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Beers to the future for brewery

IT IS more than 50 years since Bexley’s last brewery closed.

Reffells, in Bexley Village, turned off its taps in 1956 from the financial pressures of the Second World War.

The borough is once again brewing its own beer.

C... read on

AROUND 200 hospital workers walked out last week over the “two tier workforce” they say is in operation at a hospital. read on...
WORLD mental health day was celebrated by the opening of a new centre to promote wellbeing. read on...
LAST-ditch talks held to prevent more than 200 hospital workers walking out over lower pay rates for staff employed by a private contractor have broken down. read on...
A GROUP of skaters are set to be evicted from a former car wash site where they were developing a skate park and art workshops for the community. read on...

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BREAKING SPORT

BYRON Webster literally made the “Most” of playing abroad - because that was the name of the club he played for.
The Lions centre-back got his football education in the Czech Republic town of Most, 60 miles north-west of Prague, during two years in a footballing exile with Banik Most, in the Czech First League.
It was a tough experience - but it revived his flagging love for the game and he has never looked back.
Without it, he might not have had the career he has had.
At the time, he had negotiated a release from his York City contract after the arrival of Colin Walker, and found it hard to commit to the game.
“I went there because, if I am
honest, I wasn’t that bothered about carrying on my football career,” he said. “I had nothing to lose by going out there.
“But it turned out to be one of the best decisions I ever made.
“When you are young, you are obsessed with football. When it
doesn’t work out, you have to deal with that disappointment.
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MILLWALL'S midfield lynchpin Shaun Williams returns to the line-up on Saturday for the televised game against Cardiff and will answer fans' questions ... read on
DANNY Shittu has not dismissed the idea of being a manager one day - but he is sceptical about putting himself through it.
The defender’s leadersh... read on
BYRON Webster literally made the “Most” of playing abroad - because that was the name of the club he played for.
The Lions centre-back got his foo... read on
WHEN Charlton fans travel to Craven Cottage tomorrow, special attention will likely be given to one man in particular.

Despite the fact it’s ... read on

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