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    Tell our Leader what you think

    The Leader of Barnet Council would like residents to offer their views at one of three Engage Barnet events being held in September.

    Last updated: 17 August, 2018

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    Blue badge cheats brought to justice

    Council counter-fraud investigators have brought more than 30 disabled parking badge cheats before the courts during the last three months.

    Last updated: 10 August, 2018

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    We want your feedback

    Residents are being asked to give their views on future priorities in Barnet over the next five years.

    Last updated: 26 July, 2018

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    Get ready for a mischievous summer!

    This Saturday sees the start of a fantastic summer of reading related fun taking place in Barnet libraries with the ‘Mischief Makers’, Summer Reading Challenge 2018.

    Last updated: 13 July, 2018

    Libraries

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    Discover the new Pressreader app

    Residents can now access thousands of newspapers and magazines from around the world for free at the touch of a button using just their library card.

    Last updated: 11 July, 2018

    Libraries

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    Handley Page crash airmen honoured

    A memorial stone has been unveiled to honour five airmen killed when their First World War RAF Handley Page bomber crashed in a Golders Green street in June 1918.

    Last updated: 15 June, 2018

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    Annual Council

    Barnet Council has held its first Annual Council since local elections took place earlier this month.

    Last updated: 23 May, 2018

    Council and democracy

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    Cityread 2018

    This month sees the return of the annual London-wide celebration of literature – Cityread.

    Last updated: 15 May, 2018

    Libraries

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    Jail for builder who ignored enforcement action

    A builder who blighted his street by storing debris and construction materials outside his home, has been jailed for failing to clear the land.

    Last updated: 19 April, 2018

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Entrepreneurial Barnet Competition

    Mill Hill resident, Marie Farmer has won the Entrepreneurial Barnet Competition. She received the prestigious award for creating a Mini Mealtimes phone app that helps mothers provide their children with nutritional meals.

    Last updated: 10 April, 2018

    Business

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