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Greens on Assembly say cycling funding announcement not enough
A man is charged with the murder of two men who were stabbed to death in a car in east London.
The latest legal battle to save the "skatepark" on London's Southbank is deferred so the government can clarify legislation.
The Met Police has said it is looking into the activities of an extremist cleric who was preaching in the streets of east London last weekend.
Holders Wigan will face Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-finals, with League One Sheffield United to play Hull City. BBC Sport
Laura Robson is preparing to return to competition after adding Colombian Mauricio Hadad to her coaching team.
In the capital the total number of people who are overweight is less than in other parts of the country, however it is a bigger problem in communities of diverse social, economic and ethnic backgrounds.
The Obese London talk will be discussing the development of obesity at the Strand Campus of King's College London at 18:30.
This is Local London reports on the moving story of a doting husband who visits his wife in a care home everyday knowing she may not remember him.
Michael Perrett visits wife Sheila, 80, who has Alzheimer's disease, daily at Abbeyfield House in New Malden, south-west London.
A 19-year-old has been charged with the murders of two men who were found fatally wounded in a car in east London.
Devonte Campbell, from east London will appear at Thames Magistrates' Court later. Aaron Carriere, 21, and Josiah Manful, 20, were both repeatedly stabbed after their car stopped in Montague Road, Leytonstone on 1 March.
The Mayor of London said the competition for the £100 million "mini-Holland" funding, which aimed to make some areas as cycle friendly as the Dutch capital, was "very stiff and difficult". At the announcement, he said the funding will create:
Kingston, Enfield and Waltham Forest to get £30m each for cycling projects, including an eye-catching boardwalk for bikes in Kingston.
The Mayor of London said Bexley Ealing Merton & Richmond had "exceptional" proposals and Transport for London would work with them to to take forward parts of their proposals.
A young entrepreneur has launched a new business venture helping women drivers understand how their cars work - to stop them "having to turn to men for advice", reports the Ham & High.
Artwork by the renowned artists Sir Quentin Blake and Cressida Bell have been unveiled at St Bernard's Hospital mental health unit in Ealing, reports the Ealing Gazette.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a woman from Hackney who has been missing since Wednesday.
Carol Large, 38, was due to visit her mother in Essex at the weekend but never arrived. Anyone with information should contact Hackney police on 020 8721 7777.
It's thought the Bakerloo line was created because a few London businessmen wanted to get to and from Lord's Cricket Ground as quickly as possible.
The line opened between Baker Street and Lambeth North on 10 March 1906 and more than 36,000 passengers were carried despite the fact that the cricket season had not started yet.
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There are delays on the A40 as the flyover over the Northern Roundabout is closed near White City because of an earlier collision.
Also, there are delays on the A4 from Kinghtsbridge, because the Piccadilly Underpass is closed for roadworks. For more travel news visit the BBC London Travel website.
There are reports that the Prime Minister David Cameron will be sending his daughter to a state secondary school this autumn, friends say the family are keen to give their children a normal education.
What do you think? Join the discussion with Vanessa Feltz on BBC London 94.9.
Arsenal will play FA Cup holders Wigan Athletic in the semi-finals of the FA Cup after the Championship side shocked Premier League side Manchester City by beating them 2-1.
The Gunners made it through to the last four by beating Everton 4-1.
In 1886 the first Crufts Dog Show to be held in London was organised by Charles Cruft, general manager of a dog biscuit firm.
In 1906 the Bakerloo Line on the London Underground was opened and, in 1914 the Rokeby Venus by Velasquez, in London's National Gallery, was damaged by suffragettes.
TfL Travel Alerts tweets: Service resumed on @piccadillyline with severe delays btn Rayners Lane & Uxbridge: signal failure at Eastcote. Good service on rest of line
A different feel to today, more cloud and feeling much cooler as a north-easterly breeze develops with highs of 14C (57F).
The cloud and breeze remains overnight. Minimum temperature of 5C (41F).
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A22 Greater London - A22 Godstone Road in Purley closed in both directions between the Foxley Hill Road junction and the Hayes Lane junction, because of flooding and unsafe tree. Diversion in operation - bus routes 407, 412 and 434 are on diversion. Also affecting Foxley Hill Road between A22 Godstone Road and Higher Drive.
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