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A woman was struck by a train at Romford station this morning, affecting trains between London Liverpool Street and Shenfield and causing hour-long delays.
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.
Stickers placed on lamp posts warning Muslims not to vote in the upcoming election have been condemned for copying ‘evil’ Islamic State teachings.
A minicab driver has been jailed after picking up a woman in Shoreditch and taking to his friend’s house in Walthamstow, where she was raped.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after he fell from a second-floor shop window in the Royal Exchange in the City.
A woman died in the early hours of this morning after she was struck by a Victoria Line train.
On Saturday hundreds of protesters marched in Brixton to campaign against gentrification “pushing locals out of the area”.
In February, London24 ran an appeal to help find Borex Tatsa, a vulnerable teenager from Hackney who had gone missing.
The inbound A12 is shut at the Redbridge roundabout after a artic lorry overturned.
Arts festival Hackney WickED will not go ahead this summer due to “ever-increasing” production costs, its organisers have announced.
Police are looking for two witnesses to a vicious assault that took place in Camden Lock and left the victim needing hospital treatment.
Visitors to this year’s Wimbledon will have to abandon their selfie sticks after bosses banned them from being taken into the grounds.
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.
Road users may wish to find alternative routes on Victoria Embankment as major works begin for the east-west cycle superhighway today.
A 34-year-old has been charged with murder after a man was stabbed to death in Leyton over the weekend.
Amy Winehouse’s family has criticised a documentary about her life.
Workers on London’s Docklands Light Railway are to be balloted for strikes in two separate disputes over pay and conditions.
We are pleased to report that Ria Begum, a 15-year-old girl from Greenwich who went missing on Sunday April 12, has been found.
A Notting Hill couple trapped on Everest after the deadly Nepal earthquake have described the devastating scenes at base camp with constant avalanches and aftershocks.
Four fire engines have been called to attend a huge fire on the High Street in Edgware.
Housing campaigners from Newham are offering free hair cuts tomorrow as their launch their “Cut homes not hair” protest.
Keith Fraser, the UKIP prospective parliamentary candidate for Hackney North and Stoke Newington has apologised after retweeting an Islamophobic cartoon which looks similar to Charlie Hebdo’s depictions of the Prophet yesterday morning.
Police have released an image of a woman they want to speak to after a Muslim woman wearing a head scarf was racially abused on a Piccadilly line train.
A 94-year-old woman is fighting for her life today after she was hit by a people carrier in north London.
A 32-year-old man carried out an ‘incredibly frightening’ sexual assault on a 12-year-old girl travelling alone on the DLR.
CCTV images of a cyclist accused of forcefully knocking a woman over in Bermondsey before speeding off have been released by police.
A protest over the number of migrants who have drowned while trying to reach Europe will be held outside the European Commission in Smith Square, Westminster tomorrow.
A giant interactive 3D model showing London in the past, the present and the future has been unveiled.
A man in his 30s was killed yesterday after his motorbike crashed into a Transit van in Sutton.
London’s Transport Commissioner has slammed commuter rail services, comparing them to the ‘Wild West’, and even using four-letter words to describe them.
A crowdfunding campaign has today been launched to build a heated, freshwater swimming pool in the Thames.
Marathon runners may have to pack their waterproofs as Sunday’s weather forecast is looking rather damp.
Remember the envy when Bristolians got to race down a giant water slide on an inflatable lilo last summer?
Police have recovered a body from the River Lea and believe it may be that of Ambrose Ball, who went missing in January after crashing his car.
A MAN who pushed a “complete stranger” to the ground and raped her in a public street has been jailed for nine years.
A young woman has been left with life-long scars after she was knocked down on the pavement by a speeding cyclist who fled as she lay there with blood pouring down her face.
Tufnell Park station on the Northern Line is closed this morning due to a local power failure.
The new owner of an iconic gay pub that closed without warning said he had “no choice” in keeping the venue open and says a new operator has already been chosen.
A 13-year-old girl was sexually attacked on a Bromley-bound bus, police have revealed.
A Tottenham man who stabbed an innocent 22-year-old to death at a Middlesex University campus party has been given a life sentence for the “cowardly” attack.
Microsoft Band is the tech giant’s big entry into the wearable market and London24 was one of a handful of media companies invited to the UK press launch.