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Negotiators called to domestic disturbance

A road was closed off after a man threatened to harm himself following a domestic incident.

Road outside Co-op supermarket taped off by police

A man found lying unconscious on the pavement was taken to hospital with an eye injury.

Footage emerges of celebrity visit

A popular TV presenter came to Sittingbourne to surprise well-known town figure the Whistling Postman Dale Howting.

‘He saves my life a dozen times a day’ – a real Pal

You’ve heard the saying ‘a dog is a man’s best friend’. But for one woman her pet is her lifeline.

Housing developer loses mound row

Taylor Wimpey has been told a bund made up of building rubble must be removed from a housing estate.

Cancer survivor's new fight

A father of two who survived oesophageal cancer is calling for better awareness of the disease.

Mystery gift found on a shopping centre bench

A random act of kindness was met with a mixture of gratitude and paranoia.

Skate park project waits on council vote

Cabinet members are being asked to approve up to £200,000 to create a skate and BMX bike park in the town.

Davis keen to see what former Chelsea youngster can do

Former Chelsea and Crystal Palace youngster Alistair Gordon has joined Sittingbourne.

Wife’s letters to soldier in trenches discovered

Postcards from a woman to her husband fighting during the First World War were amongst a bundle of items bought at auction.

Byrne breaks hand in crash

British Superbike champion Shane Byrne is recovering from surgery after breaking his hand during testing for the new season in Spain.

Family will keep raising funds in memory of dad

Motor neurone sufferer David Irving's relatives vow to continue his charitable legacy.

Mickey and Elsa join the party

A whole cast of Disney characters entertained youngsters at a Demelza Hospice Care for Children party.

Soldier's belongings spark search

The daughter of a twin is appealing for help to trace her relatives.

Time to say goodbye

Friends and family will gather tomorrow for the funeral service of composer and pianist John McCabe.

Award for burglary detectives

A specialist team of officers who cover the Swale area have had their work recognised.

Plug being pulled on power plant?

A company's vision for a £30 million energy station could be over before it's even begun.

Magistrates conversion plan gathers pace

Councillors have approved a Wetherspoon’s proposal to turn the town's former courthouse into a bar.

Judges hardly spoilt for choice

Only one person showed up at the final singing audition to find the country's next music superstar despite a trip to LA being up for grabs.

Help us Save our 'wonderful' NHS

People are being encouraged to join a protest in Sittingbourne town centre this weekend.

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