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Electrical fire kills family pet

A family fled to safety as a blaze - which killed a pet cat - took hold in their home.

Police chase after cashpoint theft

A village supermarket has been left in tatters after it was ram raided in a cash machine burglary.


Not for sale!

Ebbsfleet will not be forced to sell their best players this summer.

Three arrested after elderly woman defrauded

Three people have been arrested following a report that a woman in her 80s was defrauded.

Man charged with attempted murder

A man has been charged with attempted murder after a woman was seriously assaulted.

Flats evacuated after serious fire

A road has been cordoned off and flats evacuated following a blaze.

Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

The police arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman was reportedly hit by a car.

MP blasts 'destruction' of historic town centre

Developers have been accused of misleading a council about a £120 million project regeneration project.


Scores of children have Great day at May Day parade

Scores of villagers went along to watch the parade which set off from the village's railway station.

Man in hospital after flames engulf caravan

Firefighters were called out after a candle fire destroyed a caravan as a man slept inside in the early hours.

Power station comes crashing down

Onlookers watched plumes of dust rise across the Thames as a part of an old power station was blown up.

Bowyer reacts to Shrewsbury defeat

Charlton Athletic caretaker boss Lee Bowyer criticised Shrewsbury Town for wasting time from the first minute of their game on Thursday


It's not about the money says Fleet chief

Dr Abdulla al-Humaidi says culture will be more important than cash when Ebbsfleet aim to improve for a fourth season in a row.

"Business rates are crippling"

The owner of a popular restaurant says rising business rates are hitting hard.


Report: Charlton lose first leg of play-off semi-final

Charlton Athletic have it all to do in the second leg of their League 1 play-off semi-final after losing the first tie at home to Shrewsbury Town.


Vandals target historic memorial

A Grade II listed Pocahontas statue has been vandalised at a town centre church.


McMahon in the market for strikers

Fresh firepower is top of Ebbsfleet United's summer shopping list.

Borough's latest mayor announced

Gravesham's latest mayor was announced at the annual council meeting on Tuesday, May 8.

Fleet keeper laughs off Kop hostility

Nathan Ashmore took some serious stick from the Tranmere fans on Saturday - and loved it.


Quad rider spotted doing wheelie

A quad bike rider has been photographed doing a wheelie on the A2 without a helmet.

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