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Exciting career opportunities in the care sector

25 October 2021
Exciting career opportunities in the care sector

The Covid-19 pandemic has put the UK care sector firmly in the spotlight. Here's why this profession is so important.

Minta wins county pool crown

08 September 2021
Minta wins county pool crown

Sheppey player Charlie Minta has been crowned Kent Open pool champion 2021.

Kings Hill golfer joins illustrious roll of honour

29 May 2021
Kings Hill golfer joins illustrious roll of honour

Ben Quinney had a season-opening tournament to remember by winning the Lagonda Trophy at Gog Magog Golf Club.

The bogus news site, the teen entrepreneur and the 'robot' journalists

05 May 2021
The bogus news site, the teen entrepreneur and the 'robot' journalists

We reveal the story of the Kent Chronicle - which posed as a legitimate online news service by stealing stories by genuine reporters.

Town gears up for big reopening

09 April 2021
Town gears up for big reopening

We celebrate our fantastic local businesses as they get ready to welcome back customers after the latest lockdown.

Looking back a year on from first lockdown

23 March 2021
Looking back a year on from first lockdown

This time last year it would have been hard to comprehend just how extensively our lives were on the cusp of changing.

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Ant and Dec's TV surprise for 'paperboy' George

20 February 2021
Ant and Dec's TV surprise for 'paperboy' George

Diminutive duo Ant & Dec presented 80-year-old Kent 'paperboy' George Bailey with a birthday surprise on their return to Saturday's TV screens.

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Search for missing teens concludes

20 December 2020
Search for missing teens concludes

Police have thanked the public for helping to trace two teenage girls who went missing.

Highways Agency schedules motorway closure

20 November 2020
Highways Agency schedules motorway closure

Drivers are being advised of yet more overnight carriageway closures on a stretch of motorway which has experienced months of disruption this year.

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Make sure you sparkle away safely

16 October 2020
Make sure you sparkle away safely

Sponsored editorial: Have you got your sparklers and fireworks sorted out for Bonfire Night? Homewood Orchard Garden Centre has got you covered.

Let's bookmark the #UnlockingCare campaign

12 October 2020
Let's bookmark the #UnlockingCare campaign

A leading charity has launched a fantastic six-month campaign using bespoke bookmarks to raise much-needed funds.

Farmhouse bought by 'notorious' family for £325k is sold for £1.5m

23 September 2020
Farmhouse bought by 'notorious' family for £325k is sold for £1.5m

A sprawling Grade II-listed property controversially snapped up two years ago for a fraction of its true value has today been sold for £1.5m.

Stuntman proposes as he's set on fire

11 August 2020
Stuntman proposes as he's set on fire

Watch the moment a stuntman popped the question to his girlfriend in the most dramatic way imaginable - being set on fire.

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Hawkins level with world no.2

08 August 2020
Hawkins level with world no.2

There's nothing separating Kent's Barry Hawkins and Neil Robertson in what's been described as the most bizarre start to a match in Crucible history.

Family mystery reveals hidden pain of autism

20 July 2020
Family mystery reveals hidden pain of autism

An author has delved into her past to write an often-painful account of living with mental illness.

New-look garden centre already in full bloom

04 March 2020
New-look garden centre already in full bloom

Kent’s newest garden centre is now open and ready for the upcoming gardening season.

Time for people in Kent to Think Ahead

24 January 2020
Time for people in Kent to Think Ahead

A mental health charity is looking for graduates who want to make a difference to the lives of people in Kent.

Empowering women with expert advice

21 January 2020
Empowering women with expert advice

An interesting event by women’s health experts about major lifestyle changes will soon be taking place in Tunbridge Wells.

Family things to do during half term

03 October 2019
Family things to do during half term

Sponsored editorial: Need some ideas to keep the kids entertained during half term? We’ve got you covered!

An apology to Alex Reid

19 August 2019
An apology to Alex Reid

An apology has been issued by the Sittingbourne News following an article concerning an attempt to hack a celebrity's mobile phone.

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