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December 6 2013 Latest news:
A man airlifted to hospital in Sidcup yesterday afternoon is thought to have stabbed himself.
Five people were evacuated from a flat above a Chinese takeaway restaurant in the early hours of this morning after a fire broke out in the shop below.
A man has been stabbed outside Sidcup Library this afternoon.
Last month marked exactly 30 years since the first Now That’s What I Call Music! compilation album was released, featuring the likes of Duran Duran, Tina Turner and UB40.
If you have visited a branch of Topshop recently you may unintentionally be wearing a piece of Bexley history.
Sue Woolmans’ debut book is a biography of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie Chotek.
A Get Young People Working programme will be created by Bexley Council after it was awarded £100,000 from the City of London Corporation’s charity, City Bridge Trust.
A robber on the run from prison has been arrested and charged by police.
You can help put a smile on the faces of sick children this Christmas by donating toys and unwanted Christmas gifts to our appeal.
A Bexleyheath postman swapped his mail sack for a camera to scoop Kent Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year award for the second time running.
A Thamesmead travel consultant will become a star of the small screen tonight, as he stars in Sky 1’s documentary series All Aborad: East Coast Trains.
Bexleyheath comedian Tom Toal says he’s aiming to change his “unknown” status as he prepares for his first solo stand-up show at the Edinburgh Festival.
A dog caused havoc in an Erith flat today, as it managed to turn on a cooker, which led to the fire brigade being called.
Indian restaurant group, Shampan, who have a restaurant in Bexley, are celebrating after being crowned Newcomer of the Year 2013 at the British Curry Awards.
A fire at Bexley station this evening is causing delays of up to 10 minutes on trains between Hither Green and Dartford via Sidcup.
A depleted Welling United were thrashed 3-0 by Braintree Town to crash out of the FA Trophy.
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