Tens of thousands of people marched through London on Sunday - and cities across the world - to demand urgent action on climate change, ahead of a UN climate summit.]]>
London went ape on Saturday September 20 as over 600 people wearing gorilla costumes took to the streets to raise money for the endangered animals.]]>
The Metropolitan Police Service have said the hunt for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross is the biggest search they have mounted since the 7/7 terror attacks.]]>
Londoners experienced rush hour chaos on Friday night caused by unexpected storms.]]>
New safety features on lorries using 360-degree intelligent cameras have prevented 15 serious cycle collisions in just six months.]]>
A boy has been found guilty of raping a teenager in a Willesden alleyway in punishment for spreading rumours about his sister.]]>
A baby suffered a terrifying ordeal when a dog ripped part of her nose off.]]>
Alex Salmond steps down as SNP leader
After an unsuccessful independence campaign, Alex Salmond will step down as First Minister and SNP leader.
Queues, tweets and shiny smartphones: iPhone 6 (and 6 Plus) goes on sale
From the streets of Covent Garden to inside the Apple store, here’s how it all unfolded in London.
Homeless charity Depaul sells Apple queue spot for £570
The charity attracted more than 70 bids for its spot in the queue.