COMMENTby Ian Toal
Just when we had written off our chances of surviving in the Championship this season we go and pull two away shocks out of the bag, winning 2-1 at Nottingham Forest on Saturday and 1-0 at Wigan on Tuesday night.
Charlton's new manager Jose Riga said he still doesn't know if he will be at The Valley next year but admits he's enjoying life in England.
Victory over Yeovil on Tuesday night saw the Belgian's fourth win since taking over from Chris Powell and the Addicks are now two points clear of the relegation zone with two games in hand.
If a film about laying an oil-pipe in '80s Norway doesn't sound like your idea of entertainment, think again. Pioneer, the latest film by Erik Skjoldbjærg, manages to take that nap-friendly premise and turn it into a fast-paced true story thriller that shows Hollywood how it's done, writes Rob Leane.
Canary Wharf Group are close to securing planning permission for a new 190-metre office block at Heron Quays West.
A two goal salvo in the opening minutes of the second half gave Charlton a hugely important win over relegation rivals Yeovil at The Valley.
It wasn't always pretty but there were glimpses of skill and tenacity, as well as much missed cutting edge in front of goal.
A burst water main has caused a major flood in Westferry Road, leading to traffic disruption on the Isle of Dogs.
Hundreds of households have been without water for much of the day while workers from Thames Water attempt to fix the leak.
Plans for 900 apartments on the outskirts of Canary Wharf have been submitted to Tower Hamlets Council.
Up to £347,000 is being refunded to motorists after Newham Council admitted a number of its parking cameras were illegal.
The local authority wrote off outstanding tickets from the cameras in July last year but had not given back money to those who had already paid.
COMMENTby Angela Clarke
When out in bars and restaurants I never go to the bathroom alone.
I'm not talking about taking a girlfriend with me. No, I mean my phone.
West Ham's Guy Demel says the club's second half to the season represents a success.
But the former Ivory Coast international said they still need to push for tenth place to match their early season targets.