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Ansah deal boosts Hythe's promotion chances

Keeping hold of this man has given Hythe Town a huge lift as they plot an assault on the league title this season.

Future of bar in doubt amid underage drinking claims

A high street bar owner could lose his licence as the council conducts a review following a string of accusations by police and neighbours.


Video: Can you 'spot' the pregnant giraffe?

Keen giraffe watchers are all agog... as they await a wildlife park's second new arrival in days.

Road shut both ways after crash

A road has been closed after an accident, with bus diversions put in place.

Park welcomes new arrival

A wildlife park in Kent has welcomed its newest arrival - a baby giraffe.


Parking meters installation cost tens of thousands

Controversially installed parking meters along a Kent seafront have cost more than £36,000 to install, it's been revealed.


Title talk a compliment says Town boss Denly

Hythe Town are now being talked about as contenders for automatic promotion.

Baby primates welcomed at wildlife park

A wildlife park in Kent has welcomed three baby primates, naming them after Harry Potter characters.

Duo will make an impact

Sam Denly has added two more players to his Hythe Town squad who he believes can make a real impact.

Baby rescued from canal

A baby had to be rescued from a canal after its pushchair rolled into the water.


Giraffe births live streamed at wildlife park

An wildlife park in Kent is gearing up for the arrival of two new giraffe calves, and broadcasting it online.


Aldi store opening delayed

Budget supermarket officials have declined to reveal the reason for a delay in the opening one of its latest stores.

Town squad growing

Chris Kinnear and Kieron Campbell are the latest players to sign new deals at Hythe Town.

Dicko signs new deal

Former Gills youngster Mitchell Dickenson is the latest player to commit his future to Hythe Town.

We want you to stay

Manager Sam Denly is confident hotshot Zak Ansah will still be a Hythe Town player next season.

Missing pensioner found safe and well

A 79-year-old woman who went missing has been found safe and well.

Webster signs new deal

Utility man Charlie Webster has put pen to paper to stay with Hythe for next season.

Reaction: A sloppy goal to concede

Hythe boss Sam Denly says one piece of defending cost them a play-off place.

Report: Late heartbreak for Hythe

Hythe were denied a Bostik South play-off place with virtually the last kick of the season on Saturday.

Roadworks diversion 'shaking' village homes

Hundreds of lorries are reportedly passing through a sleepy village in Kent, 'shaking homes' and disturbing residents' sleep.

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