Everyone is back to work and school now after what seem to have been feelgood Jubilee celebrations. So this is what's afoot on OpinioN8
Don't forget your chance to take part in local democracy
Adrian has made the effort to visit the Alexandra Palace exhibition, but still can't help being a bit of a misery guts
And talking of misery guts, who'd close down Budgen's Stall4All? Haringey would.
Sorry, but Misery Guts has become a theme - something else Haringey might close down is the Finsbury Park Athletics Track - In London's Olympic Year??
A slight upturn in mood in respect of fortnightly rubbish - Adrian is expecting a better outcome from a call to Veolia, though he's not blown away by a visit to a local watering hole
Haringey is trying to promote Walking and Cycling at Hornsey Town Hall
David is keeping us up to date with what is happening at Ashmount School
Protestors at Pinkham Way have come up with a cunning ploy
And a couple of new shops have or are just about to open - Pickled Pepper and Scarlet Rage Vintage
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