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Fair at Finchley nursery aims to help make sick boy happy

Fair at Finchley nursery aims to help make sick boy happy


A NURSERY in Finchley is holding a fund-raising event tomorrow to help put a smile on the face of a three-year-old boy from who is flying to America with his family for treatment for a very rare form of cancer.


Woman, 94, critical in hospital after minivan crash

Woman, 94, critical in hospital after minivan crash


A 94-year-old woman remains critically ill in hospital after being hit by a minivan in Golders Green.


Community farm will close if it does not relocate

Community farm will close if it does not relocate


THE owner of a popular community farm has called for “common sense” in a legal wrangle which could see it closed down.


Man jailed for life for killing partygoer at university's Hendon campus

Man jailed for life for killing partygoer at university's Hendon campus


A MAN who was found guilty of fatally stabbing a 22-year-old at a party at Middlesex University's Hendon campus has been jailed for life.


Burnham pledges to keep Cricklewood walk in health centre open

Burnham pledges to keep Cricklewood walk in health centre open

SHADOW Health Minister Andy Burnham has pledged to halt the closure of a walk in health centre in Cricklewood if Labour wins the General Election.


Boris Johnson defends intervention on number 13 bus

Boris Johnson defends intervention on number 13 bus


Conducting a consultation into the under-threat Route 13 bus service during the election period “clearly wasn't right”, Boris Johnson said today.


Much loved Adam's soccer school looking for new recruits

Much loved Adam's soccer school looking for new recruits


A FOOTBALL school that has carried on running for nearly a year after the death of its much-loved founder is on the look-out for new recruits.


Housing protesters set up camp on council leader's lawn

Housing protesters set up camp on council leader's lawn


Activists staged a makeshift protest over housing policies – on the leader of Barnet Council's front lawn.


Sherlock star Cumberbatch becomes patron of East Finchley's Phoenix cinema

Sherlock star Cumberbatch becomes patron of East Finchley's Phoenix cinema


IT'S ELEMENTARY my dear film fan as Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch has become patron of an independent cinema in East Finchley.


Number 13 bus saved after Boris steps in

Number 13 bus saved after Boris steps in


An bus service which was under threat of closure has been saved after Mayor of London Boris Johnson stepped in.


Midnight deadline to register vote in General Election

Midnight deadline to register vote in General Election


THERE'S just a few hours left to register to vote in the General Election to meet the midnight deadline today.


Largest ever UK Holocaust memorial event to be held in Barnet



Around 5,000 people are expected to attend the UK's largest ever Holocaust remembrance event on Sunday.


Surge in children at risk of sexual exploitation

Surge in children at risk of sexual exploitation


THE number of children suspected of being at risk of sexual exploitation in Barnet has soared, according to the latest council figures.


Barnet runners with bags of energy help at London Marathon

Barnet runners with bags of energy help at London Marathon


WHEN the thousands of weary London Marathon competitors complete their 26.


Blimey! Babs shows ball skills in Barnet

Blimey! Babs shows ball skills in Barnet


A telly legend was guest of honour at a football tournament organised to help police build a better relationship with young people in Barnet.


Your chance to ask the big General Election questions

Your chance to ask the big General Election questions

VOTERS have a chance to put candidates on the spot at a host of hustings.


Barnet man jailed after botched assassination attempt

Barnet man jailed after botched assassination attempt


A Barnet man has been jailed for nearly 30 years for his part in a failed gang assassination attempt.


Saracens to the rescue for dementia sufferers

Saracens to the rescue for dementia sufferers


The future of a dementia support group has been secured thanks to the support of Saracens Rugby Club.


Avengers assemble: and you can be there

Avengers assemble: and you can be there


AVENGERS: Age of Ultron is the superhero blockbuster of the summer – and we’ve got 25 pairs of tickets to give away for the red carpet regional premiere in IMAX on Tuesday night (April 21), courtesy of Enfield Cineworld.


Swingers party death mystery

Swingers party death mystery


Police were awaiting the outcome of a post-mortem examination this week as they seek to unravel the circumstances surrounding the death of a father-of-two from Edgware found floating in a pool at an adult “swingers” party.


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