Two letters have brought new year joy to east Kent barrister Eloise Marshall – they were the letters Q and C.
A retired vicar who hit the headlines for marrying a male Romanian model 50 years younger told of his heartbreak.
It’s a calendar highlight and also a tell-tale sign of Christmas when miniature donkeys pay a visit to a Kent care home.
Poems written by a retired teacher will not be left unread after his wife has pledged to publish them in his memory.
There is mounting concern over plans to ease congestion in a town which could force all traffic, including lorries, down a narrow lane.
Armed police were called after a man suffered facial injuries in a riverside shooting.
Campaigners working to save the traditional night-time clock chimes at a Kent church have announced they will not pursue an appeal.
Dying teen Elizabeth Adams will switch on the lights, and the event will give her siblings the chance to enjoy a day out as a family.
A centuries-old tradition will come to an end early next year after the owners of a church have been ordered to silence them overnight.
A resident has spoken out about the issue of speeding in a road after one driver ended up in a ditch.
A man has been arrested after a car crashed into parked cars and railings before ending up in a water-filled ditch.
A carnival queen is campaigning for understanding of autism.
A company that uses algae for health-promoting ingredients has expanded with a new laboratory.
Rail services have been forced to slow down after an unusual trespasser was spotted on the lines.
The cogs are in motion to make a gunboat, moored in Kent, into a trust and transform it into a Cold War museum.
Documents warn Kent will lose out on hosting the Open unless upgrades are made to nearby stations.
A nursery assistant found herself in a nightmare situation when her 20-year-old horse fell into a dyke.
Careful and wise management of a trust is saving residents from having to pay a higher rate of council tax.
The Cinque Ports Speaker’s Day parade returns to Sandwich after seven years tomorrow.
The work of a man who helped technophobes get up to speed with the digital revolution has been honoured.
A charity shop which raises money to help elderly people in the town has been targeted by thieves.
Calls for clarity have been made after it was discovered Sandwich Tollbridge Fund costs 16 times more to run than the amount it gives out in grants
A district council has come under fire for the way it has handled a noise complaint.
Three female candidates are vying for a place on a town council in Kent in a by-election today.
Burglars at a Kent church may have only got away with small change but have left hundreds of pounds worth of damage.
A petition has been launched against plans to close a district council help desk used by elderly people or those without the internet
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