The town's bingo hall is holding auditions for a talent contest which is offering a prize trip to Hollywood.
Head teachers say changes to the way league tables are calculated are "unfair".
Thousands raised following series of collections.
Sittingbourne boss Nick Davis has confirmed midfielder Peter Smith is staying with the club for the rest of the season.
Guest reviews have help a popular no frills venue feature in an awards ceremony alongside luxurious hotels such as the Hilton.
It has been revealed the driver of a Royal Mail van that hit an 87-year-old man is an employee of Kent Police.
Traditional signwriter Eric The Brush has been plying his trade across Kent for 10 years.
Authority is expected to keep council tax rates at the same level for the fifth year running when a key vote is taken next month.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist and children's writer inspire learners to pursue their dreams.
Swale's Labour group leader makes a surprise exit after 12 and a half years.
A single mum of two boys is pleading for help after being given the heartbreaking news she has terminal cancer.
Witnesses have been asked to come forward after an 87-year-old man was hit by a Royal Mail van outside a Post Office.
Plan are underway to build a sheltered area to attract wildlife to one of the town's few green spots.
Emergency crews rush her to hospital with suspected head injuries.
Police are trying to trace the attacker who ran off.
Hundreds of pounds and an air rifle were taken when a popular shop was ransacked.
Independent movies to be shown alongside Hollywood blockbusters at newly re-opened town attraction.
Changes to how GCSE scores are calculated appears to affect the area's schools.
A woman's jealous ex-lover has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after stealing items from her home - including her contraceptive pills.
A fostering agency has been slammed a second time by Ofsted for "widespread failures" that have put children's welfare at risk.
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