An Independent Family-Owned Newspaper
Follow us on:
Subscribe to our RSS News Feed
The Games: London Olympics 2012:
ANTHONY JOSHUA insists that he has no intention of turning professional just yet after winning Team GB’s 29th – and last – gold medal of the Olympic Games yesterday.
LUTALO Muhammad vindicated his selection for London 2012 after becoming the first British man to win at Olympic taekwondo medal.
THE Olympic spirit is being delivered to Barnet in the form of the Tiny Games.
A CHOIR has gained worldwide attention by recording an Olympic song featuring children from all corners of the globe.
CARL HESTER helped Great Britain to claim their first-ever Olympic dressage gold medal on Tuesday.
ANTHONY Joshua is guaranteed an Olympic medal after producing a clinical performance in his men’s super-heavyweight boxing quarter-final last night.
ABI OYEPITAN will attempt to reach the Olympic final of the women’s 200metres for the second time in her career when she competes in the semi-finals of the event tonight.
LEE McConnell was one of three British athletes to qualify for the semi finals of the women’s 400m this afternoon.
SHAFTESBURY Barnet Harriers members Yamile Aldama and Trecia Kaye-Smith have qualified for the final of the women's triple jump.
CARL Hester helped Great Britain make a strong start to the team dressage yesterday.
BOXER Anthony Joshua was a relieved man after edging to a narrow victory in his opening bout of the Olympic Games on Wednesday night.
ANUM Bandey set a new national record despite failing to qualify from her heat of the women’s 400m individual medley.
FENCERS Richard Kruse and James Davis both suffered Olympic disappointment on Tuesday as they made early exits from the individual foil competition.
HAVING played a key role in the Olympic opening ceremony, NHS nurse Kath Lynch is looking forward to lining up as part of the closing ceremony too.
THE repeated sound of a hockey ball thwacking against the boards behind the goal reverberated around the Riverbank Arena on Sunday night.
ON Monday Team GB's Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins completed their double sculls heat in Olympic record-breaking time - and the crowd went wild.
THE rain poured down on the Olympic Park and a cool breeze blew over east London.
BARNET resident and Olympic torch bearer Zahra Jessa will carry the flame through North Finchley today.
CELEBRITIES, centenarians and children will be grappling with the Olympic torch when it passes through the borough on Wednesday during the penultimate day of the relay.
COUNCIL car parks will be free to use during the Olympic torch relay next Wednesday as restrictions will be relaxed in areas away from the route.
Sir Ray Tindle
Advertise with us