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April 23 2014 Latest news:
Haringey Council is once again in the firing line after it was revealed it stopped a group of abused siblings seeing each other - despite a High Court ruling to the contrary.
More people challenged parking fines in Haringey than anywhere else in the country last year after the council dished out penalties to drivers worth a “shocking” £6.2million.
Nearly 250 Haringey children will not be starting reception at a primary school of their choice in September, figures released today have revealed.
Juggling is difficult. Juggling while balancing on a giant football is even more difficult. Adding in a “keepie-upie” at the same time, and the feat moves into the realms of the impossible.
Residents wanting to stand for a seat in next month’s Haringey Council elections are being reminded to apply now.
Haringey residents are being encouraged to make an “eggs-tra effort” to recycle this Easter holiday.
Lynne Featherstone, MP for Hornsey and Wood Green, calls on residents to vote for change in May’s council elections.
Andreas Koumi, manager of youth charity Exposure, hopes for a revolution against the ‘adult oppression’ to secure young people’s civil rights.
Eighteen suspected gang members were arrested during dawn raids in Haringey in an ongoing crackdown on gang crime across the capital.
Nicky Jacobs, the man cleared yesterday of killing PC Keith Blakelock during the 1985 Tottenham riots, has been released from prison.
Bungling contractors are being hauled in front of council bosses after a litany of mistakes came to light – including wrong-shaped speed bumps, lines in the wrong place and a “wrong way round” roundabout.
It has been a long road to justice for Nicky Jacobs. Arrested over the murder of PC Keith Blakelock just five days after he was hacked to death on October 6, 1985, it was 28 years before he was charged with murder.
Prosecutors were forced to go to extraordinary lengths to protect the anonymity of its three key witnesses as - it can be reported for the first time - there was a “snitch list” in circulation naming suspected informants.
The Metropolitan Police’s assistant commissioner Mark Rowley has said it is “not too late” for witnesses to PC Keith Blakelock’s brutal murder to come forward, after Nicky Jacobs was this afternoon cleared of his killing by a jury.
After 27 years, Nicky Jacobs’ defence barrister can today add a second successful acquittal to his involvement with the PC Blakelock murder.
An Old Bailey jury has this afternoon cleared Nicky Jacobs of the murder of PC Keith Blakelock during the Broadwater Farm Riots.
Police have issued a warning to residents in Haringey after a spate of bogus callers talked their way into people’s home and made off with cash, jewellery and even clothes.
The Ham & High’s gardening correspondent finds out what it is that helped this Tottenham community garden become an award-winning space.
The first gay grooms to tie the knot in Haringey spoke of their “joy” today at securing their place in history and helping spread the acceptance of same-sex marriage.
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