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There is a relatively minor programme of planned closures on the Tube and Overground network this weekend - but they could still affect your journey. Read on for the lowdown.

Dartford Crossing

Work to remove the booths and improve the road layout follow on November 28

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The hospice is inviting the local community to dedicate a shining light on their online Christmas tree.

Teresa Pearce MP visited Woolwich Polytechnic School to hear Mala Tribich’s testimony, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust.

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Bexley Council Offices

Children and young people from primary and secondary schools across the borough attended a special event that recognised the achievements they had made during the school year.

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Crime

Friday, November 14, 2014

A man has been jailed for three and a half years for drug offences.

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Police would like to talk to man in connection with accident

Fly tipping, which as become a major problem in Newham (photo: Arnaud Stephenson)

The pair had dumped fridges and rubbish in the car park of Morrisons in Erith

Firearm amnesty for Londoners

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The amnesty allows people with illegal firearms and ammunition to hand them in anonymously

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Kent Police

The six brothers were responsible for hundreds of catalytic converter thefts

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Education

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Teresa Pearce MP visited Woolwich Polytechnic School to hear Mala Tribich’s testimony, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust.

Bexley Council Offices

Children and young people from primary and secondary schools across the borough attended a special event that recognised the achievements they had made during the school year.

Bexley

Met Police target burglars

Friday, October 24, 2014
Commander Simon Letchford.

Officers have launched a burglary initiative to coincide with shortening days.

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Voters in Bexley and Bromley will have the chance to learn more about NHS privatisation at a film screening.

Students celebrated Black History Month.

Townley Grammar School celebrated by inviting Canadian Grammy Award nominated artist Jonathan Emile to the school.

Business

Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Find out where you can find out more about £2bn project

Southeastern High Speed service

The new deal will see £70 million invested in the service the company offers

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Ken Stewart was awarded.

A man who spent more than 30 years protecting the country has been honoured with an award.

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Judge Bryan Treherne of the South London Export Club presents Rachel with award.

A woman who founded a business which helps deaf people communicate in the hearing world has been honoured in an awards ceremony.

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Views of Sidcup High Street

With the number of charity shops on the increase in high streets up and down the country, the Bexley Times takes at look at Sidcup town centre to see how they are affecting trade, residents and how important they are to the organisations they support.

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