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Bhavini Kalaria is a solicitor and head of a north London-based commercial law firm, The London Law Practice.

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'Delusional' pensioner killed wife and torched house over imagined assassination plot

'Delusional' pensioner killed wife and torched house over imagined assassination plot

A PENSIONER who murdered his estranged wife before torching their home and hanging himself feared she was plotting to hire "assassins" to kill him, a inquest has heard.


Commuter delays around Oakleigh Park


Rush-hour commuters are being told to expect delays around the Oakleigh Park area of Whetstone.


Cameron and Clegg visit global Finchley business


AS OPTIMISM grows over the direction of the UK economy Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy PM Nick Clegg came to Finchley this morning to meet one of Britain's biggest business success stories.


Fourth man charged with builder's murder


A FORTH man has been charged with the murder of Zydrunas Laurinavicius in Hendon on July 3.


Cameron says council cuts will continue

Cameron says council cuts will continue

DESPITE an upturn in Britain's economic fortunes, swingeing cuts to local government funding are set to continue, David Cameron has warned.


Arts charity Community Focus moves into new home

Arts charity Community Focus moves into new home

AN inclusive arts charity has moved into a new home, more than a year after being handed an eviction notice by its previous landlord.


Iranian refugees in Iraq must be better protected, say peers

Iranian refugees in Iraq must be better protected, say peers

HUMAN rights lawyers, parliamentary peers and MPs came together last week to show support for Iranian refugees in Iraq and call for an end to the country’s current regime.


Childcare services overhaul planned in bid to save £700,000


COUNCIL chiefs are asking for views on a planned overhaul of childcare services in the borough.


Seventh person arrested over builder's murder


A SEVENTH person has been arrested by detectives investigating the murder of Zydrunas Laurinavicius in Hendon earlier this month.


Mother's thanks to Barnet Hospital for saving premature babies

Mother's thanks to Barnet Hospital for saving premature babies

A SOCIAL worker who was told that a rare medical condition had made it almost impossible for her to have children is raising money to thank hospital staff who successfully delivered and cared for her two babies.


Channel 4's Child Genius competition is music to piano prodigy's ears

Channel 4's Child Genius competition is music to piano prodigy's ears

A TEN-YEAR-OLD piano prodigy from Whetstone has featured in a documentary following Britain’s youngest geniuses as they compete in a competition to find the nation’s cleverest child.


Businesses out on their ear for housing development

Businesses out on their ear for housing development

HUNDREDS of small business and charities in Edgware could be forced out of the borough after they were given as little as one month's notice to leave their offices to make way for a new housing development.


Speed limit set to be cut at site of fatal collision

Speed limit set to be cut at site of fatal collision

TRAFFIC bosses in Enfield have confirmed plans to reduce the speed limit on a section of The Ridgeway where a young restaurant manager was killed in a car accident last year.


Order in the house as student meets Mr Speaker

Order in the house as student meets Mr Speaker

A TEENAGER quizzed the Speaker of the House of Commons about his political journey during a memorable trip to Parliament last week.


Permission granted for Brent Cross shopping centre rebuild

Permission granted for Brent Cross shopping centre rebuild

PLANNING permission for the revamped Brent Cross shopping centre has been granted after a £250million community investment was agreed.


Inquest rules scout leader committed suicide

Inquest rules scout leader committed suicide

A SCOUT leader who killed himself while on police bail for allegedly downloading images of child abuse, left a note for his family apologising for his “cowardly action”, an inquest heard today.


Tulisa drugs trial collapses

Tulisa drugs trial collapses

A POP star accused of setting up a drug deal for an undercover reporter has been cleared of all charges.


'Avengers assemble' in Colindale


MARVEL superhero Thor couldn't help getting carried away as filming for the 2015 Avenger's sequel continued at the former Metropolitan Police Peel Centre in Colindale.


Tulisa calls for investigation of 'fake sheikh'

Tulisa calls for investigation of 'fake sheikh'

POP star Tulisa has called for police to investigate undercover Sun on Sunday reporter Mazher Mahmood after the trial over drugs allegations against her collapsed this morning.


Ex-bank worker who harassed RBS boss detained in psychiatric ward

Ex-bank worker who harassed RBS boss detained in psychiatric ward

A “DELUDED” former bank manager from East Barnet who told the chairman of RBS “not to go home this weekend” after demanding £750,000, has promised a judge she will give up her 20-year “fight for justice”.


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