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The cyclist killed after being hit by a lorry last week has been named by police as a 29-year-old woman from Tottenham.

Mark Duggan

A lost computer disk contained a secret file on the fatal police shooting of Mark Duggan, it has been reported.

Haringey Council has forged ahead in reducing its carbon emissions. Picture: Stephen Pond/EMPICS

Haringey Council has cut its carbon emissions by a third since 2007, putting the authority ahead of its target to reduce them by 40 per cent by 2020.

Cllr Peter Morton, Haringey Council cabinet member for health and wellbeing, holding the charter at st Mungo's Vartry Road hostel with residents Rita and Lloyd,

Haringey’s homeless people will be helped to better health this year after the council signed up to a dedicated “homeless health charter”.

Mountview has pulled out of plans to take over Hornsey Town Hall.

The long-term future of Hornsey Town Hall has been plunged into uncertainty yet again after Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts announced it has shelved plans to relocate to the iconic Crouch End building.

More than 6,300 people have signed the petition against Haringey's care cuts.

More than 6,300 people have put their name to a petition calling on Haringey Council not to plough ahead with millions of pounds-worth of cuts that will affect “the most vulnerable” in society, including those living with autism.

Sharif Matovu, centre, pictured with Greg Mayor of Observatory the Opticians, left, and Greig City Academy vice-principal David Hearn at the recent awards ceremony.

A sixth former at a Hornsey school has been given special recognition for a stellar achievement in his GCSEs.

The crash happened at the corner of Bethune Road and Amhurst Park in Stamford Hill (Picture: Google)

A lorry driver has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after a cyclist died in Stamford Hill yesterday.

Amhurst Park was closed in both directions between Seven Sisters Road and Bethune Road (Pic by @ShomrimOfficial)

A female cyclist has died after a crash in Amhurst Park, Stamford Hill.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 17:43

A lost computer disk contained a secret file on the fatal police shooting of Mark Duggan, it has been reported.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Polly Chowdhury, 35, of Broomfield Road, and Kiki Muddar, 43, Green Lane, Ilford, are both charged with the murder of Ayesha Ali.

A former prostitute has won a family court battle for the return of her two daughters from Haringey’s social services after winning her battle with a drug habit.

Monday, January 19, 2015
The Arocaria, festooned with pot plants and hanging baskets, belied the unhygienic reality within. Picture: Google StreetView

A well-known Crouch End restaurant has closed down and its owners forced to fork out £6,000 after food safety inspectors discovered rat droppings and fridges “caked in dirt” in the kitchen.

Health

Yesterday, 06:30

Haringey’s homeless people will be helped to better health this year after the council signed up to a dedicated “homeless health charter”.

Friday, January 23, 2015
More than 6,300 people have signed the petition against Haringey's care cuts.

More than 6,300 people have put their name to a petition calling on Haringey Council not to plough ahead with millions of pounds-worth of cuts that will affect “the most vulnerable” in society, including those living with autism.

Monday, December 15, 2014
The London Ambulance Service is in the grip of a waiting time crisis

Critically ill patients facing life-threatening emergencies are waiting longer and longer for ambulances to arrive as the service reaches a modern-day crisis point.

Environment

Yesterday, 12:30

Haringey Council has cut its carbon emissions by a third since 2007, putting the authority ahead of its target to reduce them by 40 per cent by 2020.

Friday, December 5, 2014
BMW 1 Series in Seal Street, David Ulrich

A car sharing app which allows you to open vehicles with your smartphone and drop them off anywhere in the borough was launched yesterday.

Monday, December 1, 2014
An artist's impression of how the Finsbury Park town centre might look following the development

An ambitious multi-million pound plan to make Finsbury Park a cleaner, nicer place to live and visit moved closer this week.

Politics

Yesterday, 12:30

Haringey Council has cut its carbon emissions by a third since 2007, putting the authority ahead of its target to reduce them by 40 per cent by 2020.

Yesterday, 06:30
Cllr Peter Morton, Haringey Council cabinet member for health and wellbeing, holding the charter at st Mungo's Vartry Road hostel with residents Rita and Lloyd,

Haringey’s homeless people will be helped to better health this year after the council signed up to a dedicated “homeless health charter”.

Friday, January 23, 2015
More than 6,300 people have signed the petition against Haringey's care cuts.

More than 6,300 people have put their name to a petition calling on Haringey Council not to plough ahead with millions of pounds-worth of cuts that will affect “the most vulnerable” in society, including those living with autism.

Education

Friday, January 23, 2015

A sixth former at a Hornsey school has been given special recognition for a stellar achievement in his GCSEs.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Exposure's Gabrielle Asare

Exposure writer Gabrielle Asare mulls over whether these days a degree is actually worth a mountain of debt and three years spent at university.

Monday, December 29, 2014
Almost 200 secondary school students now have a savings account with Haringey credit union.

Nearly 200 secondary school students have opened savings accounts with a credit union as part of a pioneering financial awareness scheme in Haringey.

Heritage

Friday, January 23, 2015

The long-term future of Hornsey Town Hall has been plunged into uncertainty yet again after Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts announced it has shelved plans to relocate to the iconic Crouch End building.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014
The Go Ape! course is planned for the spot between the boating lake and deer enclosure at Alexandra Park.

Revised plans for a treetop adventure course run by Go Ape! in the grounds of Alexandra Palace have sparked concern that customers would alarm the park’s deer.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Cllr Joe Goldberg, cabinet member for economic development and sustainability.

The man charged with improving Haringey’s economy admits he is “quite frightened” by his own party’s regeneration of huge swathes of Tottenham - but insists there is “no agenda to change the flavour” of the area.

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