This year's Bexley Business Awards, backed by the Bexley Times, is being launched and entries are being invited.
Two vulnerable Bexley residents have fallen foul of a growing phone scam, and have parted with thousands of pounds.
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Plans have been submitted to demolish a derelict block in Erith to make way for new social housing and a dental clinic.
The Game store in Bexleyheath has been earmarked for closure, and the company suggests high rents could be to blame.
The family of a young woman shot dead outside Bexleyheath police station nearly 17 years ago has expressed "relief" at coming a step closer to finding out exactly how she died.
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A woman and her lover are facing jail for the "brutal" murder of her ex-husband, who was stabbed to death in an alleyway.
The redevelopment of Riverside Gardens in Erith has taken another step with the council retaining an architect.
Newly-elected MP Gareth Bacon will temporarily hold three different government positions, as he prepares to transition from Bexley Council to the halls of Westminster.
Crossrail will not open until the end of next year, Transport for London has confirmed - with the Liverpool Street to Shenfield section taking a further six months to join up.
The council's own development company is about to start work building new homes at Old Farm Park.
The Entertainer has announced the return of its Big Toy Rehoming campaign, in partnership with the Salvation Army.
Police are investigating a Christmas Eve stabbing incident in Bexleyheath.
The London Ambulance Service requires improvement to be safe despite being rated Good overall, inspectors said.
A man has been arrested after police investigating an "altercation" in Harold Hill discovered a man with stab wounds miles away in Bexley.
Police investigating a stabbing have cordoned off a car park in Harold Hill this morning.
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.
One of the most ambitious visual portraits of citizenship ever undertaken in one of the world's largest cities has been launched today, November 4, on more than 600 billboards across all of London's 33 boroughs.
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.
An infants school has opened a new outdoor learning environment.
The Hook Lane Primary School in Welling is starting the new school year as a member of the Maritime Academy Trust (MAT).
A Bexley micropub has been named as the best place to drink cider for miles around.
Thousands of households living under London City Airport's flight path are set to receive postcards as part of a campaign to prevent the weekend aircraft ban being lifted.