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Four charged by police investigating break-ins

Police have charged four people with burglary offences following a spate of break-ins in Sheerness.

Concerns at building on creekside green space

A resident has raised concerns about the “destruction” of part of a conservation area, but Swale council says the loss of trees is acceptable.

Dad returns to the job he loves after family tragedy

A furniture salesman has returned to a job he was forced to leave after a family tragedy six years ago.

Fined for dumped waste

Rubbish found dumped has led to the prosecutions of people who used contractors to get it taken away.

Arrests by police investigating break-ins

Detectives investigating a series of burglaries in Sheerness have arrested six people.

Councillors’ broadcasting ‘ego trip’

A councillor has slammed a decision to broadcast meetings to the public as nothing more than an ego trip.

Girl left terrified after burglary at her home

Scott Langworthy's home in Sheerness was one of at least 12 which has been targeted by thieves.

Pensioner injured after shed collapses

A woman was injured after a car crashed through a fence and hit a shed which collapsed on top of her.

Why Sheppey is the star of show as Inbetweeners film released

The writers of hit films Inbetweeners have revealed their muse as a new movie is released today... Sheppey!

Mum's warning after boy, 11, racks up £1,000 games bill

A mum has warned parents to beware after her son notched up a £1,000 bill on his phone in two weeks for online games.

All dressed up for great swashbuckling weekend

Hundreds of people took on the Sheppey Pirates in a water fight at Barton's Point Coastal Park in Sheerness at the weekend.

Call for action to improve safety of Sheppey Crossing

The safety of the Sheppey Crossing will be discussed by councillors at the next Swale Joint Transportation Board meeting.

Invaders take over the park

Dave the Dalek was just one of the characters who entertained crowds at the Sheppey Takeover sci-fi showcase.

No more – we’re crowded already

A group which is campaigning against further house building have released figures which they say prove the Island is overcrowded.

Commemorations to mark start of First World War

The 100 year anniversary of the start of the First World War will be remembered in Sittingbourne and Sheppey tonight.

New lease of life for elderly Queen

A former Sheppey pub is to be given a new lease of life as a bed and breakfast and cafe in a £170,000 redevelopment.

Sailor to undertake Island race in wind-powered kayak

An intrepid sailor is preparing to take part in a popular Island sporting event – but his vessel won’t be something seen in local waters before.

Turn-out of truckers adds more drive to campaign

A convoy of 85 lorries trundled to the Island for the Oliver Smith Truck Rally on Saturday.

Family taking on tough run in tribute to asthma victim

The family of a young Islander who died after suffering an asthma attack are taking on a challenge to mark what would have been his 16th birthday.

Growing waiting list for colourful beach huts

More beach huts could be built along the Island’s seafront as an extension to last year’s scheme.

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