• Eagles hold nerve to seal safety at Hillsborough

    CRYSTAL Palace will play Championship football next season after earning a draw at Sheffield Wednesday to consign the Owls to the drop in today’s final day decider at Hillsborough. The Eagles led twice through Alan Lee and Darren Ambrose but

  • ELTHAM: Police seize 480 cannabis plants

    POLICE have seized 480 cannabis plants from an address in Eltham. Officers recently searched a property in Chapel Road after an irregular heat source was detected in the loft area. An advanced drug cultivation process was found which

  • CATFORD: Canon Michael Anthony Hart made new team rector

    More then 250 people witnessed the institution and induction of Canon Michael Anthony Hart at St John the Baptist Church, Bromley Road, Catford. He is now team rector for the Catford, Southend and Downham team ministry, which includes St Mark

  • SWANLEY: Pooch paradise opens to dogs

    Doggy heaven has come to Swanley, with the 4Paws Hydrotherapy and Daycare Centre opening in Button Street Business Park. Owners can leave their pooch in the hands of staff at the indoor and outdoor play area for the day. For details, call 01322 668777

  • CROCKENHILL: Pupils go to polls at school election

    WHILE the rest of the country goes to the polls on Thursday, primary school pupils will be voting in their own mini-election. Students at Crockenhill Primary School in The Green will vote for their own pupil prime minister, choosing from candidates

  • GRAVESEND: Church fundraiser for Chernobyl children

    The charity Concern For Chernobyl Children is holding a fundraising spring fair at St George’s Church, Church Street, Gravesend, from 11am to 3pm on May 15. There will be plants on display and a tombola. For more details, call Mary Jones on 01634 251967

  • GRAVESHAM: Singers and dancers wow judges at talent show

    WANNABE stars took to the stage to showcase their singing and dancing skills at a talent show. Auditions for Gravesham Has Talent took place at Woodville Halls in Windmill Street, Gravesend, last Sunday (April 25) and more than 30 acts attempted

  • ERITH: Historic soccer match captures pupils' imagination

    IT was a lesson with a difference for pupils at Bexley’s Russian school. The students from the South East Russian Language School (SERLS) Friendship, based in West Street, Erith, were taken out of the classroom and off to Chelsea Football Club’s