Man racially abused on rush hour train

A man has been racially abused on a busy commuter train. - Enfield Independent | News

Mental health trust boss laments staff 'restrictions'

The chief of a mental health trust featured in a BBC documentary has said she is delighted that their issues have been put in the public limelight. - Enfield Independent | News

Conservative MP dreaming of Lab win

Enfield Southgate MP David Burrowes is hope his dog can finally claim one of the most coveted prizes at Westminster. - Enfield Independent | News

Watford MP Richard Harrington defends vote against scrapping 'tampon tax', saying EU law makes it impossible

Watford MP Richard Harrington has defended his decision to vote against scrapping the so-called "tampon tax", blaming a lack of government powers to make the change. - Watford Observer | News

'Totally unacceptable' - police hunting chubby truck driver after tailgating incident

Officers from Hertfordshire Constabulary said they are investigating the tailgating incident. which took place just after 5pm on Thursday, October 8. - Watford Observer | News

Petition calling for step-free access at Croxley Station gathers more than 400 signatures

A petition has been set up calling on Transport for London to introduce step-free access at Croxley Station, Watford Road as part of the £280 million Croxley Rail Link project. - Watford Observer | News

Magical musical Into the Woods marks groups debut at Dugdale

A new chapter in the theatrical fairytale of Finchley and Friern Barnet Operatic Society is about to begin. - Enfield Independent | News

Historians show off Enfield's past as the borough turns 50

Two historians have taken people on a journey through time as the borough celebrates its 50th anniversary. - Enfield Independent | News

Children travel back in time as bishop visits school

PUPILS went back in time to learn how their school was founded during a visit by a bishop. - Enfield Independent | News

Row over £400k spent on council depot

Plans to spend almost half a million on security at a “super depot” have been condemned. - Enfield Independent | News

Ultimate Hell Week contestant flushes with success in toilet-themed charity mud run

Alex Lacey, who took part in the BBC2 show Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week, crawled his way through WaterAid's race called Tough S*** on Saturday. - Watford Observer | News

Doctors split over GP opening hours scheme

Calls have been made to end a pilot scheme that concentrates out-of-hours GP services for the whole borough at just two surgeries. - Enfield Independent | News

Travel agents join the fight against Abbots Langley car park charge proposal

Manager at Langley Travel in High Street, Abbots Langley, Pat Waterton, is among many other shopkeepers and residents in the area opposing a proposal to introduce a parking charge for people using the main car park off High Street longer than two

Award-winning Southgate teen Natalie Shay releases new single

She has been making music since infancy and won a raft of awards and 16-year-old Natalie Shay from New Southgate is now about to release her new single And They Stare. - Enfield Independent | News

'Life literally changes in a second and I would say that day to day my life is still dominated by events around his death'

The parents of a Garston soldier killed in an explosion in Afghanistan five years ago say the void in their lives will never be filled - Watford Observer | News