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Taking a stroll along the Southbank this week? Be sure to stay until dusk
This green spot by the Thames has been named the best place to live in London. Families looking for green space know why
'Think about what you put down your toilet – that is essentially what you’d be swimming in'
Looking back over thousands of years, Caroline Crampton unearths fascinating and forgotten stories of the Thames
What is London made of? To learn about the quotidian existence of its citizens, look to the murky waters that rush beneath its bridges — and, more importantly, what’s in them, says Samuel Fishwick
From swan markers to mudlarkers, houseboat dwellers to bridge operators, meet the people for whom the Thames is so much more than just water. Photographed exclusively by Martin Parr
With a deep-water container port that will house a huge new media city, the waterfront town of Thurrock will be 'home zoned' for schools, culture and community.
His owners told the Standard: “We are devastated beyond words."
Near Heston Blumenthal's The Fat Duck at Bray and The Hand and Flowers in Marlow, this swish six-bedroom home with private mooring is ideal for a fine dining fan.
The owner of the luxury floating home sailed it across the Channel for the Dunkirk film, starring in the movie alongside stars including Harry Styles and Sir Mark Rylance.
Templecombe House has been put on the market for £7 million. Its neighbour, Park Place, was the location for the 2007 St Trinian’s movie, starring Gemma Arterton.
River safety chiefs won’t accept claim that fake fur gives ‘neutral buoyancy’