The six foot sculpture made out of 40 kilograms of chocolate. It's safe to say, there's not much left.Read the full story ›
You could be forgiven for thinking these pictures of the sun were taken using an expensive bit of kit from NASA. But you'd be wrong.Read the full story ›
Battersea Cats and Dogs Home has put out a plea to help some of their oldest residents find a home to spend their twilight years.Read the full story ›
"One minute it's Peppa Pig and Father Christmas and the next it's an orgy train..." said one shocked mother.Read the full story ›
At 15 metres high, make a dramatic entrance at London's Hayward Gallery.Read the full story ›
The Beckhams paid £31.5 million for the detached home in West London. But their plans to transform it are already annoying some locals.Read the full story ›
No matter where you look, London's population is getting older - with the exception of one of the capital's boroughs.Read the full story ›
The Ivy restaurant's private bar sold for more than 30 times its estimated worth at auction last night, fetching £31,000 after decades of playing host to celebrities such as David Beckham and Brad Pitt.
In a charity event that raised £1 million, The Ivy sold everything from its finest artwork to its pane glass window and even the sign for the ladies' toilet.
A seat at the table that served dinner to Laurence Olivier and Diana, Princess of Wales was last night priced at £6,000 after the restaurant's top table went under the hammer.
Once one of the most difficult places to pass through in London, The Ivy's oak front door fetched £27,500.
'Everyone is capable - it just requires a bit of patience', says fast-fingered Oliver.Read the full story ›