TUBE users will be facing a yuletide shutdown on the Jubilee line.
Transport for London has confirmed that the underground link will close between Christmas Day and December 28 to allow upgrade work to take place.
Go to any nursery, toddler playgroup or NCT group outing and the chances are Annabel Karmel is on the menu. She is either being talked about as a living day saint by mums and child minders or her recipes are going down a storm with the little ones.
It seems everyone is in love with Annabel Karmel.
West Ham head to Old Trafford tonight looking for their first win in four games.
Manager Gianfranco Zola is optimistic about his side's chances against Manchester United, despite their 2-0 defeat by Arsenal on Sunday.
This week's film guide is being punched in the face by a grumpy James Bond, riding the subway with a footballing serial killer, and looking back at a bleak period in Britain and Ireland's histories.
Sometimes it takes more than a ball of twine and a rugby shirt with a hilarious nickname on it to attract the twenty-something stag night crowd.
And when your target market is off laying waste to European cities instead of Surrey, you've got to pull out all the stops.
The Wizard of Odds - Nigel Seeley - is on holiday but his apprentice, Mick Maccumulator, gives the lowdown in his place.
Despite a tough time of late things are looking up with Del Potro and Roddick cruising into the third round of the Paris Masters for our each way wagers.
By Andrew Williams
I’m setting sail from the calm blue waters of the Wharf next week to take a trip down to beautiful Bristol. I’m speaking at a conference about the nautical implications for the environment.
It was fun to stay at the YMCA for a team of Canary Wharf Barclays workers.
Working with teambuilding organisation Business2Community, the staff members spent the day away from the office last Thursday to help out at Woolwich Dockyard.
This week’s papers have been full of speculation about Madonna’s divorce from Guy Ritchie and, surely, we are all wondering how he managed to survive this long.
Dan Bourke raises a glass to the forgotten souls of the old Wharf
Downstairs, near where Currys is now, there used to be a CD shop called Music Music.
It was run by a married couple – a quite grumpy blonde and a thinner, quieter man.