March 7 2014 Latest news:
The Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development at Birkbeck, University of London, has spent more than 15 years establishing itself as one of the world’s leading developmental research hubs.
Passengers at Paddington Station are tweeting even more than usual after they spotted a hawk prowling the station.
A tropical fish has been put on a diet by staff at the Sea Life London Aquarium – after her previous owner fed her on prawn cocktail Skips.
London’s very first cat cafe, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium, opens this weekend, it has at last been announced.
Six sheep heads found illegally on sale in a supermarket in Edmonton have been seized after Enfield Council discovered them during a routine inspection.
A man fell so deep down a manhole in south east London earlier this week firefighters had to use a rope to rescue him.
Porn stars and prostitutes were hired for orgies in Hackney Wick with bondage areas, a ‘porn room’ and beds for partner-swapping.
A misguided cyclist ended up on the hard shoulder of the M25 this morning - after placing a little too much trust in a phone app.
A ‘billboard’ made from 5,000 bananas has appeared in Clapham to the surprise of its residents.
It’s often been joked the best way of getting a seat on the Tube is to bring your own, but Londoners seem to be taking it to heart after two people were separately spotted reading in comfy chairs they brought with them onto the Underground.
This amazing multi-exposure photograph captures a death-defying trick performed by freestyle motorcross rider Dan Whitby.
Housing developers Weston Homes have created Lego-themed children’s bedrooms to help them sell properties to families.
Police have vowed to deal “robustly” with death-defying free-runners captured on film climbing a large crane in Wallington, south London.
Theories include a Dr Who-style alien invasion, Shia LaBeouf’s European apology tour, or simply a very unfortunate man stuck upside down, but nobody is really sure who the King’s Cross ‘Bucket Man’ is.
A man and a woman locked in a bitter custody battle for more than a decade have come to an agreement after a High Court judge suggested they ‘sit down around the kitchen table and have a cup of tea together’.