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Shocking: Cyclist tries to strip woman naked on Hackney Marshes after chasing another female

Heroes: East London boxers stoppped a man from an attempted child abduction

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The storm as it passed over Paddington (Picture by @ftsov)

VIDEO: Spectacular lightning storm lights up London sky for hours

Intense lightning bolts flashed across London’s sky last night, mesmerising storm-watchers for hours. Many people posted their pictures on social media, while others said they were ‘petrified’ by the strikes, which at one point were happening every two to three seconds. Read full story »


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Freerunning summer camps will run in July and August (Picture: Kelly Reeves Photography)

Get to know London’s first trampoline park and its movie star trainer

London24 got an exclusive interview with Sebastien Foucan, freerunning founder and James Bond movie star, on his daredevil experiences and why he has brought London its first trampoline park. Read full story »


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Win tickets to see Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

Following a sell-out 2014 run, the global phenomenon that is Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is back in London, running at the Dominion Theatre in the heart of the West End until 5th September 2015. Read full story »


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Nasa’s New Horizons probe today reached its target, the dwarf planet Pluto. You’ve no doubt seen the amazing pictures it has sent back after its nine year flight across an epic 4.8 billion kilometres. It’s an incredible feat of human engineering but just how did the scientists involved achieve it. Read more

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VIDEO: This what 24 hours of flights from London airports looks like

When we found this cool visualisation of a day’s worth of flights from Heathrow, Gatwick, City Airport, Stansted and Luton, and realised it was named after us, we had to share it. Read full story »


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