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Review of the year - June
A Polish man was charged in June with the murder of a man whose body was found near bins in a residential street.
Chase Farm Hospital's A&E has now closed, but concerns were aired in June when concerns about the changes were raised.
Fears that measures to cover the closure of the borough's emergency and maternity units would not be met were raised by councillors, who said they were “disappointed” with the lack of improvements.
A shocking court case came to an end, when a man found guilty of raping an 11-year-old girl in Jubilee Park, Edmonton, was sentenced to a minimum of eight years behind bars.
Opemipo Jaji, of Osward Place, Edmonton, was given a life sentence and told he would not be considered for parole for at least eight years after attacking his victim as she walked home from school.
Also in June, a Polish man was charged in June with the murder of a man whose body was found near bins in a residential street.
Damin Walczyk, 29, of no fixed abode, was accused of killing the 55-year-old man in Enfield on May 30 after a body was found at the corner of Keats Close and Scotland Green Road.
Meanwhile, police installed CCTV cameras to help cut down the number of prostitutes operating in Enfield.
And eight energetic dancers made their television debut alongside dance group Diversity.
Nicknamed The Irish Dancers, the young stars performed on Nickelodeon series Jordan & Perri’s Ultimate Block Party.
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