Every year, The National Open Art Competition (NOA) gathers some of the finest and emerging artists and a host of industry luminaries from all across the art world for an exhibition of creativity, accolades and celebration.
Hertsmere’s MP has expressed his “deep concerns” about the construction of housing on green belt which would put strain on services in the area.
A disabled woman is “living in fear of death” due to the damp conditions of her flat, which she said had been ignored by her housing provider.
A sizeable cannabis plantation was uncovered in Edgware on a police raid.
Alexandra Park, in Muswell Hill, has been voted one of the nation’s top ten parks, after members of the public voted in the Green Flag Award’s People's Choice contest.
A symbolic planting of 150 snowdrops will mark the start of One World Week in Finchley.
Police are appealing for witnesses and information following a burglary in Potters Bar.
Over-running engineering work caused major disruption to rail services on some of the busiest routes in the country on Monday.
There are 278 fast food outlets in the borough of Barnet, according to new figures from Public Health England.
The death of comedy writer Jimmy Perry, who created the hit sitcom Dad's Army, has been described as the end of an era.
A person was taken to hospital after becoming trapped inside their car.
Here is everything you need to know on Monday October 24.