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Are British Jews living in new ghettos?
Thousands of strictly Orthodox men attended a conference on banning the internet at Leyton Orient's football stadium in 2012 A report by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research says the community is "heading in the direction of insularity", which is jeopardising integration.
Wed Dec 18, 2013
'Mad' bin dispute costs A 15,000
A "mad" disagreement over where a wheelie bin should be positioned has cost a man from Edgware in north-west London A 15,000.
Great Train Robber Biggs is dead
Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs, who won worldwide notoriety after escaping and living the high life in Rio de Janeiro, has died, sources said.
The Daily Record
Ronnie Biggs dead: Great Train Robber dies 50 years on from crime which shocked the nation
TWO men and two women were arrested at the pub which has lain empty since the final bodies were removed from the rubble.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Trains to King's Lynn severely disrupted
First Capital Connect is advising passengers on the Great Northern route to travel home early and seek alternative transport as severe disruption continues to affect its services between London King's Cross and Lynn.
Householders hope a new community centre will be the "envy of the area" when it is built next year.
The new centre will be built on the Stonegrove Estate, in Edgware, and will include a cafe, a children's centre, a nursery and activity spaces.
Royston commuters hit by train delays
Train delays have been caused by signalling problems today , with no trains currently running on a section of the line to London.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Saatchi testimony 'career suicide'
A woman who worked for Charles Saatchi has said she was "committing career suicide" by giving evidence in support of two PAs accused of defrauding him and his former wife Nigella Lawson.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Romanians warned over UK move
At the end of December, temporary work restrictions on Romanians and Bulgarians who come to the UK are being lifted, allowing them the same benefits and NHS care as other EU citizens.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Green Mother Christmas to head cycle rally
A green Mother Christmas will be giving out tips for a more eco-friendly New Year at a cycle parade on Sunday.
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Why Camden Council says no to free Christmas parking: 'There's no benefit to traders'
Free or half-price parking during the festive season does not benefit residents or traders as most shoppers use public transport to get to their nearest town centre, Camden Council claims.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Broadwalk Centre's Community Fund- who wins 500, you decide?
There are only four days left for you to decide who will be awarded The Broadwalk Centre's A 500 donation as part of the centre's Community Fund.
Proms at St Jude's donates 50,000 to charity
Money raised at the Proms at St Jude's festival in Hampstead Garden Suburb was presented to North London Hospice and Toynbee Hall charities yesterday.
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Mon Dec 09, 2013
Things To Do In London This Weekend: 14-15 December 2013
FAIRYTALES : The Crick Crack Club's Festival of Fairy Tales for Grown Ups fills five storeys of Bargehouse behind the Oxo Tower from Wednesday to Sunday.
Enfield council will take legal action over Chase Farm hospital's accident and emergency ward
Chase Farm Hospital's accident and emergency ward will close today, marking the end of a decade-long battle to keep it open.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Man killed by Finsbury Park train asked for help just two days earlier
But despite referring Mr Quigley, 53, for assessment on August 9 - which found he should be admitted - he was never taken to St Ann's Hospital, Tottenham, due to a lack of beds.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Broadwalk Centre's Community Fund - who wins, you decide?
Last month we announced that nominations were open once again for The Broadwalk Centre's Community Fund, which offers local charities, organisations and projects the chance of winning A 500 to spend on anything they would like that will help them to enhance their service.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Reports of domestic violence in Bexley rise by 14 per cent over a year
The data has revealed an increase of six per cent across London in general but in certain boroughs there is a particularly alarming rise.
Mental health trust appoints new medical director
Dr Jonathan Bindman will begin his new role as the most senior doctor at the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust, today.