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    Clampdown on Blue badge cheats

    Barnet counter-fraud officers seized disabled parking badges, including stolen permits during a day-long crack down and have carried out a series of prosecutions against blue badge cheats in the last three months.

    Last updated: 21 September, 2017

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    Burnt Oak Looking Forward

    Two years on from the start of the Burnt Oak Town Centre project, the transformation of the town is now starting to take shape.

    Last updated: 11 September, 2017

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    Question time with the leader

    The Leader of Barnet Council, Councillor Richard Cornelius, will be hosting a series of ’Question Time’ events across the borough to speak to residents and get their views on what matters in Barnet.

    Last updated: 5 September, 2017

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    Pupils celebrate GCSE exam success

    Provisional results from 14 of the borough’s 22 state maintained mainstream schools predict that pupils in Barnet are set to once again perform better than the national average.

    Last updated: 24 August, 2017

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    Pupils celebrate A-level exam success

    Provisional A-level results from 17 of the 20 Barnet schools with a sixth form show that students across the borough are once again set to be celebrating exam success.

    Last updated: 17 August, 2017

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    Column from the Leader - Mutual aid

    The tragic events we recently witnessed with the Grenfell Tower fire have made councils up and down the country take an urgent look at their housing stock.

    Last updated: 15 August, 2017

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    Council’s £1.5million commitment to street repairs

    As part of the Taking Care of Our Neighbourhoods campaign, which sees a number of initiatives being implemented throughout the community, an outlay of £1.5million has been set aside by Barnet Council to repair potholes and damaged road surface across the borough.

    Last updated: 4 August, 2017

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    New sexual health services

    A range of new services aimed at improving sexual health has been launched in Barnet.

    Last updated: 7 July, 2017

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    Public to be consulted on Brent Cross regeneration plans

    Work on the most significant growth and regeneration development in Barnet, the Brent Cross Cricklewood area, is moving forward with the public invited in July to look at the first concept designs for the new station and the first homes to be built

    Last updated: 5 July, 2017

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    Armed Forces Day 2017

    Barnet is set to pay tribute to the military with a parade and flag raising ceremony to mark Armed Forces Day.

    Last updated: 21 June, 2017

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