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The oldest living tree in London is where?

The oldest living tree in London is where?

There's a tree in Barnet that might be older than London
North London's Finest Family-Friendly Pubs

North London's Finest Family-Friendly Pubs

The best places to go for a pint with a pushchair.
How friendly fire first occurred in Barnet

How friendly fire first occurred in Barnet

A literal fog of war.
Our guide to London's dinosaur crazy golf courses

Our guide to London's dinosaur crazy golf courses

Where do we sign up?
Why Do The Guns Of HMS Belfast Point At A Motorway Service Station?

Why Do The Guns Of HMS Belfast Point At A Motorway Service Station?

What has the ship got against Scratchwood?
Top Ten Things To Do In the Borough of Barnet

Top Ten Things To Do In the Borough of Barnet

One of the Barnet's top bloggers picks his favourite pub, restaurant, cinema...and fishmonger.
London's Forgotten Disasters: The Colney Hatch Fire

London's Forgotten Disasters: The Colney Hatch Fire

Ever heard of the worst peacetime London fire since the 13th Century?
Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Finchley

Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Finchley

Candidate for London's most boring area is anything but...
Brick City: New Lego Exhibition Shows London And World Landmarks

Brick City: New Lego Exhibition Shows London And World Landmarks

Free brickish fun in Finchley.
Weekend Walks: The Dollis Brook Near Barnet

Weekend Walks: The Dollis Brook Near Barnet

Excellent for wildlife spotting.
How To Get Swallowed By A Blue Whale In Barnet

How To Get Swallowed By A Blue Whale In Barnet

A jaw-dropping sight in north London.
Tiny Solar System Hidden In Mill Hill Subway

Tiny Solar System Hidden In Mill Hill Subway

But Uranus is filthy.
Hendon Is The Perfect Metaphor For The Whole London Election

Hendon Is The Perfect Metaphor For The Whole London Election

One of the key London seats ahead of 7 May.
Voters In Barnet Turned Away From Polls

Voters In Barnet Turned Away From Polls

What a cock-up.
Nature-ist: The Totteridge Yew

Nature-ist: The Totteridge Yew

The oldest living thing in London.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

The day's news: including another cyclist killed, possible fire station closures and the unused cable car.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's news, including a stalled Pinnacle and a slow pub.
Campaigners Create 'Show Home' To Demonstrate Regeneration Alternative

Campaigners Create 'Show Home' To Demonstrate Regeneration Alternative

Beautifying the boarded-up at Sweets Way.
Brian Coleman Arrested On Suspicion Of Assault

Brian Coleman Arrested On Suspicion Of Assault

The controversial councillor gets into more trouble.
London Foot Tunnel Predicts The Surface Of Pluto

London Foot Tunnel Predicts The Surface Of Pluto

Dwarf planet lurks beneath A1 in Mill Hill.
Brian Coleman's Greatest Hits

Brian Coleman's Greatest Hits

No pun intended
First Blood To West Ham As The Londonist Football League Returns

First Blood To West Ham As The Londonist Football League Returns

Bugger the rugger.
London's Great Green Space Sell-Off

London's Great Green Space Sell-Off

Capital loses space equivalent to 69 football pitches.
Criticism Mounts Over 'Go Home' Campaign

Criticism Mounts Over 'Go Home' Campaign

Adverts dubbed 'stupid and offensive'.
New Mortuary For North London

New Mortuary For North London

Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Brian Coleman's got his own blog.
Book Tickets Now: Proms At St Jude's Music, Literary And Walking Festival

Book Tickets Now: Proms At St Jude's Music, Literary And Walking Festival

Nine days of all sorts at Hampstead Garden Suburb.
Book Now For The Hampstead And Highgate Literary Festival

Book Now For The Hampstead And Highgate Literary Festival

Also a day of events just for kids.
What The Budget Means For London

What The Budget Means For London

We're getting a second air ambulance.
Ye Olde Mitre Inne

Ye Olde Mitre Inne

London Loop: 3. Elstree to Cockfosters

London Loop: 3. Elstree to Cockfosters

North London Rules (Football, At Least)

North London Rules (Football, At Least)

Londonist Football League topped by frightful foes.
Add To A Giant Map Of North Finchley At Paper Collage Exhibition

Add To A Giant Map Of North Finchley At Paper Collage Exhibition

Anya Beaumont's delicate paper creations at artsdepot.
The Monster Returns: Football Season Preview 2015-16

The Monster Returns: Football Season Preview 2015-16

But...there's still cricket on.
Barnet Chief Exec Leaves After Voting Fiasco

Barnet Chief Exec Leaves After Voting Fiasco

Andrew Travers departs by mutual consent.
Lit Preview: Hampstead And Highgate Literary Festival

Lit Preview: Hampstead And Highgate Literary Festival

September brings Michael Palin, Gillian Slovo, Alison Weir and David Aaronovitch to north London.
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

Today's news: London's bidding for the 2017 Paralympics Athletics Championships. Yes we are.
Black Horse

Black Horse

Saracens Submit Plans To Move To Mill Hill

Saracens Submit Plans To Move To Mill Hill

London to get new rugby club?
Film Preview: A Tale Of Two Barnets

Film Preview: A Tale Of Two Barnets

A documentary about the lives and concerns of people in Barnet
Mobile Town Square To Roam Cricklewood

Mobile Town Square To Roam Cricklewood

Itinerant community centre highlights lack of civic space.
Preview: Mill Hill Music Festival 2011

Preview: Mill Hill Music Festival 2011

Who needs Glastonbury when you're got the RAF Museum, Hendon?
Rock Against The Cuts In Barnet: Help Save Artsdepot

Rock Against The Cuts In Barnet: Help Save Artsdepot

Local musicians stage a benefit gig to protest against local council cuts and help save Artsdepot on Sunday 30 January.
Football Season Preview: League Two

Football Season Preview: League Two

How will the three London's trio of League Two teams fare this season?
Council Cuts: Six More Councils Vote In Budgets

Council Cuts: Six More Councils Vote In Budgets

Barnet, Ealing, Hounslow, Kingston, Lewisham and Richmond sign on the dotted line.
Meet The New London Assembly Members: Andrew Dismore

Meet The New London Assembly Members: Andrew Dismore

An interview with the man who beat Brian Coleman in Barnet and Camden.
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

Some things we've learned this weekend whilst you've been trying to resuscitate your snowman...
Artsdepot To Stay Open Despite Funding Cut

Artsdepot To Stay Open Despite Funding Cut

Barnet's best venue is determined to remain a vital part of North London life.
Mr Hudson: Hero Of The Barnet Breeches Incident

Mr Hudson: Hero Of The Barnet Breeches Incident

An unusual folk hero. And not THAT Mr Hudson.
Along The Silk Road At artsdepot, Finchley

Along The Silk Road At artsdepot, Finchley

An international cast brings Marco Polo's travels to life through poetry, music and dance.