13 hrs ago
Elderly woman dies after 'burglary'
The 88-year-old was found by staff at Sonali Gardens - a care home on Sutton Street, in Tower Hamlets, on Friday.
17 hrs ago
Shakespeare's signature goes on show
A "priceless" signature by William Shakespeare dating back about 400 years will go on display at an exhibition at the London Metropolitan Archives .
Fri May 24, 2013
Woolwich murder suspect is probation officer's son who chatted with...
Friend of Adebowale said he had converted to Islam and then 'changed' from fun-loving Christian schoolboy to violent fundamentalist London-born Adebowale was told to 'disappear' after he was caught up with a local gang known as the Woolwich Boys, and underwent a dramatic change of personality.
Greenwich police borough commander speaks after Woolwich Lee Rigby killing
GREENWICH police's borough commander has said his officers are "working round the clock" after the Woolwich killing of Lee Rigby.
Thu May 23, 2013
Gangster stepson's killers jailed
Two men have been jailed for life for the murder of the stepson of gangland celebrity and author Dave Courtney.
Wander Round 200 Of London's Private Gardens
Over 200 gardens throw open their gates to the public for Open Garden Squares Weekend , a chance to get into those green spaces that are usually out of bounds.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Daily Record
Woolwich machete attack: Soldier hacked to death in street by two suspected terrorists
A MAN, understood to be a serving soldier, is dead and two alleged suspects in a serious condition in hospital following the incident in Woolwich, London, this afternoon.
Police attending Woolwich 'attack'
Police say they are responding to an incident in Woolwich, south east London, amid reports that a man has been attacked.
Thu May 16, 2013
Right to Buy sales double in a year as sales near A 400m
The number of homes purchased under the Right to Buy scheme between April 2012 and April 2013 more than doubled on the previous 12 months, totalling 5,942. The sales have generated 368 million in gross income - money that the government claims will be used to build new affordable homes for rent.
Tue May 14, 2013
Friends of the Earth seeks judicial review of river crossing plans in East London
East Ham MP Stephen Timss and CEO of London City Airport Declan Collier are backing a campaign for new bridge in East London Friends of the Earth is calling for a judicial review of a consultation on controversial plans to build two new river crossings in East London.
Preview: Walk London's Spring Into Summer - The Long Walks
At the end of the month, Walk London launches its Spring into Summer weekend, with no fewer than 36 free, guided walks around our lovely capital.
Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 14 May 2013
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Mon May 13, 2013
Teen artist one step closer to stardom
A young songstress who juggles schoolwork with following her musical dreams hopes a performance on Saturday will win her a place at the 02.
Sun May 12, 2013
Thames bridge plans 'a mistake'
A new Thames bridge is being proposed linking Beckton to Thamesmead in east London, amid opposition from London Assembly members.
Tue May 07, 2013
New Homes Plan For Catford Stadium
The former south London dog track has been earmarked for nearly 600 new homes in a A 117m redevelopment scheme.
New Thames bridge to be reconsidered
The consultation could prompt a U-turn by Mayor Boris Johnson, who cancelled plans for the Thames Gateway Bridge after he was elected in 2008.
Fri May 03, 2013
Twelfth man charged over shooting
Jordan Johns-McKenna has become the twelfth person to be charged with the murder of a man shot in south-east London last year.
Wed May 01, 2013
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Interview with author Jenni Fagan, former writer at Lewisham Hospital ...
FORMER Lewisham Hospital writer in residence Jenni Fagan has been named one of Britain's best young novelists and her new book has been nominated for an award worth A 10,000 - all in the last fortnight.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Royal Observatory: Where East Meets West
The Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England near London once served as the center of navigation worldwide.