The Chelsea Fringe, a festival of gardening and community to coincide with the Chelsea Flower Show, is well under way, with events in Westminster.
Horticulture-themed exhibitions run at Great Western Studios, in Alfred Road, until Tuesday, June 4.
A historic cobbled mews is under threat from a modern development of three luxury town houses, say neighbours.
People can enjoy the sun and sights with free guided walks this weekend to promote our city and the perks of healthy activities.
Walk London, paid for by Transport for London, includes two routes through Westminster.
by Camilla Horrox
A headteacher accused of enjoying a lavish lifestyle using thousands of pounds of her academy's cash has been reinstated.
After months of demolition, work will finally start on bringing the £800million Victoria Circle development to life.
An emotional appeal from a mother of a 22-year-old man shot in Harrow Road three years ago urges anyone with information to contact police.
A sixth person has been charged with the murder of Pimlico teen Hani Abou El Kheir.
Yassine Sidi-Ammi, 19, of Pimlico, was arrested at his home address on Tuesday (22).
He was taken to an east London police station and charged with the murder of Hani who was brutally stabbed to death in Lupus Street, Pimlico on January 27.
Nurses and midwives stepped out to raise hundreds of pounds to reduce deaths at birth.
Gang tensions and youth violence could be exacerbated if three police stations in north of the borough are not replaced, politicians have warned.
It comes after officers imposed stricter stop and search powers across north Westminster last weekend following a string of violent attacks among young people in the last month.
Meat will be back on school menus within weeks following the horse meat scandal.
Pupils have been eating only fish and vegetarian meals since March after halal chicken sausages served in Westminster schools were found to have traces of pork DNA.