Stirling Corner: a review of the ten-year campaign

This Is Local London: Signals at Stirling Corner

12:12pm Thursday 30th May 2013

The decision to trial full-time traffic lights at a “suicide” junction has been hailed a watershed moment in a campaign that has spanned more than a decade.

Making a life in another country

This Is Local London: Rosy Moorhead talks to journalist and genealogist Melody Amsel-Arieli about her book Jewish Lives

9:00am Sunday 26th May 2013

Who among us has not had a peddler, pawnbroker, grocer, or tailor in the family? Who among us does not boast ancestors who forged new lives in faraway lands?” says journalist and genealogist Melody Amsel-Arieli.

New mayor Cllr Morris: 'It is a wonderful opportunity'

This Is Local London: Cllr Pat Strack handing mayoral chains to Cllr Morris

9:00pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013

Councillor Paul Morris has been elected as Hertsmere’s new mayor.

Teenagers spend day in life of prisoner

This Is Local London: They came face-to-face with Tony, a convict who has been given a life sentence for murder

1:07pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013

Teenagers got a taste of life behind bars as part of a hard-hitting project to deter young people from crime.

Thieves try to rip out cashpoint from supermarket

This Is Local London: Thieves try to rip out cashpoint from supermarket

12:12pm Wednesday 15th May 2013

Daring thieves tried to make off with a cash point by using a digger to rip it from a wall.

Election round up across Hertsmere

This Is Local London: Labour's Leon Reefe

2:08pm Friday 3rd May 2013

Conservatives were celebrating last night after taking six of the seven county council seats in Hertsmere.

Meet hearing experts at Edgware Community Hospital for Deaf Awareness Week

12:41pm Friday 3rd May 2013

Edgware residents are invited to meet hearing experts to mark deaf awareness week next week.

Barnet bring in Hammers keeper

1:30pm Thursday 14th June 2012

Barnet have made their first signing under new head coach Mark Robson with the arrival of West Ham United goalkeeper Sam Cowler.

Fixtures to be announced on June 18

11:30am Tuesday 27th March 2012

Football League fixtures for next season will be announced on Monday, June 18.

Hammers track Barnet and Reading defender

5:15pm Tuesday 7th February 2012

West Ham United are reportedly interested in Reading defender Michael Hector.

Saracens submit revised £18m planning application for Copthall

This Is Local London: Sarries chief executive Edward Griffiths

5:56pm Monday 5th September 2011

Saracens have submitted a revised planning application for Copthall which will involve investing £18m into reviving the stadium.

Barnet begin with Morecambe trip

10:48am Friday 17th June 2011

Barnet begin their League Two season under new manager Lawrie Sanchez with a trip to Morecambe on Saturday, August 6.

Barnet drawn against Pompey in Carling Cup

10:16am Thursday 16th June 2011

Barnet have been handed a trip to Portsmouth in the first round of the Carling Cup.

Barnet boss not planning to replace Joe Devera

9:10am Thursday 16th June 2011

Barnet manager Lawrie Sanchez does not feel he needs to bring in a replacement for Joe Devera.

Setback for Barnet as Devera moves on

2:43pm Monday 13th June 2011

Barnet's player of the season Joe Devera has rejected a new contract offer and agreed a move to Swindon Town.

Barnet midfielder agrees new deal

6:09pm Wednesday 25th May 2011

Barnet midfielder Mark Hughes has agreed a new one-year contract to stay at the club.

Barnet manager Lawrie Sanchez hoping to achieve extraordinary success

This Is Local London: Lawrie Sanchez is back in management with Barnet

3:30pm Wednesday 25th May 2011

Lawrie Sanchez believes he can achieve extraordinary success with Barnet after taking charge of the League Two club.

Barnet complete signing of Sam Deering

12:44pm Monday 23rd May 2011

Barnet have made their first summer signing after agreeing a deal with midfielder Sam Deering.

Cockfosters pupil wins national PE kit designing contest

4:24pm Wednesday 14th July 2010

A COCKFOSTERS pupil has won a national competition to design the ideal school PE kit.

Full Northern Line closures scrapped by Boris Johnson

This Is Local London: London Mayor Boris Johnson has allowed legal moves to oust protestors in Parliament Square

10:55am Wednesday 9th June 2010

A REVISED closure programme for Northern Line upgrade works has been agreed which will reduce disruption for passengers in Barnet.

Greens claim they will bring new thinking to council politics

This Is Local London: Barnet Greens claim they will bring new thinking to Barnet Council politics at North Finchley campaign launch

3:57pm Wednesday 14th April 2010

THE Green Party announced they will bring “fresh energy” to politics in the borough during their election launch in North Finchley at the weekend.

Thefts prompt security review at petrol station

This Is Local London: Thefts prompt security review at petrol station

8:50am Wednesday 31st March 2010

PETROL station bosses have reviewed security at one of their sites in Potters Bar after a series of thefts over the past few months.

Society's members host flower show

3:10pm Tuesday 30th March 2010

SPRING had definitely sprung at the weekend as a flower show in Potters Bar displayed the best of the season's blooms.

Fashion show raises £10k for cancer charity

This Is Local London: Fashion show at iBar in Whetstone raises £10k for Cancer Research UK

5:01pm Monday 29th March 2010

MODELS took to the catwalk for a charity fundraising fashion show in a Whetstone music bar last week.

No evidence of need for Gypsy sites, claims council

This Is Local London: Mayor of London Boris Johnson has stepped down as chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA)

12:40pm Thursday 25th March 2010

COUNCIL bosses claim there is no evidence to support the need for Traveller pitches in the borough despite being told by the Mayor of London they may have to find space for 16.

Green zone launched by environmental enthusiasts

This Is Local London: Green zone launched by environmental enthusiasts in Barnet

7:10am Thursday 25th March 2010

ENTERPRISING environmentalists launch an organisation to help Barnet residents tackle climate change.

Teenager jailed after leading gang on quiet estate

This Is Local London: Phillip Jo-Friel and his gang plagued the Co-Op in Mays Lane

5:20pm Wednesday 17th March 2010

THE teenage ringleader of a gang which terrorised traders on the Dollis Valley Estate has been jailed.

Gas crisis findings unveiled tomorrow

This Is Local London: Heaters and cookers delivered to East Barnet gas control centre

1:10pm Wednesday 17th March 2010

THE findings of a special committee set up to look into the East Barnet gas crisis will be made public tomorrow.

Theresa Villiers wades into BA strike row

This Is Local London: Theresa Villiers outlined plans for rail supervisory board

11:49am Wednesday 17th March 2010

CHIPPING Barnet MP Theresa Villiers has stepped into the row over planned strikes by British Airways cabin crew.

Student entrepreneurs take their products to the market

8:40am Saturday 13th March 2010

YOUNG entrepreneurs from schools across north and west London will be putting their business skills to the test by attempting to sell products at Brent Cross today.

CCTV five sought in connection with supermarket thefts

This Is Local London: CCTV five sought in connection with supermarket thefts

5:09pm Friday 12th March 2010

POLICE in Potters Bar have released pictures of two people they want to speak to in connection with two cases of theft.

Marathon man completes first of one of triple challenge

This Is Local London: Marcus Fearon

3:10pm Thursday 11th March 2010

A POTTERS Bar man taking on the challenge of running three marathons this year to raise cash for a cancer charity completed his first one on Sunday.

Twenty candidates already lined up for new residents' party

This Is Local London: The RAB founders Morton Morris, Dorothy Badrick and Gina Emmanuel

4:00pm Thursday 4th March 2010

A NEW political group formed to help independent candidates get elected to Barnet Council has 20 potential candidates lined up already.

Scrutiny meeting tonight to look at East Barnet gas crisis

This Is Local London: Wide-spread privatisation has been ruled out as a way of improving Barnet Council's services

9:10am Thursday 4th March 2010

AGGRIEVED homeowners in East Barnet whose gas supply was disrupted over Christmas will have a further chance to air their frustrations to a select panel of councillors.

Embattled teacher breaks silence over bonus claims

This Is Local London: Dr Richard Evans, deputy head of finance, is one of three senior management suspended this morning.

12:20pm Wednesday 3rd March 2010

A BARNET teacher embroiled in a scandal over bonuses at a Wembley school says he has been gagged.

Charity runner gearing up for triple marathon challenge

7:30am Wednesday 3rd March 2010

A POTTERS Bar man is aiming to run three marathons this year in a bid to raise cash for a cancer charity, starting in Barcelona on Sunday.

Hollywood stars to appear at East Finchley cinema tonight

This Is Local London: Flying the Disney nest: Zac Efron.

12:05pm Thursday 19th November 2009

A LIVE satellite interview will be held tonight with leading Hollywood actors and an audience in East Finchley.

Swine flu vaccinations begin for key health workers

This Is Local London: Swine flu vaccinations begin for key health workers

3:20pm Wednesday 18th November 2009

KEY health staff are being vaccinated against the swine flu virus as doctors warn infection rates could get “substantially” worse.

Borough's GPs to receive first swine flu vaccines this week

This Is Local London: EXPERTS are warning people to to mistake meningitis for swine flu.

2:10pm Wednesday 28th October 2009

THE first batch of swine flu vaccines are being sent out to Barnet GPs this week.

Thieves target chip and pin machine at station

This Is Local London: Police appeal for information after rail station theft

4:02pm Thursday 22nd October 2009

TRANSPORT police have released images of two people they want to question in relation to the theft of a chip and pin machine from a train station office.

Youngsters take song writing course to combat gang violence

12:25pm Monday 19th October 2009

A NEW programme to tackle gang violence between Enfield and Haringey kicks off this week.

Competition hots up for good deed day help

9:20am Thursday 15th October 2009

ENTRIES have started coming in for the Times-Series' good deed day competition.

Figures show 119 serious or fatal motorbike accidents on borough's roads

This Is Local London: Second look: the new campaign has been launched by Transport for London

1:57pm Wednesday 14th October 2009

A NEW campaign is urging drivers to watch out for motorcyclists in a bid to cut road deaths.

Ditched Tory councillor made extended trip for 'family reasons'

1:50pm Wednesday 14th October 2009

THE Tory councillor for Golders Green who lost his whip last week for claiming £800-a-month of allowances while living in Australia says he made the trip for "personal family reasons".

Perham to be honoured at Potters Bar ceremony

This Is Local London: Mike Perham celebrates his round the world record as he arrives in Portsmouth

10:59am Tuesday 13th October 2009

THE teenager from Potters Bar who this year became the youngest person to sail unassisted around the world will be honoured at a special reception in his home town.

Barnet College wins £80,000 adult teaching grant

This Is Local London: Barnet College wins £80,000 adult teaching grant

7:00am Tuesday 13th October 2009

BARNET College has been given £80,000 by the Government to help encourage adult learning in the community.

Barnet rapist convicted 20 years after attacks

This Is Local London: Stephen Johnstone

5:36pm Monday 12th October 2009

A RAPIST who beat a Barnet woman unconscious before raping her after breaking into her home has been jailed 20 years after committing the crime.

Free poetry masterclasses held by Barnet Council

11:52am Friday 9th October 2009

RESIDENTS are invited to step back in time and discover the borough's rich history at free poetry and creative writing workshops run by Barnet Council.

Golders Green councillor loses Tory whip

6:05pm Thursday 8th October 2009

A TORY councillor for Golders Green has been dropped by his party after claiming his full council allowance while on an extended holiday abroad.

Celebrity support for good deed day

This Is Local London: Peep Show's Mark Corrigan (David Mitchell)

3:56pm Wednesday 7th October 2009

CELEBRITIES have pledged their support to a good deed day which is set to be held next month.

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