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Commonwealth champion does Kent proud

Georgia Mae Fenton's family is over the moon after she won gold at the Commonwealth games.

Gold for Georgia-Mae

Teenage gymnast Georgia-Mae Fenton has won a Commonwealth Games gold medal.

Estate agent nominated for business award

From humble beginnings in 1993, an estate agents has since become a major success story.

Reaction: Fleet make sweet music

Ebbsfleet are serving up great entertainment - and boss Daryl McMahon says two players deserve special praise for that.

Medical alert at cycling complex

Doctors and paramedics in two air ambulances were among those to respond to a medical emergency at a cycling venue.


Report: Fleet fight back in TV classic

Ebbsfleet came from two goals down to hold leaders Macclesfield in a National League thriller.

Grieving couple's anger at death certificate delay

Questions have been asked after it took more than two weeks for a death certificate to be issued.


Silver lining for Georgia-Mae

Kent's Georgia-Mae Fenton has won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

Killer driver took hippy crack behind the wheel

A 19-year-old who was on laughing gas when he collided with a van, killing two people, has been sentenced to eight years and eight months in jail.


Man charged with robbery and attempted robbery of taxi drivers

Liam Bushell, 26, has been charged with the robbery and attempted robbery of two taxi drivers.

More flats planned for police station

Plans for a former police station knocked down in 2016 could now see 99 flats, including a penthouse, and shops built.


Fleet's big chance to shine

All eyes will be on Stonebridge Road this weekend when form side Ebbsfleet host leaders Macclesfield live on TV.

Mum's the word for Georgia-Mae

Kent gymnast Georgia-Mae Fenton has extra motivation to shine on her Commonwealth Games debut.

Butchers facing eviction after 40 years

A village butchers is facing eviction after its landlord upped rent by more than 50% with no explanation.


Victim of nightclub attack speaks out about recovery

A teenager left with a broken pelvis after a car drove into a packed nightclub has thanked those who helped her in the aftermath.

Ferry operator fined after crash

A company and its director who used to run a ferry service in Kent has been ordered to pay £16,000 after a crash.


Fighting under a different flag

Boxing at the Commonwealth Games is nothing new for Cheavon Clarke - but representing England will be.

Jukebox calls the tune

Derby matchwinner Andy Drury hailed Ebbsfleet's movement as the key to their victory against Dover.

Man in custody after vigilante sting

A man is being quizzed by police after he was cornered by so-called paedophile hunters outside a Kent hospital.

Curry profits to go to charity

An Indian food stall holder is to donate his proceeds to a charity which helps parents deal with high-risk pregnancies, miscarriages and still births.

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