August 23 2014 Latest news:
There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this Notting Hill Carnival weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.
Marshalling aircraft will be among the skills taught to 12 recruits who are taking part in London City Airport’s first aviation industry training and recruitment programme.
Motorists face heavy delays this morning following a crash involving two cars and a van in Beckton.
Greater Anglia trains are running at a 30 minute delay through Shenfield due to a fault with a signalling system at the station.
Groundbreaking technology designed to enhance bus drivers’ awareness of pedestrians and cyclists is being piloted on a Stratford bus route.
An evil husband and the drug addict he hired to kill his wife have today been jailed for life for her murder.
East Ham’s Central Park played host to a musical spectacular this weekend as Under The Stars returned for its 15th year.
I remain busy at City Hall. There are new ideas for east London river crossings, plans for the next Crossrail line, major planning applications to dig into, budgets to manage, challenging policing matters to consider. Yet I am drawn back to comment yet again on Tower Hamlets politics. It’s not surprising – the East End is always the most raw and lively place in the UK.
A retrospective of paintings by a local artist whose work has played a role in the borough’s history is being featured in a special exhibition.
You could be shopping at the new look Shepherd’s Bush Market.