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A student has conquered a gruelling coastal swimming, running and cliff-jumping race raising funds for refugees.

Which one of these four players is England’s greatest left midfielder of all time?

Two London Olympians who took part in London 2012 have backed a campaign to help secure the future of the London Youth Games, Europe’s largest youth sports festival.

Jon Hughes, chief executive of the London Youth Games, has called on the capital’s leaders and businesses to come forward and safeguard its future.

Kieran Trippier has laughed off his ‘Bury Beckham’ nickname, admitting the Manchester United star he most admired growing up was Gary Neville.

Tower Hamlets Council has been recognised for its outstanding ethical practices.

Read our World Cup blog which will be featuring over the coming weeks. Lane Dias reviews match one on day seven of the tournament.

Kate Hatcher likes company when she cycles down to the south coast—so the 30-year-old from Millwall, on the Isle of Dogs, joined 16,000 others who saddled up to ride with her on Sunday.

Puplampu leaps to success but Newham finish back in fifth

It’s the last straw for one-use plastic as Canary Wharf Group begins its ‘breaking the plastic habit’ campaign.

Visa card payments are failing in the UK and elsewhere in Europe.

More than 500 work-place accidents have been recorded at Canary Wharf in just 12 months.

The first trains have been on trial test runs through east London on Crossrail’s new Elizabeth line at speeds up to 60mph.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has unveiled plans to ban junk food adverts on the capital’s trains and buses in a bid to crack down on “the ticking timebomb” of child obesity in the city.

The first of the big guns from Westminster turned up in the Tower Hamlets election campaign when former government minister Sir Vince Cable arrived in Brick Lane for a curry and to back Elaine Bagshaw’s pitch to be next mayor.

Hampstead & Westminster members might have divided loyalties when England and Wales meet at the Commonwealth Games, writes Lee Power.

The talented athlete travelled to France recently and returned with a bronze medal to show for her efforts

Women punk wrestlers are coming to Bethnal Green under railway arches near you with all their grunts and groans.

The first Crossrail train went along the Elizabeth line last night as engineers tested a section of the tracks, travelling from Abbey Wood to Connaught Tunnel.

A Whitechapel mosque opened its doors to the public on Sunday for Visit My Mosque Day.

The council has been slammed after a wall with a plaque dedicated to one of the ‘greatest ever Brits’ was left covered with graffiti and rubbish dumped nearby..

In an article from our ‘Year in Sport’ pullout, the other teams in the Six Nations have their chances previewed

The National Basketball Association (NBA) has announced the Jr NBA World Championship, a first-of-its kind global youth basketball tournament for teams aged 14 and under from around the world.

A father-of-two diagnosed with haemophilia when he was two-years-old has been given the best Christmas present ever by medical researchers in Whitechapel who appear to have found a breakthrough cure.

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