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Children traded the classroom for curation when they took over the Museum of Childhood for the day.

Driverless cars and buses are set to become a common sight in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Four NHS employees have abandoned razors for a month to support a health campaign.

Bus passengers will be able to make as many journeys as they like within an hour for just £1.50 next year.

A former Advertiser journalist who swapped news for novels has realised a childhood dream with the publication of her first book.

Here’s your chance to help shape the future of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the surrounding area.

Can I dock my yacht in your car park?

Sir Ian McKellan has supported Tower Hamlets’ bid to be named the London borough of culture.

A two week gun amnesty is taking place in a bid to reduce the number of deadly weapons on the streets.

Barts Health NHS Trust has been upgraded by inspectors, two years after it was placed into special measures.

Eleven years ago, a man died after collapsing at a bus stop. He has never been identified.

Pedestrians and cyclists could benefit from a new river crossing at Canary Wharf.

A decision on the proposed Silvertown tunnel has been delayed until May.

Have you spotted one of these buses with a difference yet?

The Red Arrows are used to travelling at top speeds in the air, but their feet were firmly on the ground during a visit to Canary Wharf.

The trial of a man accused of stabbing his mother and sister to death has been delayed.

Limehouse and Brick Lane police stations are set to close by the end of this year, City Hall has confirmed.

Cyclists could soon find themselves pedalling on one of the new generation of Santander Cycles.

If you are one of those people who hide behind the sofa when watching a horror film, east London may not be the place for you.

Business owners and entrepreneurs are set to descend on Canary Wharf’s East Wintergarden tonight for the Thames Gateway Business Awards.

Non-league Leyton Orient might be a far cry from lifting the Premier League trophy themselves, but youngsters were able to get up close and personal with it during a visit to the ground.

To mark London City Airport’s 30th anniversary, a photography exhibition has been unveiled in Canary Wharf to chronicle its history.

Greater Anglia services are set to be hit with two days of strike action next month.

Young sports apprentices were given the royal seal of approval at the London Stadium.

The Boundary Commission has announced revised proposals for changes to constituency seats.

You’d have been forgiven for thinking you were seeing the east London sky through an Instagram filter this afternoon, as Storm Ophelia turned the capital a strange shade of yellow.

There is a lower proportion of people with dementia in Poplar and Limehouse than in any other constituency in the UK.

The London Stadium is set to rock next summer as the Foo Fighters confirmed they will be playing two nights at the venue.

The dream is over for Canary Wharf candidate Jeff Wan as he became the second candidate to be fired from The Apprentice.

A decision on whether the Silvertown tunnel will be built has been delayed for a month.

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