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A Muswell Hill mum is at her wits’ end over an overwhelming smell of sewage in her council house because of badly done plumbing.

Businesses in Crouch End are unhappy after Haringey Council leased off part of Priory Park to a Christmas tree selling company.

Mothers from Muswell Hill and Highgate have spoken out in favour of a national campaign to improve mental health care for new mums as research shows care for those in Haringey needs to improve.

It was a powerful and moving show of unity this Armistice Day.

Haringey Council is preparing to downsize the beleaguered Osborne Grove care home following a reprieve earlier this year that apparently saved it from closure.

Dawn Barnes will be looking to upset the odds as she has been reselected as Lib Dem candidate for the Hornsey and Wood Green seat.

Haringey parents will continue to fight for “fairer funding” for schools following the chancellor’s autumn budget.

Muswell Hill library is holding an event celebrating the refugee contribution to Haringey this weekend.

Haringey is “prostituting” Finsbury Park out for Wireless Festival and should scrap the event, neighbours argued at a licensing sub-committee meeting last night.

When the Conservative Liberal Democrat coalition announced plans to introduce Universal Credit back in 2010, they said that merging six existing benefits into one would reduce child poverty, simplify the social security system and ensure work always pays.

Hornsey and Wood Green MP Catherine West has criticised “shortsighted” plans to close Muswell Hill’s Royal Mail delivery office, while locals say the plans are “very concerning”.

Tulip Siddiq’s Hampstead and Kilburn seat could be under threat as the final boundary commission proposals see the new Hampstead seat take in a number of Conservative areas.

Parliament broke for the summer with the government hanging on a thread, the Vote Leave campaign (led by Boris Johnson and Michael Gove) fined for electoral fraud and the Brexit secretary confirming plans to stockpile food, medicines and blood in preparation for crashing out of the EU with no deal.

A Crouch End high street favourite is bidding to do its bit for the environment, by introducing reusable coffee cups.

Catherine West took the plunge into Park Road Lido as she visited the pool at the weekend, to help mark the formation of the Park Road Lido User’s Group.

The Whittington Hospital today confirmed it will abandon a regeneration agreement made with Ryhurst, whose parent company Rydon worked on Grenfell Tower before last June’s fire.

An innocent father-of-two has been wrongly branded a terrorist after armed anti-terror police stormed his flat in a mistaken raid.

The newly franchised Crouch End Post Office is to reopen on Monday.

The local community are involved to sample sporting games for adults and children at Shepherds Cot’s unique surroundings on June 24

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

The victim of a terrifying violent moped mugging has launched a campaign to raise awareness of “viscious” street crime in the capital.

Despite a strong showing in Camden, Labour’s defeat in Barnet and loss of seats in Haringey leaves the Party with questions to answer.

Current deputy leader Cllr Joseph Ejiofor said Claire Kober’s flagship policy “does not provide the answer” on housing in the borough.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Ham&High readers this week.

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