The public are being asked to have their say on plans to increase the number of parish councils in the borough.
People of all ages lined the route to see Sittingbourne carnival.
Hopes that missing Matt Green is in New Zealand have been dashed.
Another packed edition of the Sheerness Times Guardian with a four-page special report on Monday's Marine Parade arson attack.
Another packed edition of the Sittingbourne News Extra is out Wednesday, full of news, sport and leisure from across the area
This efit has been released after a woman was attacked in broad daylight while walking her dog.
Some 40 years since its last appearance, the Borden fete returned at the weekend with more than 1,000 people attending.
A pianist who wrote a piece of music after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour is to hear his work at the Royal Albert Hall.
A mother has spoken of the terrifying moment her dog was nearly choked to death by its own collar.
Dad John Dighton has taken part in a gruelling Iron Man contest to raise funds into brain tumour research.
A peahen surprised staff and customers when it appeared inside a town shop.
Moscow Olympics' gold medalist Duncan Goodhew was on hand to honour a young Murston resident.
It's hoped hundreds of people will turn out to see the carnival on Saturday.
A 12-year-old boy with a keen interest in street magic and knots accidentally hanged himself when an escapology stunt went wrong at his family home.
Another man has come forward to say he thinks he has seen a Sittingbourne roofer who vanished from his home three years ago.
A course designed by special forces' soldiers proved to be the ultimate test for a group of fundraisers.
We've another packed edition this week with top news, sport and leisure from across the greater Sittingbourne area.
Bob Bridge and his wife Lily are celebrating their platinum wedding anniversary.
A piece of music written by composer John McCabe while battling a brain tumour is set to be played at The Royal Albert Hall next month.
Crowds flocked to a town primary school to enjoy the fun at its annual fundraising fete.
Sport clubs which use Sittingbourne and Sheppey's leisure centres have received a cash boost.
Sittingbourne and Sheerness could end up with their own town councils, if Swale's new cabinet member for localism has his way.
Celebrity TV judges Len Goodman and Robin Cousins visited Bobbing's Demelza Hospice Care for Children for the charity's 15th anniversary celebrations.
Two men are to appear in court following a police crackdown on burglary and motor vehicle crime.
This year's Swale Film Festival will include a special awards section when it is held in September.
A town shop is giving people the opportunity to send sweets to British servicemen overseas.
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