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Crash closes village road

Two men remain in hospital following a crash which has closed a road.

Free parking in coastal towns

A scheme offering periods of free parking in Herne Bay and Whitstable was launched today.

Denly - Bay need a miracle

Sam Denly admits Herne Bay require a miracle to make the Ryman League, Division 1 South play-offs but doesn’t want the season to end with a whimper.

Woman found injured on train tracks

An injured woman has been discovered on train tracks, and a number of services have been stopped.

Pedestrian taken to hospital after crash

Several police cars and an ambulance crew were called after a man was injured in a crash this afternoon.

Firefighters issue warning after tackling chimney fire

Home owners have been advised by the fire service to have their chimneys cleaned regularly following a blaze in Herne Bay.

No rush for Browning

Herne Bay boss Sam Denly on when Lee Browning can return to action.

Biker hurt in crash with car

A motorcyclist has been injured after a crash with a car this afternoon.

Transport chiefs launch district-wide tax crackdown

A number of untaxed cars have been clamped in the Canterbury district after transport chiefs launched a crackdown.

Police launch appeal after woman sexaully assaulted

Officers have released an image of a man they want to speak to after a woman was sexually assaulted.

Car park U-turn scuppers plan to link-up seafront

Dramatic plans to knock down buildings to link a town centre with the seafront have been scrapped after councillors decided to keep a car park.

Players given all-clear after serious clash of heads

Two players injured after a serious clash of heads during a match yesterday have been given the all-clear by doctors.

Long wait is over as ‘life saving’ footbridge arrives

A new pedestrian footbridge will be named after a Spitfire pilot who crashed during the Second World War.

Air ambulance lands on pitch after players clash heads

A football match was abandoned after a serious clash of heads between two players.

Former children’s centre smashes auction guide price

A detached property previously owned by Kent County Council has sold for almost half a million pounds at auction.

‘It took a week out of my life’

An angry grandmother was left badly cut and bruised after tripping on a raised manhole cover.

Far-right DJ: I will stay off airwaves

A far right pirate radio jock has been forced off the airwaves - after hijacking an FM frequency.

Denly: Four wins could be enough

Sam Denly believes four wins from Herne Bay’s final seven games should be good enough for his side to finish in the play-offs.

Long-awaited bridge arrives in town

A long-awaited pedestrian crossing has arrived in Herne Bay and is expected to be lifted into place soon.

Pilot statue set for lift-off

Plans to build a life-size statue of pilot Amy Johnson in Kent have edged a step closer.

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