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Wanted in connection with fraud.

Haringey’s most wanted: Burglary, criminal damage and fraud on police hit list

Police have released images of people wanted for questioning in relation to fraud, burglary and criminal damage in Haringey.

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Roadworks in Wood Green will last seven months.

Six months of traffic chaos looms as works reduce Wood Green High Road to one lane

Drivers and bus passengers face delays and interrupted journeys for six of the next seven months from Monday as Wood Green town centre’s £4.2million street improvement works move into their next phase.

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Revised plans have been submitted to build an extension on the roof of the Grade II-listed building at 7 Bruce Grove. Picture: Google StreetView

Developers urged to ditch glass box plan for cloudspotter’s historic listed Tottenham home

Proposals to build a steel and glass box on the roof of the historic Georgian former home of the “father of meteorology” Luke Howard have run into opposition from Tottenham conservationists.

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Lynne Featherstone wants people to sign a petition to get Network Rail to rethink accessibility at Haringey's railway stations.

More than 500 support campaign to make Haringey’s stations more accessible

Hornsey and Wood Green MP Lynne Featherstone has upped up her campaign for better access to Haringey’s railway stations.

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Wood Green, The Animals Charity

COMMENT: ‘Why vaccinations are an essential part of your four-legged family member’s armour’

Wood Green vet Sam Barley explains the importance of giving your pet vaccinations, and why.

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Revellers flood the streets around Finsbury Park at illegal rave - photo by Jono Kenyon

Finsbury Park’s gates to be locked early after violent ‘block party’

Finsbury Park will be closing its gates earlier in the wake of a “block party” which ended with a police officer being taken to hospital.

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Haringey's chief operating officer Tracie Evans has been disciplined by CIPFA.

Haringey finance chief guilty of financial misconduct in private consultancy firm

The woman in charge of finance at Haringey Council has been found guilty of financial misconduct and bringing the accountancy profession into disrepute.

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'Ronnie' Rahman outside the scene of the fire in Wood Green High Road. Picture: Tony Gay

People ‘filmed family screaming for help’ in Wood Green fire

A Wood Green taxi driver who helped rescue a baby, child and four adults from a raging fire has spoken of his disbelief that others stood by and filmed the family desperately screaming for help from their windows.

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Matt Maran gets into the water to photograph grebes. Picture: Adrian Brooker

Award-winning Tottenham photographer eyes up first photography book on Hampstead Heath

Globe-trotting snapper Matt Maran spent hours in the chilly waters of a Hampstead Heath pond to capture these stunning shots of great crested grebes feeding and caring for their young.

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Pupils at Alexandra Park celebrate their GCSE results.

Haringey headteachers refuse to release results as they take a stand against GCSE league tables

The GCSE results of some of the borough’s top performing schools will remain under wraps until January – as they rail against students’ achievements being reduced to a “simple ‘league table’ approach”.

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Ashley Fagan was warned he may face jail.

Tottenham teen attacked with axe in gang feud in Islington may be jailed

A knife-wielding Tottenham teenager whose hand was left hanging from his wrist when he was attacked with an axe in a gang-related spat has been warned he may be jailed.

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The Lordship Hub Co-operative in Lordship Rec.

Tottenham community hub volunteers make plea for final fundraising push

The leaders of a volunteer-run community hub boasting a cafe, cultural and educational space in Tottenham’s Lordship Rec have made a last-ditch plea for a final £2,000 in donations to make their dreams a reality - or risk losing it all.

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A student becomes one of the first to sign up at Tottenham Hotspur's University Technical College Picture: Action Images/John Sibley

Final places left for first courses at Tottenham Hotspur’s University Technical College

Tottenham Hotspur’s new university technical college opened its doors to students for the first time last week, ahead of its first courses starting next month.

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The unveiling of Tottenham's war memorial, June 17, 1923. Picture: Haringey Libraries, Archives & Museum Service

Memorial to Tottenham war dead to get refurb for Remembrance Day

The prominent memorial to the men and women who gave their lives in both world wars is to be refurbished in time for Remembrance Day in the centenary year of the outbreak of the First World War.

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Kugapiriyan Ramachandran and Oleg Fursa with their GCSEs. Picture: CONEL

GCSE joy for students at College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

More than nine in 10 students at a Tottenham college landed the grades they were hoping for as the GCSE exam results were released last week.

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Lee Morris denied all three counts of possessing extreme pornography.

Tottenham man denies possessing ‘extreme porn’ of sex acts with animals

A man from Tottenham has today denied three charges of possessing extreme pornographic images involving a live chicken, a cow and a dog.

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21 firefighters attended the blaze

Cab driver helps rescue two children and five adults from Wood Green fire

A plucky cab driver helped rescue two children and five adults from a burning building on Sunday.

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An undated picture of the lodge in the grounds of Chitts Hill House, now known locally as the Mushroom House. Picture: Haringey Libraries, Archives and Museum Service

Wood Green’s historic Mushroom House goes up for sale

Ever had a burning desire to live inside a mushroom, as if part of a Lewis Carroll or Roald Dahl novel? Well now might be a keen forager’s chance to sniff out a unique buy - as one of Haringey’s oldest buildings has been put up for sale.

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Sarah Elliott, leader of Haringey's Lib Dems.

COMMENT: ‘Labour is failing to deliver enough affordable housing’

Sarah Elliott, leader of Haringey’s Liberal Democrats, urges Haringey to do more to deliver affordable housing in the borough.

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St Ann's Hospital. Picture: Tony Gay

COMMENT: ‘Concern - and solutions - for the planned St Ann’s Hospital land sale’

The Green Party’s Emily Darko, one of its candidate in the recent elections for St Ann’s ward, takes a closer look at the controversial proposals for the St Ann’s Hospital site.

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Wanted: Marcus Everald Moore

On the run: Man wanted on recall to prison ‘may be in Haringey’

A man wanted on recall to prison is on the run tonight, prompting police to appeal for help to track him down as he has links to Haringey.

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More success for GCSE pupils at Gladesmore Community School. Picture: Gladesmore Community School

Haringey GCSE results: Tottenham’s Gladesmore School breaks its records again

The class of 2014 at Gladesmore Community School made history this week with record GCSE results for the school, as 68 per cent achieved the benchmark of five or more “good” grades including English and maths - a rise of five per cent on 2013.

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Darren Innes, CEO of Has My Identity Been Stolen, has urged people to check if their data is exposed. Picture: Polly Hancock

Stolen personal data of 40,000 Tottenham and Wood Green residents for sale on ‘dark web’

The personal information of almost 40,000 people living in Tottenham and Wood Green has been put up for sale on the dark web, according to new data revealing the startling scale of online identity fraud.

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Students celebrate as they pick up their results this morning at Northumberland Park Community School.

Haringey GCSE results: Students break exam records yet again

Haringey schools set new records in their GCSE results yet again this year, despite a backdrop of national changes to the exam structure.

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Finsbury Park: normally much more peaceful [Photograph by Panhard]

Teen stabbed and police officer punched in face at illegal pre-Notting Hill Carnival rave in Finsbury Park

A pre-Notting Hill Carnival ‘block party’ in Finsbury Park turned nasty on Wednesday night when a teenager was stabbed and a police officer was slashed in the face.

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The main entrance of North Middlesex University Hospital.

North Middlesex Hospital bosses upbeat despite watchdog finding it ‘requires improvement’

Overall services provided by the trust running North Middlesex Hospital “require improvement”, according to the national health watchdog.

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The late Pat Egan, who passed away last month.

Haringey Council to hold special celebration of achievements of late Cllr Pat Egan

Family, friends and colleagues will pay their respects to the late Cllr Pat Egan at a meeting to be held in his honour by Haringey Council.

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Pupils from Alexandra Park School celebrate record A-level results.

Haringey secondary schools outstrip national averages in A-level results success

Muswell Hill’s secondary schools have topped the Haringey A-level league table this year, with Alexandra Park School closing the gap on its rival.

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Students need not panic if they didn't get the A-level grades they were hoping for. Picture: David Cheskin

Haringey A-level students warned against haste in clearing as universities relax admissions

A Haringey headteacher has warned pupils going through clearing to “very carefully consider” their future - as the tide turned in their favour for the first time.

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The Haringey Disability First Consortium meets on August 20.

Haringey disability group meets to outline mission statement

The steering committee of the Haringey Disability First Consortium will meet tomorrow to outline the group’s mission, aims and values - and all are welcome.

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Jailed: Kaval Kalychuin

Jailed: Masked axeman in Westfield Stratford luxury watch shop raid

A Tottenham man who was part of a gang who smashed their way into a luxury watch shop in Stratford’s Westfield shopping centre has been jailed for eight years.

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Revised plans have been submitted to build an extension on the roof of the Grade II-listed building at 7 Bruce Grove. Picture: Google StreetView

Steel and glass box proposed for roof of cloudspotter’s historic Tottenham home

The owners of the former home of the “father of meteorology” Luke Howard - who named the clouds - are planning to build a steel-and-glass box on the roof of the Grade II-listed structure.

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Homebase plans to open a coffee shop in its Harringay store. Picture: Edward Smith/EMPICS

Homebase brews plans for cafe in Harringay store

DIY superstore Homebase is planning to open a cafe in its store in Harringay’s Arena retail park, according to papers lodged with Haringey Council.

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The air raid shelter was discovered near this industrial estate in Tariff Road. Picture: Google StreetView

‘Secret’ air raid shelter unearthed in Tottenham industrial estate

An air raid shelter that may have provided protection for workers at Tottenham’s former Triumph factory has been unearthed by Thames Water engineers less than a metre below the entrance to an industrial estate.

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Omen Mugaviri remains in a coma more than seven weeks after he was attacked in Wood Green.

Assaulted man in coma for seven weeks: Family plead for witnesses’ help

The family of a man who may never recover from his injuries after being brutally asasulted have made an emotional appeal for help to trace those responsible and for a potential key witness to come forward.

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Terry 'Tel' O'Connor, pictured in 2010, founded the Haringey Cycling Club.

Haringey Cycling Club pays final tribute to Bounds Green chairman and founder

A former professional wrestler who spotted the need for a cycling club to inspire Haringey youngsters more than two decades before it became one of Britain’s biggest sports, was given a two-wheeled guard of honour as his coffin made its final journey.

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Labour will be hoping to keep the seat in the Woodside ward by-election. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Archive

Nominations open for prospective councillors in Wood Green by-election

Nominations have opened for anyone interested in standing for election as a councillor in Wood Green’s Woodside ward, following the death of Pat Egan last month.

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St Ann's Hospital. Picture: Tony Gay

Save St Ann’s Hospital campaign: Meeting tonight

The grass-roots fight to stop the sell-off of two thirds of an NHS hospital site for housing is holding a campaign meeting tonight.

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Jordan Matthew Dunn has been charged with invading the pitch during the Spurs v West Ham game.

Man charged over pitch invasion during Spurs’ clash with West Ham

A 22-year-old man is to be hauled before magistrates over the pitch invasion during Saturday’s match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham at Upton Park.

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The busy junction of Endymion Road and Alroy Road currently has no pedestrian crossings and a mini-roundabout. Picture: Google StreetView

Safety calls lead to scheme to improve busy Finsbury Park junction

New safety measures will be brought in at a busy junction that borders Finsbury Park after residents called for action.

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Students celebrate as they pick up their results this morning at Northumberland Park Community School.

Haringey GCSE results: Students break exam records yet again

Haringey schools set new records in their GCSE results yet again this year, despite a backdrop of national changes to the exam structure.

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Drake has cancelled his Wireless London performance (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for ESPN)

Fans devastated after Drake cancels Wireless London festival

Rapper Drake has pulled out of his headline appearances at this weekend’s Wireless Festival in London, leaving fans devastated.

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