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.
A housing caretaker has been awarded for his quick thinking work in stopping a vulnerable resident being fleeced by a conman.
A Sidcup restaurant is home to the Best Curry Chef in Kent, according to industry awards.
Children arrived at a care home to visit a group of ex-servicemen and were amazed to hear some of their old stories.
A film is to be made about the life of Harry Potter actor Rob Knox who was killed in a knife attack in Sidcup in 2008.
An Elton John charity show at the Mick Jagger Centre in Dartford is set to raise cash for disadvantaged adults.
The regeneration of Thamesmead has taken another important step forward with the topping-out of a new development.
Technology is being used to help tackle Type 2 diabetes in Bromley and Bexley.
Some 50 members of staff, including teachers, have held two one-day strikes at a Bexley school amid claims several teachers are being bullied by senior management.
Christmas is coming to Bexleyheath with a November 16 launch of the festive lights.
Old Bexley and Sidcup MP James Brokenshire is supporting a lung cancer charity after battling the condition himself.
Bexley Council will soon be rolling out its new recycling wheelie bins and has revealed the timetable for residents to check when they get theirs.
The Friends of park groups are on the lookout for more volunteers in Bexley.
A professional dancer who has been on stage with some of the world's biggest stars has been back in Bexley to help train some new recruits to the world of showbiz.
The McDonald's restaurant in Crayford is among six which could be hit by strike action next month.
A Bexley micropub has been named as the best place to drink cider for miles around.
A man who has spent a quarter of his life tracing a complex family tree now needs the help of Bexley residents.
Children in Sidcup are so fed up with some people not clearing up their dogs' mess that they contacted the council to help publicise their plea for owners to be more responsible.
Seven arrests have been made into an organised burglary gang following a police raid on a Belvedere storage facility.
Thamesmead's Southmere Lake is to get a major biodiversity boost.