A Bexleyheath school is celebrating after winning a rating of Good from Ofsted.
Plans for a huge regeneration project at a 1960s Erith estate have finally been submitted for approval.
Plans to give abandoned tennis courts in Bexleyheath a new lease of life as a BMX track have been submitted to the council.
Rough sleepers occupying the former Belvedere Police Station have refused offers of help, Bexley Council has said.
Thousands of women in Bexley missed their last screening for breast cancer, NHS figures show.
Proposals to reduce cash for community initiatives have concerned councillors who fear Bexley’s voluntary groups will be asked to do more with less resources.
Santa’s famous red suit will be straining at the seams this Christmas thanks to the generosity of boys and girls in Bexley.
Plans to halve the budget for park volunteer groups in Bexley could be offset by charging dog walkers, a councillor has suggested.
A new board game created by a Bexley woman and her boyfriend could take on the might of Trivial Pursuit.
More than 100 children from Bromley were admitted to hospital with asthma in 2016-17, according to the latest data from Public Health England.
NHS bosses have reassured councillors that services will cope once a popular Belvedere doctors’ surgery closes next year.
“Devastating” plans for a house of multiple occupancy in Sidcup have been approved despite pleas by residents.
The number of diabetic people having “devastating” toe, foot and limb amputations in Bexley has shot up since 2014, shocking figures reveal.
Hundreds of children in Bexley could be starting school this month without basic skills such as being able to hold a pencil or go to the toilet by themselves.
The pregnancy rate among under 18s in Bexley has more than halved since records began, with experts saying sexting and online chats are replacing sexual relationships.
More than 40pc of people undergoing psychological therapy in Bexley are waiting longer than three months between treatment appointments, according to NHS figures.
A health trust will “take into account” concerns raised by an 800-strong petition calling for Erith Hospital’s appointment system to be retained.
A controversial plan to impose travel charges on families of disabled students will be reviewed before it goes live, it has been confirmed.
A councillor has defended the number of “truly affordable” homes homes built in Bexley over the past 12 months.
A mapping aid for the blind was the winning design idea dreamed up by a group of talented Bexley students.
The chief executive of Bexley Council has announced she is quitting due to “changing personal circumstances”.
The big summer party weekend is back in Sidcup and promises to be bigger and better than any before.
Children with special needs get a taste of paradise every day since a tropical sensory garden was installed by the Rotary Club of Sidcup.
Amateur poker player Matt Cragg sets off for the bright lights of Las Vegas at the end of the month hoping to notch up another major win.
A new care home had some novel decorators - the children from Sidcup primary schools.
Households will have to pay another 3.99per cent on their Council Tax from April.
New figures show Bexley is the fourth safest area in London.
The world of dance is in shock after a popular owner of a performing arts school suddenly died after a long fight against cancer.
Wilmington squash star Dylan Roberts finished a highly respectable seventh in his first international event.
The RSPCA was called to some bizarre incidents last year when animals really did do the funniest things.