The heavily pregnant woman was taking her four children to school when she began going into labour.
Firefighters turned midwifes at a major blaze in Enfield after remembering advice from Channel 4's One Born Every Minute.
The photograph showing a woman and a child in a burka standing between two binbags appeared a Councillor's Facebook page.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was dumped over a wall in Enfield.
The tan Staffordshire bull terrier was found in a garden in Cecil Road at around Midnight on Friday 14th March.
A plastic bag containing dog treats and a lead was found nearby.
The dog is thought to be around two years old and has been named Lola by the family who found her.
Her rear legs were extremely stiff at first and it is thought she had been dropped over the high garden wall.
Four people have been charged after a sawn-off shotgun was recovered at a house in Enfield last Thursday 13th March.
Four men aged between 17 and 22 years old have been charged with possession of the gun and with other offences including possession with intent to supply cannabis. Two of the men have been granted bail while the others remain in custody.
– Conservative Party statement
Councillor Chris Joannides is not endorsed as a Conservative Party Candidate in the forthcoming local government elections in the London Borough of Enfield in May 2014. No Appeal is permitted under Party Rules.
Furthermore, Councillor Joannides is expelled from the Conservative Party for a period of 12 months. He may appeal against this decision and it is our understanding that he intends to do so.
Councillor Joannides told ITV News he deleted the picture from his Facebook page. He said he recalled the caption:
I saw her standing there, I told here she had three beautiful daughters. She didn't have to get all cheesed off by it, it was an honest mistake.
Councillor Joannides added:
The picture of the burkas was not my creation basically, nor was the attached caption. That was placed on my Facebook wall by a Turkish-Cypriot woman, a friend of mine. We were discussing women's rights, discussing the burkas.
- Councillor Joannides, who was once Britain's youngest Greek-Cypriot councillor, was suspended from his local Conservative association earlier this year
- Conservative Party HQ has now deselected him as a candidate in May's election and expelled him for 12 months
- Councillor Joannides was unavailable for comment
A Conservative councillor has been thrown out of the party for a year after a picture on his Facebook page appeared to compare burkas to binbags.
Chris Joannides was a member of the Tory opposition on Labour-run Enfield Council in north London. The photo on his Facebook page is said to have shown a woman and a child in a burka standing between two binbags.
A missing teenager has been found in Enfield.
It comes after police made a public appeal for help in finding 14-year-old Jahrel Martin.
- Jahrel Martin is described as 6 foot tall, of medium build
- Last seen wearing a green knee length hooded Levi jacket with fur on hood
- His family says he looks much older than his age
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Missing People 116 000.
A teenage boy has vanished from his home in north London. 14-year-old Jahrel Martin was last seen on Montagu Road in Enfield on Saturday afternoon.