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Man murdered partner's son in stabbing at flats

Dimitris Titovs suffered a fatal stab wound in London Road, Teynham. Picture: @Kent_999s

30 July 2013

A man is facing life behind bars after today being convicted of murdering his partner's son - as it emerged he was already a convicted killer.

From hops to space hoppers...

Space hoppers filmed outside The White Horse Inn in Boughton-under-Blean, near Faversham

29 July 2013

A director persuaded more than 60 people to bounce together on space hoppers for a feel-good community film... after a conversation in the pub.

'I didn't see him injured': Man denies stabbing partner's son at flats

Dimitris Titovs suffered a fatal stab wound in London Road, Teynham. Picture: @Kent_999s

24 July 2013

A man who denies murdering his partner's son has told jurors he didn't even realise he had been stabbed when trouble erupted early on New Year's Day.

Man hunted over 'knifepoint sex attack'

Efit of a man hunted over alleged sex assault in a Folkestone flat

23 July 2013

Detectives are hunting this man after a woman said she was pushed to the ground by a knife-wielding attacker before being sexually assaulted.

How 'our Gracie' became aunty to orphan William

Famous singer Gracie Fields

20 July 2013

An orphan who grew up in a Kent care home has told the incredible story of how he was 'adopted' by screen superstar Gracie Fields

Rush-hour delays as crash closes A2

Delays are expected into rush hour

18 July 2013

Motorists faced delays in Faversham this morning after a multi-car crash on the A2.

First shots of Kent's role in new TV drama

Rory Kinnear with Gazette chief reporter Gerry Warren and news editor Joe Walker

17 July 2013

The trailer for Channel 4 mystery thriller Southcliffe, which was shot in Faversham, have appeared on screen for the first time.

Swale Film Festival reveals stellar screenings

16 July 2013

The line-up for the fifth Swale Film Festival has been announced on a new website- and features some familiar faces.

Film of Kent sailor’s epic voyage wins major TV slot

Hilary Lister

12 July 2013

The story of Kent quadriplegic sailor Hilary Lister’s epic solo journey around the UK is being shown on TV this weekend

Inside your Gazette and Faversham News this week....

Kentish Gazette

11 July 2013

See what's happening this week in Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and Faversham....

Children's post box stolen from garden

25 June 2013

A post box with "huge sentimental value" which was used by children to send Christmas and birthday wishes has been stolen.

Racist thug threatens to cut man’s throat after carving swastika on bus

Faversham railway station

21 June 2013

A thug launched a vile tirade of racist abuse at a bus passenger after slashing a seat with the offensive Nazi swastika symbol.

Dirty tricks claim by blaze laundry

A huge blaze at Faversham Linen Services

20 June 2013

A laundry destroyed by a huge fire has accused a rival firm of trying to steal customers by wrongly claiming it has gone out of business.

More police patrols over schoolgirl pervert fears

Grace Smith and mum Michele on the bridge near Faversham rec.

17 June 2013

Police patrols have been stepped up after almost a dozen reports of a stranger demanding hugs and kisses from schoolgirls in the same town.

Chance for budding film-makers to show their movies

14 June 2013

This year's Swale Film Festival will include a special awards section when it is held in September.

Arson arrest over huge laundry fire

A huge blaze at Faversham Linen Services. Picture: Eva Rush-Ryan

13 June 2013

A 29-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a huge blaze gutted a Faversham laundry.

Probe after huge laundry blaze

A huge blaze at Faversham Linen Services. Picture: Eva Rush-Ryan

12 June 2013

An investigation is under way to establish if a huge blaze at a laundry in Faversham this morning was started deliberately.

Fight over bid for 40,000 solar panels

Solar panels in a rural field

31 May 2013

Campaigners are gearing up to fight plans for a huge solar panel farm the size of 27 football pitches in Faversham countryside.

Bitter race row over Kent beer ad

Comedians Armstrong and Miller advertise Spitfire ale

30 May 2013

Kent brewery Shepherd Neame has been banned from airing a TV ad in which comic duo Armstrong and Miller refer to "Poles" and "Paddies" laying patios.

M2 celebrates golden anniversary of motoring

The M2 at Sittingbourne

29 May 2013

It may have caused gridlock, jams and roadworks... but the M2 is marking a special birthday

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