Since it was announced, campaigners have wanted to extend the new Crossrail transport system to Ebbsfleet, and it could now happen.
Campaigners trying to preserve the former Erith library building say they are depending on backing from the local community.
A disused tennis court in Bexleyheath is set to be given a new lease of life as a BMX track.
Concerned artists turned out at Bexley Council to seek answers over controversial plans for a gallery at Hall Place.
Police in Bexley are employing tactics used on football hooligans to crack down on a growing number of "county line" drug gangs exploiting young vulnerable people into running drugs into rural parts of the UK from the capital.
The next stage in a major redevelopment plan for Erith is set to get underway as more money is found.
The borough's seventh annual business awards are open for entries after a launch at Hall Place.
Visitors wanting to wander Hall Place's historic gardens will face a £2 charge as Bexley Council looks to recoup an investment in the site.
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.
Bexley Council is among 11 boroughs which have joined forces to provide accommodation to families at risk of homelessness - backed by £38m in government funding.
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.
Plans to halve the budget for park volunteer groups in Bexley could be offset by charging dog walkers, a councillor has suggested.
Since Bexley Council launched its anti-litter campaign earlier this year, 1,000 Bexley residents have now made the commitment to pick up at least one piece of plastic litter a week.