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Marcus Garvey Library temporary closing for refurbishments

Friends group claim to be "left in the dark" over library refurb as it sets to close for six months

The Night Tube was due to launch on September 12

Launch of Night Tube to be delayed

Sussex Police are hoping to trace Abil Abdullah to interview

Man wanted in connection with rape

Home Office bar on immigration detention centre visit is appalling, says MP

Home Office bar on immigration detention centre visit is appalling, says MP

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Annette Baker. Credit: Haringey Green Party

Green Party announces candidates for council by-elections

'The council just don't seem to care'

'The council just don't seem to care'

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Muswell Hill's Sam Meijer has just won an unprecedented Gold medal for Great Britain with his crew in the men's quads at the Junior World Championships in Rio.

Teenager takes historic rowing gold in Rio

More than 40 children awaiting adoption in Haringey

More than 40 children awaiting adoption in Haringey

A arge section of pavement along Muswell Hill has been taped off from the public.

Crime scene in place after woman raped

ADHD man tells his story
Carlos has ADHD. He's telling his story.
He's a personal trainer. 
The Carlos Method, 172 Long Lane, Finchley Central
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Man branded 'daydreamer' turns life around after ADHD diagnosis

Arthur Gorol, 36, was charged with the stabbing of Lukey Maxwell on Friday, June 5, but that case has now been dropped

Case dropped against man charged with murder of 22-year-old

Arrests after £90,000 of cigarettes, beer and cider found

Arrests after £90,000 of cigarettes, beer and cider found

Two cars overturned in one-way road collision

UPDATE: Parked car smashed into tree after being hit

Photo of the week: bee atop a daisy

Photo of the week: bee atop a daisy

Missing teenage girl found

Missing teenage girl found

Supermarket to host mini food festival

Supermarket to host mini food festival

Fraud crackdown saves taxpayer £216,000

Fraud crackdown saves taxpayer £216,000

Inquest into death of father whose body was found in river relisted

Inquest into death of father whose body was found in river relisted

Former football ground to be turned into homes

Former football ground to be turned into homes

Police are appealing for help to find Fathiya Geilani

Appeal launched to find missing 15-year-old girl

Photo from stock

London Fire Brigade to take part in monopoly board walk for charity

Concert to mark 100 years of orchestra

Concert to mark 100 years of orchestra

Tube fairs to be cut 20 per cent in pledge from mayoral candidate

Tube fares to be cut 20 per cent in pledge from mayoral candidate

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Do you look like your pet?

Do you look like your pet?

Credit: Dave Ziemann

Town hall is named asset of community value

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GCSE results

GCSE results

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Nearly £2,800 raised in memory of baby girl

Nearly £2,800 raised in memory of baby girl

A very happy and excited Darlene Benner 16 as she received her results

Emotions run high as pupils get their results

Marc Ellul, who has spearheaded the campaign to improve Wilbury Open Space

Neglected open space nears transformation

The teenagers pose for a selfie with the dragons

Teenagers meet the dragons

Last chance to catch final beer and food festival

Last chance to catch final beer and food festival

Five top tips for GCSE students receiving their results today

Five top tips for GCSE students receiving their results today

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Human rights lawyer branded rising star as he's shortlisted for award

Human rights lawyer branded rising star as she's shortlisted for award

Charity nominated for national prize

Charity nominated for national prize

Ageing water mains to be replaced this month

Ageing water mains to be replaced this month

The schools will tread the boards alongside singer-songwriter Manika Kaur.

Choral sounds will reign out as schools perform at charity concert

Cabinet member for economic development, social inclusion and sustainability Joe Goldberg has praised “a micro-manufacturing boom” and increase in opportunities in the borough

"People who live and work in Haringey have made clear that this corner of London is one of unity, promise and potential"

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Yellow bellied turtles and bearded dragons descend on shopping centre

Yellow bellied turtles and bearded dragons descend on shopping centre

Nautical and nice

Nautical and nice

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Masked man storms bookies in armed robbery

Masked man storms bookies in armed robbery

Photo of the week: peonies

Photo of the week: peonies

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Homeless charity holds health fair

Emmanuel Adjei, of Rheola Close, in High Road, was given a merit award for outstanding achievement after completing his degree in computer networking at University of Greenwich

Student claims 'outstanding achievement' award at graduation

A-level results day 2015

A-level results day 2015

Heather Cant, of Haringey, got A*A*A in English Language and Literature, Creative Writing, and Spanish

Student Oxford bound after high A level results

Takyiwa Danso

Charity worker: 'you need to address why people are angry'

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Abdullahi Hassan Abdullahi, 21, of Elthorne Road, was found on Friday, August 7, on Hornsey Road, wearing the mask and carrying a large bag

Samurai-wielding man pleads guilty

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Nadia Mousaid of Hornsey school (left) celebrating her results

Delight as students find out A level results

The wait is finally over to A Level pupils as they learn their results today

Wait is over for A Level students

Spurs legend Ledley King referees the game at the New River renovated sports centre

King takes to the whistle as he opens new sports centre

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