★ To celebrate the launch of the new cookery classes at Cafe Football in Westfield Stratford City, The Wharf is giving readers the chance to cook up a storm in the restaurant's kitchen.
COMMENTBy Giles Broadbent
It is staggering to modern eyes that the Paedophile Information Exchange should have found any currency at all, let alone the championing voice of an authoritative body such as the National Council of Civil Liberties in the '70s.
Tower Hamlets has the fourth highest loss per player on fixed odds betting terminals in the country at £2,249, according to the Campaign for Fairer Gambling. Newham comes in at 10th with £1,894 average losses among its near 10,000 estimated players. All are dwarfed by the City of London with £32,883 average losses per player.
Check out our graphic for the full breakdown of losses per borough.
The Met Police have been forced to deny their headquarters on the Isle of Dogs is to be sold off.
Residents launched a petition after rumours spread the police station was to be turned into a primary school.
Ballymore Properties will work alongside Oxley to develop a major scheme in the Royal Docks.
WHAT'S ONBy Lucia Blash
More than 50 years after her death, Marilyn Monroe continues to cast her spell over the world.
A proposal has been put forward for another skyscraper on the doorstep of Canary Wharf.
A Greenwich legal firm with a history spanning more than 150 years is embracing the town's role in the post Olympic spotlight - as well as extending its services across the river.
COMMENTby Angela Clarke
I've been invited to attend a dinner to help organise a forthcoming hen do.
It's a hen do committee. Set up in a misguided attempt at giving everyone an equal chance to suggest hyper-sexualised fancy dress costumes.
COMMENTby Ian Toal
With every match that passes the likelihood of watching Millwall in the Championship next season decreases.
We lost yet again at home, this time 1-0 to Brighton last Saturday at The Den.