May 24 2013 Latest news:
A flying scholarship worth £9,000 has been awarded at Biggin Hill Airport in memory of a former instructor.
Beckenham MP Bob Stewart has called for a change to the Human Rights Act following the murder of a soldier in Woolwich yesterday, allowing Britain to deport those who vocally denounce the country.
Bromley officers have made six arrests today as part of a London wide operation targetting phone thieves.
New Free Schools will open in Bromley and Beckenham next year providing more than 120 reception places in the borough.
A former Petts Wood teacher accused of abducting a teenage girl will stand trial next month.
Fraudsters are targetting Bromley residents with promises of big lottery prizes and financial rebates, according to the borough’s Trading Standards.
Campaigners took to the streets of Bromley on Saturday to protest against proposed badger culls in parts of England this summer.
Work has commenced on the £90million Bromley South Central development that will see a new cinema, hotel and big chain restaurants introduced to the area by 2015.
A Bromley man is one of 10 Millwall supporters charged with violent disorder last week, after fights broke out during the FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic at Wembley last month.
Crystal Palace Overground Festival has announced property company The Acorn Group will be the main sponsor for the third year running.
There are few people who transcend their chosen sport.
Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish says the club must keep their feet on the ground ahead of the Championship play-off final against Watford at Wembley on next Monday.
Police are appealing for information after a man was shot in the leg in Bromley.
BBC Radio DJ Chris Evans flew into Biggin Hill Air Field today in a Lancaster Bomber to mark the 70th anniversary of the Dambusters raid.
The old pavilion in Goddington Park is set for renovation after a funding boost was awarded to Orpington Football Club.
Cray Wanderers Football Club could soon be returning to Orpington after chairman, Gary Hillman, bid on land currently owned by Bromley Council.