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Dancing Queens and Super Troupers alike can, from today, Take a Chance on an immersive exhibition at London's O2 paying tribute to the world's most famous Swedish supergroup.

A Bromley mum with incurable breast cancer has joined a Macmillan campaign to make politicians take the condition more seriously.

Getting published is always a thrill for an author, doubly so when you are just 14.

The immediate future of Soul Town Festival, which brings some of the biggest stars of Mo-town and soul to south London, is set to be decided next week.

A Mottingham wife who lost her husband to a brain tumour has since raised thousands for fresh research.

The Bromley Business Awards have recognised some outstanding work done by borough businesses.

A move which could see Beckenham Library relocated and the site developed into housing has been met with howls of anger from residents.

The entire population of Kent's most widespread tree could be infected by an incurable killer disease over the next four years.

A robber from Orpington has been found guilty of murdering a Dagenham man after he was lured into an ambush by a teenage girl.

Police have carried out a series of raids, including addresses in Dartford, Bexley, and Bromley, and made eight arrests.

An Orpington school has been listed as the sixth best state secondary nationally in the new annual Sunday Times Schools Guide.

One of the more unusual events during this year's Children in Need fundraising appeal was a national Tapathon, and children in Bromley took part in a bid to raise more money.

Students have moved in to their new classrooms at Eden Park High School.

It's that time of year when attention turns to the flu jab, and while many will ignore it, health experts are encouraging people to get theirs.

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


Dancing Queens and Super Troupers alike can, from today, Take a Chance on an immersive exhibition at London's O2 paying tribute to the world's most famous Swedish supergroup.

The presenter of BBC2's Equator from the Air will be in Bromley to give an in-depth talk about his filming career.

He is the presenter of the amazingly popular television show Coast, and he is arriving at the Churchill Theatre for a real behind-the-scenes stage tour.

Who wouldn't want to reinvent toilet paper and rapidly become a Billionaire Boy.

He is perhaps best known to Brits as the deadpan Canadian comic on Mock the Week who likes to do a string of one-liners.

The cast of Aladdin flew into Bromley to launch this year's panto.

A night of mixed emotion is promised as John Osborne's funny and heartbreaking play The Entertainer, starring Shane Richie as Archie Rice, arrives at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley next month.

The finalists for the first London Asian Foods Awards have been announced, and several are in Bromley and Bexley.

He is an internationally acclaimed, universally acknowledged and parentally ignored comedian, even if Basile does say so himself.

A poignant Irish black comedy coming to Bromley was originally discovered just across the border in Kent.

It has been called breathtakingly brilliant and utterly charming - this is I Believe in Unicorns.

Is Grease the ultimate rock 'n' roll romance? The movie caused a sensation when it emerged in the 1970s and now the story of unlikely love between Sandy and Danny is coming back to the stage in Bromley.

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