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Duo of international pickpockets jailed after being spotted by plain-clothed officers – London

A duo of pickpocketing women, who targeted Londoners and tourists, including a woman with a pram, have been jailed after they were stung by undercover officers.

Totka Dimitrova (48) of Haslebury Road, Edmonton, and Sofiya Ivanova (23) of Pentland Close, …

A new chapter for Southgate Library

Southgate Library is returning to is original home, in a move that will offer Enfield Council the flexibility to host a variety of activities and events to meet local demand.
This will mean the library can be a real hub …

Can You Believe It? The Most Unusual Insurance Claims Of All Time

You mightn’t expect insurance would be a terribly interesting business but in fact the opposite is true, particularly when it comes to some if the outrageous claims made over the years!

From the weird to the wonderful and everything in …

How Tenancy Deposit Scheme is helping to reduce deposit disputes

David Astburys Expert View: How TDS is helping to reduce deposit disputes

Tenancy Deposit Scheme

The overwhelming majority of tenancies end amicably, but sometimes disputes do happen. In this week’s DA Expert View, George Sifonios explains how TDS is working …

Healthwatch Enfield asks Enfield Clinical Commissioning Group to keep the Urgent Care Centre at Chase Farm open until 10pm

Enfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have recently proposed changing the closing time of the Chase Farm Hospital Urgent Care Centre from 10pm to 9pm. This is because ‘the busiest hours at the UCC are 8am -12 noon. The last

Film Reviews

FILM OF THE WEEK

ONCE UPON A TIME…IN HOLLYWOOD

You know you are in the hands of a master from the very first scene in Quentin Tarantino’s eagerly awaited new film. The time is 1969 and the place Los Angeles …

Theatre Review

A purdy fine show

Chickens cluck happily, Aunt Eller (Josie Lawrence) buffs her rifle and cowpoke Curly (Hyoie O’Grady) pulls open the barn doors onto Robert Jones’s set, a picture of Deep South farm folk. Windmills spin languidly, an abundance …

Thirty new cultural heritage projects in the pipeline in Cyprus

Thirty new conservation projects of Cyprus’ cultural heritage, throughout the island, are in the pipeline, with Takis Hadjidemetriou, the Greek Cypriot Head of the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage, saying that the bicommunal team is moving ahead with its programming …

Cyprus President Anastasiades expresses regret for being targeted through libellous articles 

President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has expressed regret for being targeted once again through libellous articles that do not correspond to reality.

In statements on Saturday, Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said the President of the Republic expresses his regret …

Can you help us find missing Emilia, last seen in Camden?

We are appealing for the public’s help in finding a woman missing from Nottinghamshire.

Emilia Okoalie, 57, was last seen in Camden on 9 August and officers are growing concerned for her welfare.

Emilia is described as black, around …