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Chrysanthemums, sunflowers and oak trees have been named as some of the worst plants that trigger hay fever allergies.

Tom Banton scored a superb maiden hundred and Craig Overton shone with bat and ball as Somerset thrashed Kent by 264 runs in a one-sided Royal London Cup contest at the Cooper Associates Ground.

What does Easter mean to you? Chocolate eggs, fluffy chicks, daffodils, spring lambs, a long weekend...

Drugs have been seized in Crayford and Dartford as part of a major police operation across Kent.

Good Friday is a Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus and his death.

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

After recording his first five-wicket return in List A cricket Spitfires winter bowling recruit Matt Milnes took time to praise the influence of Kent’s assistant coach Allan Donald ­– and perhaps, disprove the myth that ‘white lightning’ can strike twice.

Crossrail might not open to passengers until 2021, more than two years after services were originally due to commence, it has been claimed.

The term Maundy Thursday is used often enough but what is it and what does it involve?

Former Spitfires’ captain Sam Northeast silenced his Kentish critics with an unbeaten century that helped steer Hampshire to an emphatic 90-run Royal London One-Day Cup victory over Kent in Canterbury.

An empty community hall in Bexleyheath could be set for a new lease of life as flats, under a recently emerged scheme.

The 11-year-old daughter of a care home worker had her locks shorn to raise charity money.

As new tighter controls over vehicle emissions in London comes in to effect, new statistics find Bromley and Bexley are lagging behind in the take up of ULEVs - but are getting better.

Kent bowling coach Allan Donald admitted he was ‘very proud’ of his players after their eight-wicket win over Warwickshire at Edgbaston.

Kent head coach Matt Walker was delighted to see his side in a dominant position against Warwickshire at Edgbaston after the third day of their County Championship Division One match.

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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.

Now back from recording the second series of All Together Now, Brit School teacher and Bromley local Georg Tormann is now warming up for Christmas with his Beckenham-based choir.

Former Coronation Street favourite Kevin Kennedy (who played Curly Watts) takes to the stage in musical comedy Rock of Ages.

Scenes from the hard-hitting new BBC drama Informer were filmed in Bromley and Bexley.

Following the incredible sell-out stage success of Not Dead Enough, The Perfect Murder and Dead Simple, the number one best-selling author Peter James is back with a spine-tingling new world premiere play, The House On Cold Hill, coming to the Orchard Theatre in January.

The new UK and Ireland tour of Let It Be will be arriving at the Orchard Theatre on Monday, October 15.

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