The latest news, views, sport and leisure from across the Isle of Sheppey.
There is hope flood problems on a busy road have been resolved after drainage work was carried out.
Work has started to construct metals frames which will eventually house two of the companies coming to Neats Court.
The front of a pet shop damaged in an arson attack 14 months ago has yet to be replaced after it was refused planning permission.
A man has found a novel hobby for a dog his late wife bought to keep him company before she lost her battle against cancer – urban sledding.
School staff are continuing to look for a solution to inconsiderate and unsafe parking.
Residents are getting their hands dirty for a gardening project at a community facility.
Auction, bag pack and ‘text-nominations’ get fundraising year off to fruitful star for Oliver Smith.
A much anticipated fundraising fashion show has been declared a huge success after it raised hundreds of pounds.
Sheerness Town Team has scrapped its controversial trial closure of the high street after a backlash from traders.
Anybody who had money on Charlie Lee scoring the first goal against Crawley would have been raising a glass to the Gills midfielder on Saturday night.
Gills must be wary of strikers Callum Wilson and Chuba Akpom when Coventry visit Priestfield on Tuesday night.
Gary Borrowdale was named on the bench against Crawley for the first time since joining Gills as he continues to work towards match fitness.
Forgotten man Adam Birchall may have a role to play in Gillingham’s survival bid after forcing his way into Peter Taylor’s plans.
Matchwinner Charlie Lee sent Gillingham six points clear of the League 1 drop zone – but was only on the pitch for his long throws.