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Get festive with Christmas crafts today.
Children are invited to meet Santa in a magical icy grotto.
Police have arrested and charged a man for attempting to abduct teenage schoolgirls.
A man who fired a gun into a pool hall before turning the weapon on police has been convicted.
Community leaders came together for a Hanukkah celebration.
Neighbourhood crimes have fallen over the last 18 months, police say.
A Hornsey pub has been bought by new company.
A metalwork factory is commemorating the centenary of the First World War with a new creation.
Police have made a fresh appeal for witnesses, a year after a woman fell to her death.
Motorcyclists raised more than £2,000 for neglected animals.
A community centre that was burnt to the ground in an arson attack is set to be replaced.
A group have hit out at Haringey Council’s treatment of community centre users.
The body of a man has been discovered in a river running between Hornsey and Wood Green.
Haringey kebab shops are in the running in a search for the nation’s best grills.
Cuts of more than £70 million will be considered when Haringey Council's cabinet meets tomorrow.
A locally-run market featuring food, arts and crafts will returns for a Christmas ‘winterfest’.
A group are encouraging people to an alternative ‘consultation’ over a community centre.
Your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead.
Transport for London has announced a half a million pound grant for Harringay.
Spurs have been fined €15,000 by UEFA following a pitch invasion.
More than 1.5 tonnes of food have been donated to Tesco by people across the borough.
Council tax in Haringey will be frozen for the sixth year running in from April 2015.
An “obsessive” man who stalked and stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death in the street has been sentenced to life in prison.
A man charged with murder following the fatal stabbing of a 23-year-old man will make his plea in the New Year.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for Greater London on Friday morning as the so-called ‘weatherbomb’ approaches.
A Haringey man has made it into the Met’s top twelve most wanted people.
A mother has received an award from the prime minister for helping children in developing countries.
A charity for the elderly are running a new information and advice service.
Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust has hit out at the FA cup match scheduling.
Christmas shoppers hitting the borough’s high streets this weekend will be in for an extra treat as Haringey Council waives parking charges.
Plans to transform north Tottenham have been agreed by councillors in their cabinet meeting.
Police were called to a fatal collision between a car and motorcyclist.
Alexandra Palace train station will be given step-free access thanks to extra government funding announced yesterday.
A pensioner who harassed, stalked and intimidated neighbours for 20 years has been jailed.
There are eight million more passengers now using the tube than this time last year, new figures reveal.
Spurs have announced their FA Cup third round tie at Burnley will be played on a Monday evening, despite there being no television coverage.
Two men are set to be jailed for dealing thousands of fake identity cards and certificates.
A total of 20 new jobs have been created at a learning centre.
Haringey is among the top six UK authorities for the quality of its secondary schools, a new report shows.
A Tottenham pub will hold its annual beer and carols session today.
A vintage market returns to the borough today.
A heroin dealer has been jailed for more than five years.
An autism charity will get a cash boost from a phone company.
Haringey’s London Assembly Member voiced her "disappointment" with a railway company.
Heavy rain will set in this evening before high winds hit north London overnight.
Haringey Borough Council’s leader has admitted she is “worried” about making millions of pounds of cuts to services.
A teenage sea cadet delivered a copy of a military group’s Christmas song to Downing Street.
An “obsessive” man who stalked and stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death in the street was today found guilty of murder.
Those who have “gone the extra mile” were celebrated in last night's Outstanding for All Awards.
A community safety group will meet to discuss violence against women and taser use in the borough.
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A WOOD Green school once threatened with closure is now "outstanding" with pupil grades improving quickly year upon year.