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Pupils to take on Thalassaemia Fun Run


STUDENTS and staff at a school in Barnet are hitting a good stride when it comes to good causes, as they prepare to take part in a fun run next month.


Climbers tackle 21 peaks in memory of friend

Climbers tackle 21 peaks in memory of friend

SEVEN friends will don their hiking boots and climb 21 of the toughest peaks in the UK over four days to raise money for charity.


A positive attitude towards altitude...

A positive attitude towards altitude...
HE may be more used to riding his bike across the South Downs or the rolling hills of northern France – but later this month keen cyclist Geoff Lee will swap his bike for a pair of walking boots and tackle some of the world’s toughest peaks.


Firm fined after Finchley worker electrocuted


A BUILDING firm has been ordered to pay out nearly £20,000 after a contractor from Finchley was left with life-threatening burns when he drilled through a live cable.


Police dog finds missing elderly man


A MAN who went missing from a care home in Cricklewood yesterday evening has been found after a police search.


Royal Free launch probe into dying man’s care

Royal Free launch probe into dying man’s care

A HOSPITAL has apologised to the family of a businessman who was forced to lie for hours in soiled clothes and sent home with pneumonia in just a blanket during his final days.


Mausoleum bid may be thrown out

Mausoleum bid may be thrown out

CAMPAIGNERS fighting plans to build a mausoleum on green belt land in Mill Hill say they are “pleased” after planning officers revealed that they will urge councillors to throw out the application.


Anyone for tennis? Coaches gearing up for 24-hour marathon

Anyone for tennis? Coaches gearing up for 24-hour marathon

THREE tennis coaches from Barnet will be taking part in a 24-hour charity challenge tomorrow.


Council defends decision to call in police over budget vote

Council defends decision to call in police over budget vote

BARNET Council has hit back against claims it wrongly reported a Labour councillor to police for voting in a budget while in council tax arrears, and blamed her for the error that led to a court summons being issued.


Four jailed for violent jewellery robbery

Four jailed for violent jewellery robbery

FOUR men have been jailed after pleading guilty to a violent robbery outside a home in Whetstone.


Man stabbed in Dollis Valley estate


A 21-YEAR-OLD man was rushed to hospital after he was found suffering stab wounds in High Barnet yesterday evening.


Parishioners to share the profit this Sunday

Parishioners to share the profit this Sunday

A VICAR at a cash-strapped church in Whetstone is trusting in the entrepreneurial spirit of her parishioners by giving them £10 each to invest in fundraising schemes.


Royal bloom to be found at hospital

Royal bloom to be found at hospital

A TRADITIONAL present of daffodils from her majesty the Queen are flourishing in the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust this month.


'Tax arrears' councillor demands apology after police called in over budget vote

'Tax arrears' councillor demands apology after police called in over budget vote

THE Labour councillor who was referred to police after voting on the council’s budget while subject to a council tax summons has been revealed to be West Finchley member, Kath McGuirk.


Pensioner dies after Mutton Lane accident


A PENSIONER from Potters Bar has died after being involved in a collision with a motorbike yesterday afternoon.


Two people hospitalised after Potters Bar crash


POLICE are appealing for witnesses after two people were hospitalised after an accident in Potters Bar yesterday evening.


Marathon effort by Barnet's fundraisers

Marathon effort by Barnet's fundraisers

LONDON Marathon participants from the borough have exceeded their target amounts raised for their respective charities.


Crash in Palmers Green this morning


TRAFFIC is disrupted in the Palmers Green area following a road traffic accident this morning.


Man pleads not guilty to charge connected to Sabrina Moss murder


A MAN from Cricklewood has pleaded not guilty to a charge connected to the fatal shooting of a mum-of-one on her 24th birthday.


Lottery funding for RAF museum exhibition

Lottery funding for RAF museum exhibition

THE Royal Air Force Museum has received a grant of almost £1million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to create a brand new exhibition.


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