October 25 2014 Latest news:
This sweet-toothed gorilla celebrated her birthday in style - by filling her face with a special cake made by Great British Bake Off finalist Richard Burr.
A Maida Vale pub has been forced to shut its doors after allegations surfaced of a “prolonged and serious” sexual assault there earlier this month.
An unusual continental visitor with a sting in its tail was found lurking in a Hampstead home this week - and now the family who discovered it plan to hunt down more of the predators.
Labour’s shadow chancellor Ed Balls has moved to reassure homeowners in Westminster that they will not be forced to sell up due to his proposed mansion tax – insisting the policy will be “fair and proportionate”.
An imam from Kilburn who was accused of carrying out a series of sham marriages at an Islamic centre in Westbourne Grove has had the charges against him dropped.
London Zoo has come to the rescue of an unusual continental visitor in Hampstead.
A woman from Queen’s Park who tried to smuggle drugs and booze to her husband in jail has become a prisoner herself.
Four men who allegedly took an oath of allegiance to Islamic State extremists have been charged with planning to commit acts of terrorism.
The headteacher of a scandal-hit school has vowed to restore it to its former glory and insists its troubles are firmly behind it.
Quintin Kynaston Academy has slipped from being an ‘outstanding’ school to one that ‘requires improvement’, its latest Ofsted inspection report reveals.
Pupils of a Paddington primary school put their textbooks to one side for a day of technical activities tailored to teaching children 21st-century skills.
The owner of a derelict St John’s Wood pub has reawoken fears he plans to turn it into luxury housing after claims he is “stalling” on a deal to sell the lease to a popular publican.
A night out or a meal in a restaurant has become a no-no for handbag thief who has been banned from pubs and eateries in London for 25 years.
A man from Stonebridge has been cleared of trying to smuggle contraband including drinks and drugs into a prison while he was a prisoner there.
A Queen’s Park woman and her prisoner husband plotted to smuggle alcohol, heroin, cannabis and mobile phones into a jail in Hemel Hempstead, a court heard.
Marylebone’s library will not have a permanent home until at least 2016 after it has come to light the council has asked its contractors to withdraw from the £12million project.
A Paddington hospital is celebrating after its major injury centre was named the best in the country.
There was a buzz of excitement at a performing arts centre last week when the moment came to extract the first batch of honey from its beehives.
Police have issued a warning to a Conservative Party agent over allegations of irregularities with the expenses of 30 candidates who stood in May’s elections to Westminster Council.
Three men have been arrested after a security guard was assaulted as he walked towards a Baker Street bank in the early hours of this morning.
A Maida Vale man is calling on neighbouring Brent to take inspiration from Westminster and tidy up a junction “lost” between the boroughs.
A mother whose family home was filled with poisonous fumes is urging people to invest £15 in the alarm which saved their lives.
Two men have been charged in connection with firearms offences following a raid on a property in St John’s Wood.
Five men have been arrested after a handgun and ammunition was found during a raid at a home in St John’s Wood last night (Wednesday).
Frontline staff at tube stations across Westminster are due to be cut by up to 46 per cent, it has been revealed.
Birthday cake proved to be just what the doctor ordered when a Marylebone pharmacy threw a party to celebrate its 200th anniversary.
Furious neighbours are urging Westminster Council to set an example by rejecting plans for a huge two-storey basement extension in St John’s Wood.
A row has broken out over plans to expand a Hampstead school to improve pupil safety in a road described by frustrated residents as “plagued by school-runs”.
An evening with broadcaster and journalist Andrew Marr, a tour giving a history of London Zoo’s architecture and the Belsize Festival are just some of the things featured in our top five this week.
Actress and Loose Women presenter Lynda Bellingham, who was battling cancer, died yesterday in her husband’s arms, her agent has confirmed.
The London Lions are the only professional basketball team in the capital, based at the state-of-the-art Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.