March 11 2014 Latest news:
This stunning film is the result of attaching a camera to a mini helicopter and flying it around London before most people have even had their first cup of tea.
This sign was spotted outside a bar in the City, The Bell on Middlesex Street, on Saturday. The Internet had some observations...
A congregation in Camden has had its church taken over by another religious group after worshippers broke into the building and set up their own “spiritual space”.
A great-grandmother once caught up in a 27-mile police chase at speeds of between 10 and 20mph, has again been banned from driving – this time for a hit-and-run at a zebra crossing.
A Romeo who wanted his back shaved before a ‘hot date’ posted an advert online offering £20 to anyone who could do the job.
If you thought the week started with the selfie to end all selfies, you were wrong.
A superbly simple and lethally addictive game where you create your own tiny Tube system has been unleashed.
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.