These hip 'hoods are the cutting edge of global fashion and fun.
London, capital city of England and the United Kingdom
These hip 'hoods are the cutting edge of global fashion and fun.
If you’ve recently arrived to the urban jungle that is London, here are three happy trails that you can take to fall in love with this amazing city.
It's about this time of year that you begin to question the whole enterprise of being an expat.
London's Portobello Road Market is so much fun to just nosey around in as much as it's a shopper's dream. Oh, and there's a certain romantic movie to fantasise about as well.
You have recently arrived in London and have gotten crook but have been too busy enjoying yourself to sort out your medical affairs. There's no need to reach for the panic button just yet,. There are plenty of ways to seek medical advice in the UK that won’t leave you ...
KRIS GRIFFITHS is impressed all over again by the Aussie guitar legend, at one of the capital's iconic cultural spaces
If you have ever rented a bedroom, or even just a share of a bedroom in London, you know exactly what I'm talking about.
Once out in the open air it doesn’t take long to start connecting the dots. You can quickly learn there’s no need to take the tube from Covent Garden to Trafalgar Square.
Talented young Aussies full of gumption and romance have been coming to London since forever. Why?
Fellow Aussies could wax lyrical to me all day about the brilliant beach BBQ they have on Christmas day followed by Boxing Day with beers in the pool, but frankly it falls on deaf ears. To me, nothing beats a cold Christmas, so while you’re in London.
Rather not Uber? London's black taxi's are part of the authentic London experience. And you could even try a rickshaw.
SPECIAL FEATURE: What will it take for the world to finally tackle climate change? Encouragingly, there may be a historical precedent: Victorian London’s handling of the ‘Great Stink’, where the River Thames turned into an open sewer, overturned beliefs founded on misinformation.
Life in the UK doesn’t always mean a series of problems to be solved. Here’s how ladies should see the silver lining on London’s grey autumnal clouds.
When Paul arrived in London he discovered the American tourist. Then he wound up being one... sort of.
The mother and father of Sara Zelenak remember their "amazing girl", hoping that good and positivity comes from their continuing grief.
The Notting Hill Carnival is a riotous mix of steel band music, flamboyantly colourful costumes and social atmosphere, hosted in London every August Bank Holiday. Here's where, when and what to take.
Man arrested after crashing car into security barriers in Westminster, hitting pedestrians and cyclists.
Stepping past the Tube barriers at Richmond is like walking into that delightful English village of your imagination.
Too often in London expats find themselves clinging to home, often materialised in yet another night getting wasted in the same bar with the same people. This is nice, sometimes. But how is it possible to grow?
WATCH: Since the palace was acquired by George III its been evolving as a building and this project is the next step in that evolutionary process, say officials.
I dirtied up my spotless trainers to ensure that they didn’t look appealing enough to steal, before daring to set foot into the tower block estate. I was in for quite a surprise...
Aussie expats looking for law jobs in London can find themselves at the back of the pack in a crowded field.
Australia may have a cockroach problem and the spiders are huge, but at least you can deal with them with a can of bug spray. London's mice are a different kind of fret altogether.
Career isn't everything and why be rich when you can travel and have the time of your life?
When US President Donald Trump visits the UK next week he’ll be met by protesters and a huge inflatable of himself looking like a big baby soaring over Big Ben.
Take your Monopoly piece with you and stay out of jail (down behind Kings Cross, by the way) and keep an eye out for the little man in the top hat.
Forget about Brexit, Wimbledon, and even the football World Cup; instead for the next three months it will be all about the heatwaves.
Believe it or not, Australians are not the only expats in London. We aren’t the only ones who like to make a bit of homegrown noise every now and then, so there's no need to be embarrassed about it.
Home is beckoning and you are ready to pack up and leave London. Before you do, think about all the things you're going to miss about the city and make the most of the time you have left. Or if you are long gone, here's some reminiscing.
When you make the big jump for a stint in the UK, there's a lot in your life that is going to change and you will need to adjust in a major way. Here's some top advice on how, from someone who has taken the leap.
Get ready for amazing queues, multiple travel adapters and the 'Heathrow injection'. Living in London is a life changing experience in more ways than one.
Researchers discovered what we suspected all along... Britons have already decided where in Australia they would really like to live.
WATCH: Qantas boss Alan Joyce oversees the airline's brand new plane being assembled at Boeing before it's tested and flown Down Under to commence duties.
OPINION & ANALYSIS: How London plays out will be a litmus test for Dara Khosrowshahi’s proclaimed wish to step away from Uber’s toxic reputation.
THE EXPAT MIND: If you have come to London to develop your career and establish a new life, making progress socially or professionally can be tough at first. Living here is rarely boring, though.
As police question two suspects over the Parsons Green Tube attack, Australians share the fear of being caught up in yet another terrorist incident in London.
An explosive device detonated on a Tube train at Parsons Green station in London is being treated by police as a terrorist attack.
The Arts Club is looking for confident and passionate personalities to join their team.
We’ve all done the pints, fish-n-chips, the Crown Jewels and Pimm’s at Wimbledon. But there’s so much more to London, says expat Aussie author Joy Rhoades.
What Aussies in London really like are also the things they’re too ashamed to admit to friends and family back home, or things they just won't get.. like Primark, Jeremy Kyle and Snakebites.
Pizza-lovers treated to a taste of Papa John’s new ‘Papa’s Deep Crust’ in a most unusual dining experience at London's deepest Tube station.
Thinking of moving to the UK? Is it best to live where other expat Australians have gone before or would you prefer to trailblaze further afield and leave old London town behind? Find some answers, here...
Don’t remember what happened last night, or the night before? Or the night before that? Drinking in London is a nightly affair rather than a weekend pastime, which makes attempts to sober up even more difficult.
Get up close and personal with one of Australia's most beloved bands The Black Sorrows at Nell's Jazz and Blues, for one night only.
The fourth UK terror attack, and the third in London, in just the a few months; this time directed against Muslims.
Many still missing while firefighters face hazardous conditions as they search the charred remains of Grenfell Tower following the tragic blaze.
London Fire Brigade confirms people have perished in the huge blaze which engulfed the apartment block near Notting Hill, while questions are being asked about the safety of recent renovations.
Worst fears confirmed by the mother of the Aussie au pair who had been missing following Saturday's terror attack. "This is the last thing that anybody expects to happen to their children in London," says prime minister.
It has been confirmed that one of the fatalities in the London Bridge terror attack was Australian Kirsty Boden who in running to the aid of others was herself murdered.
Family still unable to contact Australian nanny Sara Zelenak who was reportedly last seen at London Bridge on the night of the latest terrorist atrocity.