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The Mr Men will become Londoners on June 4 when a new book featuring them on a Big Smoke day trip is published.
Britain’s grumpiest tree has been spotted growing in Blackheath Park in Greenwich, south east London.
A huge new natural outdoor swimming pond will open to the public in the heart of busy King’s Cross on Friday - just in time for the bank holiday weekend.
If you saw this strange sight this morning, we can explain everything. You really DID see a house floating down the rover - and it is real.
A classic London black cab has been transformed with a LGBT pride rainbow to mark the Internation Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia on Sunday May 17.
London is set for three days of celebrations to mark 70 years since VE Day, the end of the Second World War in Europe.
The team behind Secret Cinema are set to launch a nightclub in London.
IKEA are bringing a pop-up breakfast in bed cafe to Shoreditch - and it’s completely free!
In something that might have stretched even Nathan Barley’s imagination, now comes the marriage of the cereal cafe and the ‘breakfast rave’.
If you’ve ever watched diving on the television and thought “well, that looks easy, this video is for you”.
Bus passengers in Clapham have a bone to pick with whoever left a rotting goat leg to fester away on top of a bus stop.
We write about a lot of quirky stuff at London24, but we’re pretty sure that the Mad Scientist Soiree is the barmiest one yet.
Down Street Tube station in Mayfair is to be given a new lease of life more than 80 years after it closed, as TfL invites businesses to move in.
From tomorrow legendary Dalston pool and snooker hall Efes will boast a 200ft crazy golf course.
The identical twins behind Brick Lane’s Cereal Killer Cafe are to open a second venue in Camden Stables on May 14.
East London council Barking and Dagenham is set to become the first in the country to use DNA testing to catch irresponsible pet owners who fail to clean up after their dogs.
A cleaning service is using its app to offer London home owners with mice problems the chance to foster a cat for free, in order to get rid of rodent invaders.
Much loved poet and author Michael Rosen has been penning some sterling poetry on Twitter about Grant Shapps.
Futuristic kitchen uses robotic arms to rustle up lobster bisque for panel of chefs
A giant pair of testicles will make its way around the London Marathon race course later this month.
A new business is helping bereaved families get rid of unwanted pornography in Holloway Road.
The latest woolly arrivals down on the farm in London’s urban East End have been enjoying the spring frolicking in the sunshine.
In fact, it’s more like a giant bouncy bridge - the largest inflatable bridge ever built, in fact - and you can play on it from Wednesday April 22 to Sunday April 26.
This policewoman’s ball skills impressed football fans outside Wembley Stadium during Aston Villa’s semi final FA Cup clash with Liverpool on Sunday.
Over fifty people were arrested yesterday as Hyde Park became ‘High Park’ at an cannabis legalisation demonstration.
Man is responsible for some terrible acts of nature. But dog yoga - or ‘Doga’ as it’s known - might just take the biscuit for the most ridiculous.
A woman from Greenwich has started up a cooked breakfast delivery business - and hopes to expand across London.
A restaurant in Wembley has been forced to close after it had its premises licence suspended following a serious of violent incidents including an attempted murder.
A fox cub, only a few weeks old, nearly scored an own goal when it caught its neck in a back garden football net.
This intriguing sign was spotted in east London offering the princely sum of £50 for completing a 1000-piece jigsaw.
A Parisian man proposed to his girlfriend last week in the most east London way possible: with a graffiti mural in the tunnel near Shoreditch High Street station.
Animal lovers are being urged to let sleeping dogs lie after the London Fire Brigade had to put out a blaze started by the family pooch.
A six-foot-tall sculpture of Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is going on display at Westfield Stratford City on Good Friday to celebrate Easter and the launch of a new television channel.
If you thought animal-themed businesses were running out of steam, what with the cat cafe, rat cafe, owl bar (and subsequent drama), micropig picnic and fox/hedgehog/squirrel space, you were wrong.
An Ilford man has escaped jail after he tried to rob a bookmakers with a tin of fish.
There’s £200 worth of tickets to be won to Ambition Festival, which was recently flagged by the lifestyle bloggers at Smeeters as one of the UK’s top half-dozen alternatives to Glastonbury.
We all know being physically active is good for our health – regular exercise can help us lose weight, boost our mood and help to prevent disease.
Celebrate lighter, brighter days with the chance of winning an indulgent brunch for two with a bottle of bubbles at Darwin, the cool and casual brasserie 36 floors up at Sky Garden.
In with the old, out with the new. This is the mantra of the best London vintage shoppers today, whose aesthetic of effortless chic is becoming more sought after.
Think sweet treats make you feel better? ‘Comfort foods’ could be adding to your misery.