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A Haringey woman has abseiled off the UK’s tallest sculpture in aid of children and young people with disabilities.
A chef who made a name for himself in his Italian hometown with his artistic pizza designs has opened up a restaurant in Crouch Hill.
A special baton created to mark the centenary of the Women’s Institute has visited Alexandra Palace as part of a grand tour of the country.
The popular Three Compasses has thrown open its doors after undergoing a complete refurbishment.
Hannah Al-Othman joined a group of volunteers from Hampstead Neighbourhood Forum as they learned how to carry out bat surveys.
A Crouch End school has been recognised for its architectural excellence at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Hornsey Housing Trust received a visit from the Royal Albert Hall’s house band as part of a new initiative aiming to bring the spirit of the iconic venue outside the building.
Revellers who live in Haringey could soon find it easier to get home after a night out, as Transport for London (TfL) has announced proposals to extend night bus services across the borough.
Haringey Council has come under fire for failing a teenage killer who stabbed a stranger to death in the street.
Swimmers have hit out at Fusion Leisure, the company behind the Park Road Pools redevelopment, after the opening of the lido suffered yet another setback.
Children from Year Six at Our Lady of Muswell Catholic Primary School got creative in the kitchen to raise money for a good cause.
Hornsey Library joined forces with the local Alzheimer’s Society, based at Hornsey Housing Trust, to celebrate, and raise awareness of, Dementia Awareness Week.
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEHMHT) has launched a new Enablement Programme.
Crouch End turned green on Thursday in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
A damning report into Haringey’s largest domiciliary care provider has revealed a catalogue of errors, branding its service inadequate in four out of five areas.
A ‘modern man’ competition was the main attraction in a day packed with activities that brought hundreds to Hillfield Park.
Organisers of the annual street party were worried that numbers would suffer because of half-term and families leaving on holiday.
A fundraising gig is being held at Crouch End’s Earl Haig Hall to help the victims of recent earthquakes in Nepal.
An exhibition commemorating the “brave and principled choice” made by members of the conscientious objector movement during the First World War has gone on display.
A police sergeant walked free from court after being cleared of groping and sexually harassing a junior colleague while on duty in Haringey.
A Tottenham teenager who was caught after leaving a blood-covered mobile phone at the scene of a burglary has been sent to a young offenders’ institution.
We all know being physically active is good for our health – regular exercise can help us lose weight, boost our mood and help to prevent disease.
In with the old, out with the new. This is the mantra of the best London vintage shoppers today, whose aesthetic of effortless chic is becoming more sought after.
Think sweet treats make you feel better? ‘Comfort foods’ could be adding to your misery.