May 24 2013 Latest news:
It might look sweet, but a sugar cube recreation of London’s skyline is not for eating.
Famous signs for streets including Abbey Road and Downing Street have gone under the hammer.
A good sense of humour may not be essential for two male fish at ZSL London Zoo who are searching for romance in a bid to save their species.
Have you ever wanted to thank someone for their help in giving you directions, serving you a nice cup of coffee or to the people who helped push your car when it broke down?
No strappy tops, no bared midriffs and no fascinators - those are just some of the style rules for people heading to the Royal Enclosure at this year’s Royal Ascot.
Londoners are used to pushing their way through crowds in the early-morning rush hour, but anybody crossing Putney Bridge yesterday morning may have been a little less familiar with their fellow pedestrians.
Television presenter Jon Snow found himself on stage leading a group of young people in the Harlem Shake.
Trafalgar Square was transformed into a football pitch so sports fans could take on goalkeeping legend David Seaman in a penalty shoot-out.
Sometimes the simplest of concepts are the most effective.
The well worn question ‘is the Pope a Catholic?’ might be laced with sarcasm but it has long since passed into common parlance
David Beckham announced himself as a top-class talent when he scored against Wimbledon from just inside his half for Manchester United, but a player has topped that strike with a spectacular winner in a recent South African Premiership clash in Atteridgeville.
It is impossible to tell whether the man in this video knows what’s about to happen to him as he composes himself next to a car park puddle - but if he knew how viral it would go he would surely have had suspicions.
A TV station in Romania has made a light-hearted video to help travelling Chelsea supporters enjoy their stay in the capital when they play Steaua Bucharest in the Europa League tonight.
A stunt cyclist weaves through the busy streets of Westminster before dodging pedestrians along the South Bank in this new, probably soon-to-be-viral video.
Proposals in restaurants aren’t an unfamiliar sight, but when Jez Phillips decided to pop the question to his partner, he went one step further.
A chef who spends his weekdays cooking with flames is spending his weekends leaping through them as training for a series of hardcore obstacle races set to kick off this summer.
A meteor was seen in the Russian sky before it exploded over the Ural Mountains with the power of an atomic bomb.
What to do when you meet a mystery creature for the very first time?
Treadmills have probably seen their fair share of action in the last month as people attempt to get fit for the year ahead.
A British grandfather on holiday in Australia was seen grabbing a shark by its tail and tried to drag it away from people playing at the edge of the sea.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas this week launched a report highlighting how local community sports project are combatting anti-social behaviour and gang culture across the UK.
Shane Warne has been banned for one match and fined for his nasty clash with Marlon Samuels in yesterday’s Big Bash Melbourne derby.
A man has been filmed taking a dip in what is believed to have been Ireland’s deepest pothole.
A pensioner has been using a potentially deadly World War II hand grenade as an ornament after she was given it by her late husband.
They are the Christmas vegetables that split opinion and now doctors say Brussels sprouts should come with a health warning after a man was hospitalised by eating them.
In a video bound to strike fear into the hearts of most parents, a golden eagle was filmed apparently trying and failing to capture a toddler.