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Girl fell to death on bungee jump after mishearing Spanish instructor’s English 

26 Jun

Vera Mole plunged to her death (Picture: CEN) A teenager fell to her death when she bungee jumped off a bridge without being secured to anything, after she misunderstood her instructor’s ‘very bad’ English, according to court papers.

£10,000 raised for acid attack victim Resham Khan in just one day 

26 Jun

Resham was attacked on her 21st birthday (Picture: Go Fund Me) A fundraising campaign to help a student and her cousin who were victims of a devastating acid attack on her 21st birthday, has raised £10,000 in just one day.

People are spreading distressing hoax stories about a baby being found alive in Grenfell Tower 

26 Jun

This is a fake news website Someone has set up a fake website in order to spread an extremely distressing hoax about a baby being found alive in Grenfell Tower.

Laser makes the brightest light ever on Earth – a billion times brighter than the sun 

26 Jun

Diocles laser (Picture: University of Nebraska-Lincoln) Up until now, lasers in real life haven’t really lived up to their billing in Hollywood movies – but scientists just switched on one a billion times brighter than the sun.

Man jailed for falling asleep during bondage sex that led to partner’s death 

26 Jun

Kevin Adams has been jailed for two years for gross negligence manslaughter (Picture: SWNS) A man has been jailed for two years after he fell asleep during a drug-fuelled bondage sex game and left his tied-up partner to die with a gas mask around his...

Restaurant owner challenges anyone to eat his sausage in four bites 

26 Jun

No-one criticises James Black’s hot dogs and gets away with it (Picture: Mercury Press) A restaurant owner has issued a challenge after a customer on Tripadvisor claimed his hot dogs could be eaten in ‘four bites’.

Warning as ‘Britain’s most dangerous plant’ Giant Hogweed spreads in heatwave 

26 Jun

Fear the Hogweed (Picture Getty) Last week’s heatwave has sparked an explosion of ‘Britain’s most dangerous plant’ – toxic giant Hogweed, which can cause severe burns and even blindness.

Minute’s silence held across country for victims of Finsbury Park terror attack 

26 Jun

As part of UK-wide minute's silence, Islington remembers everyone affected by the Finsbury Park terror attack pic.

Theresa May reaches deal with DUP to prop up minority government 

26 Jun

The agreement will see an extra £1billion allocated to Northern Ireland over two years (Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire) Theresa May has agreed a deal with the DUP that will give the minority Conservative government the support it needs to pass ...

Imam hailed for his bravery in the Finsbury Park attack 

26 Jun

Mohammed Mahmoud, 30, (pictured) stepped in when an angry crowd attempted to 'kick and punch' 47-year-old suspect Darren Osborne in Finsbury Park earlier this month.

Hero Finsbury Park mosque imam described by friends as 'London lad who loves biryanis' 

25 Jun

The hero imam who guarded the Finsbury Park mosque terror suspect until police came to detain him has been described by friends as a London lad who loves biryanis.

Woman and her cousin badly hurt after random acid attack on her 21st birthday 

24 Jun

Resh Khan spoke out about the incident (Picture: Twitter) A young woman has spoken out after she and her cousin were targeted in a random acid attack on her 21st birthday.

Vintage photos of Ascot reveal the races looked very different a century ago 

24 Jun

Historic photographs taken at the Royal Ascot, some over 100 years old, show just how much the races have changed over time.

Three children and two adults electrocuted at Turkish water park 

24 Jun

Gokay Yildirim was just 12 years old (Picture: Enterprise) The five people killed when they were electrocuted at a water park have been pictured.

War veteran, 95, in heartbreaking appeal to find lost WWII medals 

24 Jun

The war veteran misplaced his medals in a motorway toilet (Picture: Blind Veterans UK/PA Wire) A war veteran who lost his World War Two medals at a motorway service station has made an emotional appeal for their return.

Pregnant woman hounded by 85-year-old stalker who broke into her home 

24 Jun

Michael Moss 84-year-old who stalked a nurse (Picture: MEN) A woman was hounded by an elderly stalker in a four-year ordeal.

Man jumps out of closet with knife and is shot dead by cop in scary bodycam video 

23 Jun

WARNING: Distressing content Terrifying bodycam footage has been released showing the moment a cop shot dead a knife-wielding man in Las Vegas.

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Fire safety drop-in sessions for high-rise tower blocks 

23 Jun

Everyone will be concerned following the tragic events at Grenfell Tower on the 14 June 2017.

Invitation and early ideas for a new Masterplan for Haringey Heartlands 

22 Jun

Residents will be receiving an update from St.

Restoring the Moselle is essential for our community and the means to end pollution 

22 Jun

PMRA has always been interested in opening up the Moselle in Wood Green, co-chair Marcus Ballard told Monday night’s meeting at the Big Green Bookshop.

Argumentation Englisch Unser Autoren Abdeckung Jeder Ihre Ausnahmen Und Wunsche GhostWriterHilfe Gute Qualitat 

21 Jun

Vorlage Word Hausarbeit Jura Vor ein paar Tagen Ich fand mich Studium eine einreichen über Druck Gesundheit und Fitness Ausstattung Mags i wurde ekstatisch anzuzeigen der Tatsache, dass gesundheitsbezogene Fachleute wirklich tun bestätigen der Wert...

Table Tennis Competition: Sunday 2 July, 12.30 

20 Jun

  Calling all table tennis fans! Come and take part in an exciting tournament at the Myddleton Road Festival on Sunday 2 July – the knockout competition starts at 12.30.

Lake User Survey 

20 Jun

Dear All, please follow this link to fill in our lake user survey, needed for future funding purposes.

Start Scale Grow 

20 Jun

If you have not already come to one of the workshops there is still time to register your interest and attend the last two at 639.

Ebooks Vs. Document Books The Professionals and Cons 

19 Jun

That you do not have to charge for software packages How do individuals make money from applications that are free? We outline five excellent methods you can make a free software make you money.

Measures to Variable Thinking 

19 Jun

Disclaimer: products All slogans, organization names, model names, trademarks, and images utilized in this short article will be the house in their respective owners.

Why Pupils Should Buy Phrase Paperwork On the web 

14 Jun

Why Pupils Should Buy Phrase Paperwork On the web School assignment is surely an unbiased educative investigation of the university student.

Salsa With Sureka 

12 Jun

Get your mid-week Salsa fix this Wednesday in Bounds Green...

Come and help with gardening: Sunday 18th June, 2.30 – 4.30 p.m. 

11 Jun

Finsbury Gardeners, Sunday 18th  June 2.30-4.30 p.

Woodside solar share offer now fully subscribed 

10 Jun

Great news – our solar offer to put panels on roofs at Woodside High School in Wood Green is now fully subscribed.

The way to write down a plan of technological study task 

10 Jun

The way to write down a plan of technological study task The basis of your offered approach to creating a strategy of scientific analysis project is definitely the reasoning of writing a scientific write-up, which pinpoints the primary factors that ...

STarT produce Community Masterplan for St Anns Site 

8 Jun


March & Demonstration against HGV contract to Lend Lease – Mon 3rd July 2017 

8 Jun

Update from the Stop HGV Campaign The March and Demonstration will now happen on Monday 3rd July 2017 5.30pm – 6pm Assemble at Ducketts Common Turnpike Lane 6pm March along Wood Green High Road to Wood Green Civic Centre 6.30pm Rally outside Wood ...

And now, it’s time to vote 

7 Jun

As we prepare to go to the polls, we’d like to thank the candidates of the three main parties for coming to our hustings and giving us the opportunity to meet them.

Myddleton Road Community Garden Summer Party, Saturday 17th June 

7 Jun

This year’s entertainment includes live music from The Phoenix Collective, face painting, kids arts and crafts and games for all.

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Grenfell Tower Residents – You Are Not Alone 

26 Jun

“When society places hundreds of proletarians in such a position that they inevitably meet a too early and an unnatural death, one which is quite as much a death by violence as that by the sword or bullet; its deed is murder just as surely as the ...

Haringey Council – double vision 

21 Jun

A friend, Mr P, came to see Mr Mustard today and he brought with him the above PCNs.

Another Election – Will Voting Make Things Better 

5 Jun

Theresa May called an election supposedly so she can deliver us a 'strong and stable' future with Brexit.

Rough Sleeping Is Not A Crime 

1 May

Over the last few months, the police and Home Office have been systematically arresting, detaining and deporting  European Economic Area  ( EEA )  national rough sleepers.

Enfield Council in time travel trouble. 

16 Feb

Mr Mustard complained about the use of the non-statutory pre-debt reminder to Enfield Council on 26 January.

Enterprise Car Club – why Mr Mustard won’t join it 

7 Feb

Mr Mustard has helped a few motorists with PCNs after they have rented a car, both from car rental firms and from car clubs, which are sometimes not clubs but commercial outfits calling themselves a club.

Letting agents and the Localism Act 

19 Dec

After going through the stress of becoming homeless, everyone ought to end up somewhere safe and secure.

Are Bus Drivers, Driving For Uber When They Finish Their Shift ? …by Jim Thomas 

19 Dec

Major incident last night outside the Royal Garden Hotel.

Enfield Council mend their ways 

15 Dec

Mr Mustard carefully explains to his clients, and sets out in his written guide (to be updated and published as an ebook shortly) the steps in the Penalty Charge process.

PayPoint aka NoPayPoint 

13 Dec

A perfect storm led to me getting today's PCN.

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Politicians »

The Mayor, my Poppa & hope for 2017 

26 Dec

Crouch End Cllr Natan Doron writes about his political highlight of 2016 2016 has been a testing year for the idea of open and tolerant societies.

Refugee Housing Appeal in Haringey 

28 Nov

As a borough, Haringey is taking the lead in London on the refugee crisis.

HTH Update: A response to community concerns 

11 Oct

On 30th September we updated Crouch End on the announcement of a preferred bidder to secure the future of Hornsey Town Hall.

Hornsey Town Hall Update 

30 Sep

We’ve reached a major milestone in the procurement process to secure a viable future for Hornsey Town Hall.

Public meeting on crime & safety in Crouch End 

9 Sep

Crime and safety are always issues that come up when we’re out on the doorstep in Crouch End.

Park Road Leisure Centre: Investment and Improvements 

12 Aug

Park Road Leisure Centre is one of four local leisure centres in Haringey.

Cllr Sarah Elliott Joins Labour 

11 Aug

I have lived in this area and been a part of our community for 30 years.

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LocalGov »

Stone wall on raised grassy area is damaged., 26th June 

26 Jun

The stone wall on the raised grassy area is damaged.

Wall falling down, 26th June 

26 Jun

A high concrete wall on the corner of Alexandra Park Road is leaning over and could fall onto somebody walking on the pavement.

Applied Behaviour Analysis 

26 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Arianne O'Donnell on 26 June 2017 .

Applied Behaviour Analysis 

26 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Arianne O'Donnell on 26 June 2017 .

Applied Behaviour Analysis 

26 Jun

Internal review request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Arianne O'Donnell on 26 June 2017 .

Copy of Haringey investment prospectus made for MIPIM 2017 

26 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Ruth Gordon on 26 June 2017 .

Library Service Users and Book Loan Figures 

26 Jun

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Ms M Jennings on 26 June 2017 .

Applied Behaviour Analysis 

26 Jun

Follow up sent to Haringey Borough Council by Arianne O'Donnell on 26 June 2017 .

Overhanging Trees, 25th June 

25 Jun

There are tree branches on this stretch of the pavement on Southwood Lane (just before Hillside) that are so overhanging, you have to walk on the unpaved section of the pavement (kerb side) to pass as can be seen in these pictures.

Litter always everywhere, extra bin needed, 25th June 

25 Jun

These stairs and the paths leading to it are always full of litter, please have the street cleaner pay it more attention, but really the root cause of the problem is that there's a bin at the top of the stairs but not at the bottom, and clearly...

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FREE – Flooring Nails and underlay 

26 Jun

I've got quite a few 50mm hardwood flooring nails leftover from when i played a wood floor.

The Henry Reader is closed? 

26 Jun

According to Facebook the Henry Reade r is also closed.

12 lovely succulent garden plants free to a good home. 

26 Jun

These were kindly given to me on this site two years ago and are now looking for a new home.

Free Cycling training in Lordship Recreation Ground 

26 Jun

Hey all, My name is Deborah and I am a certified bikeability instructor.

Nearly 30 years of Q magazine need a home. 

26 Jun

Hi everyone, I have a massive collection of Q music magazines up for grabs.

Girls Pink bike for sale 

26 Jun

24 inch wheels, suitable for around age 9-11.

Life in the UK official handbook for sale 

26 Jun

New, as I bought two by mistake.

FREE Removal boxes 

26 Jun

We've got 10 removal boxes to give away, they're the perfect size for records.

For Sale – Out N About Nipper Single Carrycot (Raven-Black) 

26 Jun

Suitable for use with the Nipper Single 360 V3 or V4 pushchairs Used - Overall in very good condition.

Harringay Arms to close on 4th July 

26 Jun


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Events »

Saturday Morning English Classes in North London 

25 Jun

Join our fun and friendly General English Courses at Gabriella English Language School, North London!  Our General English Classes in Bounds Green, N11, are an ideal way to improve all aspects of your English - speaking, listening, reading, writing...


25 Jun

Cask Electric Bear – Laid Back 3.7% table beer £3.80 Five Points 4.8% Railway Porter £3.90 Siren Soundwave 5.6% IPA £4.20 Moor So’Hop 4.1% Ultra Pale Ale £.90 One Mile End Juicy 4PM 4.9% Pale Ale £3.90 Five Points Pale 4.4% £3.90 Uley Bitter 4.0% £3.90 ...

Portrait Drawing/Painting Class – Every Monday evening 

23 Jun

DROP-IN 2 hour tutored session, with a model - 5 pounds for class.

‘1200 MOMENTS’ exhibition by Phiri Macuacua 

23 Jun

Exhibition runs 22 - 27th June.

Cancelled 24th June 

23 Jun

We have cancelled the event due to the preparations and set up for the Wireless event.

Photographic exhibition 

23 Jun

'Why didn't we know?' A photographic exhibition illustrating the corporate take-over of the NHS Time: June 23, 2017 at 10am to July 3, 2017 at 5pm Location:Wood Green Library Export to Outlook or iCal (.

Thursday Morning English Classes in North London 

22 Jun

Join our fun and friendly General English Courses at Gabriella English Language School, North London!  Our General English Classes in Bounds Green, N11, are an ideal way to improve all aspects of your English - speaking, listening, reading, writing...

Childrens Summer Holiday Cricket Camp 

22 Jun

Summer Camp 1: Mon 24 - Fri 28 July (5 days) Summer Camp 2: Tue 29 Aug - Fri 1 Sep (4 days) Camps are aimed at boys and girls aged 7 – 13 and will run from 9.30am to 3.30pm each day.

OLIO + Action For Kids Virtual Car Boot Sale 

22 Jun

THIS WEEKEND we are teaming up with the wonderful charity,  Action For Kids  for a virtual car boot sale.

Special Event 

22 Jun

Family Activities at Bruce Castle Science Season Sunday 16 th July – Living History Event Special Event… Time: July 16, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm Location:Bruce Castle Museum Street:Lordship Lane City/Town:Tottenham Website or Map: http://www.

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Schools »

Book Review 

26 Jun

by Nathan, Y6 Violet Class Which book are you reviewing – Skullduggery Pleasant, by Derek Landy (a series of books) Overview of storyline – it is about a man who died in the First World War after an explosion but he has come back to life as a ...

Daddy’s poem 

26 Jun

By Asha, Y2 Marigold Class Daddy, you are the best.

Summer fair 

26 Jun

Muswell Hill Primary recently had it’s summer fair.

Coleridge Artists Exhibit Unity at Hornsey Library 

26 Jun

We have taken part again in the annual Schools Exhibition at Hornsey Library as part of Crouch End Festival .

Weekly Assembly Videos 

23 Jun

Weekly Assembly Videos.

Coleridge Dancers Perform With Ballet Star 

23 Jun

On Saturday 17 th July, some lucky Year 4 and 5 children had the opportunity to perform with Fernando Montaño, a principal dancer at the Royal Ballet .

Highgate Annual STEM conference ends with a bang! 

22 Jun


Year 5 Visit Mountfitchet Castle 

22 Jun

As part of their learning about Settlements, Year 5 visited Mountfitchet Castle near Stansted.

Newsletter June 2017 

21 Jun

Muswell Hill Primary recenty had a Music and Dance week! Read all about it by clicking HERE...

Highgate’s Annual Pizza Express Jazz Extravaganza 

21 Jun


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