August 21 2014 Latest news:
A pre-Notting Hill Carnival ‘block party’ in Finsbury Park turned nasty on Wednesday night when a teenager was stabbed and a police officer was slashed in the face.
Overall services provided by the trust running North Middlesex Hospital “require improvement”, according to the national health watchdog.
The wait is almost over for hundreds of nervous teenagers in Haringey, who will pick up their GCSE results tomorrow morning - and the Journal is asking students to help share their celebrations with everyone.
Family, friends and colleagues will pay their respects to the late Cllr Pat Egan at a meeting to be held in his honour by Haringey Council.
Muswell Hill’s secondary schools have topped the Haringey A-level league table this year, with Alexandra Park School closing the gap on its rival.
A Haringey headteacher has warned pupils going through clearing to “very carefully consider” their future - as the tide turned in their favour for the first time.
The steering committee of the Haringey Disability First Consortium will meet tomorrow to outline the group’s mission, aims and values - and all are welcome.
A Tottenham man who was part of a gang who smashed their way into a luxury watch shop in Stratford’s Westfield shopping centre has been jailed for eight years.
The owners of the former home of the “father of meteorology” Luke Howard - who named the clouds - are planning to build a steel-and-glass box on the roof of the Grade II-listed structure.
DIY superstore Homebase is planning to open a cafe in its store in Harringay’s Arena retail park, according to papers lodged with Haringey Council.
An air raid shelter that may have provided protection for workers at Tottenham’s former Triumph factory has been unearthed by Thames Water engineers less than a metre below the entrance to an industrial estate.
The family of a man who may never recover from his injuries after being brutally asasulted have made an emotional appeal for help to trace those responsible and for a potential key witness to come forward.
A former professional wrestler who spotted the need for a cycling club to inspire Haringey youngsters more than two decades before it became one of Britain’s biggest sports, was given a two-wheeled guard of honour as his coffin made its final journey.
Nominations have opened for anyone interested in standing for election as a councillor in Wood Green’s Woodside ward, following the death of Pat Egan last month.
The grass-roots fight to stop the sell-off of two thirds of an NHS hospital site for housing is holding a campaign meeting tonight.
A 22-year-old man is to be hauled before magistrates over the pitch invasion during Saturday’s match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham at Upton Park.
New safety measures will be brought in at a busy junction that borders Finsbury Park after residents called for action.
An exhibition exploring Alexandra Palace’s little-known role in the First World War will open almost exactly 100 years to the day that the first Belgium refugees walked into the Great Hall.
Wood Green vet Sam Barley explains the risks to your pets of the summer heat - and what you can do to help them cope with it.
A by-election to fill the seat left by Labour’s late councillor Pat Egan will be held on October 2, it has been confirmed.
Wood Green sports bar The Westbury is to be spruced up by its new owners in a £400,000 overhaul.
Police have issued CCTV images of a man and a woman after a train passenger was viciously beaten in an unprovoked attack in Tottenham.
Tottenham’s Bethan Thomas is, according to Hornsey School for Girls’ headteacher Carol Jones, the embodiment of the school’s vision.
Liberal Democrat MP Lynne Featherstone has defiantly proclaimed “I will work hard and win” at next year’s General Election – insisting she will see off her Labour rival.
Students were celebrating this morning as they picked up their A-level and equivalent exam results in Haringey.
Cllr Claire Kober, leader of Haringey Council, wishes the borough’s A-level students luck as they pick up their results today.
A 25-year-old man from Tottenham has been jailed for six years for his part in a spree of burglaries and thefts from cars in Hertfordshire.
Teenagers are gearing up to find out if they have got into their chosen universities on A-level results day tomorrow - but what happens if students don’t get the grades they need?
Plans for an NHS mental health trust to convert two-thirds of a hospital site into housing fail in their legal duty to account for residents’ future health needs, say campaigners.
The anxious wait is nearly over for Haringey’s A Level students, their parents and teachers as exam results are due to be revealed tomorrow - amid warnings from the exams regulator that schools will see “variability” in results.
A high-speed police chase that saw a “violent criminal” kill two of his friends when he crashed his car into a bridge was not the fault of the officers in pursuit, an investigation has found.
Six family members face jail for their involvement in the theft of more than 150 catalytic converters from cars in Brent and across London.
Police are hunting a rapist described as having ‘hamster-like cheeks’ and elongated teeth who strangled a woman and threatened her with a knife in a Haringey park.
Police are holding a third suspect in custody today after the head of the force made an arrest while giving a radio interview in Tottenham yesterday.
The Hornsey and Wood Green MP outlines why a visit to her annual apprenticeship event will be a wise move for those looking for a head start in their careers.
More than 80 youngsters are learning how to fly in one of the most ambitious projects yet for Haringey’s leading inclusive youth theatre, Shed.
Children were evacuated from a ward at North Middlesex Hospital after a fox fell through the roof.
The head of the Metropoloitan Police chased down and arrested a suspected phone thief in the middle of a radio interview in Tottenham earlier today.
Members of an Indian cricket team are preparing to launch a “Summer To Remember” for young people in Tottenham on Friday, inspiring and encouraging kids through sport.
A man has died after being hit by a train at Tottenham’s Northumberland Park station.
Up to 150 people turned out to see and hear from great characters in the conscientious objector movement last night, on the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Simon Collins speaks to a Tottenham war veteran on the eve of his reinvigorated campaign to have the government recognise Gulf War Syndrome as a genuine medical condition.
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