March 16 2014 Latest news:
The Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations take place in the heart of the capital with a parade and with special performances from Riverdance and stars from West End musical The Commitments.
The Met are trying to trace a man after a car was involved in a collision with an unmarked police car in Dagenham, hospitalising an officer.
A man has died after being found mysteriously in an alleyway with serious injures in South Norwood this morning.
Boris Johnson’s crime chief stunned an audience by announcing he was ‘pleased’ rape is on the rise in Camden, and has since backtracked for his insensitive words.
A 70-year-old cyclist has died two and a half weeks after being injured in a road traffic collision in Regent Street.
The cost of renting in London has risen so much that owning a family-sized house is more than £2,250 a year cheaper, according to new research.
Tickets have gone on sale offering the public a thrilling stellar view atop the Olympic Park’s ArcelorMittal Orbit ahead of it re-opening on April 5.
A man was subjected to ‘intimidating and upsetting’ anti-semitic abuse on the Tube as he travelled on the Northern Line from Leicester Square.
A 79-year-old woman was sexually assaulted at a bus stop in north London in broad daylight after a man struck up a conversation with her.
A British Muslim couple were jailed today for glorifying the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby in videos posted on YouTube that were “offensive in the extreme”.
If you’ve ever wished you could stand next to Tom Daley on the Olympic diving platform then now you can. Sort of.
Passengers on a bus in west London were treated to a sight on Wednesday evening, when a woman was spotted jogging in the nude along Uxbridge Road.
Planned engineering works will disrupt services on several Tube lines, the Docklands Light Railway and Overground network this weekend - read on for the full details.
A teenager claims police called him ‘a monkey’ and beat him up after arresting him simply for wearing an expensive watch.