• Allen: Akinde and MacDonald have been superb

    Barnet head coach Martin Allen paid tribute to John Akinde and Charlie MacDonald after the strike duo scored the goals to sink Bristol Rovers 2-0 at The Hive. Akinde, signed from Alfreton Town in the summer, opened his Bees’ account with a well-taken

  • Barnet v Bristol Rovers - team news

    Martin Allen has named an unchanged Barnet side for this evening's visit from Conference newcomers Bristol Rovers. The Bees name exactly the same matchday 16 from Saturday's 5-0 thrashing of Chester at the Swansway Chester Stadium, with new signing

  • Tributes paid to 'warm and unique' former mayor

    Tributes have been paid to an “energetic and tremendous” former mayor after his death. Don Goodman, who was Mayor of Barnet in 1988 and 1989, died on August 7. The former councillor represented the Brunswick Park ward from 1982 until 1998.

  • Parents encouraged to sign petition for new free school

    More than 100 people have signed a petition to support a new church-run primary school intended to “inspire the adults of tomorrow”. St John the Baptist, in Wood Street, Chipping Barnet, is asking parents to back plans for the new Church of England

  • Barnet snap up Mekki on a short-term deal

    Barnet have added further depth to their midfield with the signing of former Aldershot and Reading winger Adam Mekki on a short-term contract. Mekki, 22, arrives after leaving the Shots at the end of last season following five years with the club

  • Eighty-year-old's bag stolen from back seat of car

    An 80-year-old woman’s purse was stolen from the back seat of her car after she was stopped and asked for directions. The woman had parked her car on a driveway in The Walk, Potters Bar, at 3pm on Monday, August 4, when a man standing nearby and

  • Take part in senior citizens club

    People can have a cup of tea and a natter at a senior citizens group. Osidge Library, in Osidge Lane, Southgate, holds weekly sessions every Tuesday. Sessions run from 1.30pm to 3.30pm and are free. For more dates, click here.

  • Fun day to celebrate park anniversary

      A community group that helped transform a park into a hive of activity is celebrating its first anniversary. People are invited to an open day at Childs Hill Park, on Sunday, August 17, from 11am to 3pm. The Friends of Childs Hill Park helped