Boris Johnson is in Northern Ireland on a mission try to stop the government cutting London's transport budget.
If you are heading out first thing tomorrow for the marathon, remember extra layers. It will be bright but chilly.
According to the MET Office, tomorrow will officially be the first day of spring.
A London borough with 82 betting shops will have to make room for one more.
The bookmakers "Paddy Power" have won a legal battle against Newham Council over opening a new shop there. A court has today rejected the council's claims the move would attract crime and anti-social behaviour.
This report from Carolyn Sim.
A 1.5 billion pound deal to transform a neglected part of the East End has been announced by the Mayor, Boris Johnson. A new development at Silvertown Quays in the Royal Docks will create 9,000 new jobs.
Piers Hopkirk reports.
A booklet of statistics about the UK's car ownership has found that people in London and the South East own the most cars.
There are now more than 31 million cars on UK roads, with London and the South East accounting for 9.79 million of them.
To the surprise of very few, open-top cars were most prevalent in Kensington and Chelsea.
Of the 2,044,609 new-car registrations in 2012, more than 632,000 were in London and south east.
The most fuel-efficient town in the UK is Slough in Berkshire, with the average car there topping 50mpg, thanks to more than 60% of its motors being diesel-powered.
Police are still looking for a driver who fled the scene of a car crash at a bus stop in Streatham in which a woman died and a man was critically injured. The woman has not yet been identified but her family have been informed. Doctors say the man is in hospital in a critical condition.