Pentecost (19 May 2013)
Hymns at Solemn Mass: 137, Gloria 2, 139, 140, 142 Response to the Psalm: Send forth your Spirit, O ...
May 19 2013 Latest news:
Haringey Council has announced plans to introduce 20mph zones across the borough to make the roads “safer” - just months after the idea was dismissed for costing too much.
The rainbow flag is proudly flying outside Haringey Civic Centre on Friday as the borough shows its support for International Day Against Homophobia.
More than £1,700 was raised by children, parents and staff of a Harringay school in aid of the crisis in Syria.
A project to transform derelict wasteland in Tottenham has received a funding boost of more than £30,000.
A ‘truly remarkable’ Tottenham primary school teacher has reached the final of a national teaching competition.
A Tottenham man was part of an armed mob which stabbed an innocent man to death in a children’s playground at the height of a gang war, a court heard yesterday.
This week, a public consultation began into possible routes for a £16 billion Crossrail 2 line spanning London. Our blogger Rod Anderson looks at the plans and their potential impact in Haringey
A four-day family show celebrating the hard work and dedication of mums across London launched at Alexandra Palace.
In her monthly blog, cllr Claire Kober takes a look at the High Road West scheme, which is open to public feedback and could help to regenerate the area around White Hart Lane stadium
A community campaigner from Tottenham is refusing to pay his council tax in protest against the benefit cap.
Take part in pedalo races, enjoy a “long lunch” or float in the skies above one of London’s most iconic buildings as Alexandra Park celebrates 150 years of the extraordinary this summer.
Joe Hopkins is the Youth Parliament member for Haringey. In his monthly blog, he takes a look at youth participation here and how it compares to our European neighbours
A three-year project to get Tottenham residents playing sport will kick off this summer after it was awarded almost £250,000 in lottery funding.
Building bonds between the police, youngsters and the community will be the focus at the launch of the inaugural junior volunteer police cadet programme in Tottenham.
A teenager stabbed a man to death in Burger King after a gang brawl broke out at a Wood Green Cinema, a court heard today.
Two men have been charged after a man was stabbed in Tottenham.
Tottenham heroes from the past and present will have their remarkable achievements celebrated this week.
“Some of the people who come to us have not eaten for three days – just imagine what that is like”
The man responsible for the White Hart Lane pitch takes the Journal through his match-day routine, and gives an insight into life at Spurs’ world class training ground
It wasn’t quite the hottest day of the year – but the perfect spring weather on Bank Holiday Monday saw parks across Tottenham packed out with sun-seekers.
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