Search and locate! Pups are put to the test in the next part of their Met Police training.
The Duchess of Cambridge took part in a nursery rhyme session and played with a frog hand puppet during her visit to a Middlesex hospice.
From the outside this Middlesex home looks like any ordinary abode, but open the front door....
Small businesses in London will be able to apply for grants to install high speed broadband.
It's part of a £100 million scheme to boost growth and exports.
Firms in the capital, and in nine other cities across the UK, will be able to access grants worth up to £3,000 to improve their connections.
The first phase of the scheme will be rolled out across six London boroughs:
- City of London
It will be opened up to the rest of London in Spring 2014.
The Minister for Cycling will face tough questions today following the deaths of six cyclists on London's roads last month.
Robert Goodwill will face MPs just a few days after cycling round the city to test out the capital's cycle routes.
The Minister spent an hour cycling around London, from Kings Cross to Westminster via Camden, Southwark and Lambeth.
He said he saw both good and bad infrastructure during his ride, but also said he didn't feel 'in any danger at any time'.
The humble fish pie, a British winter staple, has undergone a five star makeover with a price tag to match.
Charlie Bigham's 'Swish Pie' is being launched in the capital today and promises to be the world's most expensive ready meal.
The ingredients themselves read like a VIP guest list: salmon poached in vintage DomPerignon, a 24ct gold crumb on top of the dish, sea salt harvested from the Piran Salt Pans and whitetruffles as well as an 'amuse-bouche' of Beluga Caviar.
And if this has tempted you into wanting to try a 'Swish Pie' then be warned, you'll have to fork out £314.16 for the privilege.
After years of campaigning, South Londoners are getting the tube extension they've been hoping for.
The Government is expected to announce that a one billion pound extension to the Northern Line has been given the go-ahead today.
The Northern Line Extension will create two new tube stops in Battersea: one near Wandsworth Road and another next to Battersea Power Station.
It forms wider plans to regenerate Vauxhall and Battersea that also sees news homes and commercial buildings being proposed along the riverfront as well as the new American embassy being built in the area.
While the former Spice girl has become a fashion icon in her own right, Victoria Beckham's gold and diamond wedding tiara will be on display later today before it is sold at auction.
Auction house Bonhams is to hold an upcoming fine jewellery sale where the jewellery is expected to fetch up to £25,000.
The Crossrail 2 - a new rail link between south west and north east London - project has received overwhelming support from the public according to public consultation.
The Mayor of London has hailed the project as crucial in relieving congestion, boosting economic growth in the capital, and offering a vital interchange if the high speed HS2 national rail service goes ahead.
The Royal Courts of Justice will hear a pre-inquest review hearing dealing with the death of Alexander Litvinenko later today. The session is being held so as to prepare for an inquest, in the event that there is no public inquiry into the Russian spy's death.
In a bid to better understand the hazards on the capital's roads the cycling minister is to ride across London from Kings Cross to Parliament later today. Robert Goodwill will try out a route designed by civil servants to learn more about cycling in London.
It follows a string of cyclist deaths amid calls from campaigners for more dedicated space to be given to those riding bikes.