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ITV drama filmed in Kent set to air

02 April 2021
ITV drama filmed in Kent set to air

A thriller which caused a drama of its own when it shut a Kent bridge is about to be shown on the small-screen.

History of Island's Walk of Witness site

02 April 2021
History of Island's Walk of Witness site

A hill which hosts an annual Easter service is not all that it seems.

Film stars, floods and grisly goings on at forgotten pub

27 March 2021
Film stars, floods and grisly goings on at forgotten pub

A remote pub demolished to make way for a major Kent bridge had a macabre reputation.

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Blood, bandages and bugles: How St John’s band was born

04 March 2021
Blood, bandages and bugles: How St John’s band was born

We take a musical trip down memory lane to find out more about the last remaining St John Ambulance band that lives in Kent.

Man rescued from flat fire

10 January 2021
Man rescued from flat fire

A man was helped to safety by firefighters after a 'well established' blaze took hold in a ground floor flat.

Relief as missing pensioner found

10 January 2021
Relief as missing pensioner found

A police search has been called off after a 76-year-old was found safe and well.

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Area's first Gay Pride event

14 October 2018
Area's first Gay Pride event

A three-day event is being held to celebrate the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people.

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Prison officers sacked

12 July 2018
Prison officers sacked

Seven staff have been dismissed for sharing racist comments on WhatsApp.

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'The best big brother I could have wished for'

28 June 2018
'The best big brother I could have wished for'

Tributes have been paid to a man who organised a living wake but was too ill to attend.

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Don't miss our special My Dad supplement

31 May 2018
Don't miss our special My Dad supplement

Are you one of the 23,000 Kent fathers who will be appearing in our My Dad specials?

'Prison wardens should be armed'

10 May 2018
'Prison wardens should be armed'

A Kent MP has called for prison wardens to be given PAVA spray amid concerns about escalating violence.

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Nanny's JFK memories

06 April 2018
Nanny's JFK memories

The diary of a Kent woman who was the official White House nanny during John F Kennedy's presidency is going up for auction.

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Neglected dog rescued from street

02 April 2018
Neglected dog rescued from street

Vets have described the condition of a dog found wandering the streets as "horrendous".

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Closures planned for motorway bridge

25 January 2018
Closures planned for motorway bridge

A series of night closures are planned for a stretch of the M2 so roadworks can be carried out on a motorway bridge.

Citizens Advice braced for surge in debt queries

22 January 2018
Citizens Advice braced for surge in debt queries

Citizens Advice Swale is expecting Wednesday, January 31, to be one of the busiest days of the year.

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Air ambulance lands in school field

12 January 2018
Air ambulance lands in school field

An air ambulance landed in a school field after it was called to a man who had suffered a fall.

Car crashes into sea wall

08 January 2018
Car crashes into sea wall

A man was taken to a London hospital after a car reportedly crashed into the sea wall in Sheerness.

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Car goes into railings in town centre

08 December 2017
Car goes into railings in town centre

A car has gone into railings near a mini-roundabout in Sheerness.

Our guide to Christmas lights switch-on

02 December 2017
Our guide to Christmas lights switch-on

It's not long before the festive lights begin to twinkle in Sheerness - here's all you need to know about this year's switch-on.

Two-car crash close to hospital

31 October 2017
Two-car crash close to hospital

A woman was released from her car following a two-vehicle crash on a roundabout close to a hospital.

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