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'Deplorable' builder jailed after harassing elderly people to pay extortionate fees for building work

'Deplorable' builder jailed after harassing elderly people to pay extortionate fees for building work

The Community Security Trust recorded a total of 78 incidents in Barnet in January to June 2015

Anti-Semitic incidents in Barnet soar

The plans will see 50 CCTV cameras placed around schools and busy junctions

Go ahead given for new CCTV cameras and powers to enforce traffic offences

Expensive haircut for Emily, eight

Expensive haircut for Emily, eight

Police are appealing for information

Woman treated for cracked rib after aggravated burglary

Norma with George Linton Salmon, a volunteer for the project

The Shane Project: 'This will be my footprint'

Chairman of the Pinkham Way Alliance, Stephen Brice (far left), with fellow members outside the Pinkham Way site

Pinkham Way Alliance joins with UCL for air pollution study on A406

The time and place Londoners are most likely to have a fire has been revealed

REVEALED: Study reveals time and place Londoners most likely to have fire

BOOST members at Burnt Oak library

Employment project gets off the ground

Happier times: Michelle Allen and Alison Kira at the project

Barnet youth project to close after nearly 25 years

Keshet Dor

Teenager who makes sandwiches for homeless people nominated for award

Neighbours in Brunswick Park ward oppose the plans

Challenge to council depot plans in New Southgate defeated

Part of the Pavilion Way site in Burnt Oak

Green light for Burnt Oak free school plans to move forward

An artist's impression of the new council offices

Grahame Park community centre plans shelved to make way for council offices

Shopping centre promises summer of fun

Award for cadets after adventure-filled year

Award for cadets after adventure-filled year

St Albans Crown Court

Alloy wheeler dealer pleads guilty to fraud

Paul Nevin

Appeal to find missing man

Staff presented with the award outside Guns and Smoke in High Barnet

Winner of the Times Series Restaurant of the Year announced

Ribena gate: How do you feel about ban on sugary drinks like Capri Sun?

Ribena gate poll: What's your opinion on Tesco's ban on sugary drinks like Capri Sun?

Labour leadership contender and Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn sends message of support to Barnet Unison as employment tribunal gets under way

Chioma Ubogogu with Akiva pupils

Pupils presented with sports awards by Arsenal Ladies footballer

Police were called to reports of a group of seven or eight men fighting

Man, 29, arrested after street fight in Edgware

Barnet mayor Councillor Mark Shooter cuts the ribbon at a ceremony marking the new gazebo. Credit: Donald Lyven

Long Lane Pasture retains Green Flag Award

(Photo by Matthew Horwood) (33106367)

Shoppers donate more than 22,000 meals to foodbanks

Jo Xie

Cancer survivor with fear of heights to jump from 10,000 feet for charity

The students with Mike Freer MP and Cllr Helena Hart at the Public Health Barnet pop-up shop in Finchley

Pupils get a taste of Parliament

The car was discovered in Mill Hill later by the Metropolitan Police. Credit: @InsideEdgware

Two arrests after carjacking and robbery in Bushey

Cannabis plants were discovered during the raid

Cannabis factory raided by police in Hendon

Youth Manager Alison Wood, second from left, collecting the award

Youth project scoops award

Former mayor drops in on disabled charity

Former mayor drops in on disabled charity

Sam Branch

'A sensational achievement' 12-year-old is the youngest to pass drums exam

Alice De Naeyer

Scout leader prepares to represent UK at international scout jamboree

Church welcomes care homes at celebration of life

Church welcomes care homes at celebration of life

Middlesex University graduates celebrate in Hendon

Celebrations at Middlesex University as thousands graduate

Photo from stock

No step-free access to southbound trains at Finchley Central for two months

The photo was taken at approximately 1am in Enfield by Thomas Gallagher

'Lighting in blue' wins photo of the week

The law will change on October 1

Landlords - don't get caught out by a change in the law

The car was blown up in Mill Hill. Credit: @InsideEdgware

Car blown up in Mill Hill following carjacking and robbery in Bushey

The car was blown up by butane gas. Credit: @InsideEdgware

Car explodes in Mill Hill

Dora and Friends sing and dance with little fans

Dora and Friends sing and dance with little fans

NatWest, Burnt Oak Broadway. Credit: Google

NatWest bank to close in Burnt Oak

The airshow will run from July 11 to 17, 2016

RAF Museum chosen as charity partner for airshow

The fund will give away £500 every other month to support projects that improve the health of people in Barnet and surrounding areas

Nominations open for second £500 Community Health Fund award

Steven Valens said he and his neighbours were "suffering" from slow broadband

Mounting frustration at failure to roll out faster broadband

Underhill stadium

Sale of Underhill stadium 'not yet complete'

Gerald Rehn, Stuart Slater, Ed Bradbury, Jonas Albinnson and Nelo Stotter

Team to take the plunge for homeless charity

Barbara Waterman and her family with Hendon MP Matthew Offord

'Caring and generous' volunteer awarded by Prime Minister

Barnet council says there will be an emphasis on fixing potholes

£50m roadworks programme underway

Jane Martin

Headteacher prepares to say goodbye after four decades teaching

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