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Young creativity brightens up the shadows

Publication date: Wednesday 1 October 2014
Silhouettes of local school students picking the exotic fruits available on one of Tottenham’s best shopping streets have been unveiled in the second of a series of artworks bringing new colour into the area.

Mental health awareness campaign launched

Publication date: Wednesday 1 October 2014
An art exhibition, football match, and bike ride are among events taking place next week to raise awareness and change attitudes towards mental health.

New online stop smoking service launches in Haringey

Publication date: Tuesday 30 September 2014
Smokers in Haringey will be able to use the power of modern technology to help them kick the habit - via a new online face-to-face consultation service that is launching this week.

Bookies forced to pay out... for leaving their rubbish on our streets

Publication date: Monday 29 September 2014
Bookmakers Paddy Power took a gamble when it decided to leave rubbish festering on a Tottenham Street – and has paid the price in court.

Update on Colney Hatch Lane Roadworks

Publication date: Friday 26 September 2014
Extra measures have been put in place to ensure residents and motorists in the Muswell Hill area have a smoother journey while roadworks are ongoing.

South Tottenham school completes 'Outstanding' turnaround

Publication date: Tuesday 23 September 2014
Pupils' "love of learning" has helped Crowland Primary School in south Tottenham to become the latest Haringey school to be rated as 'Outstanding' by Ofsted inspectors.

Open space at the centre of vision for north Tottenham

Publication date: Tuesday 23 September 2014
A groundbreaking public square and amphitheatre could become the heart of north Tottenham’s community life as part of exciting regeneration proposals launched this week.

Haringey takes pride in recovery from addiction

Publication date: Tuesday 23 September 2014
Haringey residents turned out in force on Friday to celebrate recovery from drug and alcohol addiction in the annual Recovery Pride event at the Caribbean Edge restaurant in Tottenham.

Mountain of insect-infested dough seized from supplier

Publication date: Tuesday 23 September 2014
More than 20,000 kilos of dough was seized from a Tottenham retailer after Haringey Council inspectors discovered it was riddled with maggots and insects.

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