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After last year's Olympic themed display, spectators of this year's New Year fireworks will get more than they bargained for. Those in close enough proximity will be part of a multi-sensory experience, according to organisers.
You'll be able to hear, smell and even taste parts of the display. There will be fruit flavours and smells combined with the pyrotechnics and fireworks. There will also be a London New Year's Eve fireworks app which will only be available for 24 hours.
The number of farmland birds in London has fallen significantly in the past decade, according to the latest RSPB report.
The report looked at over 100 of the UK's most common birds and of these species, about a fifth have declined in the south east by more than a third since 1995, including turtle doves, willowtits and cuckoos. The number of starlings has fallen 40% in London since 1995.
Boris Johnson will today outline a timetable to deliver his £913 million plan to transform cycling in London. The mayor will reiterate commitment his 'Vision for Cycling' at City Hall this morning.
The cycle safety event will be attended by senior representatives from key organisations involved with construction lorries in London, with the aim of improving safety on the roads.
Spitting has been made illegal in Enfield, in what's thought to be the first ban of its kind in the country.
From today, people who are caught spitting in public in the North London borough will face prosecution AND fines of up to 500 pounds.
It follows the introduction of a by-law which was agreed after months of campaigning by residents.
A murder inquiry's underway in West London after a man's body was found at a house in Greenford.
Police say a 'grave' had been prepared for the victim in the back-garden of the property.
Luke Hanrahan reports.
London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham will play each other in the third round of the FA Cup. The match will take place on the first weekend of January at the Emirates.
The last time the two clubs met in the FA Cup was in the 2001 semi-final.
A second teenager has been charged with the murder of a 17-year-old boy, Scotland Yard said.
The 17-year-old male will appear in custody at Highbury Magistrates' Court tomorrow accused of stabbing Joshua Folkes to death.
Kreshnik Etemi, 18, from Muswell Hill, appeared at the same court yesterday charged with murder. He was remanded in custody and will appear at the Old Bailey tomorrow.
Joshua, known as Money J, was murdered outside a friend's home in Palmers Green, north London, in the early hours of Tuesday.
A post-mortem examination gave the cause of Joshua's death as a stab wound to the chest. A 15-year-old girl arrested in Enfield on Wednesday in connection with the murder has been released on bail pending further inquiries.
A couple who sexually exploited Polish women at brothels run from a Greenwich call centre will be sentenced tomorrow. Kamil Niewiadomski and Ewa Nosal posted adverts for escorts on a Polish website. When applicants came to work for the pair, their photos were posted on adult services websites here.
Niewiadomski also fined victims £10 if they were late or a client walked out. Officers investigated the pair after several victims rang their hotline.
Detectives recovered almost 50 identity cards for Polish men and women at their house, suggesting all had been exploited or worked for the pair.
Police believe there may be many more victims.
Nosal and Niewiadomski both pleaded guilty to controlling prostitution for gain at Southwark Crown Court on 11 October . Niewiadomski also pleaded guilty to doing an act tending and intended to pervert the course of public justice.