A mapping aid for the blind was the winning design idea dreamed up by a group of talented Bexley students.
The chief executive of Bexley Council has announced she is quitting due to “changing personal circumstances”.
The big summer party weekend is back in Sidcup and promises to be bigger and better than any before.
Children with special needs get a taste of paradise every day since a tropical sensory garden was installed by the Rotary Club of Sidcup.
Amateur poker player Matt Cragg sets off for the bright lights of Las Vegas at the end of the month hoping to notch up another major win.
A new care home had some novel decorators - the children from Sidcup primary schools.
Households will have to pay another 3.99per cent on their Council Tax from April.
New figures show Bexley is the fourth safest area in London.
The world of dance is in shock after a popular owner of a performing arts school suddenly died after a long fight against cancer.
Wilmington squash star Dylan Roberts finished a highly respectable seventh in his first international event.
The RSPCA was called to some bizarre incidents last year when animals really did do the funniest things.
He’s only 10 but already a rising star in the world of international squash.
Looking back at the stories in Bexley over the past 12 months.
A major new care home is being built in Sidcup to cater for 80 older people.
A talented hairdresser has finally seen her dream come true after opening her own salon.
Residents in Bexley are deeply concerned about a spike in burglaries in the borough that appears to be specifically targeting the small Indian community.
A 20-year-old from Erith has won the prestigious Ford Apprentice Technician of the Year 2017.
When you are the bookies’ favourite to win TV’s biggest talent contest you would think X Factor hopeful Sam Bailey would be feeling the heat.
Sport stars of the future gathered to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Bexley’s Sporting Best scheme last week.
Forty-four people were arrested in a joint police operation involving officers from Bexley against travelling criminals on Thursday.
Bexley firefighters are set to strike for the third time this month in a dispute over pensions
Food Standards officers have found that 80 of Bexley’s takeaways need to improve their food hygiene, with ratings of two out of five or less.
When partially sighted Marjorie Carpenter set foot in what was then Yugoslavia with her family in 1973, she declared: “I’m finally on foreign soil.”