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The parents of murdered teenager Jimmy Mizen have been visiting London South East College’s campuses in Bexley and Bromley, in support of the college’s Stay Safe this Summer Campaign.

Kuhn leads Kent into final

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Heino Kuhn’s fourth century in his last five Royal London One-Day Cup innings lifted Kent into their first Lord’s final in 10 years as they edged out Worcestershire by two wickets.

Adam Rouse

A man and a teenager have been arrested in connection with the supply of drugs after their car failed to stop for patrols in Swanley.

Kent welcome Warwickshire to Tunbridge Wells for top-of-the-table clash starting on Wednesday

How many players do you remember from Sir Bobby Robson’s team which captured the hearts of the nation at Italia 90?

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One in eight people in Bexley are living with depression or anxiety, according to a survey of patients registered with GPs.

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Who will also impress at this summer’s tournament and potentially force themselves into our all-time World Cup XI?

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Almost one in four of Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group’s cancer patients waited at least two months to start treatment following referral by their GP.

NHS

Plans to build a 13-storey housing development on the former Bexley Civic Centre in Bexleyheath were approved last night (Thursday, June 14).

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers have been called to a fire at a house in Ramillies Road in Sidcup.

Everyone knows what happened in 1966, but how about the 1982 finals in Spain?

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Erith’s iconic old library the Carnegie Building, which is being worked on as part of a regeneration project, has entered the next stage of development thanks to National Lottery funding.

Cllr Teresa

Heino happy to help Kent progress

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Kent’s Heino Kuhn was happy to score his third century in this year’s Royal London One-Day Cup competition to lead the Spitfires into the semi-finals.

Former South African international Heino Kuhn powered Kent Spitfires through to a spot in the semi-finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup and ended Notts Outlaws’ reign as holders in the process.

Daniel Bell-Drummond

Nigeria’s kit seems the standout design for Russia 2018, but how does it rank against other kits?

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Crime

Yesterday, 15:03

A man and a teenager have been arrested in connection with the supply of drugs after their car failed to stop for patrols in Swanley.

A man from Bexleyheath has been jailed for 16 years for attempted murder.

UN Court

Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

Met Office

Bexley’s police force is being combined with Greenwich and Lewisham as part of a cost-cutting Met initiative.

Boris Johnson

A post-mortem has revealed “extensive head injuries” as the cause of death of a body found in Ilford cemetery believed to be missing man Seyed Khan.

Homicide and Major Crime Command

Education

Friday, May 4, 2018
London

Teenagers from Bexley have won one of London’s biggest entrepreneurial competitions for young people.

Bexley youngsters have been rewarded for putting their best feet forward and being named top in the district for green travel.

London Borough

A boys’ college is appealing for particular type of student to fill its classrooms – girls.

A choir from Merton Court Preparatory School joined homeowners and staff at McCarthy and Stone’s Sidcup development, Sydney Court, to raise the roof for Royal Voluntary Service.

A Bexley primary school pupil has nabbed a top prize at the Perfect Packed Lunch Awards.

Canterbury

Business

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
House of Commons

Senior editors from across the regional newspaper industry have joined forces to urge MPs to vote against press freedom curbs in the Data Protection Bill today.

A workshop to help businesses make the shortlist for Bexley’s biggest awards will be held on Friday.

Gala Dinner

Bexley’s cabinet reviewed the success of the council’s medium term financial strategy and continuing economic challenges at a meeting on January 29.

Cllr Teresa

Teachers have kick-started Buster’s Book Club with a bang this year, as more schools sign up to the successful reading reward scheme.

Medway

Around 400 Bexley residents, including Mayor Peter Reader, gathered at Townley Grammar School on Saturday (January 27) to celebrate Indian Republic Day.

Peter Reader

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