March 16 2014 Latest news:
A 79-year-old woman was sexually assaulted at a bus stop in north London in broad daylight after a man struck up a conversation with her.
A bestselling children’s author sung the praises of his old secondary school as he returned to give a talk streamed live to thousands of students across the UK.
A 10-year-old pianist from South Hampstead has won a national music competition supporting disadvantaged children in Israel.
Barnet has become one of only two London councils to cut council tax next year – insisting the move is a vindication of its controversial One Barnet outsourcing programme.
Calls have been made for a full investigation into Haringey Council’s decision to send representatives to a £16,000 networking event aboard a luxury yacht in Cannes.
Once a week since December, a Hornsey church has opened its doors to 12 homeless people, providing beds, food and sanctuary from the cold.
Cllr Peacock gives the lowdown on the busy life of a mayor, from royal visits to dinner dances and debates.
Haringey has become the first London borough to receive a Gold Pledge award from the World Wildlife Foundation for the way it chooses pencils, paper, floorboards and furniture.
Trades unionists have paid tribute to RMT leader and former Haringey TUC delegate Bob Crow, whose death was announced this morning.
Local residents will be given the opportunity to air their views to Haringey officials and find out about the major issues facing their area at two public meetings being held in Alexandra Palace and Stroud Green next week.
Sue Hessel, chairman of the Haslemere Road Residents’ Association, makes a case for dividing the borough in two.
A campaign to raise funds for a safer pedestrian crossing near a Highgate primary school has been kickstarted with a £1,000 donation from Haringey’s opposition Conservative group.
The clock is ticking for people in Haringey wanting to take advantage of free cavity wall insulation to help bring down costly winter energy bills.
While there aren’t many secondary school students who have starred in their own music video, there are even fewer who have shared the screen with a Hollywood film star.
Crouch End’s diving boards have won a stay of execution after thousands of people signed a petition to save them.
Homes for Haringey’s chief executive has resigned after six years at the helm – but the council’s social housing arm refused to be drawn on whether his resignation is anything to do with recent problems at the organisation.
Education secretary Michael Gove has outraged pupils at a Hampstead public school after suggesting it is inferior to its Highgate rival – by comparing the two schools to football clubs Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Angry Crouch End residents and conservationists are demanding answers from Islington Council after a skate ramp was “dumped” in a local natural reserve without any prior consultation.
A Lib Dem councillor has been referred to his party’s national standards board over his refusal to apologise for a “Nazi slur” he made at a north London council meeting.
A Lib Dem councillor has been referred to his party’s national standards board for refusing to apologise for a “Nazi slur” he made in the council chamber.
A man who pocketed more than £106,000 in housing benefit despite owning a £250,000 home in a neighbouring borough has been jailed for fraud for the second time in 14 years.
It is never too late to put on your dancing shoes as some Haringey pensioners proved.
Haringey is a borough which can so easily be divided down the middle: the rich west and the deprived east, with the main railway providing the perfect defining line.
Exposure’s Andreas Koumi talks about the Muswell Hill-based youth charity’s new project, which looks at foster care from a young person’s perspective.
Haringey Council almost doubled its spend on consultants in the past year, it has been revealed.
A scheme delivering farm produce has arrived in Highgate.