Council News Archive - October 2022
Owners of Oz Sultan, an off-licence in Wood Green have been fined over £2,000 after selling alcohol to an underage minor and stocking illegal tobacco.
The community has joined together to help plant Haringey’s first tiny forest as part of council efforts to tackle climate change.
Coach Hesketh Benoit has been running basketball sessions for children and young people at Duckett's Common as part of our broad range of free or low-cost activities, courses and events this Octobe
Ahead of Islamophobia Awareness Month, Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Jobs and Community Cohesion, Councillor Adam Jogee led representatives of Haringey Council at a meeting at the London
Cases of flu have climbed quickly in the past week in England, suggesting the season has begun earlier than normal.
Dozens of residential streets in West Green and central Tottenham will be reclaimed for the community when a new low traffic neighbourhood trial launches in the east of the borough next month.
St Ann’s Library is to close from 2 November 2022 until the end of January 2023 to allow essential building works to take place.
Responding to the Chancellor’s comments about the cap on household energy bills being cut, Leader of Haringey Council, Cllr Peray Ahmet, has issued a statement on the impact this will have on resid
Residents on the Noel Park Estate have been given an insight into how their homes will be transformed.
The Leader of Haringey Council, Cllr Peray Ahmet, paid a visit to Stroud Green Primary School on Wednesday (12 October 2022) to see the fantastic work being done there to support Haringey children
As the Cost of Living keeps rising and families face soaring bills over the winter months, Haringey Council is continuing to put strong measures in place to ensure residents get the vital support t
Haringey is marking National Hate Crime Awareness Week with a series of activities to educate and take action against hate in our communitie
As the Cost of Living keeps rising, we're continuing to work together as a community to ensure no resident goes without this winter.
Our Black History Haringey 365 programme was launched with an event at Wood Green Library on Monday.