The awards range from Corporate role model to community group of the year and are awarded by celebrities and politicians
For the first time in its history, the art prize was given to a series of portraits, rather than an individual picture.
A new festival exploring migration, displacement and the refugee crisis is opening at the Camden People's Theatre asking Londoners to consider what it means to be in exile
'A Boy, A Man, A Kite' is based on the true life events, of the grammy nominated film composer Stephen Endelman
Thousands of people marched as colleges and unions from across England support fair pay for college staff
The editor of Homes and Property in the Evening Standard, Janice Morley, has taken us through the stories
Metropolitan Police, City of London, British Transport Police and TFL join together to provide information to Londoners on how to tackle hate crime
Pegasus came to prominence after spray painting an image of the late Amy Winehouse on a Camden wall, the night after her death
'They Shall not grow old' is a documentary about First World War with never-before-seen footage
Each year one artist is chosen to paint a 100 metre long stretch of wall between Portobello and Golborne Roads
The life and history of London will be explored in a new exhibition celebrating the energy of the city
The study was carried out to mark the 150th anniversary of The Royal National Institute of Blind People
AyseDeniz Gokcin made her classical concert debut performing Bach aged just nine
The International Science and Engineering Fair brings together some of the world's most intelligent teenagers for a competition
A 5 day celebration of music is kicking off in the capital promising a mix Latin, Cuban and Jazz.