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Hundreds of cannabis plants seized

Police raided an industrial building this morning and have arrested a man on suspicion of producing drugs.

VIDEO: Landlord finds home trashed

A grandmother has been left with an estimated £10,000 repair bill after she went to reclaim her recently vacated three-bedroom house.


Teen starts petition to back his train line idea

A 14-year-old was stuck in traffic on his school bus when he decided to petition the government for a new train line for Sheppey.


Man jailed for attacking baby

A baby girl was fortunate to survive an attack at the hands of a 25-year-old thug, who left her with multiple fractures.


Temporary speed limit on crossing lifted

The temporary 50mph signs on the crossing have been removed after average speed cameras were installed.

Video: Car engulfed by flames

Firefighters tackle a blazing car parked in a road near the sea.

Almost 40 vehicles clamped in tax crackdown

The DVLA has caught out 39 motorists for having untaxed vehicles in a two-day clampdown.


Clawsome! 6ft lobster up for sale

Buyers will have to shell out £1,000 to take home a landmark that has graced the roof of several businesses.


Micropub wins real-ale and cider award

One of the county's smallest pubs has left a big impression on competition judges.

£100 fines for dumping rubbish

Families have been issued with warning notices following concerns about alleyways being blocked with household waste.


Pensioner losing sleep over bright light

A new LED street light is keeping a pensioner up at night because he says it illuminates his bungalow.


Man charged over burglary

A 56-year-old man has been charged following a burglary - jewellery and cash were among items stolen.


Baby rushed to hospital day after parents' wedding

A 10-month-old girl battling cancer remains in good spirits despite having a tumour the size of two tennis balls.

Man arrested after three-car crash

A suspected drink-driver has been arrested after three people were injuried in a crash involving three vehicles outside an Indian restaurant.

Land Rover convoy in memory of grandad

A procession of more than 40 Land Rovers and cars marked the final journey for grandfather Barry Chessell.

Supermarket trolleys used to transport toilet bins

Supermarket trolleys were used to transport bins containing sanitary waste - before being returned for unsuspecting shoppers to use.


Parents question school over ‘progress passports’

A school has been meeting parents over a controversial behaviour policy put in place at the beginning of term.


Firefighters called to boat stuck in mud

A man and his teenage daughter had to be rescued when their boat ran aground on a mud bank this evening.

Swans may not be stolen

The mystery surrounding the disappearance of a well-known flock of birds might be less sinister than first though.

Lollipop lady replaced by crossing instructor

Three school crossing instructors are being recruited but there's no cash for a lollipop lady, says Kent County Council.


Speed cameras installed on bridge

A busy bridge is having average speed cameras installed today.


Island's heritage depicted in sign

A new sign welcoming visitors has been unveiled by an MP.


Parents thank crew who saved newborn's life

The family of a baby whose life was hanging in the balance during a breech birth have thanked the ambulance workers who saved her.


Armed police called to high street

A busy area was under lockdown tonight as officers carried out a search following a tip-off.


Island's water supply springs another leak

Repairs to the water supply for the Isle fo Sheppey appear to have failed.

Teenager released after baby's remains found

A teenager arrested in connection with the death of a baby whose remains were found outside a leisure centre has been released on bail.

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