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Carbon-cutting council cuts emissions by third

Publication date: Friday 19 December 2014
A pioneering commitment to slash Haringey Council’s carbon emissions by 40 per cent is ahead of schedule - with CO2 slashed by 11 percent in the last year alone.

Christmas cheers for free parking

Publication date: Thursday 18 December 2014
Christmas shoppers hitting the borough's high streets this weekend will be in for an extra treat - as Haringey Council waives parking charges.

Strong support for north Tottenham's future

Publication date: Wednesday 17 December 2014
Groundbreaking plans to transform north Tottenham with thousands of new homes, open space and leisure facilities have been agreed after receiving strong backing from residents.

Building a Stronger Haringey Together - consultation open

Publication date: Wednesday 17 December 2014
Proposals for how best the council and the community can build a stronger Haringey together in the face of unprecedented funding cuts are now open for consultation.

Pensioner's reign of terror ends in jail

Publication date: Tuesday 16 December 2014
A pensioner who harassed, stalked and intimidated Muswell Hill residents during a reign of terror lasting nearly 20 years, has been jailed.

Tough action against twilight tipping

Publication date: Monday 15 December 2014
A night time fly-tip proved costly for one Tottenham businessman, after he was forced to pay out nearly £1,000 for trying to dump his rubbish under cover of darkness.

Haringey tops the table in Ofsted's Annual Report

Publication date: Monday 15 December 2014
Haringey has come top of a table ranking the numbers of pupils attending Good or Outstanding secondary schools in Ofsted’s 2014 Annual Report released last week.

Bookmakers gamble with waste collection times...and lose

Publication date: Friday 12 December 2014
The odds that Haringey Council would take tough action were slashed when a bookmakers left rubbish out on a Tottenham Street.

Next steps for new school places in Haringey

Publication date: Friday 12 December 2014
New places at two of Haringey's most popular primary schools moved a step closer yesterday as the council opted to take forward plans to expand St Mary's and Bounds Green schools.

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