An investigation is under way to find out how a police van on an emergency call and car collided in Bexleyheath this morning, Friday, January 24.
He is the king of the one-liners on shows like Mock the Week, but his humour is usually so off-kilter it takes a special kind of mind to understand many of his cryptic thoughts.
This year's Bexley Business Awards, backed by the Bexley Times, is being launched and entries are being invited.
Two vulnerable Bexley residents have fallen foul of a growing phone scam, and have parted with thousands of pounds.
The Game store in Bexleyheath has been earmarked for closure, and the company suggests high rents could be to blame.
The redevelopment of Riverside Gardens in Erith has taken another step with the council retaining an architect.
The council's own development company is about to start work building new homes at Old Farm Park.
Police are investigating a Christmas Eve stabbing incident in Bexleyheath.
A Welling man has been awarded a BEM in the Queen's New Year Honours list.
A Rotary Club has raised a staggering £12,000 for good causes - thanks to the renovation of its vintage Santa sleigh.
As we say goodbye to 2019, we look back at the some of the stories we brought you throughout the year
A man who dedicated 75 years of his life to scouting has been recognised with a British Empire Medal in the New Year Honours list.
More than 500 items were packed into more than 100-plus boxes and carefully distributed among the needy in Bexley.
A charity that provides vital domestic abuse services in Bexley predicts record calls will be made to women's domestic abuse helplines this Christmas.
Like most of us, Strictly stars would like to mostly keep working all year round, so they go on the road bringing their stunning skills to the masses and we love it.
In a bid to bring in shoppers, Bexley Council has switched on its free wi-fi system.
Firefighters rescued a horse found in freezing conditions at the bottom of a muddy bank in Norman Road, Belvedere.
A toy appeal has been such a success, hundreds of vulnerable children across the borough are set to get a Christmas present.
There was no change in political colour for the Bexley area.
Permission has been granted to use Southmere Lake for boating.
Several winners of the Faith and Belief Community Awards are celebrating in Bexley.
Demolition work is finally under way at the £95million Park East housing regeneration scheme in Erith.
A rapist was traced after taking a cab to Bexley, police have revealed.
The search is on to find Blackfen and Lamorbey's favourite Christmas song.
Police have carried out a series of raids, including addresses in Dartford, Bexley, and Bromley, and made eight arrests.
A vicious thug who filmed himself carrying out a sickening attack on a helpless man has been jailed for six years and nine months.
A Sidcup schoolgirl has won a competition to design a road safety banner.
All four London and South East College campuses have scooped a major award from the Queen.
Network Rail has announced several drop-in sessions for the public to learn about a nine-day closure of the Bexleyheath line to protect against landslips.
Residents are being a chance to have their say on Bexley Council's next budget.