A man in his early 20s died after he was stabbed and shot in an “unprovoked” attack in South Street, Enfield, in March. Another man was found with stab injuries. The victims were with friends outside a parade of shops when they were attacked.

Tottenham Football Club apologised for a “wholly unacceptable” question which formed part of a survey sent to fans in the United States asking whether “a woman’s place is in the home”. The club called the inclusion of the question “a regrettable oversight” after screen-grabs of the survey appeared on social media.

The Mayor of Enfield, Christine Hamilton, unveiled a commemorative plaque at Palmers Green Triangle marking the suffragette movement. The plaque stands on the very spot where, in June 1914, a group of suffragettes attempted to hold a meeting but were disrupted by a crowd of hostile men. The incident was re-enacted by volunteers and historians at the unveiling ceremony.

Work began on a major new development in Tottenham Hale’s Ashley Road which will create more than 560 new homes, a new building for a local college and thousands of square metres of commercial and office space.

And Dujardin Mews, a new housing development in Enfield, beat London’s Tate Modern art gallery to win the prestigious London Regional Design Award for architecture.