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Fri, 09:28

Chicken loving youngsters living in a deprived borough of North London may soon be able to buy healthy fried chicken, if two restaurateurs get the start-up capital they need.

In six weeks, the borough will go to the polls Pic: PA

The election campaign officially starts at the end of March – but the battle for hearts, minds and votes started long ago. Political editor Annabelle Dickson sets out her guide

Haringey Civic Centre in Wood Green. Picture: Lewis Whyld/PA Archive

Calls have been made to unmask the eight Haringey councillors who have failed to pay their council tax on time at least once in the past five years – five of them not coughing up until threatened with court.

Police are using Community Resolution Orders instead of formal punishments

Hundreds of criminals in Camden, Haringey and Westminster have been let off without any formal action over the past 15 months, official figures reveal.

Clive Morrison

With six weeks left until the general election, Tim Lamden speaks to the Ukip candidate hoping to topple Lynne Featherstone in Hornsey and Wood Green on May 7.

Cllr Suhali Rahuja

With six weeks left until the general election, Tim Lamden speaks to the Conservative Party candidate hoping to topple Lynne Featherstone in Hornsey and Wood Green on May 7.

Gordon Peters. Picture: Polly Hancock.

With six weeks left until the general election, Tim Lamden speaks to the Green Party candidate hoping to topple Lynne Featherstone in Hornsey and Wood Green on May 7.

Police Officer Nicholas Lloyd at Tottenham Police Station

Haringey ‘supercop’ Nick Lloyd has been recognised twice in the Metropolitan Police’s annual awards.

The residents of Stamford Hill are predominately Hasidic Jewish and only New York has a larger community of Hasidic Jews outside Israel. The area contains approximately 50 synagogues and many shops cater specifically for the needs of Orthodox Jews. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

A drunken group of house party revellers tried to gain access to the synagogue in Stamford Hill, in what police are calling an ‘anti-Semitic’ attack.

Crime & Court

Wed, 11:45

Hundreds of criminals in Camden, Haringey and Westminster have been let off without any formal action over the past 15 months, official figures reveal.

Mon, 11:05
Police Officer Nicholas Lloyd at Tottenham Police Station

Haringey ‘supercop’ Nick Lloyd has been recognised twice in the Metropolitan Police’s annual awards.

Mon, 09:21
The residents of Stamford Hill are predominately Hasidic Jewish and only New York has a larger community of Hasidic Jews outside Israel. The area contains approximately 50 synagogues and many shops cater specifically for the needs of Orthodox Jews. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

A drunken group of house party revellers tried to gain access to the synagogue in Stamford Hill, in what police are calling an ‘anti-Semitic’ attack.

Health

Fri, 09:28

Chicken loving youngsters living in a deprived borough of North London may soon be able to buy healthy fried chicken, if two restaurateurs get the start-up capital they need.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Protestors at the Save St Ann's Hospital protest outside Haringey Civic Centre. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Campaigners have slammed councillors for approving plans to sell off two-thirds of Haringey’s mental health hospital for housing.

Monday, March 16, 2015
Health visitors based at the Whittington Hospital were involved in assessing Child D. Picture: Nigel Sutton

The serious case review into Child D paints a grim picture of an early upbringing in a family involved in “gang and drug-related violence” and underpinned by drug use, stints in prison and foster care.

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

Thu, 14:28

The election campaign officially starts at the end of March – but the battle for hearts, minds and votes started long ago. Political editor Annabelle Dickson sets out her guide

Thu, 06:45
Haringey Civic Centre in Wood Green. Picture: Lewis Whyld/PA Archive

Calls have been made to unmask the eight Haringey councillors who have failed to pay their council tax on time at least once in the past five years – five of them not coughing up until threatened with court.

Tue, 09:00
Clive Morrison

With six weeks left until the general election, Tim Lamden speaks to the Ukip candidate hoping to topple Lynne Featherstone in Hornsey and Wood Green on May 7.

Education

Friday, March 20, 2015

A team of students from Greig City Academy will be heading to the US to represent the UK after taking the trophy in a national robotics competition.

Friday, January 23, 2015
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.

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.

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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Scotland Yard confirmed it was looking into allegations made on the day the Top Gear presenter was axed.

The lights went off and the cameras came out.

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