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Inspectors rated supported living service as 'inadequate'


A SERVICE failed to provide safe care for people with learning difficulties, mental health needs and autism an inspection by a watchdog found.


School robotics club to compete in international champions

School robotics club to compete in international champions

STUDENTS from a school robotics club are representing the UK in the world robotics championships.


Barnet Council rejects calls for libraries plan to be shelved

Barnet Council rejects calls for libraries plan to be shelved
A SENIOR Labour politician has ruled out changing the law to safeguard libraries if his party wins out at the polls.


Historic tree damaged by vandal

Historic tree damaged by vandal

A VANDAL has carved huge letters into the trunk of a historic tree in a Finchley beauty spot.


Campaigners protest over library closure plans

Campaigners protest over library closure plans

CAMPAIGNERS opposed to the proposed closure of up to six Barnet libraries are staging a protest before councillors debate the future of libraries at an extraordinary general meeting tonight.


Women urged to get battle ready for Race for Life

Women urged to get battle ready for Race for Life
CANCER survivor Clara Markiewicz is putting on her war paint and urging women in Barnet to join the fight against the disease by signing up to a series of fund-raising events for Cancer Research UK.


Poisoned spy looked like patient who had a bone marrow transplant

Poisoned spy looked like patient who had a bone marrow transplant

A CANCER SPECIALIST said poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko was so ill he looked like he was a bone marrow transplant patient.


Runners limber up for charity half marathon

THOUSANDS of runners are set to hit the streets of Barnet on Sunday next week to raise cash for a raft of charities and good causes.


Oh deer- baby fawn rescued from railings


FIREFIGHTERS helped release a baby deer which was caught in railings in New Barnet.


Teenager in court over attempted rape charges


A TEENAGER was due to appear at court today charged with three attempted rapes in Hendon.


Family stage vigil for missing man

Family stage vigil for missing man

THE FAMILY of a man who disappeared after a car crash last month are staging a vigil in Colindale on Sunday as they try to in a bid to discover what happened to him.


Brent Cross developer unveiled

BARNET Council has announced its preferred contractor to carry out the major redevelopment of Brent Cross.


Shopkeepers evacuated following a gas leak

Shopkeepers evacuated following a gas leak
BUSINESSES had to be evacuated and a high street closed for an hour by police and engineers fixing a gas leak on a construction site.


Tessa Jowell meets striking care workers in pay cut dispute

Tessa Jowell meets striking care workers in pay cut dispute

STRIKING care workers who are protesting over pay cuts were visited on the picket line by Labour London mayoral hopeful Tessa Jowell.


Missing Mill Hill teen found safe

A TEENAGER who went missing from her Mill Hill home has been found.


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Senior politicians oppose library closures in Barnet

Senior politicians oppose library closures in Barnet

CHIPPING Barnet MP Theresa Villiers is opposing library closures in her constituency and is challenging Barnet council to find other ways to find savings in the libraries budget.


Police hunt Hendon sex attacker

POLICE are appealing for help in tracing a man who sexually assaulted a woman in an alleyway in Hendon on Sunday.


Bid to encourage West Hendon youth club membership


A BID to improve facilities for young people in West Hendon has seen children signing up for sports and arts activities and organisers want to extend the service to teenagers.


Event gives residents chance to take upcycled furniture home

Event gives residents chance to take upcycled furniture home

RATHER than discard old furniture or even worse abandon it on the street Barnet residents were encourage to bring goods they no longer wanted to a Give and Take day and give them a new lease of life.


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