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Apprentices help deliver Operation Bin It message

Apprentices help deliver Operation Bin It message

Wacky costumes help give serious message.

Guest of honour at classroom ribbon-cutting ceremony

Guest of honour at classroom ribbon-cutting ceremony

Reception youngsters have a room of their own at last.

Stranger saves dog from choking to death

Stranger saves dog from choking to death

A dog owner is desperate to trace the stranger whose quick thinking saved the life of her choking pet.

Voters set to cast ballot over a pint

Voters set to cast ballot over a pint

Jenny wren pub will be used as polling station in upcoming election.

Mock The Week's invite to fire family

Mock The Week's invite to fire family

Victims of a house blaze have been asked to attend a recording of the popular BBC show which saved their lives.

Pathetic vandals trying to ruin playpark for families

Pathetic vandals trying to ruin playpark for families

Makeshift blowtorches among methods used to destroy children's equipment.

Leon not guaranteed to start

Leon not guaranteed to start

Sittingbourne boss Nick Davis may drop on-loan Charlton youngster Connor Leon – even though he rates him highly.

Free pampering session up for grabs

Free pampering session up for grabs

A fashionista is offering a complimentary consultancy session to celebrate winning a national award.

Bomb squad called to police station

Bomb squad called to police station

Ministry of Defence officials raced to a Kent town amid reports of a suspicious package at a police station.

Lasting tribute to town benefactor

Lasting tribute to town benefactor

A plaque has been unveiled to honour a generous woman who paid for charity housing in the town.

Are these children the next high-fliers?

Are these children the next high-fliers?

Youngsters thrive after been given a Lord Sugar Apprentice-style challenge.

Tragic mum fulfils dying wish to get married

Tragic mum fulfils dying wish to get married

Close friends and family cried tears of joy and sadness as terminally ill mum-of-two Aimee Willett fulfilled her dying wish to marry her partner.

Man remanded in custody after suspected stabbing

Man remanded in custody after suspected stabbing

A 22-year-old man has been remanded in custody following a brawl near a Chinese takeaway.

You knew he would go on - Davis

You knew he would go on - Davis

Sittingbourne manager Nick Davis has been sharing his memories of playing under new Gills boss Justin Edinburgh.

Band set to release debut album

Band set to release debut album

A group with a singer and guitarist from Murston is taking its first stab at releasing its own music.

Store to open later and take night deliveries

Store to open later and take night deliveries

Permission has been granted for a budget supermarket to trade later and for HGVs to load and unload goods in the evening.

Missing Rory search goes on

Missing Rory search goes on

A cat owner has issued a fresh appeal to find her beloved pet which went missing six months ago.

Disease claims trees protesters defended

Disease claims trees protesters defended

Three years after residents campaigned to save them, two 80-year-old trees have been cut down due to them being unsafe.

Halal pizza meat gossip sparks threat of boycott

Halal pizza meat gossip sparks threat of boycott

A take away shop has denied rumours it is to change its ingredients to meet strict Islamic dietary guidelines.

Can you sing your way to LA?

Can you sing your way to LA?

The town's bingo hall is holding auditions for a talent contest which is offering a prize trip to Hollywood.

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