September 22 2014 Latest news:
Heavy rainfall has caused disruption across Newham this afternoon, with commuters facing a long journey home.
Morning Rush Hour travel on the London Underground has been disrupted for commuters in east London and the City by emergency work being carried out at King’s Corss.
Countless narrow escapes have led to the removal of a section of a cycle superhighway in Stratford.
A broken down freight train this morning has caused cancellations or delays of up to 20 minutes on the London Liverpool Street to Shenfield line.
Commuters suffered disruption on their way to work this morning due to a fault on a train.
A man has died after being hit by a train at Forest Gate station in east London.
Staff on the Tube are to stage to fresh industrial action in a long-running row over ticket office closures.
Valuables snatched during burglaries in east London are among possessions recovered by police raiding an ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ of stolen goods at an address next to Heathrow airport.
Central line commuters could face a repeat of Friday’s strike action in September if drivers cannot reach an agreement with Underground bosses.
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.
Detectives have launched a fresh appeal for answers to help solve the death of a father-of-three 20 years on.
If you missed any of the Invictus Games action at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, or want to relive it, check out our video and picture gallery.
The Scottish Saltier is flying over the old Stratford Town hall with Newham Council backing the ‘Better Together’ campaign as Scotland votes tomorrow on whether stay in or quit the UK. Newham’s directly-elected mayor, Sir Robin Wales, is a proud Scot and an ardent supporter of a United Kingdom who genuinely believes we are better as a united island. The ‘yes’ voters who want an independent Scotland have won support, unsurprisingly, from English Democrats who believe England should have its own Parliament—like the Scots—because they believe we would prosper without having to support the rest of Britain:
Guitarist Steve Howe is taking a break from performing with the reformed prog rock band Yes to play a one-man show at Stratford Circus tonight.
Across the UK football fans are thrilled by the start of the football season as some of the world’s top footballer’s return to the field to kick off the UEFA Europa League.