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Travellers moved from seafront car park

The council has said the travellers have moved to "a far more suitable location".


Fixtures taken their toll on Bay

Herne Bay joint boss John Embery has said playing catch up on fixtures has impacted recent results.

Hero saves girl from drowning

A man leapt into the sea fully clothed to save a 13-year-old who had got into difficulty.


Soaring costs put air show in doubt

Last year’s event attracted 100,000 people, but a Kent air show may not go ahead this year because of rising costs.


Man held after brutal hammer attack

A man has been arrested and another still in hospital two weeks after a brutal "hammer attack".

Game over for arcade owners after nearly 30 years

A seafront arcade and nightclub is expected to be converted into a restaurant after being sold.


Cold caller preys on OAP

An elderly man is believed to have had his iPad stolen by a cold caller offering home security advice.

High street set for ambitious makeover

A high street bus depot is set to be revamped - with M&S to be approached for the development.


Shops selling booze without checking age

A crackdown on underage drinking is being launched after it emerged a third of off licences sold alcohol to a youth without asking for ID.


Marathon runner helping sufferers of husband's illness

A 55-year-old mother-of-two is running a marathon to raise money for those suffering from the debilitating condition that afflicts her husband.

Popular venue taken off the market

The city council has stopped marketing a popular entertainment venue as it continues to try to increase its revenue.

Bay must be on their guard

Herne Bay joint manager John Embery has warned his players to be on their game against two of Bostik South’s strugglers.

Rotting pigeons found in flat after death of 'Birdman'

Dozens of pigeons were found in the home of a known animal lover following his death.


Sex attacker, 81, could die in prison

A retired hospital worker who hid a sordid secret for more than 50 years has been told he will likely die behind bars.

Rat run to reopen after huge pothole repairs

A road is set to be reopened almost a month after it was closed.


Bay braced for busy schedule

Herne Bay’s players have been challenged by joint manager John Embery to dig deep as they tackle a run of five games in nine days.

Attack on boy sparks search for woman

An assault on a teenage boy as he walked his dog has sparked a police search for a woman who is believed to hold vital information.

Hammer attack victim critical

The condition of a man attacked with a hammer on Friday night has deteriorated in hospital.


Costa eyes up seafront site

National coffee chain Costa has held talks about opening a cafe in an empty seafront site, it has been revealed.


Mystery surrounds future of derelict pub

Mystery continues to surround the future of a derelict pub as a councillor revealed he had been “overwhelmed” with complaints about it.

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