There has been more morning misery for London Underground passengers following a series of rush-hour problems.Read the full story ›
Red Kites are commuting to Reading from surrounding countryside in search of meat. The large bird of prey was once virtually extinct in the UK.
They've been feasting on leftovers such as chicken - from residents trying to attract the birds.
Passengers have been warned by rail companies not to travel this Easter as closures on main routes could result in 3-hour delays.Read the full story ›
Ever been delayed? This could make it a lot easier to get compensation.Read the full story ›
If you enjoyed our relatively warm winter be warned - so did the slugs and snails. Millions are on their way to a garden near you.Read the full story ›
David Cameron has toady announced 27 new Free Schools in the capital - pledging more to come if the Conservatives win the General Election.Read the full story ›
Clouds will thicken, bringing light rain and a strong breeze later today.Read the full story ›
Most places will stay dry with sunny spells and varying cloud in the west.Read the full story ›
By the age of 12 Harnaam Kaur was waxing twice a week and shaving daily. She even considered suicide before finally accepting who she was.Read the full story ›
The British Transport Police wants to trace a man who rode on a horse into Windsor & Eton Riverside Station and threatened staff. The incident happened on Sunday January 4th. He rode into the station around 3pm but when he was challenged by a staff member, he threatened them with a riding crop and racially abused them.
A busy railway station is no place for horses and rail operators have every right to refuse access to people with animals under the railway bye-laws. The member of staff was just doing their job and racial abuse and threats will not be tolerated.
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference B9(S-SUB) of 25/02/2015. Information can also be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.