The Wharf has teamed up with CityJet to offer one lucky reader a pair of return flights to a European destination of their choice.
COMMENTBy John Biggs
Transport for London is planning to close nearly all Underground ticket offices, including Canary Wharf, as the world uses Oysters and other contactless tickets.
It says there will still be staff on stations to assist passengers and few of us will notice the difference.
Tours of HMS Westminster will be held on Saturday after the Type 23 Frigate docked at Canary Wharf.
West Ham's Karren Brady has given the biggest indication the club would veto any bid by Tottenham to make a temporary move to the Olympic Stadium.
New computer generated images of how the Olympic Stadium will look once West Ham move in have been released by the club.
Theatre Royal Stratford East is looking to build a new theatre - the Red Crate - in the Cultural Quarter.
Plans for a £25 million Cycle Superhighway 2 from Aldgate to Bow launched for consultation today.
An east London school for boys with behavioural problems will be the focus of a Channel 5 documentary next month.
Ian Mikardo High School in Tower Hamlets will feature in the two-part show Too Tough To Teach? which will be aired on September 29 and October 6 at 9pm.
Magners Greenwich Comedy Festival begins tomorrow and starring on Saturday night is Irish-born comedian Andrew Maxwell. He talks about the late, great Malcolm Hardee and the joy of performing in front of south-east London's geezers.
1 Lunch Market at Wood Wharf
Canary Wharf will be the venue for a market of sumptuous dishes from across the globe on Tuesday.