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.
Sheppey’s new beach huts, which were officially launched last week, will soon be painted in a rainbow of traditional colours.
A historic Island landmark, which has been unoccupied for 13 years, is to be given a new lease of life.
A seafront office which has been described as an eyesore has to be removed, Swale council’s planning committee has ruled.
A Sheppey beauty is hoping to scoop another pageant title.
Tests to find out what was wrong with the water at Barton's Point have come back all clear - meaning it's now safe to use.
Three friends who narrowly avoided death when they were trapped at the top of a burning building in an arson attack have been reunited in hospital.
Results of a survey into a ship which sank off the coast of Kent - carrying thousands of tonnes of explosives - have been released.
A Sheppey businessman has been given an award for his work lending money to people who cannot get access to banks.
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Island Inspector Noel Stanley has handed over the reins of policing to Tony Cannon as he takes up a job elsewhere within Kent Police.
He might have made sporting history by winning Wimbledon, but tennis hero Andy Murray's match also sparked a kitchen fire yesterday.
A pair of cyclists from Minster are gearing up to pedal from Sittingbourne to Paris to raise money for a charity.
A lorry driver who died at the age of 32 is to be taken to his funeral on the back of a vehicle he used to work on.
There are plans for an Island post office to close – and reopen over the road.
A rainbow inspired float and outfits has won the Island’s carnival court a top award.
Island schools have agreed to take on extra pupils next year after a meeting over places.
A cyclist who suffered a nasty injury is appealing to others to heed warnings so they don’t come a cropper as well.
A long-running legal dispute concerning the future of Thamesteel has come to an end, but there is still no news about what happens next.
Islanders are being asked to be mindful of baby hedgehogs, after some were accidentally dug up in Minster.
The first events for Islanders to learn more about a £1m project, which they are all set to benefit from, have been held.
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