Lynne Featherstone has been taking a battering in general election polls to date but a new survey commissioned by her party reveals a resurgence in the Liberal Democrat MP’s popularity.

For better or for worse, the last five years are likely to go down as Lynne Featherstone’s most memorable in politics.

Suicide among men has reached its highest level nationally for more than a decade.

A man who threatened to burn down a bus packed with Jewish women and children has been jailed for five months for his anti-Semitic tirade.

A 42-year-old man has admitted hurling anti-Semitic abuse on a bus between Golders Green and Muswell Hill.

The Tottenham daughter of a West Indian immigrant is hoping to become the first Ukip councillor elected to Camden Council this month.

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.

Private landlords in Haringey received more than £10million in housing benefits payments from tenants last year, according to new figures.

Stepping through the doors of the Jurys Inn Islington you are greeted by guests and flanked by suitcases and concierge staff lining a wide booking desk.

Hornsey and Wood Green MP Lynne Featherstone has called for the sacking of columnist Julie Burchill, after she has sparked outrage with her comments about transgender people in her newspaper column.

The Star is just the setting for a relaxing mid-week drink and bite to eat.

A much-loved community cafe forced to shut due to a lack of funding might be able to fight back from the brink, it has been revealed.

Winners of an annual competition run by Haringey Council to recognise the most colourful floral displays on show across the borough have been announced.

Residents are celebrating after Haringey Council refused planning permission for an illegal building in the back garden of a Crouch End property.

A one-off market hosting a variety of stalls in Tottenham last weekend left hundreds of happy customers wanting more.

Play tackles mental illness with story of two men who seem to have it all

A robber who stole a video camera from a man in his Harringay home, who advertised it for sale on a website, has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.

A workers’ union has blasted a decision to move two Royal Mail delivery offices serving Haringey residents out of the borough.

A man has been detained in hospital after being found guilty of attacking a Wood Green pensioner in his back garden.

Two teenagers are due to be sentenced this week for an attempted robbery in South Tottenham which left a three-year-old with a broken leg.

A £2.7million project to boost electricity supplies in Hornsey has been completed, providing more reliable power to thousands of residents.

A fire which destroyed a flat in Wood Green and left a mother and her baby in hospital is being treated as suspicious.

Haringey could do with taking some tips on healthy eating and animal welfare from neighbouring boroughs such as Islington and Enfield, according to a new report.

A sea of £10 notes descended on a Harringay market recently for one of the UK’s first “cash mobs”.

A three-car collision in Muswell Hill has caused rush hour chaos.

A petition set up by a Crouch End resident to oppose plans to turn a much-loved community hall into a pub has attracted over 50 signatures since being set up just over a week ago.

A row of cherished olive trees along a street in Wood Green town centre were snapped in half in an apparent outbreak of vandalism last week.

A total of 49 illegal gaming machines were seized in Haringey recently as part of a crackdown on illegal gambling.

The entrance sign to a Tottenham school recently forced to change its name and become an academy has since been defaced with graffiti.

The family of a two-year-old boy diagnosed with leukaemia last year are nervously waiting for test results next month which will reveal whether their toddler has been cured.

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