Fight for law change on companies using ‘planned obsolescence’
A bestselling book about a homeless man’s heartwarming relationship with his cat is set to make it onto the silver screen.
Islington residents have just a few days left to respond to the council’s plans to put a limit on controversial basement extensions.
Boss’s more than £250,000 package could pay 12 nurses’ wages
Islington Council has quashed demands to extend its controversial controlled parking zone (CPZ) consultation.
The new night Tube service, which was due to be launched on September 12, has been officially suspended until an agreement can be reached between the operator and workers, London Underground has confirmed.
A recent City University graduate, who died after being trapped under a bus in Farringdon, had secured his “dream job” the day before the accident.
Defender Casey Stoney has demanded that the Gunners show more hunger for battle as they attempt to recover from their limp defeat to Chelsea.
London Blitz maintained their excellent play-off record in Scotland as they beat East Kilbride Pirates 19-7 to advance to their 10th consecutive BritBowl final.
Archway club Fighting Fit launched their new season this week with an international training camp that attracted some of the world’s best young fencers.
Highgate Harriers sprinter Nina Anderson may have finished top of the UK ratings in both of her events this year, but the 43-year-old has been disappointed with her progress in 2015.
Tottenham will host Arsenal in the third round of the Capital One Cup after the north London arch-rivals were pitted against each other in Tuesday’s draw.
Neil Dexter’s been in and out of the team throughout the summer and that hasn’t been easy for him – but his century up at Durham was outstanding.
What we predicted
A 1972 documentary covering the psychiatrist’s controversial establishments where doctors and patients live alike is being released on DVD, finds Anna Behrmann.
Down’n’dirty, tough-talkin’ and soulful blues/rock’n’roll mash-up
Filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky looks back at his childhood in a surreal and unique way, even if it does all become a bit much for Michael Joyce.
Benedict Cumberbatch shines as the tortured prince and while too dark at times, Hamlet is worthy of the hype, says Bridget Galton
As Alex Bellotti tries a new ‘jailhouse diner’ in Kentish Town, he asks why we’ve fallen so hard for deep-fried charms from across the pond.
This fascinating outsider family are made to look strangely normal, says Michael Joyce.
A ferociously powerful gig heralds rise of a beast says Greg Wetherall
Home to top name brands at great prices, TK Maxx is more like a treasure hunt than a shop. Perfect for grabbing a bargain or some hidden gems, you arm yourself with a trolley and go wild.
Luxury boutique hotel Flemings Mayfair has recently launched The Drawing Room, London’s most stylish location for afternoon tea.