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The Haringey Advertiser has apparently ceased trading - though to be honest I haven't seen it around much lately. Did it go online at some point?


The newspaper has been around since the seventies, and follows the Hornsey Journal (1879-2012) down the tubes. With the Ham and High Broadway only selling 595 copies, what price we're left with the goldfish-brained CE facebook, or worse, 'Haringey People', this time next year?

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Unfortunately the whole website seems to have disappeared, including such archived copies as there were.

The Enfield Gazette & Advertiser appears to have been from the same stable 'North London Newspapers, though Wikipedia says they were part of Trinity Mirror plc. Their archive is still available (for now) - maybe someone can download it (though the page-turning animation may make that difficult)?


On looking more carefully at it, the so-called archive above, 7 years worth, has just the front page of each edition!


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