London creative Tara Jasminaz launches project to celebrate Blended Britain

by Greg Prior A local London creative has taken time out of her television studies and career to launch a creative project to celebrate how...

Send off the summer at Sundown Festival, as all roads lead...

by Dan Bryans A summer of sun, sea and loads of festivals is almost drawing to a close and its only right that in true...

Which? names London based Warren Evans as UK’s highest-rated mattress shop

London based bed specialists, Warren Evans has beaten top retailers to be named as highest-rated mattress shop in the Which? 2017 members survey. Customers...

The Staples Corner Flyover on the North Circular (A406) will be...

Transport for London (TfL) is reminding London's road users that the Staples Corner Flyover on the North Circular (A406) will be closed for three...

Dr Clare Anyiam-Osigwe will bring her award winning products to millions...

Premae UK formerly known as Premae Skincare is to launch its award winning products to millions of homes on Shopping Nation starting this September....

Two keen cyclists take on 170 mile trek for The Sick...

Gary Westerby, 34, and Rob, 32, have cycled over 170 miles in memory of their friend’s son who died last year at just eleven...

Notting Hill Carnival sees 300 arrests over the Bank Holiday Weekend

As the aftermath of yet another Notting Hill Carnival is upon us, the clean up operation begins. As for the Metropolitan Police, The policing operation...

Black British Entertainment Awards set to celebrate black talent

by Jason Rhodes The maiden Black British Entertainment Awards scheduled for 21ST October 2017 at Royal Stratford East Theatre will be the beginning of a...

Young filmmakers complete thriller WINTER RIDGE, due out early 2018

by Matthew Martino || Features The British independent film scene continues to excel as new crime-thriller Winter Ridge recently finished shooting and has already sold...

New government fund expected to reduce litter through innovative projects

Almost £500,000 will be awarded to community projects to tackle the blight of littering, Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey announced this week. The money will support...