CANARY WHARF FILM FESTIVAL
IN A NUTSHELL
It's a good year for animation and documentary, and one atmospheric stop-motion short blows bubbles in the face of the competition.
Charlton look to extend their 100 per cent start to their League One campaign with a win against Brentford at The Valley tomorrow.
The Addicks have had their best ever start to the season with five wins out of five but face a tricky task against the Bees.
Start rummaging in the attic and dusting off those heirlooms, the BBC's Antiques Roadshow is rolling into Greenwich.
The Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College will host the ever popular show, hosted by Fiona Bruce, on Thursday, October 1.
Rush hour tube travel was suspended for more than 20 minutes this morning after an eastbound train limped into North Greenwich station.
No Jubilee line trains were in operation between London Bridge and Stratford from 9.20am to 9.44am while engineers resolved the problem, and delays are still occurring in both directions.
Exhibitors, delegates and protesters are all making last minute preparations for the arrival of the DSEi fair at Excel.
Clarion Events will host its first fair since taking over from Reed Elsevier last year, and hopes to welcome around 26,000 visitors to the bi-annual defence show.
Credit Suisse has announced that investment bank CEO Paul Calello is being treated for a "sudden and unexpected illness".
The company confirmed Eric Varvel would take up the role on an interim basis, but that Mr Calello would be "as involved in the business as his course of treatment process will allow".
Empty your diary - it's time to enjoy the spectacular offerings of the Canary Wharf Film Festival.
The annual celebration of UK and international short film returns to the estate from today until Monday.
The Harlequins "Bloodgate" scandal has sent shockwaves around the game and saw the end of Dean Richards' coaching career.
For former Scotland and Wasps winger Kenny Logan, who was in Canary Wharf on Tuesday, the faking of a blood injury in the Heineken Cup match against Leinster pushed the limits of what's acceptable in the game too far.
ITALIAN FINE DINING
IN A NUTSHELL
Dining at this hidden gem is a world away from Jamie Oliver's Essex-boy twist on classic Italian cuisine.
A quiet pint at a Canary Wharf pub turned into an expensive night out for John Kentish-Barnes.
The 35-year-old went for a drink with his wife at the City Pride in Marsh Wall on Friday, August 7, only to find his car had been clamped while he was in the pub.