May 22 2013 Latest news:
Haringey is beginning to feel the burden of escalating rents and the government’s cuts as people claiming housing benefit start to move away from central London.
Hornsey and Wood Green MP Lynne Featherstone wants you to get voting for your favourite independent shop
A new system for dealing with potentially dangerous potholes on Haringey’s roads will be approved by the council today.
Work to improve council homes in Highgate has been delayed due to a “legal error”, it has emerged.
More than 150 illegal gambling machines have been seized in Haringey in the last 10 months.
A millionaire Labour Party donor’s plans to demolish a 19th century house in Highgate and replace it with a mock Jacobean mansion have been thrown out by the Planning Inspectorate.
GP Dr Helen Pelendrides spent Monday morning treating her patients at her Wood Green surgery. She spent Monday afternoon at her Haringey Council office, helping decide how – and where – to spend the borough’s health budget.
A man has been charged with 13 offences, including indecent exposure and knifepoint robbery.
Haringey Council has announced plans to introduce 20mph zones across the borough to make the roads “safer” - just months after the idea was dismissed for costing too much.
Builders should soon be on site at Hornsey Town Hall – but their arrival does not herald the imminent return of world famous theatre school Mountview to Crouch End.
London’s cyclists will be able to get free bike safety checks as part of a partnership between Barclays and Bikewise.
Muswell Hill residents are digging down rather than moving out despite it not adding huge value to their homes, according to local estate agents.
Take part in pedalo races, enjoy a “long lunch” or float in the skies above one of London’s most iconic buildings as Alexandra Park celebrates 150 years of the extraordinary this summer.
Bosses at Camden Council say a list which claims the local authority has the highest number of staff earning more than £100,000 in the country is inaccurate and should be withdrawn.
Residents are being urged to have their say on plans for a second £12 billion Crossrail route which could transform Haringey’s transport links.
Two housing associations in Haringey threatened to repossess tenants’ homes before the government’s benefit cap was introduced, it has been revealed.
Parents in Camden are among the least likely in London to be offered a place for their child at their first choice primary school.
The auction group behind the re-emergence of the Banksy mural ‘Slave Labour’ has defended its decision to put the piece up for sale ‘before it disappears forever’.
The opening night of a long-awaited £2.5million theatre saw the six-year vision of its mastermind come to glorious fruition last week.
A teacher and pupil are preparing for an exhibition of their work which depicts familiar north London landscapes and landmarks.
A Banksy mural which originally appeared on a wall in Wood Green has been put up for auction again, after being withdrawn from a controversial sale at the 11th hour earlier this year.
Get a glimpse of Haringey’s past through the eyes of a Crouch End artist who almost consigned his own work to the scrapheap.
The region’s YMCA chief executive says he hopes this year’s fun run and festival will help the community to discover the “hidden side” to what the charity does as he prepares to take part.
Alexandra Palace is a huge leap closer to securing its future as a “treasure for the whole of Haringey” after a unanimous decision to award the “People’s Palace” more than £800,000 in funding.
One of the group who campaigned to save Earl Haig Community Hall from demolition talks Highgate Tennis Club, cycle lanes and the secret to building the perfect home in Crouch End.
For residents like Pauline Burke, it is a worrying time.