Sidcup dad is still struggling to find school place for his disabled daughter
News Shopper revealed in February how Paul Jenkins, 32, of Ashcroft Crescent, was shocked to discover there was no space at special schools in two different boroughs for two-year-old Lily-Rose to start in September.
Blackfen Post Office re-opens to the public with more opening hours
Blackfen Post Office has re-opened to the public and has increased it opening hours from 30 to 56 per week.
A groundbreaking garden has opened in Abbey Wood to help people with dementia.
The new space in Cedar Court, Lensbury Way, opened on April 3 and aims to improve the quality of life for residents living with the condition.
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A teenager from Dartford received a caution after leaving a Sidcup property with a batch of drugs.
Officers stopped a 19-year-old man acting suspiciously as he left a commercial premises in Station Road at 12.15am on January 31. Subsequent searches were carried out at the premises in Station Road and at a residential address in Dartford.
Citizens Advice Bureau service moves to two Bexley libraries
The team previously provided services from Brampton Road in Bexleyheath but has moved to Central Library, Townley Road and Sidcup Library, Hadlow Road.
Police need help identifying man wanted in connection with St Mary Cray burglary
Bromley police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to identify in connection with a burglary in St Mary Cray.
PICTURED- Smashed up cars on Bourne Road in Bexley recovered after crash
A black Clio and a silver people carrier were both badly damaged in the incident which closed the road Crayford-bound A black Clio and a silver people carrier were both badly damaged in the incident which closed the road Crayford-bound.
Victorian time capsule found in Sidcup during A 1.8million revamp
Mark Jackson, who works for Conway, was working with a colleague when he spotted something unusual as they excavated the ground outside the new Sidcup & Co store on Tuesday morning, close to the junction with Hadlow Road.
Court no-show for Dartford woman over Lewisham DLR inspector assault
A Dartford woman accused of assaulting a Deptford DLR train inspector failed to show up at court today .