Drugs have been seized in Crayford and Dartford as part of a major police operation across Kent.
The 11-year-old daughter of a care home worker had her locks shorn to raise charity money.
As new tighter controls over vehicle emissions in London comes in to effect, new statistics find Bromley and Bexley are lagging behind in the take up of ULEVs - but are getting better.
A new service to help women in the midst of a violent relationship has been launched in Bexley.
More children are learning to ride bicycles thanks to Bexley’s Cycle Recycle Scheme.
A medical practice is celebrating the news that it has been rated as Outstanding by watchdogs.
The shortlist for this year’s Bexley Business Excellence Awards has just been announced for each of the 12 categories.
Police are asking for public help in tracing a man wanted for questioning about a series of incidents.
Intergenerational mixing is a sure fire to keep the elderly young and teach the young about life.
The bravery of a six-year-old Beaver Scout who has overcome multiple medical problems during his life has recognised with a top award.
A Sidcup motorist has been jailed after he was caught as part of a Met Police scheme to catch repeat danger drivers.
A college campus in Bromley and Bexley has won a major national communication award.
An NHS trust with 125 sites including in Bexley and Bromley has been given a Good rating with Outstanding services by a watchdog.
A fruit and veg stand has opened in the lobby of a local hospital and could eventually spread nationwide.
Since it was announced, campaigners have wanted to extend the new Crossrail transport system to Ebbsfleet, and it could now happen.
Campaigners trying to preserve the former Erith library building say they are depending on backing from the local community.
A Bexley canoeing fan has won a major award for the work he has done in keeping river waters clear of rubbish.
As Demelza Hospice Care for Children celebrates 10 years of providing specialist care and emotional support for children with terminal conditions, one of the first to experience it gives her backing.
After two local schools merged at the end of last year, Sir David Evennett has paid a visit to check on progress.
Calling all Bexley businesses, this is your last call to enter the prestigious annual Bexley Business Excellence Awards.
Thames Water is warning people in Bexley to be on their guard against cold callers looking to scam them into thinking they are genuine water company workers.
A Bexleyheath nightclub’s special nights for those with learning difficulties is continuing to boom with more than 100 people turning out each month.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will be attending a People’s Question Time in Bexley when locals can put their concerns to him.
Catching a glimpse of a penduline tit is not something most of us do every day, which is why twitchers from around the country are arriving in Bexley.
An Aladdin’s cave of memories surrounding life in Thamesmead has been unearthed.
A new parish priest has started work in Crayford following a ceremony that was attended by some key VIPs.
Movie icon Gary Oldman was at his former Sidcup college to give a student talk in the hope of inspiring some Hollywood aspirations.
Crossrail promises much by way of boosting the numbers of people able to travel further and quicker.
A Bexley woman is welcoming new research into the debilitating condition, Crohn’s disease.
Plans for 11,500 homes along the Thames, including Thamesmead have moved another step forward.