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Mum's bright idea to raise funds

Michelle Williams dyed her hair all colours of the rainbow to raise money for a charity which supports a rare eye condition suffered by her son.

Island landmark undergoes ambitious redesign

Work is underway to transform the White House Indian restaurant in Minster.

First World War trench system discovered in Kent

Miles of forgotten First World War trenches and defences snaking across Sheppey and Kent have been uncovered.

Man taken to hospital after town centre attack

A man was left 'covered in blood' after an attack in a busy high street last night.

Teddies take the zipwire challenge

A perilous zip-line from a church roof to the ground was set-up on Sunday...for teddy bears to take a ride.

Young dancers’ recreation of video routine is real Thriller

More than 200 dancers blamed it on the boogie and performed Michael Jackson’s Thriller routine at Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey.

Jobless figure falls again

Latest figures show a 4.8% decrease in the number of unemployed in Sheppey and Sittingbourne.

Reunion for crash victim’s ex-classmates

Former classmates of Sheppey Crossing crash victim Deborah Roberts will hold a reunion in Sittingbourne today to help raise funds for her family.

Plans unveiled for new family pub

Neats Court retail park in Queenborough could be about to welcome its latest venue.

Care-home appeal a cause to dye for

An assistant care home manager went to the hairdressers for the first time in 14-years as part of her ambition to fund a greenhouse for her clients.

Work to start on 15 new beach huts

Swale council is pressing ahead with an extension to its popular beach hut scheme.

Road's reconstruction reaches halfway stage

The Broadway in Minster, Sheppey is undergoing a £500,000 reconstruction in one of the county's biggest engineering projects.

Former pub undergoing makeover fit for a king

The Prince of Waterloo in Minster is being transformed into a restaurant featuring open-fire cooking, popular in the days of Henry VIII.

'Our best display yet'

Sheppey produced their best rugby of the season to beat Sittingbourne in the Swale derby.

Callous thieves steal swing for disabled children

A severely disabled six-year-old has been left devastated after a specialised swing was stolen from a park.

Sayonara – we’re off to Japan

Sheppey Scout Explorers are raising funds to pay for the trip of a lifetime.

Apprentice selected for top competition

A young carpenter is off to Birmingham to compete in a national construction contest.

Youngsters try hard at Island tournament

A total of 150 pupils took part in a rugby competition held at the Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey.

Centuries-old Island church due for major revamp

A replica of a 400-year-old sundial is to be installed at Minster Abbey as preparations begin for its £1m makeover.

Lights herald bright new dawn for Island football club

Floodlights are due to be installed at Sheppey United's Holm Park ground as the club's revival on and off the pitch continues at apace.

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