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Community biggest winner at fun day

There wasn’t just football at the Ebbsfleet – there was music, dance and food to keep people happy and entertained.

Investigation ongoing after workmen injured

An investigation is ongoing after two workmen were injured when they cut through an underground mains power cable in Northfleet.

Lorry drivers’ rancid filth has left pit stop closed

Lorries are parking dangerously along a hard shoulder since a much-used pit stop was closed for cleaning.

Brushing up for Her Majesty

Artists are turning things red, white and blue in time for the Queen's 90th birthday.

Shields: We're going for it

Sean Shields is confident Ebbsfleet can end Sutton's long unbeaten record in Saturday's title clash.

Woman arrested after man hit by car

A woman has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm after a man was hit by a car.

£30 to spend a penny

A lorry driver has been fined after being spotted urinating on the A2 - just days after another motorist was caught defecating on the roadside!

Minister quizzed about Crossing pollution fear

Minister Amber Rudd, in charge of climate change, has pledged to keep a keen eye on plans for a new Lower Thames Crossing

Homeless shelter has closed for summer

A project to help the homeless find shelter during the winter months has come to an end.

Keds buzzing for the big one

Danny Kedwell returns to the scene of his first Ebbsfleet goal this weekend determined to score one which could mean promotion.

Macca: Everyone's against us

Ebbsfleet boss Daryl McMahon says most people want Sutton to win Saturday's title showdown.

Spectacular Sikh festival will have the town buzzing

Thousands of people are expected to converge on Gravesend for the loud and colourful Vaisakhi celebration.

Pop stars open school's new music complex

Pop stars, producers and dozens of students turned out for the opening of a state of the art new music complex at Gravesend Grammar School.

Fleet travelling in numbers

Ebbsfleet are looking to take 10 coachloads of supporters to Saturday's title showdown at Sutton.

Dozens hotfoot it across coals for hospice fundraiser

Around 50 people took part in a fundraising fire walk for hospice charity ellenor.

Pioneering bone-marrow donor all set for marathon

Saving one life was not enough for Norman Grimes; now he is preparing to save plenty more by running the London Marathon.

Pair stole Minis and sold them for parts

Two men who stole 13 classic Mini cars and sold them for parts on eBay have been locked up.

Teacher tackles 12 marathons in 12 months

A teacher is taking on an epic challenge to support a charity that helped the family of one of her pupils when he suffered brain damage.

Streets will come alive with Sikh celebration

Gravesend will explode with colour and music next week as the annual Sikh festival of Vaisakhi winds its ways through the streets in a joyous parade.

Artist draws on his skills to thank kind shop owner

An artist was so moved by the kindness shown to him by a trader he drew a portrait of him – and handed it over as a present.

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