Two men die after collapsing at Pleasuredrome sauna in London

Two men have died after collapsing in a sauna near Waterloo station in south London.

Debt-ridden NHS trust to be scrapped

South London NHS Healthcare Trust was haemorrhaging around £1m a week

London's Greenwich foot tunnel closed after reports of 'unusual smell'

A tunnel under the River Thames had to be shut after seven pedestrians were taken ill following reports of an “unusual smell”.

Film: There's some fin in the Greenwich water

The 1975 movie Jaws can be in people's thoughts when they are paddling out to sea on a lilo. But you don't have to go all the way to a holiday resort for a bit of terror. Next month the Thames will have its own in the form of a shark-fin gliding through the water, before a screening of the fully restored blockbuster.

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'I'm good with a water cannon'

Zone ranger: Games tickets to Chesham save big bucks

Simon Calder: North-west passage to the twilight zone

The Man Who Pays His Way

Nick Skelton competes in the jumping at Greenwich Park

King Charles holds nerve in jump-off to guide GB to gold

Blend of youth and old hands sees off Dutch in gripping Greenwich finale

Charlotte Dujardin put Great Britain in team gold medal position and smashed an Olympic record

Dressage: Dujardin puts GB in gold position

Charlotte Dujardin continued her remarkable rise to the top of world dressage yesterday by putting Great Britain in team gold medal position and smashing an Olympic record.

Gymnastics: Beth Tweddle eyes Olympic medal as men's success eases the pressure

Beth Tweddle admits the success of the British men's team has eased the pressure on her shoulders as she looks to win the only prize that has eluded her throughout her illustrious career - an Olympic medal.

Spectators watch a big screen in the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich

Royal medal for Zara Phillips delights the horsey set at London 2012

In Greenwich Park, yet another gold near miss for Team GB did little to damp the spirits of the equestrian enthusiasts

Zara Phillips, on High Kingdom, competes in the cross-country section yesterday

Equestrianism: Zara Phillips and Team GB set up a showdown for gold with Germany at Greenwich

Cross-country heroics push home team up to second as three-day event nears climax

Zara Phillips makes her Olympic equestrian debut

Equestrianism: Solid start for Zara in dressage

Members of the Royal family were out in force to show their support to the Queen's granddaughter, Zara Phillips, who made her Olympic equestrian debut.

Nur Suryani Mohammed is eight months pregnant will compete in 10-metre air rifle at London 2012

Eight-months pregnant shooter pledges to deliver

A Malaysian woman who is eight months pregnant will compete in 10-metre air rifle at London 2012. She found out she would be a mother just days after learning she would be an Olympian.

London 2012: David Cameron 'confident' that Olympic Games security is on track

David Cameron has said he is confident that security preparations for the London Olympics are on schedule.

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