April 16 2014 Latest news:
A hair salon in South Ealing sparked a diplomatic spat with North Korea after a poster making fun of its Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un led to a visit by officials from its nearby embassy.
Workmen digging up a driveway in Purley may have stumbled across remains from an ancient Saxon burial ground after they discovered a number of bones including a skull.
The man who died in the building collapse in Grosvenor Square when a mini-digger fell from the second-floor has been named as Lithuanian father-of-two Dainius Rupsys.
A distressed north London man has accused national newspaper the Daily Mirror of “deception” after it published a front page picture of him holding a giant rat.
Everyone knows smoking is bad for you but there are new health concerns after an e-cigarette exploded and set fire to a house in Barking.
A thief stole a woman’s bag outside a pub in Fitzrovia containing a little red hat her baby daughter was wearing when she died.
Bookmakers have slashed the odds of Easter being the hottest on record in London as temperatures continue to rise across the capital.
A man known as Tony the Fridge has completed two back-to-back London Marathons carrying a refrigerator.
Thousands of pounds has been donated to the charity Rob Berry, the runner who died during Sunday’s London Marathon, was trying to raise money for.
A man murdered the mother of his four young children when she threatened to leave him by attacking her with a hammer then dousing her in fuel and setting her on fire at their home in Walworth.