A London newspaper will cease to be published in print after nearly 140 years.
Established in 1874, the Enfield Gazette is to become an online-only publication.
Previously owned by Trinity Mirror, the weekly was bought in 2007 by Tindle Newspapers along with 26 other London titles.
The company, owned by Sir Ray Tindle, also runs seven other local newspapers in its North London Newspapers branch including the Enfield Advertiser.
The Advertiser, which was established in 1979, remains in print and will be renamed the Enfield Advertiser and Gazette, incorporating the name of its sister-title.
It is not yet known whether job losses will follow.