Camden's 'lack of urgency' over improving fatal junction
This week there will be a number of inquests into the cyclists who died during that grim fortnight last year.
Today it was the inquest of the well-known architect Francis Golding whose family had to sit through the detail.
Mr Golding hit a coach that had indicated and was slowly turning left. It was witnessed by a cyclist who was behind Mr Golding at the time of the collision.
He said: "I wanted to shout.. Words didn't come out.. Mr Golding wasn't aware of the coach at all."
The cyclist also said "I don't think he was paying enough attention for two seconds of his journey and he really paid the consequence."
Will pollution warnings shift political policy?
I've covered London's scandalous poor air quality for years and over that time not much has changed.
In 2008 I wrote: "For those who suffer from pollution. More action's needed... quickly ". That hasn't happened.
Bob Crow: Never one to dodge contentious questions
I interviewed Bob Crow many times. And he wasn't actually at all like his public image.
Often he'd mention the weather or the football before the recording.
Fight begins for the future of the London Underground
Station staff are the lifeblood of the London Underground (LU).
When you are four-deep on a platform trying to get onto a packed Tube train it is reassuring to hear that voice over the public-address system.
Tube strike: Journey was a like a silent, polite rugby maul
Many commuters will have experienced what I did this morning.
A grim, dreadful train crush of a journey more reminiscent of a silent, polite rugby maul.
What's the Tube strike really about?
The changes facing the Tube - the closing of all ticket offices - are some of the most radical in its history, up there with the introduction of the Oyster card.
It's no surprise the unions have baulked at the scale and the speed of the changes.
London Underground strike: 'Ambassadors' to help travellers
There is always an element of sabre rattling from both sides before tube strikes.
But TfL is being bullish and some would say extremely provocative in publicising the use of ambassadors during a strike.