- Doors opened mid-journey on a Piccadilly line train over the weekend — and staff say it's not the first time it's happened recently.
- The notorious Bow flyover could be on its last legs, as Transport for London considers how to make the area safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
- Unite union members won't take part in the tube strike, but RMT and Aslef are still going ahead.
- Some of London's local papers are now owned by the people who run them.
- Zac Goldsmith wants a "solar revolution" in London.
- Scots have more disposable income than Londoners; thanks, housing costs.
- The Fire Station bar in Waterloo is in bother after a partially sighted man says he was refused access — because of his guide dog.
- Is the Premier League experiencing Londonisation?
- And were tennis matches at Wimbledon fixed?
- This is bizarre and brilliant: Dolly Parton's non-profit foundation is giving children in Southwark a book a month until they turn five.
- Someone has died after falling from Coq d'Argent's roof garden, the sixth since 2007.
- Oh dear, Westminster Council: spending tens of thousands on cars while cutting services isn't cool.
- Non-meat eaters are fighting back over Gourmet Burger Kitchen's tube ads.
London News Roundup: Piccadilly Line Train Doors Opened Mid-Journey
Last Updated 18 January 2016