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March 8 2014 Latest news:
A show that promises depth and originality is making its debut at Stratford Circus, Theatre Square, Stratford, on March 25.
Present-day Jamaica is under the microscope in a hard-hitting new drama at Theatre Royal Stratford East.
An apprenticeship scheme has helped two young women forge successful careers.
A crane snapped in half near the Providence Tower development in Docklands this afternoon leaving one workman with serious head injuries.
A senior councillor has said he was “mortified” to learn of a former mayor’s recent bereavement after comparing her to Oswald Mosley’s fascist Blackshirts.
Trains in and out of Liverpool Street are cancelled and subject to severe delays because signalling problems this evening.
An upcoming exhibition at the Full Stop bar in Brick Lane depicts British folk stories through the eyes of four artists.
Planned engineering works will close parts of six Tube lines this weekend, as well as parts of the London Overground network.
A rebel Labour councillor has resigned from his local party over what he calls its culture of “bullying and bigotry”.
Train users are facing delays this morning after engineering works overran on the Shenfield to Liverpool Street line.
Prince Harry has made a plea for public support for a Paralympic-style championship for injured servicemen and women planned for the Olympic Park later this year.
A 43-year-old Crossrail construction worker died this morning after concrete fell on him from the ceiling of the tunnel he was working on.
Brick Lane should play classical music to cut crime, according to the Green Party candidate for Mayor of Tower Hamlets.
A rebel Labour councillor has accused his party of “bullying and intimidation” in a council budget meeting at which he says his microphone was unplugged in order to silence him.
Today is World Book Day and children across the country are celebrating the wonders of reading by dressing up as their favourite characters.
Environment campaigners are calling for a forest garden to be laid out above the historic Braithwaite railway arches at the proposed Bishopsgate goods-yard complex to offset the carbon footprint of the commercial development.
The Tower of London has outstripped its rivals St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey as a top tourist attraction.
People give up all sorts of things for Lent - chocolate, sweets, biscuits, cigarettes, alcohol.
The father of a murdered man has spoken of his shock after he received a letter asking him to remove a shrine at the scene of his son’s death.
Town Hall chiefs are to sign a UN charter of child rights in public services in London’s East End.
More than seven-out-of-10 pupils starting secondary school in London’s East End in September have gained a place at their first-choice.
Leyton Orient narrowly defeated Colchester United on Saturday to stay in the promotion mix.
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The Commitments musical have teamed up with London24 and the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, to offer five pairs of tickets to see The Commitments Musical on St Patrick’s Day.