The first floor and roof of a terraced house in Blackheath were destroyed by fire at the weekend.
Ten people were forced to flee the three houses either side in Kellaway Road, but no one was injured.
A 39-year-old man is in hospital after being struck by a Docklands Light Railway train on Saturday afternoon.
More than a quarter of tenants would risk their tenancy and deposit to keep pets without their landlord's permission, according to new research.
The information, from a survey conducted by Chestertons, found that tenants find it difficult to find a rented property that will allow a pet, with 77% of private tenants believing having an animal would negatively affect their ability to rent.
More than 70 pieces of art will be on view to the public in the former Athletes' Village, next to the Olympic Park, at the weekend.
Boris Johnson has announced work will start on two neighbourhoods in the Olympic Park - six years ahead of the originally proposed date.
A play set in Iceland in 1940 when 2,500 British troops arrived in Reykjavik following the outbreak of war is coming to Greenwich Theatre this week.
Just a couple of four-bedroom homes remain at City East on Barking Riverside.
Charlton manager Guy Luzon gave an insight into his management style when he said he gives his strikers freedom.
A Tony Watt brace gave Charlton their third 3-0 win in four games as the Addicks overcame Huddersfield.
It was a bumper crowd - boosted by a £5 ticket offer - which witnessed a miserable return for Chris Powell in his first game back since leaving The Valley a year ago.