From passionate kisses to figures lost in thought - some of the world's most famous sculptures are set to go on show in the capital
It is first statue of a woman to be positioned in Parliament Square
The charity ride is in aid of two organisations - Stop The Traffik and Care of Police Survivors.
An updated version of Lionel Bart's musical is currently midway through its first run in the capital.
We hear from Rodrigo Santoro who plays Hector.
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The campaign to help those in need, or with hidden disabilities.
The 29 year old became ill at around the 22 mile mark, and died later in hospital.
A state of the art 5 million pound imaging centre has opened at Barnet football club's ground - aimed at supporting injured athletes, and NHS patients.
Primary school children from South London have been given a special cycling lesson from the Olympic legend Sir Chris Hoy.
The ashy remains of punk memorabilia goes on sale
The London creative agency that's tackling plastic pollution one play at a time.
Thousands descended on Trafalgar Square as the capital celebrated the feast of St george today.
The victims suffered life changing injuries
Soul band Shalamar regroup for new tour
A new exhibition in Marylebone inspired by nature
‘Rio Azul’ is on at the White Cube Gallery
A performance at Liverpool Street station to mark the anniversary
An estimated 40,000 people will take part in the London Marathon this Sunday.
The document seen by the Evening Standard says materials used made the building unsafe
The Grand Prix is part of London tech week
April is officially lambing season and at SweetTree fields farm in Mill Hill, volunteers have been brining lambs into the world.
Congratulations Team Sudan!
From Tower Hamlets.
Pro-EU campaigners launch the 'Peoples Vote'.
A double lung transplant survivor hopes to write a book
Sadiq Khan and Walthamstow MP Stella Creasy visit a youth project in Waltham Forest
A legendary Camden pub has been saved from demolition
The social media star launches new campaign
Two men are sentenced in a so called county line case
A north London charity is calling to help people in their area who might be struggling
Okeam won the annual competition after impressing judges with his version of John Legend's 'All of Me'.
Representatives, fans and players ask Sadiq Khan to reconsider.
The NSPCC has teamed up with Harrods to open a pop-up fashion shop in Knightsbridge
A new documentary starring an influential figure in British menswear
The stories making the local papers
How boxing helped John Harding turn his life around
The Grade I listed St Alfege Church was built in the early 18th century and was heavily damaged in World War II.
A theatrical interpretation of the classic novel
Campaign to decriminalise same-sex relationships
A new participative production about a contagious blindness comes to the capital
The Syrian photographer Sara Naim has opened her first ever solo show in central London.
The tours mark the re-opening of the famous Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room.
New TV show by South London comedian London Hughes
Jeremy Corbyn accuses ministers of fuelling violence on the streets
Londoners had the chance to play against professional e-sports players
The efforts of nations that helped Britain's Allies during the second world war have been well documented.
Fifty people have died in London within just three months
East London's long history with printing is being honoured in a new archive.
An exclusive hotel loved by the Royals and a centre for the homeless have joined forces to help some of the capital's most vulnerable.
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