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Arts festival returns for second year

Elderly trying out new exercises at the launch of Silverfit

Charity launches exercise class to keep elderly fighting fit

The flag outside Enfield council’s civic centre, in Silver Street, Enfield, will sit at half-mast following the deaths on the African coast where it is believed more than 20 brits have lost their lives

Flags half-mast after Tunisia tragedy

On Friday, July 3 at the School of Oriental & African Studies, seven girls will take on budding debaters from across London

Schoolgirls to take on London in debating challenge

In a year Enfield Council's Inclusive Cycling Scheme at Bush Hill Park has become a resounding success with over 2,200 visits from people of all ages and abilities enjoying it.

Cycling scheme celebrates successful first year

Three men charged after Enfield Town scuffle

Three men charged after Enfield Town scuffle

Annette Dreblow, a former Conservative councillor in Chase Ward from 2004-2010 died on Sunday, June 21

Tributes paid to former councillor

The first artist impression of the Green Dragon pub being turned into a Waitrose

Plans to turn historic pub into Waitrose revealed

Following the success of the French market, an Italian market will be coming to Enfield Town

First Italian market to come to Enfield Town

Walkout for 24-hours planned by tube workers for next week

Tube strike to take place next week

Children enjoy “fabulous” facilities at Spurs training ground

Children enjoy “fabulous” facilities at Spurs training ground

Cashing Out: Comedy actor Reg Varney makes the world's first cash withdrawal from an ATM. Credit: Barclays Archive (30515826)

Your cash is still being counted – 48 years since Enfield pioneered world’s first cash machine

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“Great expectations” for promising boxer ready to rumble in professional debut

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Hospital invites everyone to come and have a closer look at how £200 million investment is working

The eyes are the windows to science: Girls get to grips with an iPhone opthalmoscope (30453013)

Schoolgirls use hi-tech hospital equipment to explore the human body

Counting and declarations at the Enfield Count Centre at the Lea Valley Athletics Centre.

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MP calls for ‘two strikes and out’ policy on knife crime

Erbil collared by by the Old Bill: Enfield councillor Nesimi Erbil was convicted of two fraud offences

‘Shameless’ Labour councillor urged to resign by Tories after criminal convictions

Child cheerleaders win national competition on debut

Child cheerleaders win national competition on debut

Missing teen found

Temperatures to hit 30 degrees next week as north London enjoys heatwave

Temperatures to hit 30 degrees next week as north London enjoys heatwave

Appeal to find missing teen

Appeal to find missing teen

Bruno Afonso has won this week's photo of the week

Photo of the week: kissing birds on a ledge

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One Enfield community project to bring people together

Enfield scouts turn up the heat in preparation for global jamboree

Enfield scouts turn up the heat in preparation for global jamboree

Shops along Aldermans Hill and Green Lanes played host to curious potential patrons (30210653)

Palmers Green traders festival brings community together

Library restructuring approved despite opposition

Closure of mobile libraries rubber-stamped

'Stamp it out' - teenagers anti smoking film wins award

'Stamp it out' - teenagers' anti smoking film wins award

Rugby club appeals for volunteers to help spruce up clubhouse

Rugby club appeals for volunteers to help spruce up clubhouse

Rubbish politics dominates as councillors agree joint letter to government on fly tipping

Rubbish politics dominates as councillors agree joint letter to government on fly tipping

Hospital reshuffle to make way for redevelopment works

Hospital reshuffle to make way for redevelopment works

Library closures and fly-tipping on the agenda for Enfield full council

Library closures and fly-tipping on the agenda for Enfield full council

Police called to reports of guns, machetes and metal poles in disturbance

Police called to reports of guns, machetes and metal poles in disturbance

'We have been on edge ever since' - Palmira Silva's family speak of devastation after beheading

'We have been on edge ever since' - Palmira Silva's family speak of devastation after beheading

Policeman came face-to-face with Salvador moments after he beheaded grandmother

Policeman came face-to-face with Salvador moments after he beheaded grandmother

Paranoid scizophrenic not guilty of beheading

Man who beheaded grandmother not guilty of murder by reason of insanity

More than 20,000 children living in poverty, figures reveal

More than 20,000 children living in poverty, figures reveal

The music flashmob in Enfield Town last weekend

Shoppers watch as Enfield stages first musical flashmob

Palmira Silva, 82, was murdered in her own garden in September 2014

Grandmother beheaded 'by schizophrenic with machete who thought she was Hitler back from dead or a demon'

The alleged incident took place in Jubilee Park, close to the gates on Houndsfield Road, on Sunday, June 14 around 8.48pm

Park gate 'never closed' say worried residents

Volunteers and community groups help pick up litter in Montagu Recreation ground

Volunteers help pick litter in new project

Palmira Silva, 82, was murdered in her own garden in September 2014

Man went on '45-minute rampage' leaving great-granmother beheaded

David Burgum, of Enfield Town, is adding the finishing touches to his menu ahead of the semi-finals of the National Chef of the Year competition hosted by Craft Guild of Chefs’

Cooking up a storm - chef makes it to national competition semi

Palmira Silva, 82, was murdered in her own garden in September 2014

Murder trial to start today

The Piccadilly line which passes Bounds Green, Arnos Grove, Southgate, Oakwood and Cockfosters, has been included in the night tube map which set to begin on September 12

Night tube map revealed

A cross-party group, is set to meet shortly to discuss the building, which is currently in the hands of ACUMS, a Malaysian University who bought the site for £30million in 2013 from Middlesex University

Trent Park mansion's future discussed

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Air ambulance called after car overturns

Tony Sheen with Enfield Southgate MP David Burrowes, at Westminster

Churches join biggest environmental lobby in history

Elderly man missing since this morning

Elderly man missing since this morning

The stench caused by alleged sewage seeping through the walls at Palmers Green station

Commuters call for 'digusting' station stench to be cleaned up

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