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Council publishes reams of raw data


REAMS of raw data have been released by the council in an effort to be more transparent.


Labour slams 'low-pay, low-skilled' council job shop

Labour slams 'low-pay, low-skilled' council job shop

LABOUR has slammed a council initiative aimed at getting more residents into work and its use of public money to perpetuate a “low-pay, low-skilled, zero-hour contract economy”.


Bicycle thieves are put behind bars


THREE men who helped steal more than 500 bicycles from outside railway stations before selling them online have been jailed.


Councils ‘should unite to attract more investment’

Councils ‘should unite to attract more investment’

A SENIOR Barnet Council officer has called for London boroughs to be allowed to set up combined local authorities to pool resources and attract more investment for regeneration.


Vulnerable residents in Mill Hill slam charity over housing conditions

Vulnerable residents in Mill Hill slam charity over housing conditions


VULNERABLE residents in Mill Hill have accused a housing charity of treating them “like wild animals” after forcing them to wait months and even years for repairs to broken windows, toilets and bathrooms.


Man stabbed in leg in Golders Green


A 20-YEAR-OLD man has been discharged from hospital after he was found suffering stab wounds in Golders Green on Sunday evening.


Barnet Council criticised for 'unlawful' handling of complaint case

Barnet Council criticised for 'unlawful' handling of complaint case

A LABOUR councillor who escaped reprimand over accusations she breached Barnet Council's code of conduct has accused the local authority of acting “unlawfully” over its handling of the case.


Barnet libraries could be axed, unmanned or a fraction of the size

Barnet libraries could be axed, unmanned or a fraction of the size

BARNET'S library buildings could be reduced to just a twelfth of their existing size and left completely unmanned for most of the day under plans unveiled by Barnet Council today.


Barnet Council panel dismisses 'vexatious' councillor complaint

Barnet Council panel dismisses 'vexatious' councillor complaint

A DISCIPLINARY committee has dismissed a complaint that a Labour councillor breached council rules by voting at a budget meeting while in council tax arrears.


Tributes pour in after actress Lynda Bellingham dies aged 66

Tributes pour in after actress Lynda Bellingham dies aged 66

TRIBUTES have poured in for the “loyal and talented” actress and TV presenter Lynda Bellingham, who has died at age 66.


Forty-five taken to hospital after bus overturns near High Barnet

Forty-five taken to hospital after bus overturns near High Barnet

FORTY-FIVE people have been taken to hospital after a double-decker bus carrying dozens of schoolchildren overturned on St Albans Road between South Mimms and High Barnet this morning.


Colindale man 'left dog to rot'

Colindale man 'left dog to rot'

A MAN who let his cancer-suffering Staffordshire bull terrier “rot to death” has been banned from owning a dog for five years.


Pupils on the right wavelength for 90th anniversary of message to New Zealand

Pupils on the right wavelength for 90th anniversary of message to New Zealand

PUPILS at an independent school in Mill Hill, from which the first transworld communication was made 90 years ago, will be celebrating the anniversary by recreating the event on Saturday.


‘Council legal services must become in-house’, Labour says


A FULL council debate on the future of governance at Barnet Council will be held next month after Labour called for legal services to be brought back in-house – a plan which the Tories oppose.


Housing Association leaves residents without intercom for four months

Housing Association leaves residents without intercom for four months

DISABLED and elderly residents of a five-storey block of flats in Colindale have branded their housing association a “disgrace” for leaving them without an intercom system for four months.


Labour slams scheduling of extraordinary meeting

Labour slams scheduling of extraordinary meeting

LABOUR have slammed the decision by Barnet mayor Hugh Rayner to schedule an extra-ordinary council meeting on the future of governance at the council late at night.


Life sentence for stabbing woman to death at home

Life sentence for stabbing woman to death at home

A MAN who stabbed a woman to death at her home in Colindale has been jailed for life.


Have your say on first phase of Brent Cross masterplan

Have your say on first phase of Brent Cross masterplan

RESIDENTS have been invited to comment on the first detailed plans for the first phase of the £4billion Brent Cross Cricklewood development.


Hope for community centre campaigners as charity chiefs order change in management

Hope for community centre campaigners as charity chiefs order change in management

CAMPAIGNERS engaged in a four year battle to bring a community centre in East Finchley back into use say they are “extremely pleased” after the Charity Commission ordered a change in management.


Traders invited to Barnet Council business expo

Traders invited to Barnet Council business expo

BOROUGH businesses are being given the chance to tell Barnet Council how it could make their lives easier and to find out how they can win contracts with the local authority.


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