The controversial garden river crossing is dealt a blow
Printmaker Paul Catherall's exhibition opens in Ealing
The one day workshop was to help them get active.
The £114 million scheme to may London's youth more employable.
Interactive games to help with physical therapy and an app to prevent self-harm.
Seven Dials - Fear and Loathing at The Roxy Club showcases some of the iconic images of the era
We visit a crisis centre in Brixton
It’ll take place in the former Evening Standard printing site.
The event is raising money for Key 4 Life.
Due to the park's rising number of visitors, there are fears the space and creatures wont be able to cope.
The mother-of-one is serving a prison sentence in Iran.
Alex Askew suffered PTSD and homelessness after serving in Afghanistan.
Half of FGM cases recorded in the country are in London.
The world's only online Pride launches this week
Could we see a similar charge to plastic bags?
Parents, carers and therapists take part in a walking challenge to raise awareness
Mary Keitany of Kenya has broken Paula Radcliffe's women's-only world record to win the London Marathon.
It was one of hundreds of protests in cities across the globe.
The Mayor put on a Feast in Trafalgar Square this afternoon
Legendary UK soul group are still touring after 45 years
NHS study has found screening cuts the risk of illness in babies by 80%
Newport Street Gallery features Ashley Bickerton
The world's largest photography competition goes on display.
Local news round up with Archant Media's Matt Withers
National Audit Office slams smart ticketing
There's a range of unusual tech for people to try.
Rotherhithe's China Hall is facing closure
Pop-up and pre-order method of shopping aims to support the local economy
Paralympic double gold medallist on taking part in the London Marathon
A new exhibition looking at the way medical science has progressed over the years has opened at the centre.
Artist Dom Pattinson gives us an exclusive on the next clue.
After it's success in Brixton, Operation Divert is rolled out in Bethnal Green today
Evening Standard's Digital Features Editor Amira Hashish talks through this week's big trends.
Claire Eastham struggled with anxiety as a child and now wants to help others like her
Revitalise says more than half of the carers won't get a break this bank holiday
2 Become 1 has enjoyed sell-out success in Edinburgh
92 percent of blind or partial sighted people say they were given no emotional support when being diagnosed with condition like anxiety or depression.
It has the most employees paid more than 100,000 pounds.
French acrobatic troupe bring their show It’s Not Yet Midnight to the Roundhouse
Her design is one of three new green spaces near Liverpool Street station
Ecco Homo now stands at the gates of St. Paul's cathedral.
Petition launched over plans to redevelop car park on Moncrieff Street
The deputy leader of UKIP speaks about his job at City Hall.
Punk poet pens hit story after surviving near-death experience
The scheme will see hundreds planted across the capital
Development in Ealing aims to address the shortage in emergency accommodation
Why one of the country's most celebrated contemporary artists has guest edited the Big Issue
He spoke to Luke Blackall about the role and why he thinks London Live is doing a great job championing the UK's filmmakers.
The Square Mile Challenge aims to reuse half a million cups in April
Music news with Hoxton Radio DJ Paul Hanford
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