Millwall head up the M1 as their quest for FA Cup glory continues with a third round replay at Derby County.
The Lions have new one injury doubt, with defender Tony Craig struggling with an ankle injury. If he fails a late fitness test Scott Barron will come into the squad.
The National Maritime Museum is running an exhibition of the photographs of Alan Villiers.
The Australian, born in 1903, captured the dying days of the Tall Ships in the 1920s and 30s.
Villiers first went to sea at the age of 15 on the Rosthesay Bay which operated between Australia and New Zealand.
A quantity of cannabis was discovered by officers in Roffey Street last week.
Blackwall and Cubitt Town Safer Neighbourhoods team raided the premises on January 6, and a 26-year-old was arrested for cannabis possession.
A DLR passenger was robbed at knifepoint by two men as he was leaving Poplar station.
The 37-year-old white male was making his way down the stairs at Castor Lane when he saw two males aged around 18 loitering at the bottom.
Whisper it quietly, but there are some promising signs for the capital's economy.
After a 2009 of fiscal woe, reports are starting to suggest that although the future is still fragile, business is beginning to recover.
While the original Dome was much maligned it did mark the beginning of major private investment in the region.
Previously, the tongue of land had held another vast container - a gas holder believed to be the largest in the world on a massive gas works.
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The Isle of Dogs is expected to receive £420,000 of funding towards traffic improvements in the new year.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has confirmed that the borough has been promised the cash as part of a £3.7million transport package.
Frenchman P-Y Gerbeau was the man parachuted into the Dome at an early stage of its year as the Millennium Experience following a disappointing start.
P-Y, now chief executive of X-Leisure which owns West India Quay, arrived from EuroDisney and impressed with his management of the ill-fated project.
Tributes have been paid to Sunday Mirror journalist Rupert Hamer who was killed in a bomb blast in Afghanistan on Saturday morning.
Rupert died when the vehicle he was travelling in with American troops in south Afghanistan was hit by an improvised explosive device. Sunday Mirror photographer Phil Coburn was seriously wounded in the same incident.