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Barnet Council has appointed a new contractor to handle £150 million’s worth of major projects including new schools, leisure and community centres.
A helicopter flew in to help a teenager in cardiac arrest, who has now been taken to hospital.
A five-year initiative to improve Barnet’s pavements is “well underway”, with millions to be spent before 2020.
Mazher Mahmood, the 'Fake Sheikh', has been jailed for tampering with evidence in the collapsed drugs trial of pop star Tulisa Contostavlos.
Hendon’s MP is leading calls for the UK to condemn human rights violations in Iran, following a dedicated exhibition.
This October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, don't miss out on your chance to give while you get.
Each week police appeal to readers of the Times Series for help finding wanted suspects.
In a season blighted by ‘killer clowns’ and other tricks and pranks, the Metropolitan police have announced their plans for cracking down on anti-social behaviour and crime through the autumn.
A man who stole a double decker bus and drove it through a town whilst under the influence of alcohol has been jailed for 21 months.
A car fire has left one person suffering from smoke inhalation and hand burns.
Prince Harry joined Sadiq Khan and the families of police officers who gave their lives in the line of duty for a memorial service.
Barnet pupils have joined a city-wide initiative to help come up with ways to make the walk to school more active.
An electric radiator caused a fire at a flat in Potters Bar.
The MEP for Hertfordshire has decided to stand down after representing the county since 1999.
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A man who stabbed a family dog 11 times has been sectioned.
Prince Harry will be in Hendon today attend the Metropolitan Police Service's annual ceremony of remembrance for colleagues who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Those who like a tipple are in for a treat as wine tasting classes comes to North London.