December 6 2013 Latest news:
The use of Boris Bikes this autumn fell year-on-year for the first time since the cycle hire scheme was introduced in 2010.
The launch date for the ‘Boris Bike’ expansion into south west London has been announced with more than 150 extra docking stations available from next week.
A range of events in the capital and upgrades to the transport network this weekend means there are a number of road closures and suspensions to lines across London.
A man who died after being stabbed at a house in Fulham has been formally identified by police as 49-year-old Anthony Decland Campbell.
Two female pupils from London schools have been named the 2013 Royal Institution’s L’Oréal Young Scientists of the Year after winning a national competition exploring the science of colour.
A flagship government welfare reform is lawful, judges at the High Court ruled today, finding against a group of lone mothers from London and their children.
Police have named the two people who died in a gas explosion in Hounslow during storm St Jude as 46-year-old Suhail Akhtar and Dorota Kolasinska, aged 35.
A man has been charged after a collision in west London involving a pensioner and her seven-year-old granddaughter, which left the 68-year-old dead.
Charlton Athletic have condemned seven of its supporters who were convicted of racist chanting glorifying the murderers of Stephen Lawrence.
Detectives have arrested two more men in connection with a fatal hit and run where a pensioner out walking with her seven-year-old granddaughter was killed in south London.
A&E services at Ealing and Charing Cross hospitals will continue to be offered, but not necessarily in their current form, the Health Secretary announced today as he signed off proposals to close departments at two other hospitals.