the London housing market, according to an analysis by the Financial Times.
Times Series: Martin Jefferies and his dogs Suzie and Vonzy making the most of the flooded park
Environment Agency figures show 1,136 homes in Barnet remain at risk of flooding despite forecasts predicting the weather to improve this weekend.
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Thu Feb 20, 2014
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Asda is set to roll out more deliveries on the Tube
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Closure of day centres for elderly pushed back 12 months after outcry
Louise Jennings, 91, chatting with friends at the Ann Owens Centre in East Finchley soon after the closure was announced Age UK Barnet has announced it will continue running two popular day centres for a further 12 months after previously announcing they would close.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Ham and High
Chandos Lawn Tennis Club to be bulldozed and moved to East Finchley
Plans to bulldoze a tennis club in Golders Green and replace it with a housing estate and apartment block have been approved.
'I'll leave the town' - Shoppers unhappy at proposals to remove iconic spires
Shopping centre owners have proposed removing the iconic spires from High Barnet's high street under one of two designs for a major refurbishment.
Task group 'unanimous' in support of 20mph zones
All primary schools in Barnet would be entitled to 20mph zones around their school under recommendations due to be put before Barnet Council's cabinet next month.