The Autumn Ideal Home Show, sponsored by the Energy Saving Trust, (6 - 15 October, Earls Court) is the ultimate home event of the autumn and winter calendar.
If you're looking for a new watering hole with exquisite views, quality food and an unrivalled atmosphere, then look no further than The Waterside in Fulham.
If you are looking for a family treat that will have the whole family rolling in the aisles then come to See How They Run at the Duchess Theatre in London's West End.
Charlton Athletic have denied that the death of one of a fan in a massive pub brawl was football related.
A 20-year-old cyclist only realised he had been shot when he felt a sharp pain in his leg.
HACKNEY Council has won a David and Goliath battle against Nike.
A NUMBER of passengers have received medical treatment at the scene of a bus crash in Barnehurst.
MUSLIMS should march on the streets of Waltham Forest to show their opposition to terrorism, says a councillor.
The Waterloo and City line has reopened today after five months of upgrade works.
THE Labour group on Brent Council's has welcomed the report of the all-party inquiry into anti-Semitism, which has been delivered to the Prime Minister.
HAVING never understood why some filmmakers feel the need to plunder the cinematic archives for ideas when there are clearly so many talented individuals able to come up with their own stories, I've just about tolerated the trend up until now.
FORTY birds have died in one week alone on Eagle Pond in Snaresbrook after rotten food turned the water to poison.
IN A scene reminiscent of the X Files, a couple have been left scratching their heads after a UFO sighting in their garden.
A London-born New Yorker who witnessed the horrors of 9/11 unfold in front of his eyes believes the world is a scarier place five years on.
A STRATFORD man has described how he was robbed by a "gentleman" mugger who asked for a "voluntary contribution".
Chessington's most famous monkey has been moved to Battersea Zoo after failing to reintegrate with his troop.
A pensioner fined for displaying her disabled badge back-to-front had to wait seven months for an appeal response after her six letters were "overlooked".
A woman has lost faith in the police after they failed to act when she was brutally beaten by thugs in her neighbourhood.
The Northern Line - often dubbed the 'misery line' - will not be running to its full potential until 2011 at the earliest, an Underground contract manager has admitted.