A man previously arrested in connection with the murder of a 17-year-old in Enfield, has been re-arrested and charged with murder.
Shaquan Sammy-Plummer was stabbed to death in Berkeley Gardens in January.
20-year-old Jemal Williams will appear in custody on Thursday, 15 October, at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court.
Officers have arrested two men who snatched a puppy at knifepoint in Enfield this morning.
Police were called to Church Street, N9, just before 8 o'clock following reports of a knifepoint robbery of a puppy.
Officers attended and tackled the robbers, arresting two men and safely recovering the puppy.
Both arrested men have been taken to north London police station for questioning.
Enquiries are continuing to trace a third suspect.
The puppy - a Staff cross Labrador - has been reunited with its grateful owners.
The victim of the robbery was not seriously harmed and did not require hospital treatment.
Enfield Chase was closed during the morning rush hour after the men boarded up the entrance.Read the full story ›
Enfield Chase station in north London remained closed for much of the morning rush-hour.Read the full story ›
The driver of a lorry has been treated for minor injuries after his vehicle overturned.
The Metropolitan Police were called to the junction between Solar Road and Mollison Avenuem in Enfield around 11.30am.
Drivers are being warned to avoid the area until the lorry has been removed.
No other vehicles were involved and there are no reports of any other injuries.
A landlord is today due to take Enfield Borough Council to court to fight against its new compulsory licensing scheme.
New rules are set to come in next April which will require landlords to get a £500, five-year licence for each property they own.
It aims to reduce anti-social behaviour associated with rental homes.
But landlord Constantinos Regas says the council has failed to prove housing in the borough is being badly managed.
A mother enjoying an afternoon out at pub in north London almost lost her leg after being bitten by a spider.
The Evening Standard says Shireen Larsen's leg went numb after she was bitten at the Crown and Horseshoe pub in Enfield. She can now barely walk after her leg turned black and yellow. The bite may have come from a false widow spider.
We have had no complaints from customers about spiders in the garden.