DLR strike action could go ahead following ballot of RMT members

Disputes with management of two firms have prompted the action

Gallery: See the London Marathon runners reach Canary Wharf

Thousands streamed through the city on Sunday starting on Greenwich and reaching the Wharf when the pain started to bite

Mum pleads for information about her son whose body was found in the Thames at Rotherhithe in February

CCTV images of the 18-year-old man have been released in an effort to hear from anyone who may have seen him prior to his death

Petitioner who brought an end to Lutfur Rahman's reign in Tower Hamlets will stand in new mayoral election

Anti-corruption campaigner Andy Erlam announced yesterday that he has decided to stand in a bid to stop “one form of cronyism taking over from Rahman’s cronyism and corruption"

John Biggs selected for second attempt to win Tower Hamlets mayoralty for Labour

New election called for June 11 after original poll declared void by judge who denounced Lutfur Rahman's 'illegal and corrupt practices'

Man jailed for sexual assaulting woman and girl on the DLR

The sentencing comes as the British Transport Police and Transport for London are promoting joint campaign Report It To Stop, focusing on combating unwanted sexual behaviour on public transport

9 dates for your Canary Wharf sporting diary this spring and summer

The London Marathon comes through Canary Wharf again this weekend, signalling the start of the estate as a backdrop and playground for a host of activities to watch and join

West Ham should have finished off QPR, says Big Sam

Lack of cutting edge let down the Irons, says manager who is full of praise for teenager Reece Burke and penalty hero Adrian

Regent's Canal given eco upgrade along Mile End stretch

Part of Regent’s Canal in east London has been transformed thanks to the community and The Canal and River Trust

5 places you can get flights to from London City Airport with British Airways in less than three hours

Escape Canary Wharf, hop on the DLR and catch a plane for a change of scene

5 places to visit inspired by the life and battles of the Duke of Wellington

It’s the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo so that was our starting point for a globe-trotting journey

East London fashion brand hopes for Richard Branson's support

Why So Serious has sights set on marketing prize

The Wharf Tweets

20 family tickets to the London Pet Show at Excel to be won

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

WIN a golf day for four at Selsdon Park

Working Mum: If I'm going to do his homework, the least I expect is an A*

Blonde's Eye View: I spend my time eating out in Canary Wharf and am able to read menus

Want to be clued up on coffee? Taylor St Baristas is sharing tips on South Quay

Cafe hosts weekend sessions for those with a thirst for knowledge

Charlton care home residents put on 70s inspired show

The production was part of a series of activities at the home

Fancy some champers and celebrations on Friday? Head to The Pearson Room's birthday party

Venue will celebrate its second anniversary with bubbles

Taste: Sampling Buffalo Trace Bourbon near London Bridge

At £20 a pop, this tasting is pretty good value and informative for novices

Demolition work on Decathlon warehouse in Canada Water has begun - making way for a huge redevelopment

The project is a joint venture partnership between Notting Hill Housing and Sellar Design + Developments

£3.5bn Silvertown Quays gets go-ahead, bringing 3,000 homes, brand pavilions and major tech hub

Work has begun on iconic Millennium Mills while plan envisages a bridge across the Royal Docks to Custom House Crossrail station

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

The 5 reasons why you need to rent Hollywood star Ava Gardner's former London pad

Get our lowdown on the key reasons to snap up this Knightsbridge five-bed

London property vs Caribbean property - which do you reckon is going to come out on top?

It’s no secret London is one of the most expensive places to buy property in the world, so it's little surprise that homes in the capital are much more pricey than most other parts of the world

Mix of private sale and shared ownership at St John's Way

Scheme lies just a half an hour commute from Canary Wharf

Future of HSBC in London triggers election row over EU referendum

Labour, which has frequently attacked the banking sector, finds an unusual ally in Canary Wharf-based giant

Want to give it all up to become a writer? Er, best win the lottery first

17% of writers did not earn any money in 2013 while the top 5% hoover up 42% of all the money made

HSBC ponders its future at Canary Wharf as taxes and banking reform take their toll

Chairman Douglas Flint tells shareholders says 'we will start to look at where the best place for HSBC is'

So who exactly is the most boring team in the Premier League?

Boring, boring Chelsea? Not really. But, according to our stats, West Ham fans haven't spent the season on the edge of their seats

West Ham U-21s forget relegation woes with 2-1 victory over Manchester City

Steve Potts' men play for pride against Patrick Vieira's elite development squad

West Ham should have finished off QPR, says Big Sam

Lack of cutting edge let down the Irons, says manager who is full of praise for teenager Reece Burke and penalty hero Adrian

Match report: QPR pressed and strained, West Ham lacked the hunger

0-0 at Loftus Road means little to the Hammers and a point does little for the Hoops' chances



Jon Massey
Deputy Editor
Beth Allcock
Senior Reporter
Rachel Bishop
Senior Reporter