April 19 2014 Latest news:
Haringey Council is once again in the firing line after it was revealed it stopped a group of abused siblings seeing each other - despite a High Court ruling to the contrary.
Grenades could be the cause of mystery “explosions” that have baffled residents in Highgate - and they pose a serious threat to a colony of bats roosting in abandoned railway tunnels.
More people challenged parking fines in Haringey than anywhere else in the country last year after the council dished out penalties to drivers worth a “shocking” £6.2million.
Nearly 250 Haringey children will not be starting reception at a primary school of their choice in September, figures released today have revealed.
Sexual misconduct, racist abuse and physical assaults on teachers are just three of the reasons why nearly 1,000 children were excluded from Camden’s schools last year.
Residents wanting to stand for a seat in next month’s Haringey Council elections are being reminded to apply now.
Haringey residents are being encouraged to make an “eggs-tra effort” to recycle this Easter holiday.
Hornsey leaseholders look set to be hit with a massive bill after the cost of vital roof repairs on the council-owned property soared by almost half a million pounds.
House prices in Haringey soared again this month as the capital enjoyed its biggest annual growth since the credit crunch.
Lynne Featherstone, MP for Hornsey and Wood Green, calls on residents to vote for change in May’s council elections.
Burglars have escaped with thousands of pounds worth of cheese from one of Muswell Hill’s smallest independent businesses – less than 18 months after the shop was last targeted.
Eighteen suspected gang members were arrested during dawn raids in Haringey in an ongoing crackdown on gang crime across the capital.
Two Haringey councillors will be pounding the pavements alongside the thousands of other runners.
A street has been turned into an “unsightly and stinking” mess because binmen are refusing to empty the recycling waste - on the grounds it has been “contaminated”.
Road contractors are to be quizzed by Haringey Council bosses after a series of mistakes came to light – including wrong-shaped speed bumps, lines in the wrong place and a “wrong way round” roundabout.
Bungling contractors are being hauled in front of council bosses after a litany of mistakes came to light – including wrong-shaped speed bumps, lines in the wrong place and a “wrong way round” roundabout.
More than 100 green-fingered enthusiasts came to Muswell Hill and District Horticultural Society’s annual spring show last weekend.
Noise experts are scratching their heads over mysterious “explosions” in Highgate – after dozens of residents reported hearing another loud bang this week.
The Metropolitan Police’s assistant commissioner Mark Rowley has said it is “not too late” for witnesses to PC Keith Blakelock’s brutal murder to come forward, after Nicky Jacobs was this afternoon cleared of his killing by a jury.
After 27 years, Nicky Jacobs’ defence barrister can today add a second successful acquittal to his involvement with the PC Blakelock murder.
An Old Bailey jury has this afternoon cleared Nicky Jacobs of the murder of PC Keith Blakelock during the Broadwater Farm Riots.
Camden is one of only a handful of boroughs not to have any failing schools, figures have revealed.
Residents who can’t get to a polling station on election day are being urged to sign up to vote by post or proxy to ensure they can have their say.
Pamela Duggan, the mother of police shooting victim Mark, whose death sparked rioting across the country in 2011, has won the right to appeal against the inquest jury’s verdict.
The judge in the murder trial of PC Keith Blakelock told jurors to set emotions to one side before they retired today to consider their verdict.
An arrow painted on a road has just one simple task: to point a driver in the right direction - which means these particular arrows are complete and utter failures.