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Right to vote campaign targets sixth-formers

Right to vote campaign targets sixth-formers

Students are reminded to make sure they don't miss out on taking part in this year's council and general elections.

Chloe climbing high for diabetes charity

Chloe climbing high for diabetes charity

A Sittingbourne fundraiser is set to take on one of the world's highest peaks this summer.

Accusations fly in tenant and landlord drug row

Accusations fly in tenant and landlord drug row

A renter accused by her landlord of growing a cannabis farm in his house has hit back.

Passengers angry over service cuts

Passengers angry over service cuts

A number of people have said they will be isolated on Sundays after timetables were altered.

Parents' five-year heartbreak over missing son

Parents' five-year heartbreak over missing son

Matthew Green's family has spoken of their torment five years after he went missing.

Bloody hammer attack after drinking binge

Bloody hammer attack after drinking binge

A man's been jailed after he launched a vicious attack on a drinking pal with a claw hammer - which left him with a fractured eye socket.

On the fast track to glory

On the fast track to glory

A young racing driver has her sights set on competing in the British Touring Car Championship.

Police hunting sex pest

Police hunting sex pest

A woman was repeatedly grabbed as she walked alone through a car park.

Talented teenager vows not to give up

Talented teenager vows not to give up

A musician is still dreaming of stardom despite failing to make it through to the national final of a singing contest.

Video: Police probe 'druggie's' van takeover

Video: Police probe 'druggie's' van takeover

An investigation has been launched after a man was caught on CCTV apparently taking drugs in a victim's van.

Brickies make late move

Brickies make late move

Sittingbourne have made a late addition to their squad for the final month of the season.

Two teens arrested in police raids

Two teens arrested in police raids

A number of people have been arrested in connection with incidents ranging from robbery to drug possession.

Family's lives 'on hold' until they get justice for Carl

Family's lives 'on hold' until they get justice for Carl

It's been more than three years since Kent teacher Carl Davies was murdered on Reunion Island, but still his family are waiting for justice.

Champion Shakey off and running

Champion Shakey off and running

Shane Byrne made a flying start to the defence of his British Superbike title at Donington Park on Easter Monday.

Fans out in force for Kings

Fans out in force for Kings

More than 1,200 fans were at Central Park for Kent Kings' opening home meeting of the season on Easter Monday.

Stories of founding fathers revealed

Stories of founding fathers revealed

Four portraits displayed in a council chamber are historically important and date back up to 137 years.

Dog shot by pellet gun

Dog shot by pellet gun

A family have warned other owners after their dog survived a nasty pellet gun hit. Warning: graphic image inside.

Fire crews fight blaze in Kemsley

Fire crews fight blaze in Kemsley

A detached bungalow was severely damaged by fire in Grovehurst Road, Kemsley, after a blaze is thought to have broken out in the roof.

Man who hid from police in pub toilet jailed

Man who hid from police in pub toilet jailed

A man who hid from police in a pub toilet after striking a deaf friend and taking cash and a phone from him, has been jailed.

Air turns blue after Bargain Boozer £ pub opens

Air turns blue after Bargain Boozer £ pub opens

A pub's 'Smurf' look has been condemned... after it changed its name to the Bargain Boozer £ Pub.

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