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More transatlantic flights could be coming to London City after it was revealed Odyssey Airlines has bought 10 Bombardier CSeries jets.
The carrier, which is planning to operate from the airport in the Royal Docks, said the aircraft would be used to head to new destinations from London City.
Police believe a man responsible for five linked sexual assaults in Canning Town lives or works in the E16 area.
Officers have released new CCTV stills showing the image of a man they wish to speak to as part of their investigation.
Opposers to this year's Brick Lane Comedy Festival have had the last laugh, as the event has been cancelled with less than a month's notice.
The festival, due to feature comedians Al Murray and Ed Byrne, had to relocate this year from the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, after four years at the venue due to a lack of funding from Greenwich council.
A mugger who used a knife and a hammer to carry out phone robberies across Greenwich has been sentenced to three years in prison.
John Mogan, 23, of Chipperfield Road in Orpington, pleaded guilty to theft and robbery when he appeared at Woolwich Crown Court.
It was 20 years ago, well before the days of Dragons' Den, that Theo Paphitis said "I'm out" to Canary Wharf.
Software giant Microsoft is backing a Poplar charity to spearhead a new youth project spreading IT skills across east London.
Streets Of Growth is one of 30 centres across the country to be hand-picked to be a Microsoft IT Youth Hub, in a collaboration between the US firm and UK Youth.
Protestors descended on Canary Wharf this lunchtime to campaign against austerity cuts, poverty and climate change in the run up to the G8 summit in Belfast next week.
A proposal for a 75 storey tower on the doorstep of Canary Wharf has been rejected by Tower Hamlets Council's planning committee.
With their brains buzzing with science facts and experiment ideas, pupils at an Isle of Dogs school are busy preparing projects for The Big Bang Fair 2013.
The annual event, to be held at Westminster Kingsway College, strives to introduce youngsters to careers in science, technology, engineering and maths and spark interest with a host of hands-on activities from businesses and universities.
A man has been convicted of the murder of Canning Town teenager Danny O'Shea but his nine co-defendants were cleared of the charges.
Nugent Rowe, 30, of St Thomas' Drive in Pinner, was found guilty following a trial at the Old Bailey. He will be sentenced on Friday.
Transport for London has revealed plans for a £60million floating garden bridge in the heart of the capital, causing business representatives to urge the priority must be on crossings for the 'woefully under-resourced' east.
The Thomas Heatherwick design was revealed on Thursday for a pedestrian bridge linking Covent Garden with Waterloo.
Snuffling around in the dirt and chomping on carrot for breakfast, these eight new arrivals at Stepney City Farm are happy as pigs in muck making east London their home.
London City Airport celebrated its highest passenger figures in its 26 year history last month following the introduction of a host of new routes.
Over 315,000 people went through the airport all month, with May 23, prior to half-term week, recorded as the busiest day ever at 15,697 passengers.
Isle of Dogs residents were given a shock after police carried out a controlled explosion on Tuesday night.
A specialist bomb squad was brought in after an archaeologist discovered a suspected wartime artillery shell on the foreshore by Amsterdam Road.
Free wifi will be offered to those in Canary Wharf's offices, streets, shopping malls and parks from the end of this summer.