• Jobs fair to provide opportunities for unemployed

    A jobs fair will provide employment and apprenticeship opportunities for unemployed people in Barnet next week. Hundreds of students and young people are expected to attend the event, at the Green Man Community Centre, in East Finchley, between

  • Model stars in television advert

    A musician and model from Woodside Park who carried the Olympic flame to Hyde Park is appearing in a new television advert for Coca-Cola on ITV and Channel 4. Tyler Rix, 20, is one of those featured in the two-minute advert, entitled Coming Together

  • Potters Bar to host open day

    Potters Bar Tennis Club are holding an open day for players of all abilities on Sunday March 17. The event will be held between 11am and 3pm and various activities will be held such as wheelchair tennis, kids zone, ball machine and a fastest serve

  • Landmark faith school takes over former college

    The first faith school of its kind in the UK will be opened in Brunswick Park after governors successfully bid to occupy a former college. St Andrew the Apostle School will become the first Greek Orthodox school in the UK when it takes over the

  • Finchley Chamber Orchestra tunes up for its next concert

    The Finchley Chamber Orchestra has been performing classical concerts in the borough of Barnet for more than 30 years, and its next concert takes place this weekend in North Finchley. Conducted by David Lardi, the orchestra always attracts soloists

  • Morias 'learnt a lot' from Hendon loan

    Wycombe Wanderers youngster Junior Morias says that his loan spell at Hendon helped him become a better player. During an eight-game stay with the Greens the 17-year-old netted five times and helped Gary McCann’s side move up the Ryman Premier Division

  • Scott Matthews to appear at The Bull Theatre in Barnet

    Singer songwriter Scott Matthews is appearing at The Bull in Barnet as part of the pub’s series of gigs to raise funds for its vandalised roof. Scott has recently toured with Foo Fighters and Robert Plant, among others. Also on the bill is Jasmine

  • Gilbert & Sullivan in 90 minutes

    The Complete Works of Gilbert & Sullivan Abridged is an irreverent romp through 14 operettas in 90 minutes. This light-hearted celebration of Gilbert and Sullivan features highlights from all the classic works, from the oriental escapades of

  • Cult films and TV shows made on our doorstep

    Returning to the University of Hertfordshire for a second visit, after its successful inaugural season last autumn, the Elstree Film Season features film and television programmes made in the 1960s at the various studios in Elstree and Borehamwood.

  • Missing exchange student found dead

    A young exchange student was found hanging from a tree by horrified allotment holders, three days after he was reported missing to police. The 17-year-old was discovered yesterday morning near the Daws Lane Allotments, in Hartley Close, Mill Hill

  • Davids to take part in FA Cup draw

    Barnet player/head coach Edgar Davids will take part in the FA Cup semi-final draw at Wembley on Sunday. The Dutch international will be picking out the balls for the last four on ITV1 following Chelsea's quarter final tie against Manchester United

  • Britain’s top illustrators exhibit at Middlesex University

    A touring exhibition of top UK illustrators is coming to Middlesex University in Hendon as part of a free national show run by the Association of Illustrators (AOI). Images 36: Best of British Illustration presents the winning work of more than

  • Fan's View: What's behind Sarries' new lease of life?

    Four weeks ago, a heavy defeat away at London Irish compounded what had been a fairly unconvincing start to 2013 for Saracens. The results were mostly promising, including qualification for the quarters of the Heineken Cup, and the semis of the

  • Impressions of the cycles of life

    Artworks inspired by cycles, circles, seasons and rotations feature in an exhibition by more than 20 members of the East Finchley Open, a group of artists and craftspeople local to the area. Among the more literal of the interpretations of the

  • Elizabethans thumped by league leaders

    Barnet Elizabethans were thumped 66-0 against London Three North West leaders Old Priorians at the weekend. Barnet began the game well and had captain Peter Moulton not dropped the ball in the home 22, they could have got the first points on the board

  • Religious boundary given final planning approval

    A new religious boundary in Mill Hill will “free up” Jewish people to live their lives as normal on the Sabbath. Large metal poles will be constructed at 18 sites in Mill Hill after the final details of a Jewish eruv were approved last night.

  • Jenkins completes Bees loan move

    Barnet have completed the signing of Watford midfielder Ross Jenkins on an initial one-month loan. Jenkins has made just one appearance for the Hornets this season and has not played in the Championship since January 2012. The 22-year-old midfielder

  • Hendon bottom after defeat at West London

    Hendon sit bottom of the Herts Middlesex One table after a heavy 48-12 defeat away at West London RFC. The visitors started the contest positively and took the ball into the West London half. However, as soon as the hosts gained possession they carved

  • Mother's Day treat for Barnet mums

    Beauty therapists are treating Barnet mums to a free pamper session to celebrate Mother’s Day. The Beauty Chapel at Jesus House will host the sessions on Saturday March 9 from 12-5pm. There will be a range of treatments on offer including manicures

  • 'Fat lady singing' not disrespectful, say Saracens

    Saracens chief executive Edward Griffiths has responded to criticism surrounding the club's controversial 'fat lady singing' stunt, insisting it's difficult to keep all of the fans happy all of the time. Towards the end of the Men in Black's first