September 2 2014 Latest news:
Why traipse around the Olympic Park by foot when you can glide along the water like a real VIP?
Celebrations will be held to mark the three millionth visitor to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Friday.
Becoming a soldier was Maurillia Simpson’s dream from a tender age, but one that would be cut short through injury.
Children with diabetes enjoyed a family fun day to learn more about how to manage the condition.
Families came in their droves to enjoy the late summer sun with an outdoor picnic.
News editor Ramzy Alwakeel tackled a particularly wet Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 for Parklife on Sunday. Here’s how he got on.
House hunters can discover even more about a potential home at Chobham Manor with a pioneering digital tool.
Prince Harry’s tournament for injured military personnel will put Paralympic sport back at the heart of the Olympic Park when it gets underway in less than a month’s time.
Medals designed by the world’s oldest jewellers will be awarded to competitors at the Invictus Games.
The 100-mile RideLondon event from the capital to Surrey and back had to be cut by 14 miles after the city was battered by the remnants of Hurricane Bertha this morning.
We are routinely invited to attend restaurant/bar openings, music events as well as a variety of presentations.
The capital’s cycling festival is back this year bigger and better, so we’ve put together a handy guide with everything you need to know about Prudential RideLondon 2014:
More than 3,000 youngsters from across Newham took part in one of the largest music festivals of its kind at the iconic Copper Box Arena at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Cinema-goers enjoyed a blast from the past when they showed up in 50s get-up for Secret Cinema’s hotly anticipated Back To The Future screening.
World-class athletes of a very different kind took over the Copper Box Arena this weekend.
Ready for another summer of sport? Well this time, you’ll be taking the centre stage.
Royal Docks residents celebrated their first community market with a day of fun activities.
Construction has started on 333 new homes at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Thousands of revellers flocked to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park yesterday for the Great British Carnival.
An unexploded Second World War shell was found in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this morning.
A Second World War shell was found in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this morning.
The Copper Box Arena will mark a year since it first opened to the public by offering free skills sessions this weekend.
London’s spectacular nighttime skyline will be visible for the first time from the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
The mayors of London and Newham joined together today to launch a programme of free summer activities.
It’s lovely to have the kids home for the summer, but keeping them occupied for six weeks can be tricky. That’s why London24 has got a big list of ideas to keep those little hands busy! Whether they love getting lost in a book, getting messy, or getting outside, you’ll find something fun to do here.
A GP and father-of-five with a history of depression took his own life, an inquest has heard.
Spitalfields Market hosted 6,000 canines of all shapes and sizes from across England for its third annual Paw Pageant on Monday.
The newly elected Tower Hamlets is finding its feet. Whilst the membership has changed, no fewer than seventeen of the forty five councillors are newly elected, other things remain constant. At our first full business meeting in July the Mayor, as usual refused to answer questions from either councillors or the public.
The streets of Mile End are the setting for author Penny Hancock’s new psychological thriller, A Trick of the Mind.
We’ve teamed up with premium office products brand, Leitz, to offer one lucky reader a productivity-boosting desk makeover kit in a colour of their choice.