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Eating out in Bexley is on average safer than the rest of London, according to new figures.

Bexley Council has responded to calls for better greenery surrounding the new Crossrail station in Abbey Wood.

Three men, including one from Belvedere, have been sentenced for their part in producing and supplying drugs.

A diesel spillage on the M25 just after the exit from the Dartford tunnnel is causing roughly eight miles of queues on the London orbital motorway this afternoon.

Wildlife enthusiasts, councillors and concerned neighbours have spoken out as a government inquiry into a contentious new incinerator in Belvedere was held last week.

Ollie Rayner is hoping his decision to join Kent on long-term loan will spark the start to the latest chapter of a county career that already spans 14 seasons.

An afternoon tea party helped raise £194 to support St Paulinus Church, Crayford.

As the Women's World Cup kicked off with some England success, a local team is offering free football training.

Obesity is becoming an ever more serious problem in the UK, and now Bexley Council is calling on residents to have their say on how to tackle it.

Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our Met Office video forecast.

The opposition Labour group in Bexley is calling on ruling Tories to think again over a decision to introduce electric vehicle charging bays.

Residents in Erith and the surrounding area have more chances to make their views known about a proposed raft of improvements.

More than 150 residents at The Quarry, an eco-development in Erith, marked their contribution to The Big Lunch.

Controversial plans to concrete over a Sidcup park have taken a step forward, after Bexley Council approved its own planning application.

Three tower blocks in Arthur Street, Erith, are to be demolished along with several smaller blocks to create 320 homes.

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Eating out in Bexley is on average safer than the rest of London, according to new figures.

The music world was stunned into silence in January 2016 when icon David Bowie died.

Who doesn't enjoy the music of the 60s? The iconic era straddles rock 'n' roll with psychedelia and heralds the start of an entirely new style of pop, men wearing makeup.

A Facebook group of almost 600 south east London filmmakers has had its first movie, The Most Dangerous Man in the Media, nominated for an award at the prestigious Rob Knox Film Festival.

Few women have had a more powerful stage presence than Tina Turner, and an amazing tribute performer will be bringing her stage presence to town next month.

School photos are a rite of passage: a snapshot in time of bad hairstyles, gappy teeth and that hideous experiment with the blue eyeliner that went on for far too long.

Following a very exciting 2018 in which the nation's favourite yellow magic bear Sooty celebrated his 70th birthday, he'll be launching into 2019, joined by Sweep, Soo and his TV pal Richard Cadell, with a new theatre tour.

Agatha Christie's classic stage whodunnit, The Mousetrap, comes to the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, this month starring Gwyneth Strong - best known as Cassandra in Only Fools and Horses.

Seeing Star Wars as a five-year-old convinced a Thamesmead lad a life on stage and in front of the cameras was for him.

The Lavender Hills mob from Bexley are continuing their attack on the music charts with a new single while taking a pop at politicians.

The breakout star of hit musician Prince's' life story film documentary When Doves Cry is to appear in a new hit-packed concert show in 2019 - Mark Anthony as Prince, which is coming to Bromley in February.

A beautiful fluke moment in a classroom was the inspiration for one teacher to take up photography and he has enjoyed some amazing success.

Alistair Coleman, author of the hit book Angry People in Local Newspapers, has been speaking with Layth Yousif about the cult publication about to reach the bestsellers lists...

A man from Bexleyheath has just published his first book, Kent-based novel Smile Of The Stowaway.

Audiences shall go to the ball this Christmas as Cinderella comes to the Churchill Theatre for this year's pantomime.

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