London's skyline is an evolving architectural jigsaw but thousands of building plans for the capital never got off the ground.Read the full story ›
Isaac Manzoor suffers from a painful condition which means he can't co-ordinate his muscles properly.Read the full story ›
"We are all extremely upset by what has happened, but are determined to get the show back on the road", say organisers in Surrey.Read the full story ›
The Russian nanny didn't speak a word of English, so when fire broke out emergency services turned to the internet.Read the full story ›
James Whatley was born with Sotos syndrome, a disorder that causes rapid growth during the early years of life.Read the full story ›
A slice of burnt toast sparked a fire at a family home and destroyed the kitchen.
Seven people were forced from their homes in Sutton, south London after the piece of toast was thrown in the bin and caught fire.
You should never leave cooking unattended, not even toast - if you have to leave the room, turn the heat off.
If you later find your cooking has burnt allow it to cool before throwing it away, especially if you are discarding it in a plastic waste bin.
"We can confirm that a recruit has died while undergoing initial training at the Army Training Centre (ATC) Pirbright...", said the Army.Read the full story ›
New figures released today reveal that 13 people each year are killed in the capital as a result of uninsured driving.
It is estimated that over 200,000 cars in our region are not insured, with the Met seizing on average 1,850 cars every month.
A young woman badly injured after a hit-and-run say she feels "lucky to be alive" but is "disgusted" the driver did not stop.Read the full story ›