June 18 2013 Latest news:
Renowned drama teacher Anna Scher has kick-started the careers of many national treasures.
Emily Thornberry has slammed the “unduly lenient” 15-month sentence handed to child abuser Stuart Hall after the former BBC presenter admitted assaulting 13 girls – one aged just nine.
Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing a missing autistic man last seen in King’s Cross.
City University is planning a major transformation with a £130m redevelopment of its buildings.
Dozens of poignant words, hundreds of scraps of materials and thousands of painstaking stitches have been brought together in a six-month labour of love.
A project to stop old people in Islington from falling ill and dying in cold weather has been named one of the most innovative public services in Europe.
A store that started as a penny bazaar and is now one of the country’s biggest names celebrated its 100th anniversary.
Around 100 horticulturally curious residents descended on Ambler Road, Finsbury Park, for part of the Chelsea Fringe.
A McDonald’s in Holloway wants to open until the early hours – prompting concerns from a number of neighbours.
London’s British Empire Medals in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
London’s MBEs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
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