A bit of Hollywood is coming to London… kind of! These month witnesses the unveiling of the first plaque on The Music Walk of Fame, a new area designed to imitate Hollywood Boulevard, the famous LA street filled with handprints and stars symbolising A-list icons.
A musician whose 310-year-old Tecchler violin worth £250,000 was stolen from a train in London has been reunited with his instrument.
Fewer people would have died in the disaster if London Fire Brigade had not suffered “serious shortcomings” and “systemic” failures in its response to the fire, the official report into the tragedy has concluded.
Police were asked at Tottenham High Road around 10.50 am yesterday after the boy was discovered in a critical state. He was rushed to the hospital, where at 11.39 am, he was said dead.
One person has died and 15 others have been injured in an accident between two buses and a car in south-east London.
The crash happened on Sevenoaks Road in Orpington at about 22:10 pm on Thursday.
A 310-year-old violin worth £250,000 that its owner believed to have left it on a train has been stolen, according to police.