At the age of 15, notorious Bexley criminal Kenneth Noye left Bexleyheath School in 1962.
A special bench designed to encourage children to reach out and make more friends has been donated to a Sidcup primary school.
Volunteers attending a ‘botany for beginners’ training day at Lesnes Abbey Woods got more than they bargained for when they discovered a plant which was previously thought to be extinct in Kent.
The council has organised a free marketplace event next month to encourage landlords of properties in the borough to find out more about Rent it Right.
A man from Bexley who received a life-saving combined kidney and pancreas transplant is calling for people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to donate.
The Erith Pier Festival will bring Erith’s iconic pier to life on Saturday September 29.
To help celebrate Black History Month, Freshwater Theatre will be presenting free storytelling workshops for children during October half-term week.
A woman from Bexley has published a book about the struggles of balancing motherhood and work.
Shoppers and visitors are set to benefit from improvements to the Broadway pedestrianised area in Bexleyheath.
Officials in south east London have been left “bitterly disappointed” after it was revealed the capital’s new east-west train line would miss its opening date by nearly a year.
A series of free workshops to promote positive parenting to support the health and wellbeing of children and young people across the borough are set to take place from September.
A new Starbucks drive-through opened at Norman Park in Bevedere today (August 31), creating 12 new jobs for the area.
A former Bexley PC who admitted to assaulting police officers and malicious communications has been dismissed without notice.
The Sensational 60s Experience will soon be returning to Bromley for on night only.
A finance manager for Kensington and Chelsea Council has admitted defrauding around £60,000 from the Grenfell Tower victim fund.
A road in Erith was closed off yesterday afternoon due to an unexploded World War Two shell.
A woman from Abbey Wood who worked for Kensington and Chelsea Council has been charged with fraud offences relating to the Grenfell Tower fire.
Police have confirmed that one man has died and another, from Bexley, is in hospital following a collision on the A12 in Boreham at around 6.30pm on Monday, August 27.
Residents at a Sanctuary Care home in Erith enjoyed the ‘good life’ as they celebrated National Allotment Week (August 13- August 19).
Revised plans to turn an office in Sidcup into a block of flats have been submitted.
Plans to bulldoze a pair of bungalows in Bexleyheath and build a block of flats have been submitted to council planning officers.
A local football team are holding a special event day in Bexley, in aid of Guys and St Thomas NHS Trust Cancer Research.
Firefighters have issued a smoking safety reminder after a fire at a block of flats in Callender Road in Erith last night.
A new initiative to tackle addiction and mental illness is being launched by the mayor of Bexley in Sidcup highstreet.
Plans for the regeneration of the Arthur Street estate in Erith will go on display at a public consultation event on Saturday September 1.
While A-level students across the country deserve congratulations for their achievement, 18-year-old Piriyankan Thavaraja is in a league of his own.
The family of a Bexley teenager who died of cancer in 2013 are organising the next ‘A Song for Aiden’, a fundraising concert held every other year in their sons memory.
A 22-year-old man from Bexleyheath is reaching out to locate his birth father and two half brothers.
A man who attacked two women in Greenwich using a hammer was arrested last night in Bexley following a public appeal.
Developers were granted planning permission from the London Borough of Bexley yesterday to transform two hectares of public realm in Thamesmead.