Popular shopping mall rebrands with huge community event including children’s choir
Good Samaritan spots hound and hands the chihuahua into police
Hundreds flocked to the launch of a unique tool to marry technology and creativity this month.
Young Jews tell jokes in honour of Purim festival
Cycle shop and ‘devastated’ family friend raise cash to give teen a proper send off
David Cameron and Ed Miliband were grilled by Jeremy Paxman and a studio audience last night in the first of the general election television set pieces.
But Transport for London says station will still be staffed between first and last train
Exhibitions could move to 800-year-old Farringdon market by 2021 if plan gets the nod
Plans to build a “monstrosity” which could spoil views of a popular park have sparked hundreds of objections from locals.
Jeremy Corbyn may have had phone tapped as he fought for freedom of Birmingham Six and Guilford Four
Dean Callis, along with four others, fighting football banning order
New borough commander named as Ch Supt Gerry Campbell leaves post
Nationwide social media drive to get staff to introduce themselves properly
Olympic champion dishes out swimming advice to pupils
The town hall has defended it’s decision to charge extra for diesel parking permits from next month following a campaign from car manufacturers.
Work expected to start next year after positive public consultation
Dog mess, graffiti, fly-tipping and dirty streets can be reported on new phone software
Huge solar-powered bins which crush litter and email council staff when they are full are being piloted in Holloway.
The election campaign officially starts at the end of March – but the battle for hearts, minds and votes started long ago. Political editor Annabelle Dickson sets out her guide
Theresa May’s Home Office blocked the exchange visit, but High Court ruled pupils can visit
Two friends have set their sights on getting youngsters out of gangs and into work by harnessing the knowledge of professionals in Islington.
But 300-detention-a-day start saw head accused of ‘ruining’ school by parents
A lost rail network which ran silently under London for centuries could become a virtual world at a new museum.
The lights went off and the cameras came out.
Call it the X Factor, star quality, even ‘something’ but whatever ‘it’ is Ed’s not got it, says the PM.
The Ukip leader doesn’t want to be too scripted for the seven-way televised encounter.