Any problems? Tube problems aplenty at 4:30pm. Bakerloo, District and Hammersmith & City have minor delays, while the Circle line in suspended anti-clockwise.
DLR: Seems to be okay, but let us know if you hear otherwise.
River: No problems.
Road: Still problems on Aspen Way due to DLR works. Traffic is flowing well at 4pm.
Director of golf at Canary Wharf's Citybunker Pete Fuller reckons he can take anyone and turn them from a beginner into a confident and competent player.
In his Wharf column, Learning Golf, the PGA pro passes on his knowledge through a step-by-step guide.
This lesson sees the Pro taking the beginner through the stages of the Downswing.
MILLWALL manager Kenny Jackett has been rewarded for his side's excellent form in September by being named League One manger of the month.
The Lions won all four of their games and conceded just one goal, a run that has pushed them up to fifth place in the table.
Jackett, who succeeded Willie Donachie in the Den hotseat last November, is determined to ensure his side's good form continues into October, starting with this weekend's visit of MK Dons.
KYLIE was in Canary Wharf this week, but don’t let it out of the bag.
Early-afternoon drinkers on West India Quay had a surprise on Monday when the pint-sized pop princess appeared right in front of them, alongside Gavin And Stacey stars Mathew Horne and James Corden.
THE Run to the Beat half-marathon will see thousands of runners take to the streets of Greenwich on Sunday – but do not be surprised to see one competitor walking.
Jo Jackson, Britain’s top female race walker, is taking part in the race.
But she will not be breaking her stride to try to outrun her fellow athletes.
She said: “There’s absolutely no temptation to run. Once you get your technique right it’s hard to break the rhythm so you don’t want to run."
Where the Blackadder feared to tread – that is the territory occupied with resolution and wit by Simon Munnery and Miles Jupp in Stewart Lee’s take on the first Elizabethan age.
The plot of Elizabeth And Raleigh – passingly relevant as an excuse to move things along – has Raleigh wooing the Virgin Queen only to find her truculent, indeed downright vengeful, in the face of his romantic entreaties.
THE Royal Victoria Docks Watersports Centre is waiting to find out if its future is set to disappear up the river.
The centre, close to Excel, is in desperate need of renovation but Newham Council, which operates it, appear to be favouring a plan to merge it with the London Regatta Centre, based in neighbouring Royal Albert Dock.
Click here for Wharf photographer Louisa Emery's pics from the top of the Landmark
WE are all pretty used to working at cloud level on the Wharf nowadays.
But the full impact does not really hit you until you lean over the edge of a concrete frame a hundred metres up with just a hard hat for comfort.
Last week The Wharf was invited by the Young Group to check on the progress of its Landmark development, which will house 644 new residential units to the Marsh Wall area.
THE world's top gymnasts are heading to The O2 next year, but they'll have to be on top form to beat the best of British.
A MAN who sexually assaulted a DLR passenger has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Appearing at Southwark Crown Court on Tuesday, September 30, Ahmed Mohamoud, 23, of Oban Street, E14, pleaded guilty to the two sex assaults and a charge of exposing himself.
The court heard how on New Year's Day earlier this year, Mohamoud boarded a DLR train at Westferry at 8am and sat next to a 26-year-old female from Greenwich, despite the rest of the carriage being empty.
As the victim went to leave the train at Poplar station, Mohamoud indecently touched her twice.