These are the images of three men wanted in connection with a fatal drive-by shooting outside a house party.
A narrowboat has been destroyed in a fire caused by a barbecue.
Dawn raids led to the arrest of 14 people in a crackdown on drug dealing, violence and anti-social behaviour.
The East End has the highest percentage of child poverty in the country, a study shows.
Members of an organised crime gang involved in the sale of counterfeit money, drugs and guns have been jailed.
A man whose driving led to the death of a “beloved” son in a crash on the A12 has been jailed.
An appeal has been made for help to solve the mystery surrounding a construction worker’s death.
A memorial service has been held to pay tribute to seven firefighters who lost their lives at the start of the Blitz.
A fundraiser has been launched to help a stray cat whose nose keeps bleeding get surgery.
Young people are among those urged to register to vote as part of a week-long campaign to increase voter numbers.
Work has started on temporary lanes aimed at making room for cyclists heading to and from Docklands.
An East End theatre company is helping homeless people whose mental health has suffered during lockdown.
The mayor has warned that London Fire Brigade’s budget could be cut unless it gets government help.
Surgeons have performed the world’s first successful brain aneurysm surgery while a patient was still awake using a “tiny, cage-like” gadget.
People are being urged to respond to revised plans for the Bishopsgate Goodsyard scheme before the deadline runs out in a few days’ time.
A 24/7 bus lane trial is due to be rolled out in a bid to improve the reliability of buses throughout the day.
A campaign group has backed calls for town hall leaders to do more to roll out low traffic neighbourhoods.
A Whitechapel company has landed a major government contract to redeploy the region’s displaced construction apprentices at risk of losing out on their careers because of Covid-19.
A school is celebrating GCSE results success at the end of an “incredibly stressful” period made worse by the uncertainty surrounding how grades were calculated.
A headteacher has praised the class of 2020 for adapting to “the most challenging of years”.
A school principal has praised his pupils following their success in this year’s GCSE results.
A fire has damaged half the second floor of a house.
A paedophile who tried to arrange to sexually abuse a child while waiting to be deported from Australia has been jailed.
Sir Jack Petchey who founded a business empire and youth charity is 95 today.
The police arrested 10 people in a series of raids across London and Essex targeting organised gangs forcing “vulnerable” people to farm cannabis.
A lifesaving operation has taken place that could reduce deaths and infection risks in patients undergoing kidney dialysis.
Detectives are appealing for information after “rare” designer watches valued at up to £300,000 were stolen from the bck of a delivery van.
A £1.5billion bailout is “a crucial next step on the road to recovery” and a “vital lifeline” for the arts.
Extinction Rebellion campaigners have urged the government to “put community over corruption” in a protest sparked by the Westferry Printworks scandal.
The London Legacy Development Corporation could be forced to make almost £10million worth of cuts.
Let’s get physical! One of the dangers of lockdown is to be lulled into laziness, watching too many box sets, and eating and drinking too much, but there is no excuse to not start exercising to get fit and stay healthy.
UK Government Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced extra measures to support workers and businesses throughout winter, including a furlough scheme extension paying 80 per cent of staff wages.
The way the UK does business with Europe changes from January 1, heralding a new start. All companies that trade with the EU need to act now to make sure they are set to go.
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