• Saracens make four changes for Bath test

    Chris Wyles, Charlie Hodgson, Neil de Kock and Andy Saull all come into the starting line-up as Saracens look to keep their unbeaten home record intact against Bath tomorrow. Alex Goode is rested at full back while Hodgson comes in at fly-half

  • Capita confirms nationwide job losses

    One Barnet contractor Capita, which is set to take over millions of pounds worth of services from Barnet Council, has confirmed it needs to eliminate 100 posts nationwide. An anonymous source inside Capita Secure Information Solutions (SIS) in

  • Night of song for Nigerian orphan

    A former Edgware post office was filled with music and song to raise money for a Nigerian orphan to have a life-changing operation. The Emmanuel Centre in Station Road played host to Christian music group Face2Face on Saturday for a concert in

  • Disgraced Tory fined after admitting assault

    Suspended Tory councillor Brian Coleman has been fined after entering a last-minute guilty plea to charges he physically assaulted a mother-of-two in the middle of a busy high street. The disgraced politician admitted attacking café owner Helen

  • Harriers come out on top in UK Youth Development League

    The first matches of the newly formed UK Youth Development League were held on Saturday and, despite strong opposition from teams across south England, Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers came out on top. As reigning National Junior League champions Harriers

  • Brian Coleman pleads guilty to common assault

    Suspended Tory councillor Brian Coleman has pleaded guilty to common assault.   The former Mayor of Barnet also faced a charge of driving without reasonable care which was dropped. The charges followed an altercation in North Finchley High

  • Finchley fighters victorious at Junior ABA Championships

    Impressive performances from Finchley ABC boxers at the Junior ABA Championships saw two fighters crowned champions and another reach a final. First up for Finchley was Jason Mcdonnagh, who took on Charlie Gammon. Mcdonnagh pressured his opponent

  • Finchley start season with Championship defeat

    Finchley exited the ECB National Club Championship after they were beaten in the first round by five wickets against Woodford Wells. Finchley won the toss and elected to bat. However, they made a poor start as opener Majed Ali was dismissed for

  • Christine Arnold

    Christine Arnold 6th May 2008 A lovely Wife, Mum and Nanny. You left us 5 years ago and we still miss you lots. Love of love from Buddy, Justine and Joshua xxxx

  • Florence Elsie Stower

    Florence Elsie Stower 25th February 1927 - 3rd May 2009 Always in our hearts, will never be forgotten. Chris, Hazel and all the family xxxxx

  • Norah Fenton

    FENTON, Norah Late of Mill Hill. Passed away 16th April 2013 in Derbyshire. Burial took place Friday 26th April. Sadly missed by daughters, grandchildren, great grandchildren

  • Conservative Peter Knell wins Potters Bar East seat

    Former Hertsmere Mayor Peter Knell has won the Potters Bar East seat in the Hertfordshire County Council elections. Conservative Mr Knell won 1471 of the public vote. Labour candidate John Doolan came second with 463, Peter Bonner of the Liberal

  • Morris Bright wins Potters Bar and Shenley seat

    Hertsmere Borough Council leader Morris Bright has won the seat on Hertfordshire County Council for Potters Bar and Shenley. The incumbent Conservative councillor won 1134 of the public votes, with UKIP coming second with 549 votes, Labour with