• Special waste collection for Passover

    A special waste collection service is being run for Jewish people preparing for Passover. Barnet Council will send its refuse crews along 300 extra routes on March 24 and 25 to collect foods traditionally forbidden in Jewish households during the

  • Race against time for self-published author

    A Mill Hill author who has chosen an unusual way of raising money to publish his latest book is facing a race against time to gather the cash. Peter Tarnofsky needs £1,500 to cover the printing costs of his compilation of short stories, Everything

  • 'Maybe our mentality in these games is different'

    Davids Stephens admits he is not sure why Barnet continue to struggle against the sides in the bottom half of the League Two table. The Bees were beaten 2-1 at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday and have taken just 13 points from their 16 matches against

  • Latest council outsourcing plans 'risk public health'

    Campaigners have warned council plans to outsource departments including environmental health will put public safety at risk. Barnet Council is looking to move its regulatory services - which also include trading standards - to the private sector

  • Macklin and Murray fights must happen says Barker

    After 18 years in the ring and a largely faultless boxing career – which has included 15 professional knock-outs – Darren Barker has taken his fair share of punishment. But he has a confession to make. “I feel rejuvenated and fresh,” he said. “I feel