Fine voiced students from three Bexley schools have just had the chance to perform at the O2.
Changes could be made to the way the council funds centres that cater for adults with learning disabilities to make spending more efficient.
The last remaining member of a family has made an emotional appeal to find her brother who went missing 32 years ago.
Students are getting the chance to take over a London hotel.
Schoolchildren in Erith were treated to a visit by a mascot spreading the word to steer clear of construction sites.
A disabled Bexley man who has dedicated part of his life to help others to transform their lives, is to be rewarded next month.
The Bexley Business Excellence Awards are open for business.
Bexley Council has revealed it is the most successful borough in London for spending its apprenticeship levy to provide jobs and training for local people.
The new MP for Erith has made her first visit to one of the area's biggest colleges to help select possible blogging award winners.
A Bexley author has come up with a way to keep fit, avoid gyms and explore the area - his new book highlights some of the best walking for lovers of the Underground rail system.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man attacked for challenging a suspected car thief died in hospital.
Highways England has issued a warning to motorists that high winds could make driving in some places difficult, including the Dartford Crossing on Sunday.
Bromley and Bexley residents have had their chance to put their views forward on major transport plans that will stretch across the south east.
Opinions are being sought on the design options for 70 Pier Road, Erith.
Generous residents in Bexley have helped to raised £7,500 for a string of good causes.
Rail passengers are warned the Bexleyheath line is being closed for nine days soon and they will need to find alternative routes.
A gang of violent thieves has been jailed following a series of robberies targeting Dartford shops.
A Bexley performance organisation is in line for a Hearts for the Arts award after making the shortlist.
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.