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"They are live animals... It's a senseless act of violence..."

Thousands of bees have died after their hives were destroyed by fire in what's thought to be the second attack on the site in Kent in the last year.


Mystery surrounds former pub on sale for £1 million

Mystery is beginning to surround the future of a former boozer after it was put up for sale with a hefty price tag.

Cannons closing in

Hythe Town will qualify for the Bostik South play-offs if they win their last two games of the season.

Pensioner found safe and well

An 82-year-old woman who had been missing for several hours has been found safe and well.

No team talk required

Hythe Town will move into a play-off spot if they win at home to Sittingbourne on Wednesday night.

Police warning after shed thefts

Police are warning owners of shed and garages to be vigilant after a spate of break-ins.

Car ploughs into street light

Police and paramedics were called to the scene of a crash in a residential street.

In-form Town closing the gap

Hythe boss Sam Denly says all the pressure is on Walton Casuals in the race for the final Bostik South play-off place.

Ansah goals keep Cannons firing

Sam Denly wants to keep prolific striker Zak Ansah at Hythe Town next season.

Warning after dog nearly chokes to death

A woman is calling for disposal bins along a beach after her pet dog nearly choked to death on a fishing line.


VIDEO: Wildlife centre welcomes unexpected arrival

Keepers at a Kent wildlife centre were overjoyed - but shocked - when one of their camels unexpectedly gave birth.

Fun factor key for Kinnear

Chris Kinnear says joining Hythe Town has helped him start enjoying his football again.

Town making a statement

Sam Denly says no-one will want to play Hythe if they gatecrash the play-offs.



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Council's u-turn over 'dangerous parking plans'

A council has u-turned after a public dressing down for putting "lives at risk" over parking plans in a popular tourist spot.


'Parking plans are dangerous'

A council has been blasted for “putting lives at risk” by forcing beach-goers to cross a 40mph main road to buy parking tickets.


Green light for DJ to stay

Gillingham's Darren Oldaker looks set to extend his loan deal at Hythe Town.


Red cards a concern for Denly

Sam Denly admits Hythe Town’s poor disciplinary record is starting to earn them a reputation with referees.

Denly's flying start

Sam Denly admits his first month as manager of Hythe Town could barely have gone better.

Gills link helping Cannons

Gillingham youngster Darren Oldaker is already catching the eye on loan at Hythe Town.

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