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    Contractor fined after damage to protected trees

    A utility company contractor whose workers severed the roots of four protected trees has been fined £3,000 by magistrates.

    Last updated: 19 December, 2016

    Planning, conservation and building control

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    Views sought on proposed Youth Zone

    OnSide Youth Zones will host a public consultation event at Burnt Oak Library on Thursday 15th December where local residents can find more information on proposals for Barnet Youth Zone - Unitas.

    Last updated: 13 December, 2016

    Children, young people and families

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    Barnet gets tough on flytipping over winter

    Barnet Council is toughening its stance on litter louts by imposing £400 fines for anyone caught flytipping.

    Last updated: 28 November, 2016

    Rubbish, waste and recycling

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    New primary officially opens its doors

    Barnet’s newest primary school has been officially opened at the London Academy in Edgware.

    Last updated: 11 November, 2016

    Schools and education

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    Welfare Reform Task Force offers support

    Families affected by the latest welfare reform changes are being encouraged to get in touch with Barnet’s Welfare Reform Task Force.

    Last updated: 11 November, 2016

    Council tax and benefits

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    Mind of My Own smart phone app

    Children and young people in contact with the council’s social care team can now voice their views to social workers using an innovative smart phone app.

    Last updated: 24 October, 2016

    Children, young people and families

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