April 24 2014 Latest news:
The task: find a 23-foot-tall bright orange dinosaur stolen from outside a cafe. The reward: a full English breakfast.
A strong pun alone is not enough to keep business good, apparently. Stoke Newington’s brilliant and accurately named Sellfridges has closed down.
The man captured on Twitter walking two ducks past a KFC in Peckham has come forward to explain he does it all the time.
It was just another average Easter Monday walk for this man, spotted taking his DUCKS for a walk in the aptly-named Peckham...and past KFC, no less!
Sitting down as you wait for a train at Oakleigh Park station has been made considerably more difficult by a rather intrusive fence.
This beautiful video shows how someone had a busy bank holiday weekend filming and editing east London in all its glory, shooting underwater, on the ground and way up in the air.
A poster depicting a gagged Prince Charles to promote a controversial new play on at Islington’s Almeida Theatre has been censored on the London Underground network.
Newsreel archivists British Pathé have deluged their entire collection of 85,000 films on to YouTube – and the impact on your productivity is going to be catastrophic.
We all know the lengths politicians will go to these days to enhance their public image – but surely this is too far?
Displeasure from North Korea at a poster in a west London salon mocking the country’s leader has reached the Foreign Office.
Got a spare £75,000 and a love for all things David Beckham? Now you have the chance to get your hands on the superstar’s old BMW, which is being listed for sale on Auto Trader.
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.
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.
A woman who baffled Londoners when she took a man on a leash for a walk around Farringdon has come forward to explain the stunt.
Bizarre rush-hour antics seem to be in vogue at the moment. Last Friday workers in Farringdon were left bemused by a man being led around on a leash – meanwhile commuters on London Bridge were thrilled by a daredevil riding a Boris bike along the dizzying edge of London Bridge.