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Tue, 11:45

A scribe for Muswell Hill’s Exposure youth magazine on why ‘selfies’ are a picture of health.

Cllr Patricia Callaghan

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

The Children's Air Ambulance helicopter, ready for action.

Charitable sons and daughters in Crouch End are being encouraged to make mum feel sky high this Mothers’ Day by organising an event to support a children’s air ambulance service.

Large queues for trains at West Hampstead Tube Station during the Tube strike on 29.04.14. Picture: Nigel Sutton

If you are planning on going out on Saturday night be prepared for a nightmare journey back home if you rely on the Tube.

London Ambulance Service said only the driver was injured (Picture: Chaim S)

A double-decker smashed into a Tottenham bus stop this morning after the driver reportedly felt unwell as he drove along Broad Lane in north London.

Piotr Sobczyk appeared in court via videolink

A Polish man from Tottenham accused of murdering his six-month-old son appeared at the Old Bailey yesterday.

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A Tottenham driver arrested by police who wrongly suspected he had no insurance says they confiscated and crushed his car even though his documents were in order.

Justin Hinchcliffe, chairman of the Tottenham Conservatives

The chairman of Tottenham Conservatives on Labour’s loyalties and the denigration of democracy

Protestors gathered outside a budget meeting Haringey Civic Centre to object to the latest cuts package. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Protesters campaigning against cuts to Haringey Council’s adult care services are planning to picket a meeting where budget proposals are set to be approved.

Crime & Court

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

A Polish man from Tottenham accused of murdering his six-month-old son appeared at the Old Bailey yesterday.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
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A Tottenham driver arrested by police who wrongly suspected he had no insurance says they confiscated and crushed his car even though his documents were in order.

Monday, February 23, 2015
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A police officer has been found not guilty after going on trial accused of attacking a colleague.

Health

Tue, 08:00

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

Thursday, January 29, 2015
Haringey Council wont say where the death occured Picture: Katie Collins/PA Archive

A vulnerable man at risk of choking is thought to have died after being left to eat unsupervised, sparking a drastic retraining programme in Islington and Haringey.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Sue Hessel

Healthcare campaigner Sue Hessel’s frank assessment of the short shrift given to those set to be at the sharp end of Haringey’s health and social care cutbacks.

Environment

Monday, January 26, 2015

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

Tue, 11:45

A scribe for Muswell Hill’s Exposure youth magazine on why ‘selfies’ are a picture of health.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Justin Hinchcliffe, chairman of the Tottenham Conservatives

The chairman of Tottenham Conservatives on Labour’s loyalties and the denigration of democracy

Monday, February 23, 2015
Protestors gathered outside a budget meeting Haringey Civic Centre to object to the latest cuts package. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Protesters campaigning against cuts to Haringey Council’s adult care services are planning to picket a meeting where budget proposals are set to be approved.

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

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Luxury car fans are up in arms at news that Horney’s iconic original Lotus showroom may be lost.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015
The group at the Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial Park in the Somme. Picture: Erica Spurrier/Equity

A curtain was drawn on an era when 111-year-old Harry Patch drew his last breath in 2009.

Sunday, February 15, 2015
The revitalised East Court of Alexandra Palace as it could look in a few years.

On the eve of the decision on plans for the overhaul of the East Court of Alexandra Palace, we take a look at the grand vision that could soon become reality.

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Nick Clegg announced on St Piran’s Day – the patron saint of tin miners – that he would form a “Cornish Assembly”.

The USA has stationed troops in Korea since the 1950s. A number of Koreans think it’s time they left.

It’s safe to say that no one is happy with the PM’s latest suggestion.