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    Saracens Rugby Football Club awarded highest honour

    A Hendon-based sporting organisation has been recognised this week, receiving the most honourable award attainable from the London Borough of Barnet Council.

    Last updated: 15 December, 2017

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    Residents’ views invited on 2018/19 budget

    Barnet Council is seeking residents’ views on its budget and savings proposals as part of the 2018/19 budget consultation.

    Last updated: 6 December, 2017

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    Council contract on track to deliver nearly £40million of financial benefits

    A year-four review of Barnet Council’s joint venture with Capita: Regional Enterprise Ltd (Re) has confirmed that the partnership is on course to deliver nearly £40million of financial benefit to the taxpayer over its 10-year term, through savings and income.

    Last updated: 29 November, 2017

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    International Fraud Awareness Week

    Council counter-fraud officers will be out taking part in a week of action as part of International Fraud Awareness week (12-18 November).

    Last updated: 9 November, 2017

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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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    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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    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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