Docklands hub is closed for several hours as hundreds are evacuated from the terminal building on to the runway
Here’s a guide to the upcoming bridal trunk shows, jewellery launches and wedding fairs
A 19-year-old male is detained on suspicion of terror offences after a bomb squad had to carry out a controlled explosion following the discovery of a suspicious package
Line-ups, special events, free music and how to get there – this is your (ahem) soul resource
ETM Group has appointment Italian native Rafael Liuth to oversea the 100-seater restaurant in Canary Wharf
Jubilee line station was closed for most of Thursday – and now Stratford station closes because of 'faulty fire equipment'
The bar that can house three people measures 6ft by 8ft, smaller than the perimeter of a snooker table and able to fit in the back of a Transit van
He's the 'candlelight painter' right? Wrong. Discover what made Caravaggio such a great artist by tracing the development of his famous intense technique
The unveiling of the Wapping wine and craft beer outlet is fraught with confusion as bottles and oysters from Wright Brothers, both not for sale, are showcased
The event returns to the Olympic Park boasting some high profile GB names among the roster of participants
The new menu addition is due to arrive in Canary Wharf on Tuesday, October 18, replacing an old favourite.
They're new, they're artisan, they contain flavoursome meats (and, possibly, a bit of drool. Sorry about that.)
Newly unearthed document could be the only surviving reportage of Commons probe into the calamity of 1666
The actor reveals the history behind the theatre on the Isle Of Dogs and the time he was approached by its creator Robert Richardson
It's less about the disruptive children – and more about the indulgent braying
But Londoners don't feel any comfort as the capital still feels the impact of the Brexit vote – although there's good news for Newham
Greenwich Mean Time returns again – and there's an extra hour in bed to mark the celebrations
A study by the PMI Health Group shows more than a quarter of employees in the capital are provided with gadgets by their employers
The band announce their first UK stadium show in 23 years will be at London Stadium in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in June 2017
The band is still set to play at the North Greenwich venue despite the bomb scare that has closed the station and suspended Tube and bus services
Buy London: The Developing Skyline sponsor Johns And Co CEO John Morley explains why the capital's developments depend on money from foreign investors
Angelou Beswick says there's strength in simplicity and flexibility so she can offer a tailor made service to landlords and tenants
The branch of the international estate agency covering Canary Wharf receives a makeover to make the once ‘dated’ premises more modern
The estate agency marks its 14th year in SE16 by expanding the company in order to help accommodate the growth in staff achieved in 2016
Rikin Patel reveals the path that led him to creating the e-cig business on the 29th floor of One Canada Square
Minister unveils ambitions as internet traffic in the UK is set to double every two years
The restaurant which is part of Crowne Plaza London - Docklands has been refurbished to reflect it’s waterside location.
Demand during closure of Severn rail tunnel indicates there is a market for twice daily flights
What's happening with West Ham's injured strikeforce – and what does a former goal-scoring Iron think
As great as it was to get back to winning ways up at The Sixfields stadium on Saturday, winning 3-1 away to Northampton Town, it was as equally frustrating for Millwall to lose 2-0 at home to Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday night at The Den.
Players and fans can spend a week reflecting on success for the first time this autumn – and there are crucial reasons why
It was a game that saw flying pigs – and that wasn't just as a result of the 3-0 scoreline to the home side