One Tube announcer has been mixing things up and putting a smile on the face of commuters at Victoria station.Read the full story ›
Have a go at guessing the most popular name in Britain and find out how unique your name is.Read the full story ›
Staff at Envirowaste in Leyton say the medal may have been left within a piece of furniture and thrown away accidentally.Read the full story ›
Martin Gallagher was in Euston station when he saw Grace Georgina crying - she had lost her ticket and was unable to get home to Liverpool.Read the full story ›
Always bound to raise a few eyebrows, the fourth plinth in Trafalgar square is one of the capital's most famous places to display artwork.Read the full story ›
If you're thinking of doing some DIY, the library's the last place you'd think of going, until now.
A councillor in Hackney wants libraries to lend out all sorts of electrical equipment, including power tools, to help Londoners cut waste and the cost of living. Speaking to Hackney Citizen, Councillor Jon Burke said:
Essentially I want to pilot a physical lending library through which people will be able to come and borrow items they would otherwise have to buy.
The main purpose of this is to reduce upstream waste, but it would also have an impact for the people who are at the margins.
If they need a drill, for example, they wouldn’t need to have to go out and purchase one.
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Claudia Vulliamy told ITV News it was "a laugh" to chop up what "seemed like a monument" from the university and turn it into a painting.Read the full story ›
Someone with a very different grasp of the English language is teaching the world a thing or two about London slang. If you know your 'bare' from your 'mandem' you'll know exactly what this Korean YouTuber is talking about. He's translated common dialect words.
The Grand Tier box is big enough for 12 people and on the same level as the Queen's.Read the full story ›
Crystal Palace fans are really missing their matchday announcer. At the start of the Premier League season Mike Rankine was suddenly removed from the position.
But fans aren't happy and say his replacements have "fallen way short of the standards Mike set during his time in the role".
Many supporters commenting that the overall matchday experience has worsened significantly over the past five months in his absence.
I have spoken with Mike and he has made it clear that he would consider returning to the role should the opportunity ever arise. He is a devout, knowledgeable Palace fan who took immense pride in his role as the 'Sound of Selhurst' since 2009.
'Fans of Crystal Palace Football Club' are spreading a word by getting as many people as possible to sign a petition. Miss Mike? Sign here.