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Two 14 year old teenagers have been arrested for Potters Bar stabbing last week.

Both teenagers – who were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) in connection with the stabbing – are also 14.

The incident occurred at around 9pm on Tuesday, June 11, when the 14-year-old victim and a friend …

Woman sentenced after stealing more than £13,000 from her father

  • Woman given 20 month suspended sentence for stealing from father’s bank account.

  • Lynne Sims, 56, stole £13,786 from her elderly father.

  • 20 month sentence suspended for two years and she will do 100 unpaid work.

A woman who stole £13,786 …

Islington and Camden share £667,000 grant to make parks focus of health drive

Islington and Camden councils have won a £667,000 grant to make their parks and green spaces focal points for improving people’s health and closing the gap between rich and poor.

Over the next two years the councils will work hand-in-hand …

Male motorcyclist dies in Holloway road collision

Paramedics were called to reports at 8.35am to reports of a road traffic collision near the junction with Hargrave Road.

A London Ambulance Service (LAS) spokesperson said: “”We sent an incident response officer, an advanced paramedic, a medic in a …

Cancer awareness campaign to launch in Enfield

A campaign aiming to help Enfield residents cut their risk of developing cancer will be launched with a public event on 1 July.

The launch at Enfield Market Square from noon to 2pm will see healthcare professionals giving residents

London fish and chip shop fire

Three fire engines and around 20 firefighters were called to a fire at a restaurant on Wandsworth High Street in Wandsworth.

Part of the ground floor was damaged by fire. There were no diners at the time of the incident. …

Customers in Cyprus and Greece pay the highest prices in Europe for milk, cheese and eggs

Customers in Cyprus and Greece pay the highest prices in Europe for “milk, cheese and eggs”, according to data released today by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.

According to Eurostat in Cyprus the prices for “food and …

Stelios Foundation announces financial aid to the relatives of the victims of Cyprus’ first serial killer

Stelios Philanthropic Foundation announced Thursday, the grant of financial aid of €70,000 to the nearest relatives of the 7 victims in Cyprus of the island’s first serial killer.

In particular, a lump-sum of €10.000 will be granted by a bank …

Turkey Defies EU by Sending Second Ship to Drill Off Cyprus

The Turkish government sent a second energy exploration vessel to contested waters off Cyprus, defying European Union threats of retaliation.

The 230-meter (755-foot) long Yavuz, which is able to drill 12,200 meters deep, will begin operations in early July, Melih …

Enfield Council lauded for anti-counterfeiting project

Dedicated officers in Enfield Council’s Trading Standards team have been highly commended for their work in stopping fake jewellery being sold in the borough.

The team were recognised in the Departmental Excellence in Anti-Counterfeiting Enforcement category at the Anti-Counterfeiting Group