April 17 2014 Latest news:
Today could be the busiest day on Britain’s roads so far this year with millions of people setting off for the their Easter breaks, a traffic information company has warned.
Keepers have braved sharp claws and feisty personalities to discover the gender of London Zoo’s adorable tiger triplets - today revealing mum Melati has two boys and a girl.
An innocent family was caught in the midst of a suspected gun fight after two cars collided outside a primary school.
Euston station was closed during Wednesday evening’s rush hour after a black cab caught fire in the taxi rank outside.
Customers were quickly evacuated from The Willow Walk Wetherspoons pub in Victoria on Wednesday afternoon after a fire broke out.
Displeasure from North Korea at a poster in a west London salon mocking the country’s leader has reached the Foreign Office.
Fans of Leonardo DiCaprio were targeted by a gang of pickpockets who preyed on innocent tourists at the UK premiere of the Wolf of Wall Street in Leicester Square.
High-profile business leaders from across London have endorsed the new .London internet domain and sent an open letter urging other firms in the capital to do the same.
Don’t let travel problems ruin your Easter holiday fun and check out our handy guide to all the planned disruption by TfL this weekend.
A 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy from north London have become Britain’s youngest parents, according to reports.
Specialist Trident officers have launched an investigation into a suspected shooting yesterday afternoon.
The Daily Mirror has paid a Highgate man an undisclosed fee to compensate for publishing a front page picture of him holding a giant rat and falsely claiming the image showed a pest controller in Liverpool.
Workmen digging up a driveway in Purley may have stumbled across remains from an ancient Saxon burial ground after they discovered a number of bones including a skull.
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.
The man who died in the building collapse in Grosvenor Square when a mini-digger fell from the second-floor has been named as Lithuanian father-of-two Dainius Rupsys.