Bexleyheath walks (evening)
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August 29 2014 Latest news:
Over 60 per cent of female workers in the area earn less than the living wage
Around a third of parents have cut back on buying food in order to meet their housing costs
A concert is aiming to raise money for breast cancer charity Tickled Pink.
The annual report for adult social care services in Bexley has been published.
A 22-year-old will be joining a national television channel as a news reporter.
Scouts from Bexley and Bromley are on an expedition.
Late-night changes to trains through south London
Critics amazed with first live concert in 35 years
GCSE results in Bexley saw an impressive 74 per cent of young people scoring five A* to C grades.
A couple appeared in a music video to mark the commemoration of the First World War.
A new initiative introduced by the Government will help parents in Bexley save around £3.2m on school lunches.
A group of young people took part in Bexley’s first “Construction Summer School” earlier this month.
Thousands of A-level students across the country opened their exam results with nerves and trepidation last week.
Two entrepreneurs were given the chance to appear on television and pitch on Dragons’ Den.
For everyone keen to start a degree course this autumn, now is the perfect time to make sure all the financial arrangements are in place, according to Claire Evenden, Senior Student Finance Manager at the University of Greenwich.
It is hard to imagine the devastation of discovering that a family member is suffering from cancer.
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