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A significant spike in the number of emergency mental health calls received by the London Ambulance Service (LAS) has led it to employ specialist nurses in its call centre.
Volunteers armed themselves with shears to cut back brambles on a beloved nature reserve.
Hornsey Housing Trust has voted against voluntary participation in the extension of the Right to Buy scheme to housing association properties.
At first glance, everything is just as it seems on the Parkland Walk nature reserve with its teeming wildlife and woodlands.
A controversial Wetherspoon pub is opening next week on Muswell Hill Broadway.
A North London cricket coach has flown to Rwanda to help fight the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
A loophole allowing families to get their children into the most popular primary schools despite living miles outside catchment areas is set to be closed by Haringey Council following complaints from parents and carers.
A 40 year old man has been charged with possession of an offensive weapon and grievous bodily harm.
The author of popular children’s book series Charlie and Lola signed books and gave an assembly for young pupils.
A young explorer returned from an expedition to the Antarctic to share his experiences with a Highgate audience.
Four African children were found by a stranger and taken to Haringey council
Thousands of people have called for a duck to be re-instated on a proposed statue of great railway engineer, Sir Nigel Gresley.
A consultant breast cancer specialist at the Royal Free hospital has developed a cookbook aimed at patients.
Hundreds of police community support officers have received a stay of execution as Met Police bosses pushed back a decision on their fate until the end of the year.
It was a bittersweet moment as the small team of staff and volunteers of Lauderdale House loaded up the moving van with furniture in the final days before the doors were locked for a year on Sunday.
This was the dramatic scene today after a car crashed into a charity shop in Stroud Green, reportedly narrowly missing an elderly man.
Alexandra Park has been showered with praise after picking up two awards for excellence at the London in Bloom competition.
A nursery is celebrating being judged as outstanding for the second time in four years.
Police arrived at Sydney Road to find a 34-year-old man with a stab wound to his chest.
Renowned writer Caitlin Moran and her husband, Peter Paphides, have been overwhelmed by the support they received for their musical campaign to help refugees.
Finance chiefs have been slammed for handing £15m from the sale of council homes back to the government instead of building new homes with the cash.
A historic house hosted a party to mark its imminent year-long closure as it prepares for an extensive renovation project.
Crouch Enders came together in song to raise £822 in just one hour for the Save the Children campaign
Haringey’s controversial new logo and re-branding was revealed officially on Monday after they were leaked to the press on Friday.
A huge £900,000 budget has been put in place to install a “ludicrous” number of controversial 20mph speed limit signs across Haringey.
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