Passengers will now be able to travel on an orbital route on London Overground after the opening of a new link in south London.
Dry and settled. A week when you can finally leave the umbrella at home.
Police are appealing for the public's help in finding Catherine Mitchell.
The manager of the gallery where the works went missing said they had only acquired the prints four days before the theft. Nathan Engelbrecht had planned to unveil them to clients on Tuesday, adding:
"They were two spot Hirst prints, we had only just got them. It took quite a while to negotiate because we are such a small gallery. Literally four days later and they have been stolen so it's a bit gutting for us."
Engelbrecht said he believed the prints were targeted: "The thief left other works in the gallery, just taking the prints. The store room had not been touched at all. The spot prints are the most recognisable Hirst works, the others we had were left behind.
"The speed at which it happened - we got them on Thursday and they're gone on Monday - just seems a bit coincidental. It seems like it was targeted."
A sawn-off shotgun and two rounds of ammunition have been found by police after two cars were stopped in south London.
The vehicles were stopped in Westcott Close in New Addington on Tuesday evening. The firearm was found on the back seat of a BMW. Five men have been arrested.
Rail staff on part of the Greater Anglia network are being balloted on strike action after the RMT union accused the operator of "ripping up" procedures.
Members of the Rail Maritime and Transport union on Greater Anglia's West Anglia route will vote in the next few weeks on whether to launch a campaign of industrial action.
The union claims that changes being planned by the company will lead to the axing of station cleaners' jobs.
Police have released images of two men they are trying to trace after violent clashes ahead of the Arsenal v Napoli match in October. A restaurant often used by Arsenal fans, Piebury Corner, was targeted and vandalised by a group of around 30 Napoli supporters.
– Graeme Craig, Transport for London
In recognition of the growing demand for cycling expenditure, TfL is to seek new commercial partners to add significant sponsorship income to the £913 million already devoted to cycling.
There will be no reduction in public funds spent on the cycling programme, which have been entirely protected from the cuts in the Comprehensive Spending Review and Autumn Statement.
Barclays remains committed to the sponsorship agreement signed in 2010, but the bank and TfL have decided not to take up the option to extend it.
– Spokesman for Damien Hirst
This is a police matter and I'm afraid we cannot comment.