Recently by John Hill
Millwall are bidding for their first play-off final appearance in a crunch clash with Leeds United.
Leeds beat the Lions to fourth place on the last day of the season, but the home team will be hoping to gain an advantage before the trip north next week.
DLR services stalled this morning after reports of a person on the track near Bank.
Trains were put "on hold" for nearly 15 minutes during the rush-hour, and a failed train later caused severe delays to the route in and out of the City.
By Steven Davies
A housing scheme aimed at encouraging private institutions to pump cash into building new homes was launched by a government body last week.
Dan Bourke is covered in mud and dancing, and it's not because he's been drinking
Maybe it's all the expectant talk about green shoots of recovery, but I appear to have grown an interest in, of all things, gardening.
What is this strange feeling?
Unless mischievous goblins have been emerging in the night to steal our time, there are still 24 hours in the day.
So why is it so hard to find a moment for the things we enjoy?
Playoff-bound Millwall finished their regular season by handing Carlisle a lifeline in their struggle against the drop.
The Cumbrians avoided relegation on the last day of the season thanks to goals from Graham Kavanagh and Paul Thirlwell.
Millwall may welcome back skipper Paul Robinson for their last scheduled game of the season at Carlisle.
Robinson has not played for three months due to a metatarsal injury, but hopes to be involved before the Lions begin their playoff push.
Moving house this year may well be as comfortable as ambling across hot coals.
But that's not stopped Excel's Grand Designs Live show from reeling in curious homeowners.
Former DJ Josh Silverman is pushing for a fresh start at Reebok Gym after enduring tragedy and injury in the last few years.
The 21-year-old became a fitness coach at the Canada Square gym last month through an apprenticeship with Limehouse charity City Gateway.
Police have welcomed the conviction of a man who committed a "horrendous" sexual assault on a woman returning from Canary Wharf two years ago.
Alomgir Rouf, 21, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to four years in jail and will be on the sex offenders register for life following his conviction last week.