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.
By Andrew Williams
Few things have made me as excited in recent months as the news that Wahaca is coming to Canary Wharf.
The thought of being able to grab a quick taco on the way home from work is already making me hungry.
Bar 38 manager Steve Edwards is breaking down barriers after also taking over at West India Quay neighbour Via.
Steve was given the dual management role after previous Via landlady Sam Wells left last week.
Credit Suisse overcame bad weather to bag bragging rights over five other financial institutions with victory in the latest Enduro Challenge.
The Tower to Tower event held over the August bank holiday weekend saw six teams battle it out in a triathlon relay race between London and Paris.
Is Dan Bourke's unproductive Bank Holiday the result of the progressive zombification of the workstation generation? Or is that just what we want to believe?
It's only, of course, at the very end of a period of time off that you realise how much you could and should have done.
It's a real moment of clarity you get about an hour before bedtime the night before you go back to work.
By Jim Fitzpatrick
A local newspaper's front page says I've been accused of fanning the flames of Islamophobia, because I challenged an organisation called the Islamic Forum of Europe (IFE).
There are many people concerned about the role of the IFE, not just me.
Angela Clarke does not believe in the offside rule
My partner and I attended a dinner party last week where the girls loaded the dishwasher, while the boys fought over the Xbox in the other room.
I wasn't bothered by the guys shirking their responsibilities, it was the way the sexes so readily separate themselves that unnerved me.
Climate camp has been set up in Blackheath for a week, in which time activists have launched actions against London targets such as Barclays, Shell, RBS and even the Daily Mail.
As the tents and haystacks come down, The Wharf talks to camp spokesman Peter McDonnell about the event and its long-term impact.