• De Magalhaes blow for Barnet

    Barnet defender Jeremy De Magalhaes broke down in training with a sore knee yesterday. The Frenchman had just returned to training following his long-term injury, but manager Ian Hendon said he was still a long way from a return. The centre-back has

  • Pint-sized PC joins the force

    A young boy who was diagnosed with cancer in 2007 fulfilled his dream of one day becoming a policeman when he spent the day at The Metropolitan Police training college last Friday. Oscar, 6, from Kilburn, who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic

  • 'My rape ordeal'

    A woman who endured a horrific sex attack has spoken out about her ordeal to encourage other rape victims to come forward. Julie Montgomery, 41, waived her right to lifetime anonymity this week, after a court heard how she was held captive

  • Burglar preys on woman with pram

    A callous distraction burglar preyed on a mother in Potters Bar yesterday, making off with a gold wedding ring. The woman, in her 40s, was struggling to get through the door of her home, in The Walk, with a pram at around 1pm when a man offered

  • Young man's death unsolved

    The body of a Cricklewood man was left for almost a week before being discovered by neighbours, an inquest heard. Stephen Coohill, 33, of Cedar Road, was found dead with a chicken bone in his mouth on November 8 after his landlady Linda Whorenksey

  • Bees set for County test

    Barnet boss Ian Hendon takes his new charges to one of his former clubs on Saturday. The Bees travel to mid-table Notts County for another important League Two clash. He said: "It's another tough game, but if we can perform like we did on Tuesday going

  • Ex-Barnet Protec student a big hit at Newcastle

    Barnet FC are unlikely to be short of young talent in the future. The Protec football academy, from which a number of the current Bees have graduated, continues to go from strength to strength. The football/education-based scheme, which has been running

  • Travel by bus not taxi

    The best saving the Mayor of London could introduce would be to make Assembly Member Brian Coleman employ his free travelcard to use public transport instead of running up huge taxi bills (‘No more says Boris’, Opinion, February 5). If he were to make

  • Cost of bus travel to rise

    Brian Coleman’s letter in last week’s paper (‘No more says Boris’, Opinion, February 5) extolls the virtue of Boris Johnson’s “freeze” in his portion of our council tax bills. But I feel it is only fair to inform Barnet residents that even with the

  • McCann still fighting hard after four years

    Hendon manager Gary McCann has perhaps one of the toughest jobs in non-league football. But he has just celebrated four years in charge of the cash-strapped Greens. It is not a job most other managers would relish. With many clubs