Royal Mail creates singing postboxes for Christmas in London
The Royal Mail has unveiled new postboxes for Christmas that sing when you post a letter.
Young Reporter- Advancing AI helping us with diseases
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that affects memory, thinking, and behaviour. It is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for 60 to 80 percent of all cases1. According to the World Health Organization, around 50 million people worldwide have dementia, and this number is...
Are you the mystery £1m Haringey EuroMillions ticketholder?
One lucky EuroMillions lottery winner from Haringey has been sitting on a million pound fortune for three months - and has not claimed it.
Thames Water online tool to report sewage, leaks or pollution
Pollution and sewer blockages or flooding can now be reported directly online by the public to speed up repairs and help protect the environment.
Fairytale of New York singer Shane MacGowan dies aged 65
The Pogues singer Shane MacGowan has passed away at the age of 65.
Whittington Hospital’s maternity unit one of two in North London under threat of closure
Local NHS bosses in North London are proposing to close the maternity units at either the Whittington or the Royal Free in response to declining birth rates The post Whittington Hospital’s maternity unit one of two in North London under threat of closure appeared first on Haringey Community Press....
Fears over plight of elderly renters struggling to pay housing costs
More than half of over-55s privately renting in London worry about getting into debt because their housing costs are too high The post Fears over plight of elderly renters struggling to pay housing costs appeared first on Haringey Community Press....
Khan says London councils need more power to punish bad landlords
London mayor says government needs to help borough councils deal with 180,000 private rental properties deemed 'non-decent' The post Khan says London councils need more power to punish bad landlords appeared first on Haringey Community Press....
Former Labour chancellor Alistair Darling dies aged 70
Alistair Darling, former Labour chancellor, has died at the age of 70, a family spokesman has announced
What is encephalitis amid death of The Pogues' Shane MacGowan
The Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan has died aged 65 after a battle with encephalitis - find out more about the condition including the symptoms and its causes.
Nando's announces plans to open 14 new UK restaurants
Nando’s plans to open 14 new restaurants in the UK this year
Kings Cross sexual assault predator Adriano Repetti jailed
Adriano Repetti, 46, sexually assaulted four women on trains between Cambridge and Kings Cross.
Gunman found guilty of Walthamstow murder after extradition
A gunman has been found guilty of the "brutal murder" of a man who was "gunned down in the street" in Walthamstow.
London weather: Capital could see snow in coming weeks
London could be hit by snow in the coming weeks as weather forecasters maps predict temperatures will plummet.
TfL announces ‘no service' on certain London buses
Little or no service is expected on eight different bus routes in London this Friday (December 1).
London paramedic pushed out of ambulance in shocking video
The London Ambulance Service has shared a video of the moment a paramedic was was pushed out the back of an ambulance by an abusive patient.
Hundreds of homes to be built in London for rough sleepers
The project forms a major part of a £2billion government programme which aims to end rough sleeping across the country The post Hundreds of homes to be built in London for rough sleepers appeared first on Haringey Community Press....
How do I check my Spotify Wrapped for 2023? The time is here
How do I see my Spotify Wrapped stats? Who are the top most-streamed artists of the year? Well, we have answers.
Hundreds of homes to be built for rough sleepers in London
Almost 350 homes for rough sleepers in London are set to be built using Government cash – with more to come, ministers have said.
Commons Autumn Statement debate on housing and social care
A new book marking the 90th anniversary of Hornsey Housing Trust highlighting the need for low-cost housing to tackle the rising cost-of-living has had its “first reading” in Parliament.