A care home in Crayford has been rated Good following its latest inspector by the Care Quality Commission.
A Sidcup restaurant has been supplying food to local NHS staff.
A hospice caring for Bexley patients is desperate for money to continues its work.
The public reaction to calls for rounds of clapping on doorsteps to support NHS workers and other key workers has prompted plans for a similar show of compassion for the victims of the virus.
In these trying times, a care home is appealing for volunteers to help reduce the workload of over-stretched staff.
A charity helping support older members in the community as they go into isolation is asking the public for help to stay in business.
A group of volunteers are doing their bit amid the Covid chaos and have set up a group called Isolation Help Bexley, or IHB.
More than 600 volunteers have stepped up as volunteers in Bexley to help others trapped indoors by the Covid-19 virus – but more are needed.
It may all be about social distancing, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pull on your ballet togs and dance along from home.
A micropub boss says he won’t go down without a fight after the government clampdown on entertainment establishments.
Residents offering to volunteer to help others in the borough are being welcomed by the council.
The public consultation period on plans for the new Lower Thames Crossing has been extended by a week because of the chaos being caused by Covid-19.
A Welling teenager who has bones so fragile they can break at any moment needs public help to get a special wheelchair that will give him back some of his freedom.
As Covid-19 continues its grip on the world, the three main theatres in our region are closing their doors.
Two men who were spotted exchanging a gun in a car park have been jailed.
A Bexley mum is delighted after her pet Caesar won another major prize at Crufts.
A contractor has been taken on to deliver the next phase of a major regeneration programme in Thamesmead.
Some local organ donors are getting confused following the announcement of a major change in the law.
A change in the way funding is allocated to help care for a group of vulnerable people in the borough has been agreed by the council.
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.