Archive for November, 2018

Two charged in Barnet aggravated burglary

Police Officers investigating an aggravated burglary at Hall Lane, Barnet, NW4 on Tuesday, 27 November have charged two people.

[A] Fabion Kuci, 25, (15.12.92) unemployed, of Lithos Road, Camden was charged on Tuesday, 27 November with aggravated burglary.

[B] Azen

Annual Mayoral Debate for Secondary Schools in Broxbourne

The annual Mayoral Debate for Secondary Schools was helf on Wednesday 21 November and saw young people discuss how to tackle loneliness and social isolation.

Teams from six of the Borough’s secondary schools debated the proposition, “loneliness and social isolation …

MP pushes for Oyster card extension to Potters Bar

Mr Dowden wrote to Rail Minister Andrew Jones, who was appointed to the role on Tuesday, November 13, in a fresh bid to have Oyster technology rolled out into his constituency.

Extending the Oyster network has been one of Mr …

Thank someone special – nominations open for the Mayor’s Civic Awards & Ben Kinsella Award 2019

Former Enfield teacher convicted of historical sex offences

A former scout leader and teacher in Enfield has been convicted of sexually abusing three boys during a 16-year period.

Peter Wells, 72 (08.07.46) of Sheldon Close, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, was convicted on Tuesday, 27 November of seven counts of indecent

Haringey man stabbed following dispute with work colleague in van

A man who stabbed another man to death following a dispute in a moving van has been convicted of manslaughter.

Reece Williams, 22 (09.06.96) Northdown Street, N1 of was found guilty today, Tuesday, 27 November, at the Old Bailey of

Gang who poured corrosive substance down victims throat convicted of GBH with intent

Four people who carried out a violent noxious substance attack have been found guilty following a two week trial at Snaresbrook Crown Court.

The court heard that the two victims, aged 21 at the time of the attack, were lured

Ajax rejoins Champions League elite

Dusan Tadic scored twice in the second half Tuesday to take Ajax to the last 16 in the Champions League for the first time in 12 years with a 2-0 win over 10-man AEK Athens, which fell to a fifth …

Football legend Sol Campbell starts management career at Macclesfield

Former England defender Sol Campbell seen here with our Michael Yiakoumi has taken over as manager of League Two (fourth tier) club Macclesfield Town on an 18 month deal, the club said on Tuesday.

The 44-year-old, who played for Tottenham …

Haringey’s Young People shine at Outstanding for All Awards

Inspirational teachers, talented students and awesome support staff packed into Alexandra Palace last night (Monday November 26) for this year’s highly anticipated Outstanding for All awards.

The Haringey Council awards, now in their sixth year, celebrate achievement in education across