Ian Cox says Whitstable’s performance in Monday’s surprise derby win at Herne Bay has set the standard for the rest of the season.
A one-bedroom wooden beach shack in Seasalter has gone on the market with a six-figure guide price.
Whitstable chairman Gary Johnson won’t even entertain the thought that Monday’s derby with Herne Bay could be the Oystermen’s last for some time.
Green county councillor Martin Whybrow provides an insight into Whitstable's asylum seeker base.
Liz Thomas-Friend has been named executive head teacher of schools in Whitstable and Herne Bay.
An independent retailer has become the latest victim in a spate of burglaries across Whitstable.
Kent batsman Sean Dickson has spoken of his delight after winning the national 2nd XI Player of the Year Award for 2015.
The company which bought a plot of seafront land says it's ready to call in the lawyers as campaigners fight to keep it in public hands.
Daniel Postgate's keeping it in the family after winning a Bafta for the Clangers... originally co-created by his father.
A 48-year-old man who killed a greyhound with three kicks as it attacked his pet has been convicted for cruelty.
An OAP is getting her first mobility scooter after kind-hearted neighbours clubbed together online.
Concern is growing for two 14-year-old Vietnamese boys who have been missing since Saturday.
Southeastern trains are running late after a lorry became wedged under a railway bridge this afternoon.
A leading councillor has said 'there are good times ahead' as plans are revealed for a new entrance at Whitstable Harbour.
Plans have been revealed to expand Joy Lane Primary School and demolish the asylum-seeker centre.
A 75-year-old woman missing since this morning has been found safe.
Residents have been warned to report any suspicious activity in Whitstable and Herne Bay after a series of break-ins over the weekend.
A health watchdog has placed a failing care home into special measures after finding inedible food and unhygienic conditions during an inspection.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of fraud after officers were called to a property in a Kent town.
New Whitstable joint-managers Ian Cox and Wayne Wilson are optimistic they can keep Town in the Ryman League.
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