Bosses at the UK's busiest railway station have recruited a hawk to scare off pigeons following a spate of complaints from passengers.Read the full story ›
People across London are set for further travel chaos due to snowfall in the capital.Read the full story ›
A commuter is on track to get married after using the information screen at Waterloo station to pop the question.Read the full story ›
Some users have accused the force of 'demonising' the homeless by installing the large sign outside Waterloo stationRead the full story ›
A man was hit by a train at New Malden Station, and 15 minutes later another was hit at Woking. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.Read the full story ›
A train has derailed close to Waterloo station, forcing the Waterloo and City Line to shut.Read the full story ›
Thousands of passengers faced hours of delays getting home this evening after a lightening strike in Staines caused trains to be cancelled.
South West trains from Waterloo to Reading, Weybridge, Windor, Hounslow and Feltham were all affected among others.
Tickets are being accepted on Great Western Railway, London Underground and replacement bus services.
South West said passengers should check its incident page on its website before travelling.
South West Trains has begun issuing travel advice over mass cancellations from Waterloo amid reports of chaos at the station.
Due to the emergency services dealing with an incident earlier today between London Waterloo and Clapham Junction fewer trains are able to run on all lines.
Officials said that train services running across the whole South West Trains network may be cancelled, meaning that passengers could be delayed by up to an hour and a half.
Disruption is expected until 8pm.
As busy commuters made their way to work this morning, one corner of Waterloo station stood still - during a romantic marriage proposal.Read the full story ›
The key role played by women in building London's Waterloo Bridge during the Second World War will be officially recognised today.
The Grade II* listed bridge which spans the Thames has been relisted on the National Heritage List to include information on the role played by women in its construction from 1937 to 1945.