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Town could get its own council

A seaside town which has been without its own council for more than 50 years could soon get it back.


Man's tree-mendous historic discovery

A fossil-hunter has been left stumped after coming across a find that is more than 50 million years old.


Pervert jailed for 15 years

A Sheerness pervert has been jailed after admitting three counts of raping a child aged under 13.

Child rapist jailed for 15 years

A man who admitted raping a young girl has been sent to prison for 15 years.

Bouncer cleared of pepper spray attack

A doorman accused of squirting pepper spray in the face of an aggressive customer outside a nightclub has been cleared by a jury.

Wilson wins table tennis gold

Para table tennis player Ross Wilson has won gold at the Commonwealth Games.

Boy, three, in horror accident has had arm sewn back on

A three-year-old boy who had his arm "ripped off" in a horrific accident at a Kent holiday park has had his arm stitched back on.


Appeal after barn owl shot

An investigation is underway after an owl died after being shot by what is believed to be an air weapon.


Caravan park bosses release statement about toddler's horror arm ordeal

Holiday park bosses have praised staff for racing to the aid of a three-year-old toddler and have extended their sympathies to the boy's family.


Toddler's arm 'severed' in holiday park accident

A three-year-old boy has been taken to a London hospital after suffering a serious arm injury at a holiday park.

Millions view boy's Ed Sheeran upset

A video capturing a four-year-old's devastation after his music idol failed to make it to the top of the charts has gone viral online.

Dame Kelly to join fundraiser's challenge

A charity runner who has committed himself to running every day for three years will be joined by Dame Kelly Holmes on his 500th day

Report: Trophy joy for Oystermen

Whitstable came from behind to beat Sheppey in the Kent Senior Trophy final on Sunday.

Police investigate serious sexual assault

Police are investigating a report of a serious sexual assault on a woman in the early hours.

Sheppey to Southend ferry becoming reality

Sheppey's new ferry has finally reached the Island after a gruelling 502-mile journey from Wales


'We will do it for Eric'

Organisers of a charity night set to star darts legend Eric Bristow say the event will still go ahead this weekend following his sudden death aged 60.


Nanny's JFK memories

The diary of a Kent woman who was the official White House nanny during John F Kennedy's presidency is going up for auction.


Wilson relishing the pressure

Ross Wilson is relishing the pressure that the Commonwealth Games will bring.

Royal visitor makes low-key visit

The Duke of Kent has been in the county today visiting historic sites including a burned down church and an aviation museum.


Water chiefs showered in criticism

Councillors to quiz company bosses over why two communities were allegedly treated differently when burst pipes cut off supplies to homes and schools.

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