• New lambs decapitated by foxes

    Workers at a Mill Hill farm are warning pet owners to be vigilant after their lambs were attacked by foxes. Belmont Children’s Farm has had to increase the number of alpacas guarding the fields from two to five after four of their lambs were decapitated

  • Youth group walk the length of the Northern Line in onesies

    Dressed in their onesies and tied together with string, a youth group walked the length of the Northern Line to raise money for a community project. The Finchley Reform Synagogue's Youth 4 Youth group set off from Morden shortly after 9.15am last

  • Shocked Stevens credits Sarries trust for Lions call-up

    Saracens prop Matt Stevens admits he was shocked to be called up to the British and Irish Lions squad and believes his surprise selection is a testament to the trust placed in him by Saracens this season. Stevens was Warren Gatland’s most unexpected

  • Police offer £20,000 for information on death of Edgware man

    Police are offering a reward of up to £20,000 for information about the killing of an Edgware man, two years after he was stabbed to death.  Adeniyi Lateef Shode of Whitchurch Avenue was found collapsed at the junction of Rowdell Road, Ealing Road

  • One Barnet campaigner handed more taxpayer funding

    A campaigner fighting Barnet Council’s multi-million pound outsourcing scheme has been granted more taxpayer funding to continue her legal battle. Maria Nash, 68, launched a High Court judicial review into the local authority’s One Barnet scheme

  • Project needs to continue despite relegation

    Edgar Davids believes it is important Barnet continue to integrate players from the club's Academy into the Bees first team despite their relegation from the Football League.  When he joined the club Davids stated that he wanted to help the younger

  • Divine has to settle for second spot

    Finchley Racing Team’s Vince Divine admitted he was disappointed to finish in second place at the Paul Simon Homes LVRC Road Race. The club were well represented at the event and Finchley showed their intentions early into the race by putting Divine

  • London's first United Reformed Church celebrates 50 years

    London’s first United Reformed church celebrated its 50th anniversary this weekend with music, food and song. St John’s Church in Somerset Road held three days of celebrations to commemorate half a century since Congregational and Presbyterian

  • Edgware man wins appeal against 'unreasonable' parking fine

    An Edgware man hit by an “unreasonable” parking fine when he parked in a doctor's parking bay has won his appeal - because the bay had the wrong signs. Gary Owen of Golders Close was fined £110 by Barnet Borough Council for parking in a doctor’

  • 'Mysterious' bunker discovered in school playing field

    Archaeologists have uncovered a 'mysterious' bunker at a primary school in East Finchley. Hendon and District Archaeological Society (HADAS) was invited to Martin Primary in Plane Tree Walk to carry out excavation work with pupils in the school