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Woman dies after child and man escape from Eltham house fire

Firefighters managed to drag the woman out of the burning house after she became trapped by a staircase in her home

The Escapist

Your London Marathon 2022 guide, from start times to travel disruption

Rhinos! Train strikes! The Lionesses! From the hottest cheer spots to the fun new feature at this year’s finish line, Katie Strick has a guide to a marathon like no other


Appeal to find boy, 12, missing from north London hospital

‘You are not in any trouble at all. We just want you home and safe’


Man with severe lung condition to run London Marathon with oxygen tank

Diven Halai will be the first man ever to tackle the race with the 8kg piece of equipment this Sunday


Police took 20 hours to attend family home of missing Owami Davies

A review of how police handled the missing persons case has revealed ‘important learning points’


London Marathon runners can look forward to cool and cloudy weather

The Met Office is predicting cloudy weather with temperatures around 12C when the race kicks off


History month ‘shows black community’s huge input to story of London’

Events will be taking place across October to celebrate the history, achievements and contributions of black people in the UK.


Crossrail: When is Bond Street station opening and why is it delayed?

The possibility of a delayed opening for Bond Street was floated in 2019, with problems having been identified with the station as early as 2014


Number of London nurses leaving NHS rises by 24% in a year

Analysis by the Standard finds the capital has added just 547 nurses despite growing pressure on the health service


Self-driving ferries could be coming to the Thames soon

Stockholm has already signed up to bring the autonomous ferries to its waterways, while Paris has been eyeing them for the Olympics


South London food bank facing closure without support

‘If we don’t get the funding, we can’t come back’


Sadiq Khan formally summonsed to face grilling over Cressida Dick

The Mayor of London could face a fine or three months in prison if he fails to attend


Man dies after ‘getting into difficulty’ in Grand Union canal

The man was pulled from the canal in West Drayton late on Monday


Sadiq Khan accused of ‘greenwashing’ policies with new podcast launch

Tunnelling work on the £2bn Silvertown tunnel under the Thames began earlier this month


International Day of the Girl 2022: Festival of the Girl London event

The United Nations established the day “to recognise girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world”


New picture may help solve 45-year-old mystery of woman in Thames

Missing person’s charity Locate International worked with artist Hew Morrison to create the image from photographs taken at the scene


Natural History Museum helps Ukrainian scientists save historic murals

The researchers joined forces to establish the cause of damage to the famous medieval murals in Saint Sophia Cathedral, a Unesco World Heritage Site.

Londoners urged to get flu & Covid jabs before ‘unpredictable’ winter

Health officials say immunity to flu is low in the population


Handcuffed man dying from asthma accused of playing ‘poor me’ by PC

The officer could not bring himself to apologise to the family


Police probe after four dead Bulldogs dumped in Thamesmead Lake

Three adult dogs and a seven-month-old female puppy were pulled Southmere Lakes by a marine unit after being spotted by horrified residents


Met chief: I’ll root out the racists and misogynists in our ranks

Sir Mark Rowley hopes to bring the force out of special measures in 12 to 18 months


No excuse for not having enough women working in tech, says Apple CEO

Tim Cook said that there needs to be a fundamental shift in the number of people that are taking courses in computer science and programming


Museum of Homelessness gets permanent home in Finsbury Park

Haringey Council has helped the group secure an existing venue


Chris Kaba: Officers ‘did not’ threaten to walk out after shooting

Sir Mark Rowley said he has a “dedicated team” who wouldn’t “let down London” by protesting


Looming London bus strike called off after new pay offer

Around 2,000 members of Unite employed by Arriva, based at eight depots in north London, were due to walk out next Tuesday