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Yesterday, 18:12

A man who threatened to burn down a bus packed with Jewish women and children has been jailed for five months for his anti-Semitic tirade.

Eastenders star Rudolph Walker supports the campaign.

A health campaign to highlight the greater risks of middle-aged black men developing prostate cancer has been launched specifically targeting Haringey, one of six boroughs where the cancer rates are above the national average.

Kevin Fenton

The national director of health and wellbeing for Public Health England on the facts behind prostate cancer - which kills nearly one in 10 black men.

Hit and runs have risen across the capital.

Almost one pedestrian a week was injured in a hit and run in Haringey last year, new figures reveal.

The seven men are banned from the Love Lane estate.

Seven men have been banned from entering a Tottenham estate after residents’ lives were made a misery by their drug dealing and vandalism.

Planned engineering work could affect your journey this weekend.

There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.

The first £15.8billion cross-London Crossrail tunnel. Picture: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire

Proposals to protect the viability of the second Crossrail route underneath London by annexing land that might be needed have been backed by Haringey Council.

Lynne Featherstone accepts her award from Ben Cohen, chief executive and founder of Pink News.

Hornsey and Wood Green MP Lynne Featherstone has been named the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community’s “ally of the year” by Pink News, the biggest gay news service in Britain.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the robbery.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was dragged along the pavement by a robber trying to wrench her handbag from her.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 18:12

A man who threatened to burn down a bus packed with Jewish women and children has been jailed for five months for his anti-Semitic tirade.

Yesterday, 13:48
Hit and runs have risen across the capital.

Almost one pedestrian a week was injured in a hit and run in Haringey last year, new figures reveal.

Yesterday, 12:00
The seven men are banned from the Love Lane estate.

Seven men have been banned from entering a Tottenham estate after residents’ lives were made a misery by their drug dealing and vandalism.

Health

Yesterday, 18:10

A health campaign to highlight the greater risks of middle-aged black men developing prostate cancer has been launched specifically targeting Haringey, one of six boroughs where the cancer rates are above the national average.

Yesterday, 18:08
Kevin Fenton

The national director of health and wellbeing for Public Health England on the facts behind prostate cancer - which kills nearly one in 10 black men.

Wed, 09:41
Just over a third of children in Camden and Haringey are living in poverty, new figures show

Children living in Camden and Haringey are enduring some of the highest levels of deprivation in the country.

Environment

Monday, October 13, 2014

An eco-friendly “green wall” is set to be installed outside Wood Green library as part of works to spruce up one of the country’s most popular lending destinations.

Friday, October 10, 2014
The nighttime nightmare of overflowing bins in Tottenham. Picture: Martin Ball

Resident Martin Ball relives a harrowing, litter-strewn traipse through Tottenham in the hope the council will stand by their word.

Thursday, October 2, 2014
The new artwork under the bridge in West Green Road.

Silhouettes of school students picking from the array of exotic fruits available from nearby shops have been unveiled in the second of a series of artworks bringing new colour into the area.

Politics

Yesterday, 06:30

Proposals to protect the viability of the second Crossrail route underneath London by annexing land that might be needed have been backed by Haringey Council.

Thu, 17:45
Lynne Featherstone accepts her award from Ben Cohen, chief executive and founder of Pink News.

Hornsey and Wood Green MP Lynne Featherstone has been named the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community’s “ally of the year” by Pink News, the biggest gay news service in Britain.

Mon, 10:00
Catherine West, Labour's parliamentary candidate in Hornsey and Wood Green.

The Labour candidate for Hornsey and Wood Green on the triumphs of the Human Rights Act - and why the Tories would be foolish to repeal it.

Education

Tue, 06:45

The brightest new lights in Haringey in street dance, singing, circus, art and contemporary dance will be showing off their skills in a special arts festival that returns for the second year running this weekend.

Mon, 15:55
The first apprentices inspect the new premises for the John McAslan + Partners hub in Tottenham High Road.

Apprentices heading to a globally-renowned architecture practice have landed an early glimpse of their new Tottenham workplace that will act as a design hub offering placements and training to local people.

Friday, October 24, 2014
Julie Davies, Haringey NUT secretary, has been suspended by the council.

Teachers have voted to walk out on strike in two Haringey secondary schools after the half-term break in protest at the treatment of one of their union reps and a fall-out with headteachers.

Heritage

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Dozens of events from film screenings to workshops are taking place in Haringey to mark Black History Month.

Thursday, October 2, 2014
An artist's impression street-level view of a revived Wards Corner, according to the community plan.

A network of nearly 50 groups rooted in Tottenham are banding together to lay on a week of events, talks and exhibitions in a bid to highlight their collective power, concern and ability to shape the future of the area.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The east court as it could look in a few years.

Alexandra Palace has unveiled the latest designs for its multi-million pound regeneration project as it starts to welcome the public through its doors to hear their views.

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The billionaire businessman is joining his team in the Mojave desert.

“Space is hard and today was a tough day.”

One pilot is dead and another seriously injured after the craft exploded over the Mojave desert.

One pilot has died and another is seriously injured after a rocket belonging to billionaire Sir Richard Branson’s space tourism venture crashed during a test flight. Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo rocket came down in the Mojave Desert in California. An eyewitness reported that the craft exploded in flight after ignition. A Virgin Galactic spokesman said the […]