• Choppers face the axe while it goes to the wire at the top

    With one week to go in the South London & Kent Pool Alliance, Brockleians Choppers have joined Fox under the Hill and Rileys Rovers in being relegated from the Elite League while at the other end of the table any of the top four teams can still win the

  • Brothers face jail for ill-fated substation burglary

    Two brothers who left an accomplice lying dead on the railway tracks after stealing copper cable are facing jail sentences today. John and Jason Tusting , along with James Payne, broke into a remote trackside substation between Penge West and

  • Willow Dene special school governors agree school rebuild

    GOVERNORS at a special school have agreed plans to redevelop it on its existing site. As reported last week, Greenwich Council’s cabinet has decided to rebuild Willow Dene School in Swingate Plane, Plumstead. Controversial plans to relocate it to

  • Physiotherapy group for people suffering from MS in Dartford

    PEOPLE suffering from multiple sclerosis are being invited to join a free physiotherapy group in Dartford. The sessions are run every Wednesday from 10.30am until 12.30pm at Acacia Hall in Dartford High Street. They are open to anyone with the long-term

  • MOVIE REVIEW: Beginners ****

    BEGINNERS, Mike Mills’ follow up to Thumbsucker is a heartfelt and well acted drama which is expectedly offbeat but doesn’t sacrifice emotional punch. It’s the story of Oliver (Ewan McGregor), a graphic artist who is struggling to come

  • Bromley and Bexley to share library services

    PROPOSALS for Bromley to share library services with Bexley have been approved by councillors. On Wednesday Bromley Council’s executive said it would look at setting up a non-profit trust organisation to manage libraries, which would qualify

  • £5m refurbishment of The Pavilion underway

    A £5M refurbishment of a leisure complex in Bromley town centre is well underway. Work on the makeover of The Pavilion in Kentish Way began in May and the whole project is expected to be completed by spring next year. The new-look centre

  • Mottingham martial arts star conquers the world

    A KEMNAL Technology College student has become a double world chmpion for his age group in karate. Joe Coombes, 13, from Mottingham, is the UK champion in both kumite and kata after winning gold in the British championships in Sheffield last year.

  • Health campaigners plan second hospital protest

    ORGANISERS of a protest against hospital standards are gearing up for round two. The Niekrash Law group, named after the whistle-blowing consultant who won an employment tribunal against hospital chiefs, is planning a demonstration outside

  • Police raid St Mary Cray cannabis factory

    POLICE uncovered a cannabis factory containing more than 100 plants when they raided an old pub in St Mary Cray. The Cray Valley East safer neighbourhood team burst into the premises, which has been converted into flats, and found 116 plants

  • Wings impose weekend deadline for trial duo

    PLAYER-BOSS Jamie Day has set a weekend deadline for players to make up their minds if they want to represent Welling United this season. Club skipper Jack Parkinson (Stevenage and Southend) and striker Loick Pires (Crewe Alexandra) have both