Hundreds flocked to the launch of a unique tool to marry technology and creativity this month.
Tunnelling for Crossrail 150ft deeep under east London may have been completed last month—but on the surface there is serious tunnelling still being carried out by this toddler.
Easter came early on the Isle of Dogs when children staged their own special parade with bonnets they made themselves.
Thousands of pupils from schools across east London have seen a special updated version of Othello set in the First World War at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
Police are growing increasingly concerned about a missing 16-year-old girl.
Top executive staff at one of the big east London estate agencies has scooped prestigious internal company recognition at its US parent group’s annual conference in New York.
The election campaign officially starts at the end of March – but the battle for hearts, minds and votes started long ago. Political editor Annabelle Dickson sets out her guide
A ‘back to work’ employment programme in London’s deprived East End has now helped its 200th parent get a job after raising a family.
Biodiversity experts are buzzing round looking for volunteers to count bees in London’s East End now spring is here.
Police officers have been on a walkabout in London’s East End looking for evidence of street crime and anti-social behaviour..
A convicted rapist on the run from justice last known to be living in London’s East End has found his way onto the latest list of Britain’s ‘most wanted’ fugitives.
Patients joined their GPs in a street protest over budget cuts that campaigners say could close down many surgeries in London’s deprived East End with its high levels of chronic illness.
Green activists have launched their campaign to take two of east London’s Labour stronghold Parliamentary seats in May 7’s General Election with a protest against local GP surgeries closing down.
The government’s much-criticised “making work pay” Universal Credit has arrived at Jobcentres in London’s deprived East End where unemployment is traditionally high and many families are feeling the pinch from benefit capping.
Crumbs! Don’t feed us bread—it’s junk food. That’s the message ducks and other fowls would quack if they knew what was good for them.
Volunteers who found a wartime hand-grenade and other weapons in the Regent’s Canal are returning to give the waterway a makeover to help wildlife.
Mums are making a desperate plea tonight to stop their children’s special needs unit in London’s deprived East End being closed down.
Controversial mayor Lutfur Rahman looked round his new “home” which is costing council taxpayers in London’s deprived East End a cool £9 million—for a run-down pile of bricks needing some attention.
Construction for the Crossrail underground rail project around Liverpool Street has literally been bedlam for archaeologists.
Pictures of dogs of war have come to light for a unique exhibition launched this-evening of photographs going back 100 years that almost ended up in the dustbin.
The notorious Kray twins were once naughty little boys who got a thick ear from Kelly’s pie’n’mash shop owner in London’s East End where they grew up.
The lights went off and the cameras came out.
Call it the X Factor, star quality, even ‘something’ but whatever ‘it’ is Ed’s not got it, says the PM.
The Ukip leader doesn’t want to be too scripted for the seven-way televised encounter.