A girl, wearing school uniform, was attacked in Jubilee Park, Enfield as she made her way home on Friday evening
Enfield Shopkeepers say Sunday parking charges are a threat to their trade and should be scrapped
An ITV News investigation has discovered that the quality of NHS care for the elderly depends on where you live.
Prime Minister David Cameron congratulates everyone behind the warehouse in Enfield, which has reopened after the London riots.
The Prime Minister was in Enfield this morning for the opening of a warehouse which was destroyed during the riots last year. The site which is used by Sony has been closed for a year while it was rebuilt.
An inquest into the death of a motorcyclist, killed in an accident in Enfield on Sunday, is due to open today.
Adam Skinner, 31, of Chase Green, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. A post mortem examination found that he had suffered multiple injuries.
The accident happened at around 1am on the southbound carriageway of The Ridgeway at a roundabout at the junction with Lavender Hill.
Police investigating sex trafficking made two arrests today linked to the disappearance of teenage girls from social services care.
A 34-year-old British man and a 25-year-old Nigerian woman were detained in Enfield, north London, on suspicion of trafficking.
The man was also arrested on suspicion of abduction.
They were targeted as part of an investigation into alleged trafficking of young women from West Africa into Europe for sexual exploitation.
Shopkeepers in Enfield are calling for a Sunday parking charge scheme to be scrapped, saying it is having a detrimental impact on trade. The Council says the scheme is not aimed at raising money, but reducing congestion in the town centre. Paul Brand reports.
Shopkeepers in Enfield are calling for Sunday parking charges to be scrapped, claiming they're a threat to their trade. The Council says the charges were introduced in January to reduce congestion in the town centre and not just to raise money.
Shopkeepers are calling for Sunday parking charges to be scrapped, claiming they are a threat to their trade.
Enfield Council say the charges were introduced in January to reduce congestion in the town centre and not just to raise money.
Businesses say the scheme is the last thing they need.
Over the last few years, thieves have targeted war memorials in Enfield, Lewisham and Surrey.
Brass plaques were ripped off the war memorial in Carshalton last year, apparently taken for their scrap metal value.
They were eventually replaced thanks to a £20,000 donation from a scrap metal dealer, who had been outraged by the theft.
The garden of remembrance at Broomfield Park in Enfield was also attacked in 2009.
In total, 16 brass plaques - containing the names of 15,000 war dead - were wrenched off the walls of the monuments.
A teenager faces trial today for murdering a 14-year-old boy on a sports field.
Aylward Academy pupil Leroy James was stabbed to death after a clash between a large number of youths at Ponders End recreation ground in Enfield, north London, on August 17 last year.
Leroy, from Edmonton, was found slumped against a wall in a pool of blood at the park. He died from a single stab wound.
At the Old Bailey, 15-year-old youth denies murder and having an offensive weapon. He was 14 at the time of the attack.
Leroy's father described his son, an Arsenal fan and aspiring footballer, as "quiet"