A man who committed a burglary while out on bail for threatening a family in a terrifying aggravated burglary in Bromley has been jailed.
Fresh calls for CCTV in a “no-go” park have been rebuffed ahead of the first anniversary of a teenager’s murder in Penge.
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Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood was lawfully killed when he was shot dead by a minister’s bodyguard, an inquest jury has found.
A new ‘Seni Lewis Award’ has been announced by the Metropolitan Police in memory of Olaseni Lewis, who died at a Beckenham hospital in 2010.
A councillor has rejected calls to “seize back” power from academies after one Penge school had test results scrapped by the government.
Neil Smith hopes his team can repay the Bromley fans for their support with victory at home to Barrow in the Vanarama National League on Non-League Day this Saturday.
Temporary workers are costing Bromley Council more than double what they were five years ago, a new report has shown.
The new UK and Ireland tour of Let It Be will be arriving at the Orchard Theatre on Monday, October 15.
Parents and former governors at a grammar that illegally excluded students have spoken out after the council drew a line on what was a “very dark period” for the school.
The area surrounding Shortlands station could be set for a revamp after years of concerns from residents and councillors.
London City Royals have produced a ‘fly on the wall’ video covering the club’s promising start to the new British Basketball League (BBL) season.
Plans for an £850,000 cycle lane in Orpington are set to be rejigged.
Charity Bromley Brighter Beginnings (BBB) has been nominated by the Bromley Times to be beneficiaries of this year’s annual Access Self Storage Christmas Charity Appeal.
London City Royals have vowed to bounce back from their disappointing first British Basketball League loss.
From the producers of the smash hit Easter pantomimes, Wicked Productions return to Gravesend this Christmas with the high flying Peter Pan.
The Sensational 60s Experience will soon be returning to Bromley for on night only.
After a sensational debut across the country, Cilla - The Musical is back for an autumn tour opening at Rhyl Pavilion on August 21 and coming to Churchill Theatre Bromley from September 11 – 15.
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.