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Pocket money needs to be earned

18 April 2016
Pocket money needs to be earned

Handing over cash to kids won't do them any good.

What a week! Snakes, a laser show – and Adele

04 April 2016
What a week! Snakes, a laser show – and Adele

Staycations are turning into something very special.

Our impromptu weekend away at the seaside

21 March 2016
Our impromptu weekend away at the seaside

A sneaky weekend away can do wonders.

Netball brings out the will to win in me

07 March 2016
Netball brings out the will to win in me

Some think netball is a girly game. They clearly haven't watched it properly.

Number’s up for phone smombies

22 February 2016
Number’s up for phone smombies

Wandering around looking at your phone is irritating for the rest of us.

Man rescued after falling from scaffolding

11 February 2016
Man rescued after falling from scaffolding

A worker has been rescued after falling from scaffolding and becoming trapped.

A crossing too far?

08 February 2016
A crossing too far?

Building a Lower Thames Crossing has to be balanced with our treasured Garden of England.

We’ll never be lonely, dad will fix it

25 January 2016
We’ll never be lonely, dad will fix it

Dad may be gone, but he's still helping us all.

I’ll miss you Dad, from the bottom of my heart

17 January 2016
I’ll miss you Dad, from the bottom of my heart

Some columns are harder to write than others. This has been the hardest one of all.

The fax of life from the past

02 December 2015
The fax of life from the past

Fax machines and phone boxes are becoming relics, it seems, along with puffball skirts and cassettes.

I’m going to get creative with my pumpkin carving

03 November 2015
I’m going to get creative with my pumpkin carving

Pumpkin envy is never a good thing.

Carrying carriers... it’s not my bag

20 October 2015
Carrying carriers... it’s not my bag

To pay 5p, or 10p? Our bags are costing us cash.

Remembering the sacrifice as Spitfires roar off into the sun

22 September 2015
Remembering the sacrifice as Spitfires roar off into the sun

A day out at the Goodwood Revival was a humbling time

Tap in to overseas markets

10 September 2015
Tap in to overseas markets

Food and drink businesses can expand their horizons with visits to Germany, France and Belgium as part of a Kent County Council project.

Goodbye to summer? No thanks

08 September 2015
Goodbye to summer? No thanks

Let's make the most of these warm, sunny days.

My great bake challenge? Don’t make people choke

25 August 2015
My great bake challenge? Don’t make people choke

Nikki White ponders over her lack of baking skills.

Appreciating the smaller things in life

14 August 2015
Appreciating the smaller things in life

The big adventures are fine, but every day moments can make things just as special.

Cute Kids winner 2015 revealed

29 June 2015
Cute Kids winner 2015 revealed

The winner of our Cute Kids 2015 competition has been announced.

'There is no good time to be told you have cancer'

07 May 2015
'There is no good time to be told you have cancer'

A terminally ill teenager has spoken bravely about facing up to cancer - and the dreams she still hopes to fulfill.

BFI signs up to Paramount park

17 March 2015
BFI signs up to Paramount park

The British Film Institute has become the next big name to sign up for an entertainment resort in Kent based on Paramount films.

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