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    Urgency Committee report

    Barnet Council has today (Thursday, 22 November) published a report, which proposes that councillors agree a £4.12m payment from Capita to settle historical commercial issues, including delivery of IT improvements in Adult Social Care (MOSAIC) and delays in delivering housing on council land.

    Last updated: 22 November, 2018

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    International Fraud Awareness Week

    Council counter-fraud officers will once again be taking part in a week of action during International Fraud Awareness Week (12-18 November).

    Last updated: 12 November, 2018

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    Servicemen and women to be remembered

    This weekend Barnet will pause to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives in conflict exactly 100 years after the guns fell silent in the First World War.

    Last updated: 6 November, 2018

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    RAF Museum awarded Freedom of the Borough

    Barnet Council has awarded the Freedom of the Borough to the RAF Museum to celebrate its diligent preservation of the proud history of our nation’s 100-year-old Royal Air Force.

    Last updated: 26 October, 2018

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    Direct payments fraudster prosecuted

    A woman who continued to receive and spend her father’s social care payments despite the fact he had passed away has been brought before the courts and prosecuted.

    Last updated: 3 October, 2018

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    Thinking of flytipping in north London? Don’t be Crazy!

    A Finchley firm has been ordered to shell out nearly £10,000 after a successful flytipping prosecution by Barnet Council that saw its two vans confiscated for two months.

    Last updated: 4 September, 2018

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    Barnet Council is a glutton for cleaner streets

    Keeping streets in spick and span condition remains a priority for Barnet Council, as it rolled out a suite of new environmentally friendly, mechanised street cleansing machines this week.

    Last updated: 21 March, 2018

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    West London Orbital Railway

    The Mayor of London has accepted the compelling case put forward by Barnet Council and its neighbouring west London boroughs for the development of a West London Orbital Railway.

    Last updated: 8 March, 2018

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