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Turner targets play-offs

Faversham Town boss Ray Turner believes his side can reach the play-offs despite being in 20th place in Bostik South.

More details released after man's tragic road death

A man killed despite desperate attempts to save his life following a crash has been identified.

Fire crews called to barge blaze

A team of 25 firefighters were battling to control a blaze which broke out on an old Thames sailing barge.

Thieves destroy holiday dreams

An animal charity worker’s caravan being used for trips away with her disabled mum has been stolen and torched.

Turner's personal battle

Faversham boss Ray Turner is feeling the pain of the club's struggles on the pitch this season.

Cannons up to fourth

Hythe proved too good for Kent rivals Faversham at Salters Lane on Tuesday night.

Volunteers forced to dig up memorial garden

A council has forced volunteers to dig up much-loved flower displays in a memorial garden - just days before Remembrance Sunday.

Town's derby boost

Boss Ray Turner hopes Faversham’s dramatic derby win over Sittingbourne will prove a catalyst for their season.

Man jailed for life for bludgeoning pensioner to death

A man who killed his friend and neighbour in a brutal and frenzied hammer attack in a row over "something silly" has been jailed for life.

Cabbie guilty of holding journalist prisoner in taxi

A "blustering bully" taxi driver who held a Channel 4 correspondent prisoner in his taxi before knocking her down over a trivial row has avoided jail.

Man guilty of murdering friend

A pensioner who denied bludgeoning a friend to death with a hammer has been convicted following a trial.

Crash sparks long delays

There a long delays on a busy A-road following a crash this morning.

Cabbie 'held journalist prisoner in taxi in heater row'

A Kent taxi driver has gone on trial accused of holding a Channel 4 correspondent prisoner in his cab on the day of the Westminster terror attack.

Return of the King

Striker Liam King back in the squad after an international break to give Ray Turner's Faversham a boost.

Pilot charged with dropping cocaine into Kent

A Belgian pilot has appeared in court after barrels packed with millions of pounds worth of drugs were dropped into the Kent countryside.

Man bludgeoned neighbour with 18 hammer blows: Court

A man killed an elderly neighbour with repeated hammer blows after an argument over "something silly", a court heard

'Drivers to blame' for M2 crash chaos

More than 160 people have been injured in crashes on a notorious stretch of motorway, but experts say there is nothing wrong with the road.

Town on the up

Ray Turner is plotting Faversham’s climb up the Bostik South table after they recorded back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

Workshop goes up in flames

Firefighters were called to deal with a blaze at a workshop.

Anger as swans found shot dead

The RSPCA is backing a government review of airgun laws amid increasing attacks on animals.

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