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A construction worker is believed to be seriously injured after a crane partially collapsed near Canary Wharf on Friday afternoon.
Emergency crews were called to the dramatic scene at Providence Tower on Fairmont Avenue at around 4.15pm.
People don't really know what career coaching is," says Nathalina Harrison, a former banker who has switched sides to help unhappy Wharfers tackle stress riddled, high-pressure roles in finance.
COMMENTBy Tabitha Ronson
I am at war with Annoying Colleague over our intern. This is the one foisted upon me by my boss, the one whom I was reluctant to mentor but towards whom I feel really rather protective.
Issues started when Annoying Colleague asked if my intern could help her with a research project.
Say "UKIP" and people hear anti-immigration and Euro-scepticism, mainly due to leader Nigel Farage's ferocious pressing of those themes.
While that polarising message has catapulted the party to the mainstream, at local level it can create difficulties on the doorstep.
The Thames Barrier is on the verge of hitting its maximum recommended closures per year - and that could prompt the Environment Agency to strengthen flood defences.
Tuesday night's closure was the 48th so far in 2014, nudging the recommended annual limit of 50, a figure it has already reached if two closures in December are added.
Tower Hamlets Council has improved lighting at Wapping Woods in response to serious concerns from residents about crime.
It follows incidents at the end of 2012 for which saw a man sentenced for grievous bodily harm after separate attacks on two lone women.
COMMENTBy Giles Broadbent
It is staggering to modern eyes that the Paedophile Information Exchange should have found any currency at all, let alone the championing voice of an authoritative body such as the National Council of Civil Liberties in the '70s.
Tower Hamlets has the fourth highest loss per player on fixed odds betting terminals in the country at £2,249, according to the Campaign for Fairer Gambling. Newham comes in at 10th with £1,894 average losses among its near 10,000 estimated players. All are dwarfed by the City of London with £32,883 average losses per player.
Check out our graphic for the full breakdown of losses per borough.
The Met Police have been forced to deny their headquarters on the Isle of Dogs is to be sold off.
Residents launched a petition after rumours spread the police station was to be turned into a primary school.
Ballymore Properties will work alongside Oxley to develop a major scheme in the Royal Docks.
A man has been found guilty of voyeurism after taken control of womens' webcams to watch and record images of them.
Andrew Meldrum, 30, of Crosslet Vale, who installed software on the three victims' computers, was convicted following a week long trial at Woolwich Crown Court.
The Environment Agency has said east London will get priority on flood protection spending due to the business district of Canary Wharf.
It came as the Government organisation admitted it was looking at building a new barrier some time between 2030 and 2070 as rising sea levels becomes a bigger risk to the capital.
Canary Wharf has become the first real estate company in the world to win a Carbon Trust Waste Standard award.
The certificate is given to organisations which successfully measure and manage waste either reduce the volume it or ensure it's properly recycled.
If you happen to be challenged to a chess duel by Simon Purkis, chances are it's more than a checkmate that will catch you off-guard.
Victims of the IRA bomb in Canary Wharf have reacted angrily to reports that immunity had been promised to terrorist suspects.
It was believed up to 187 republicans were sent letters giving pardons. The news led to Northern Ireland's first minister Peter Robinson to threaten to resign after he claimed to be kept in the dark over the deal.