Gallery: Teams go head-to-head in our Wharf Quiz

The groups came up with some inventive names, which included Commission Impossible, Gin’ll Fix It and E=MC Hammer

3 things to do around the Docklands this weekend, whatever your flavour of fun

Comedy from Russell Peters, street art in Greenwich or a touch of Potter magic in the Royal Docks

4 special food offers only available at the weekend at Canary Wharf

Le Relais, Iberica, Tom's Kitchen and Roka all look to entice in the weekend Wharfers with discounts, special offers and treats

Technology to convert Wharf's sunshine into energy wins SmartCity prize

And a second winner of £50,000 prize aims to cut down on emissions by matching freight to empty lorries

Stratford's Aspers prepares to welcome five millionth visitor

Venue is the sole super casino in the capital

You are most likely to get stuck in a lift in Tower Hamlets according to figures from the London Fire Brigade

Why more people become trapped in our borough than anywhere else in the capital

Tallest residential building in the UK clears final hurdle

Despite his previous concern, Mayor Boris Johnson decides not to call in the 220m South Quay Plaza. Have your say in our poll

Food review: The Narrow, Limehouse – 'a great place for pub grub done incredibly well'

The Narrow may be owned and endorsed by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, but there is little pretension within

From NHS approved pet therapy to a fine dining for dogs - we really are a nation of (mad) animal lovers

We find out how Baked Bean the guinea pig can lighten someone's mood and what George the miniature dachshund from Greenwich has been getting up to

British Airways to increase number of seats to Ibiza for winter months

The Balearic island of Ibiza
More visitors looking for some winter sun on traditional party island

Queen's House closes for year ahead of 400th anniversary

The Queen's House in Greenwich
Celebrations will see the return of artworks not seen in the Inigo Jones masterpiece since 1650

Discover creative secrets and meet stars at Harry Potter expo at the Excel Centre this weekend

Fans will be brought together to celebrate everything to do with Harry Potter - and to see what is in store for the future of the wizard world

The Wharf Tweets

Win a life-changing day valued at over £1,500

Drinks review: East London Liquor Company, Bow Wharf 'It's something to sink in the sunshine'

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4 special food offers only available at the weekend at Canary Wharf

Blonde's Eye View: How shouting spoilers at Wolf Hall shows the word has imploded

Every vote counts – except mine and probably yours

Our top 5 Italian restaurants in Canary Wharf

Pizza, pasta, fresh salads and simple, delicious recipes - you really can't go wrong with Italian

Sup a Healthful Method smoothie at West India Quay's retro van

Reebok instructor Carli Wheatley takes her Healthful Method business on four wheels

Food Review: Tom's Kitchen, Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf

Simple, fresh and delicious is the best way to describe the food at Tom’s Kitchen

3 things to do around the Docklands this weekend, whatever your flavour of fun

Comedy from Russell Peters, street art in Greenwich or a touch of Potter magic in the Royal Docks

Tallest residential building in the UK clears final hurdle

Despite his previous concern, Mayor Boris Johnson decides not to call in the 220m South Quay Plaza. Have your say in our poll

£1.7billion Asian business district given thumbs up from GLA - just Eric Pickles to go for full approval

Development of the 35 acre site today moved a significant step closer to going ahead

Trading Estate targeted for new homes in Deptford

Developer Anthology will host public consultations

Canary Wharf Group given final planning approval for 1 Bank Street - the new home of Societe Generale

The building, designed by Kohn Pederson Fox will be 27 storeys and have 700,000sq ft of space inside

Boris Bike stations have positive impact on property sector

Homes near to a station are becoming sought-after

Home Front: Flexibility is not an argument against buying a property if you can

Q: I have been renting for a couple of years and I love the place I am living in. But I'm now in a position to buy, with a decent salary and deposit saved up. I’m just not sure I want the commitment. Should I take the leap of faith and buy or sign on for another 12 months of tenancy?

Bellway Homes launches WestSide homes in Brentford

There is a mixture of 137 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments available within the development, which is due for completion by 2016.

Technology to convert Wharf's sunshine into energy wins SmartCity prize

And a second winner of £50,000 prize aims to cut down on emissions by matching freight to empty lorries

BP investors know the drill: dig down into chief executive's pay package

BP chief executive Bob Dudley
Shareholder advisory groups suggest rejecting the multi-million-pound deal as giant faces a slump in oil prices

£1.7billion Asian business district given thumbs up from GLA - just Eric Pickles to go for full approval

Development of the 35 acre site today moved a significant step closer to going ahead

We're aware that Manchester City could be a wounded animal ready to strike, says Allardyce

West Ham are preparing to face two sides – the one who's resolve is weak and the one ready to bounce back from recent failings

The ins and outs of West Ham, and the season isn't finished yet

Speculation mounts (again) over a possible successor to Sam Allardyce while Cresswell, Cole and Jenkinson attract the spotlight

Millwall will be relegated. That's the verdict of the number-crunchers and form-watchers (so don't blame us)

There's still a way to go and some off-field politics to the sorted out, but things don't look good for the Lions.

Fan's Roar: Rotherham throw Millwall a bizarre lifeline

While Lions await Football League verdict on points deduction, Neil Harris has his team working hard and winning again

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