That's all from BBC Local Live for today. Beth Rose will be back tomorrow from 08:00 with more news, sport, travel and weather updates from across London.
- Updates from Tuesday 30 December 2014
Temperatures plunged below freezing in parts of the capital last night, like Bushy Park in Hampton, south-west London.
Tonight, it will be another dry and cool evening, with only patchy amounts of cloud. This will lead to a chilly night, with frost forming fairly on early in places and may see some fog patches develop in low-lying areas like the Lea Valley. Lows of -3C (27F).
A sea of ceramic poppies laid in the moat of the Tower of London has made theBBC's Pictures of the Year.
In total 888,246 flowers were planted with each one representing a British or Commonwealth military death in World War One.
Three men jailed for life for murder are to havetheir cases sent to the Court of Appeal after another man admitted wielding the murder weapon.
Prabaskaran Kannan was stabbed to death in Tooting, south London, in 2007. Aziz Miah, Asif Kumbay and Kirush Nanthakumar were jailed in 2008 but Vabeesan Sivarajah, who was convicted with them, has said he held the knife.
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Woolwich Ferry services will be suspended for three-hour periods daily from 6 until 13 January as part of refurbishment works.Transport for London said the works, which started in October, will overhaul four loading bridges, which allow vehicles and pedestrians to get on and off the ferry.
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The Met has said inquiries are continuing into how aman fell from an escalator in the Peter Jones store in south-west London.
The man, believed to be in his 20s, received life-threatening injuries in the fall at lunchtime and was taken to hospital.
Time is running out for Londoners to give their opinions on plans for the world's first Ultra Low Emission Zone in the capital.
Transport for London (TfL) said the zone would reduce the number of people living in areas of poor air quality. The consultation runs until 9 January 2015 and is availableonline.
A health worker who was diagnosed with Ebola after returning to Scotland from Sierra Leone has been named as Pauline Cafferkey.
Pauline Cafferkey, who flew to Glasgow via Casablanca and London Heathrow, was taken to a specialist treatment centre at the Royal Free Hospital in London. She spoke to the BBC before she went to Sierra Leone, asTulip Mazumdar reports.
A department store in south-west London has closed early after a man suffered life-threatening injuries in an escalator fall.
A spokesperson fromJohn Lewis, which owns the store, said: "John Lewis can confirm that police were called to our Peter Jones shop at 13.05 this afternoon following a serious customer incident.
"Police and London Ambulance service attended the scene and John Lewis continues to work with the relevant authorities. John Lewis has taken the decision to close Peter Jones early today, and will reopen tomorrow. "
A man, believed to be in his 20s, has been taken to hospital after falling from an escalator at a department store in south-west London, theMet Police said.
Emergency services were called at about 13:00 to Peter Jones, in Sloane Square, Chelsea.
London Ambulance said the man was suffering chest and head injuries. He was taken to St Mary's Hospital in Paddington with injuries which are believed to be life-threatening.
The decision by Mayor Boris Johnson to make the traditionalNew Year's Eve fireworks on the Southbank a ticket-only event has not gone down well with all Londoners.
OnBBC London's Facebook page some have reacted angrily while others are more pragmatic.
Keila Hawksmoor wrote: "We should all start heading back to Trafalgar for traditional NYE celebrations. Charging people for this is exploitative and indicative of the greed present in London and its governing bodies at present."
Dami Agunbiade wrote: "Disgusting how people have to pay just to stand in the cold and see fireworks. I would rather ride the underground all night. The story is rubbish it's just companies just wanting to make extra profit for themselves. Selfish."
While Sean Barlow wrote: "Let's just hope that there being no free NYE parties in Central London has the desired affect of keeping travel disruption and rowdiness to a minimum!"
Second-half goals from Adrian Colunga and Solly March gave Brighton their first win in eight games to lift them out of the Championship drop zone.
It was also a first victory under caretaker manager Nathan Jones in his second game in charge asFulham lost for the second time in four days.
A 60-year-old man has died after being hit by a car in north London.
TheMet Police were called to reports of a collision in Barnet Road near the junction with Hedgerow Lane, Barnet, yesterday at about 21:20. An 18-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
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London was the most reviewed city in the world in 2014 on the online travel site TripAdvisor, reportsthe Independent - but not everyone was impressed.
One London Eye customer wrote: "Did not enjoy the view - there's glass in the way".
Falkirk MP Eric Joyce haspleaded not guilty to charges of assault and criminal damage in London.
The 54-year-old appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court following an incident in Camden on 17 October.
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Got a ticket for the New Year's Eve fireworks tomorrow night? If not, you're being told to stay away from the Embankment and Southbank. The tickets have been introduced this year over safety concerns, but it's angered some Londoners.
And London scientists are desperate to raise thousands of pounds to prevent some of the rarest bones in the world from turning to dust. I'll have the lunchtime news fromBBC London News at 13:15 today.
Almost a third of Londoners buying their first home did so outside the capital this year, according to new figures.
About 15,000 homes were bought by first time buyers outside the city - a rise of 70% on 2013.
Actress Luise Rainer, who became the first winner of consecutive Oscars in the 1930s,has died at the age of 104, at her London home.
The German-born star was named best actress in 1936 and 1937 - a feat achieved by only five actors in Academy Awards history to date. She scooped her first Academy Award for her performance in The Great Ziegfield.
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Network Rail chief executive Mark Carnehas said he will not take his bonus, following recent major rail disruption.
Mr Carne was in line for a maximum bonus of £34,000, or around 5% of his £675,000 annual salary.
Overrunning Christmas engineering work led to the closure of London King's Cross station on Saturday, causing chaos for thousands of people.
A driver has been arrested after a 30-year-old woman died after being hit by a car in south-west London.
TheMet Police are appealing for witnesses of the collision on Middleton Road, in Sutton, on 26 December. The male driver was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and has been bailed.
Officers are appealing for help in finding a 79-year-old woman who has been missing since yesterday.
Yianni Stella was last seen at 11:00 in the Thornton Heath area of Croydon. TheMet Police said she is known to travel on buses and is often in Lambeth and central London. Anyone with information should call the police on 101.
Fares on London Transport willincrease on average by 2.5% on Friday (2 January).
Customers will be able to purchase tickets, including Travelcards, at 2014 prices until Thursday (1 January). Part-time workers could alsosave money after a change to transport fares which will cut the maximum they can be charged on Oyster pay-as-you-go cards.