A Sheerness woman has had her head shaved for charity in memory of her father and brother-in-law, who both died of cancer.
Sheppey’s new top cop says he has a simple approach to reducing crime – catch more offenders.
Firefighters tackled a barn fire which also damaged a workshop and threatened to spread to nearby buildings.
A Sheerness primary, which is among the most deprived in the county, has been selected for a role to help struggling schools.
Avast! The Sheppey Pirates are on their way to start a huge water-bomb fight in preparation for a world record attempt.
A campaign to install a pedestrian crossing outside a school is continuing – after the lollipop lady quit over safety fears.
Pupils from two Sheerness schools took part in a week of activities designed to teach them about business and enterprise.
A teenager’s motorbike which he relies on to get to work has been stolen.
A guest at a school’s summer fair left with a lovely bunch of coconuts – after winning a record six at the stall.
Another person has been arrested in connection with two arson attacks in Sheerness.
The three top Isle of Sheppey Academy bosses are leaving – as a new sponsor prepares to take over.
Young people will be able to sit in comfort and safety while they try fishing thanks to an Island charity.
A talented group of performers have staged their version of a story about a man-eating plant.
A convoy of lorries escorted a popular HGV driver, who died at the age of 32, to his funeral.
Glorious sunshine shone on hundreds of people who went along to Minster Village Fayre.
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Generous students have donated money raised at a fashion show to help transform a heritage centre.
A talented performer who won a scholarship to a top dance school has graduated with a diploma – and already bagged his dream job.
Large vehicles going to and from a school construction site are severely damaging parts of a road, a Halfway resident has claimed.
A talented young dancer has scooped a part in a Kent production of a famous ballet.
A plan to turn a town pub into homes has been refused because of concerns over flood risk.
Musicians staged a show in aid of victims of the Glass House arson.
A prison officer is planning to launch a charity after the success of a Facebook campaign he started.
Not many people can say they have received a birthday card from the Queen and even fewer can say they have more than one.
An arts-led regeneration scheme to brighten up a Sheppey village has ended after three years.
Youngsters showcased their horticultural skills during an open day.
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