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June 19 2013 Latest news:
More than 120,000 couples filed for divorce in the UK last year.
Separating from a partner is often stressful, made worse by the long-drawn-out legal processes and costs.
Changes to the welfare system were introduced last week, with Disability Living Allowance replaced by a system that will assess applicants based on the ability to carry out everyday tasks.
Bexleyheath and Crayford Conservative MP David Evennett celebrated the 30th anniversary of his election to Parliament with a dinner at the House of Commons last week.
A charity football match to remember Bexleyheath schoolboy Philip Lamin is being held on Sunday (June 23).
One of the first people to find disabled Thamesmead man Colin Greenway after he was murdered on Saturday described him as a “great neighbour and friend”.
Sidcup graffiti artist Kristian Holmes has been sentenced to three and a half years in jail today following a seven-year spree across Britain.
The 15th annual Matthew Clarke football tournament in Thamesmead went off with a bang at a swanky new sports facility.
Welling United’s net will be in safe hands next season as goalkeeper Sam Mott and Jamie Turner have signed new contracts.
Bexley policeman Steven Rea has been found guilty of assaulting a 14-year-old boy who was in custody.
A man has been charged with the murder of disabled Thamesmead man Colin Greenway.
When Thamesmead brothers Joshua and John Okungbaiye went to New York last autumn they never imagined it would lead to a business idea which attracted funding and development from Sir Richard Branson.
Hundreds of residents flocked to Bexleyheath Broadway on Sunday to witness the unveiling of the new Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee sculpture and annual Civic Parade.
The fifth annual Rob Knox Film Festival took place in Bexleyheath last week in memory of the murdered Harry Potter actor.
There is growing concern for a vulnerbale missing man from Erith, Peter John Devlin.
Sir Quentin Blake, the much-loved children’s book illustrator most famous for his work with Roald Dahl, is set visit Sidcup Library on June 25.
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