Hornchurch taxi driver jailed after police discover record-breaking haul of fake A 1 coins
A Hornchurch dad-to-be is among three who plotted to flood the UK with a record-breaking 1.5million worth of fake one pound coins.
Mon May 20, 2013
Sleep walkers raise thousands of pounds for charity
Hundreds of walkers donned their pyjamas as they pounded the streets of Enfield under the cover of darkness to raise money for charity.
MPs debate gay marriage: Politics live blog
Originally Labour indicated that it would advise its MPs to abstain on the Tim Loughton amendment.
Thu May 16, 2013
Hundreds expected to take part in charity night hike
The 15km charity walk on the night of Friday, May 17 will raise money for The Nightingale cancer support centre and Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals.
Roadshows supporting Adult Learners' Week
A series of roadshows and workshops coming to Barnet and Enfield next week could change the lives of adults looking for a new career.
Charity opens doors to epilepsy sufferers
A north London charity is opening its doors to epilepsy sufferers during an awareness-raising week which starts on Monday.
Sun May 12, 2013
Nearly 150 Tory rebels demand referendum on gay marriage and threaten ...
Tory rebels are demanding a referendum on gay marriage - and have threatened to wreck Coalition attempts to push through a change in the law if they don't get their way.
Fri May 10, 2013
London 'could drink treated sewage'
The company has launched a consultation on the idea of drinking sewage water which has been treated, put back in the Thames and retreated.
Thu May 09, 2013
A new music service in Barnet has been awarded 150,000 by the Arts Council.
The money awarded to music service Barnet Education Arts Trust will be used to improve access to music tuition for all children in Barnet schools regardless of their ability to pay.
Wed May 08, 2013
This bubbly great-grandmother had a birthday bash to remember when she turned 104.
Thought to be one of the oldest people in Enfield, Jean Froggit celebrated her big day on Friday, May 3, surrounded by her friends and family at her home in Eastbrook House, Lower Edmonton.
Thu May 02, 2013
What Counts As London?
As Londonist settled down for a swift half in the Old Shades recently we happened to overhear a debate that must have been playing out in the capital for countless generations: what counts as London? A gentleman in a fetching felt hat was calmly pointing out to his companion that London is defined by its boroughs - the 32 administrative areas that ... (more)
Wed May 01, 2013
Benefits cap leads to eviction notices in trial area
'Every council testing this benefit cap has teams of housing officers warning tenants that they face some stark choices.' Photograph: Thomas Baker/Alamy Tenants participating in a trial of the government's controversial benefit cap are being sent eviction letters because the welfare changes mean they "may not be able to afford the rent" and they ... (more)
Enfield's assembly member to lead police committee
Enfield and Haringey's London assembly member has been selected to lead a committee focussing on police and crime in the city.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
One Direction Stars Thrilled With Scooby Doo Van
Pop stars One Direction have been handed the keys to their dream car after commissioning specialists to transform a van into the Mystery MAChine from beloved kids' cartoon Scooby Doo .
Sun Apr 28, 2013
A teenager killed when he fell from scaffolding will be remembered during a special service today.
Alfie Perrin, 16, from Enfield, died on November 14 last year after he fell from a house he was working on in Camden Road in Wanstead.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Man 'raped Occupy London protester'
A man raped a fellow protester twice at the Occupy London camp set up outside St Paul's Cathedral, a court has heard.