Recently by Steve Bax
CONSULTANTS, staff and friends from The London Orthopaedic Clinic were put through
their paces at the second annual Super Sprint Triathlon on Sunday 14th April 2013 to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
The three round event (400m swim, 10K cycle and 2.5K run) took place in excellent facilities kindly donated by Marylebone gym, The Third Space.
A PLEDGE to ensure that all new food products will be tested before they appear on school menus has been made by Westminster Council.
The promise comes in the wake of revelations that up to 19 schools in the borough could have served halal chicken sausages contaminated with pork to their pupils for lunch.
HER Majesty The Queen was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess of Cambridge on a visit to Baker Street tube station on Wednesday to celebrate 150 years of the London Underground.
The royal party met with station staff and train operators as well as representatives of the Railway Children charity.
FOR the first time in five years, Westminster City Council has been forced into using its gritting fleet in mid-March as the council's street teams battle ice and snow in the centre of the capital.
Gritting lorries were dispatched from a central site in Brent at 8pm on Sunday night (March 10) and will continue to treat roads, such as Oxford Street, Piccadilly and Whitehall, for at least the next 24 hours.
HRH The Duke of Cambridge has helped launch a new campaign for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity by starring in a specially made film.
Prince William is supporting the fundraising campaign 'ten10-a decade of innovation at The Royal Marsden'.
A burglar slipped and broke his back and a leg as a plucky police sergeant gave chase over the rooftops on Saturday.
The officer spotted two raiders in offices in Margaret Street, West End at 11am and as they tried to flee across the roof one, aged 32, slipped and fell.
COUPLES who are struggling to conceive a baby can find out what medical options are available by attending an opening evening at Harley Street Fertility Clinic.
The centre at 43 Devonshire Street, Westminster, will have medical experts on hand to offer advice from 5.30pm - 8.00pm this Friday (January 25). Admission is free and open to non-patients.
A GANG of thugs who trashed two cafes and robbed customers during riots across most of London have been jailed this week, writes Emma Heseltine.
Members of three gangs across North Kensington and Westminster joined forces, and about 80 of them gathered in Park Road, before splitting up to target businesses.
Mark Field, Conservative MP for Cities of London and Westminster, discusses the economy in his latest column for the chronicle.
"Last month's Autumn statement was, for three reasons, met with supreme indifference by the large corporations and banks of my constituency.
ZOO KEEPERS dug out their clipboards to count every creature at London Zoo as part of its annual stocktake, writes Emma Heseltine.
Keepers at the Regents Park zoo, which is home to more than 17,500 creatures, made note of every invertebrate, bird, fish, mammal, reptile and amphibian on Thursday last week.