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Virgin Media forced to pay £6,000 for endangering public safety

Enfield Independent: Virgin Media

10:10am Friday 4th July 2014

Virgin Media has been ordered to pay more than £6,000 after being found guilty of endangering the public while repairing broadband cables.

Primary school students have a taste of 'The Good Life'

Enfield Independent: PLANT NOW: Winter squashes like butternuts and pumpkins will be ready in the autumn and will store, if kept properly, well into the new year.

5:00pm Friday 4th July 2014

Children from ten primary schools learned to ‘go green’ as part of a new food growing initiative.

Scouting group celebrates 100 years

Enfield Independent:

5:20am Friday 4th July 2014

Beavers, cubs and scouts are looking forward to celebrating a landmark year.

D-Day veteran had 'surprise of his life' when he met the Queen

Enfield Independent:

6:00am Saturday 5th July 2014

An 89-year-old D-Day veteran received the surprise of his life when he was invited to meet the Queen.

Schoolgirls prepare for 'life-changing' trip to Malaysia

Enfield Independent:

9:10am Thursday 3rd July 2014

Schoolgirls will have the opportunity to travel, trek and volunteer on a "life-changing" trip to Malaysia.

Shock after 'freak' accident

Enfield Independent:

12:16pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

Pedestrians have been left shaken after a woman was injured in a “freak” crash when a car crashed into a road sign, which collapsed on top of her.

Online shopping pick-up lockers launched

Enfield Independent: Tube staff to begin strike vote

5:20am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

Commuters can now pick up their packages on their Tube journey home.

Steady stream of voters at Colindale polls

Enfield Independent: The polling station

2:16pm Thursday 26th June 2014

Voters turned out for the delayed Colindale election in a steady stream this morning.

Pubs stay positive despite England's bitter defeat in World Cup

1:10pm Thursday 26th June 2014

England’s miserable defeat in the World Cup has not put pub owners off from getting into the spirit of the tournament.

Teachers protest over plans to cut staff

Enfield Independent: Staff strike outside Barnet and Southgate College in Wood Street

4:11pm Tuesday 24th June 2014

Teachers, students and support staff gathered outside a college to protest against plans to sack staff.

'Gruelling' football tournament raises £3,000 to help save club

Enfield Independent: 'Gruelling' football tournament raises £3,000 to help save club

1:26pm Thursday 19th June 2014

Footballers played non-stop for 12 hours in a “gruelling effort” to raise money for their beloved club.

Man guilty of glass attack during row over flowers

Enfield Independent: The man appeared at Wood Green Crown Court on Friday

12:51pm Thursday 19th June 2014

A man who glassed a pub drinker in the face during a row over flower baskets has been found guilty of malicious wounding at Wood Green Crown Court.

Concerns over bus route safety after child knocked off bike

Enfield Independent: Picture from Google street view

2:55pm Wednesday 18th June 2014

Neighbours have raised concerns over the safety of a bus route after an eight-year-old boy was knocked down on his bike.

Pupils raise £2,000 for charity with cycle ride

Enfield Independent: They raised £2,000

8:30am Sunday 15th June 2014

Pedal power helped four Mill Hill schoolboys raise nearly £2,000 for charity.

Children 'ecstatic' at FA Cup visit

Enfield Independent: Tottenham's borough commander Victor Olisa holds the cup surrounded by schoolchildren who took part in the football tournament

5:18pm Thursday 12th June 2014

The FA Cup arrived in Tottenham as part of a football event put on by primary schools in the area to mark the start of the World Cup.

Man 'glassed' fellow drinker in pub row over hanging baskets

Enfield Independent: The man appeared at Wood Green Crown Court on Friday

11:39am Thursday 12th June 2014

A man suffered serious cuts when he was glassed in the face during a pub row over hanging baskets, a court has heard.

Blitz air raid shelter tragedy to be commemorated

Enfield Independent: Joan Curtis and Dave Morris from the Friends of Lordship Recreation Ground are close to reaching their fundraising total

4:00pm Tuesday 10th June 2014

Tottenham’s largest single loss of life in the Second World War is set to finally be commemorated with a permanent memorial at the site of the tragedy.

Enfield schools come out top in sports contest

3:30pm Wednesday 28th May 2014

Schools in Enfield have been recognised for being as good as gold in a sporting competition.

Cheers to cheerleading from our American intern

Enfield Independent: Cheers to cheerleading from our American intern

3:30pm Wednesday 28th May 2014

Barnet Borough Council has signed up to the Give it a Go scheme to encourage more people to take up sport. Reporters Megan Jula, Anna Slater and Natalie O’Neill traveled to East Barnet School in Chestnut Grove to join in with a Lemon Jelly Arts cheerleading class. Here’s how it went...

Count build-up begins as election draws to a close

Enfield Independent: Alexandra Park and Palace

8:19pm Thursday 22nd May 2014

Haringey voters have been making their way to the polls as the European and local elections of 2014 draw to a close.

New charity shop to fund restoration of listed building

5:30am Friday 23rd May 2014

Shoppers can grab a bargain at the same time as helping support a historic cause at a new charity shop.

Voting 'non-stop' at polling stations

3:38pm Thursday 22nd May 2014

East Finchley residents poured into a polling station to exercise their right to vote.

Congregation secures future of church spire

Enfield Independent: Reverend Gregory Platten holding a chunk of cement that's come loose from the church's spire

7:20am Saturday 24th May 2014

The future of a century-old church spire has been secured thanks to the generosity of a Friern Barnet congregation.

School celebrates new classrooms with balloon ceremony

Enfield Independent: Children hold their balloons outside Welbourne Primary

11:30am Thursday 22nd May 2014

The sky turned red yesterday as children at a Tottenham primary school released more than 500 ruby colored balloons.

Cycle against poverty

Enfield Independent: Imogen Walls with another cyclist during the ride

6:00am Saturday 24th May 2014

Cyclists put their feet to the pedals to help combat the effect of climate change.

Tennis club nets investment

Enfield Independent: Coach Neil Bamford with Peter Wilson and Oliver, eight, and Isabella, ten

9:10am Thursday 22nd May 2014

A sports club in Enfield has invested £500,000 to improve and expand its tennis facilities.

Vote for Sainsbury's new charity partner

4:00pm Wednesday 21st May 2014

Shoppers can help a supermarket decide which charity to help raise money for over the next year.

Woman struck by vehicle

12:48pm Tuesday 20th May 2014

A woman was hit by a vehicle in Whetstone this morning.

Have your say on police wearing cameras on the beat

Enfield Independent: Surbiton police office slated for closure

12:10pm Sunday 18th May 2014

Barnet is one of ten boroughs that will take part in a trial which will see officers attach cameras to their uniforms. The Times Series took to the streets to gauge the community response.

Lorry drivers lauded during appreciation week

Enfield Independent: Sally Traffic poses for a picture with a lorry driver in South Mimms.

7:20am Sunday 18th May 2014

Barnet’s lorry drivers were celebrated during National Truckers Appreciation Week.

Bingo club celebrates after duty reduced

Enfield Independent: Bingo club celebrates after duty reduced

7:20am Saturday 17th May 2014

Customers shouted “BINGO” after their club held a day of free games held to celebrate a cut in taxes for the game.

Student's future looks squeaky clean

Enfield Independent: Student's future looks squeaky clean

9:10am Friday 16th May 2014

Sam Collins may have the most relaxing job in the country.

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