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The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has hailed the huge success of the Night Tube after economic and passenger numbers for the first year far exceeded predictions.

Figures released to mark the...

 

Help and advice finding a job is available on board a bus which will be popping up around the Royal Borough of Greenwich.  

The Greenwich Local Labour and Business (GLLaB)...

Between Saturday 26 August and Saturday 2 September, there will be no Southeastern services to or from London Bridge, Waterloo East and Charing Cross while...

With over two billion passenger journeys a year, bus usage is around double that of the London Underground. But bus passenger numbers are in decline.

Between 2014/15 and 2016/17, the number...

The Biggin Hill Memorial Museum Trust have welcomed a donation from the Orpington and District Caledonian Society (ODCS) to St George’s Chapel.

The news follows final approval being given...

Charlton & Woolwich Free Film Festival –

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – Friday 8 September – Doors 7.30pm / Show starts 8pm
Building 10, RA
The 2nd Charlton & Woolwich...

An innovative new venture run by Welling-based mental health and wellbeing charity, Bridge Support (www.bridgesupport.org) is to open in the heart of...

A fly-tipper on an illegal traveller site in Blackheath has been arrested within minutes of emptying his truckload of rubbish onto the land.

The man was spotted by Royal Borough of...

At least half the new homes built on public land in London will have to be affordable to benefit from faster planning permission under a new approach to development set out in guidance published...

Businesses are urged to arrange trade waste agreements after bags of waste from a Bromley barbers shop were found dumped in a nearby street.

Mrs Emine Mustafa pleaded guilty at Bromley...

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