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Work on a £3million fit-out programme is well underway at the new Orpington Health and Wellbeing Centre.

Students and staff at Ravens Wood School, Oakley Road, are delighted to report another set of pleasing results, despite significant reforms to another tranche of A-level subjects.

The estranged husband of a woman found dead in a Bromley flat will stand trial for murder.

Spitfires tackle South Group leaders Somerset on Thursday

A leading UK company developing technology for driverless vehicles will start gathering data in Bromley and Croydon this week, to develop its venture to trial a shared driverless passanger service in London by 2019.

A rising international swimming star and former Beckenham boy Michael Gunning has graduated with a first in Early Childhood Studies.

The Met has claimed it is one of the first forces in the country to develop its own mobile fingerprint device.

A group of six teenagers have been praised for volunteering and fundraising at a charity shop on the High Street this week, as part of The National Citizen Service youth programme.

A coach driver who turned into the path of a cyclist and caused fatal and “catastrophic injuries” only knew there had been an accident because a passenger alerted him to it, a court has heard.

The deadline for consultation about a proposed masterplan for a key development site in the heart of Bromley town centre has been extended. Respondents now have until September 14 to comment on the masterplan proposals for the 4.5 hectare site which extends along the west side of the High Street from Bromley South station to the Churchill Theatre in the north.

When A-level results come out on August 16, more than three quarters of students who want to go to university are likely to get into their first choice.

Vitality Blast: Kent (191-7) beat Middlesex (189-7) by three wickets

An ‘old-fashioned conman’ who scammed vulnerable non-British shopkeepers out of more than £5,000 has been sent to prison.

Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our Met Office video forecast.

Today we are highlighting a remarkable case of a council refusing to open itself to scrutiny from local press – transparency essential to our society.

Entertainment

The inspiring story of Flashdance is coming to the stage in Bromley this week, until August 18.

The highly-acclaimed concert-style production of The Carpenters Story, which celebrates the music of one of the most successful pop duos in music history, will come to the Churchill Theatre for one night only on Wednesday, August 29.

United Kingdom

Titanic the Musical is sailing into Bromley.

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