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The 2015 Young Reporter winners

Winners of our Young Reporter scheme for 2015 celebrated at awards

How EC2 scored in the Happy Forecast study into social interaction

What are the top 10 happiest postcode areas in London - and the 10 most miserable?

Transport for London has released the official map for Night Tube services

Night Tube services to begin in September: Here's the official map and everything you need to know

Should all London black cabs be able to accept card payments?

Should all London black cabs be able to accept card payments?

A ballot saw 98 per cent of members vote for strike action, on a turnout of 81 per cent

Tube drivers vote for 24 hour strike in row over pay and all-night service

Six long-stay residents at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home are looking for new homes

6 dapper dogs and hat-wearing hounds that need YOU - can you give any of them a home?

BREAKING: Bank Holiday Monday rail strike suspended

BREAKING: Bank Holiday Monday rail strike suspended

Chuka Umunna has withdrawn from the Labour party leadership contest

Streatham MP Chuka Umunna blames 'added pressure' as he quits Labour leadership contest

Jacob the police dog caught the burglars

Police dog hunts down armed burglar who was intended target in botched gang shooting

Scooter rider suffers pelvic injuries after crash in Mitcham Lane

Scooter rider suffers pelvic injuries after crash in Mitcham Lane

Young Reporter has been a successful, positive scheme for thousands of students

The union is WRONG: Here are the facts about Young Reporter and praise for our scheme

Nick Hardwick, Chief Inspector of Prisons, believes the Government must ensure that the size of the country's prison population is matched by the resources made available to pay for it

"We need to have a frank debate about the cost of rising prison population", says chief prison inspector

That's all for now: Snow earlier this week looks like it will be the last for a bit anyway

You've had your lot: Met Office issues 'final' weather warning but London and Surrey unlikely to see snow

Couple celebrate 70th anniversary after meeting as children 81 years ago

70th wedding anniversary couple met at school 81 years ago

With two thirds of buses estimated to be hit by Thursday's bus strikes - which buses can you use?

With two thirds of buses estimated to be hit by Thursday's bus strikes - which buses can you use?

Sport

Welcome: Dickon Moon, left, with Abi Chamberlain and Dan Leo        Picture: Ben Gilby

Rugby Union: London Cornish at the treble to stay in the promotion hunt

Happy to be back: Josh Drauniniu is pleased to be back in familiar surroundings

London Welsh: Welsh winger has unfinished business as Exiles return from Oxford exile

'Rusty' Laura Robson tumbles out of Wimbledon

'Rusty' Laura Robson tumbles out of Wimbledon

Off to a winning defence: The reigning Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic beat Phillip Kohlschreiber in his first round opener

Wimbledon Tennis: The day in pictures - from the queues to centre court

Wimbledon 2015: Maria Sharapova shines on Centre Court

Maria Sharapova loves team dinners, garden time and running on Wimbledon Common

Media maul: Row upon row of TV stations for the world's news gatherers

Wimbledon Tennis: The day the world's sporting press descended on SW19

Athletics: Ward smashed Herne Hill Harriers 5,000m record

Athletics: Ward smashes Herne Hill Harrier record

Playing the patience game: Wimbledon's Laura Robson returns to the All England Club tomorrow (Tuesday)

Wimbledon: Robson is happy to play the patience game

Back on a watching brief: Former Wimbledon player Frances Sargeant (nee Luff), left, with friend Sue Sweeny - both from the Australian Gold Coast

Wimbledon: Aussie player who took on Billie Jean King returns to "tennis holy grail" after 45 years away

Wimbledon: Spirits are high under the summer sunshine

Wimbledon: Spirits are high under the summer sunshine

Have some of that: Joe Joyce has qualified for the World Championships in Qatar

Boxing: Cool and calm Joyce wins European gold

Flashback: Jon Mills & Co with the Championship trophy in 2012

Rugby union: Welsh must learn to win again, says Phillips

Winners: Rosslyn Park U8s

Rugby Union: Rosslyn Park youngsters triumph at the Tigers Challenge festival

Cheers: Sam Bird celebrates his Formula E win in front of his home fans at Battersea Park

Formula E: Home grown Bird soars to victory at Battersea Park, but in controversial circumstances

National Sport

Heather Watson, pictured, saw off Caroline Garcia to reach the second round at Wimbledon

Winning Watson to target aggression

Laura Robson, pictured, slipped out of Wimbledon with a first-round defeat to Evgeniya Rodina

Robson vows to come back stronger

Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge has urged the club to cash in on Raheem Sterling.

Aldridge: Reds should sell Sterling

Kyle Edmund, pictured, slipped out of Wimbledon with a first-round defeat to Alexandr Dolgopolov

Tearful Bedene enjoys 'amazing' win

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