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Tributes paid to servicemen and women

Tributes paid to servicemen and women

23 June 2014

Young and old gathered to pay tribute to Servicemen and women ahead of this Saturday’s Armed Forces Day.

Mormon missionaries to help eastern Europeans find jobs

Mormon missionaries to help eastern Europeans find jobs

23 June 2014

Two Mormon missionaries have set up a recruitment agency to help find eastern European immigrants jobs.

Name change for hospice charity?

Name change for hospice charity?

23 June 2014

EllenorLions Hospice could be set to change its name - a plan that has upset some at the Lions Club.

Amateur historian's discovery shines a light on Gravesend Riots

Amateur historian's discovery shines a light on Gravesend Riots

23 June 2014

James Elford found a book full of First World War posters that had been unseen for decades.

Cash for Gravesend church

Cash for Gravesend church

23 June 2014

Holy Family Church in Gravesend is to be given £5,000 from the National Churches Trust Community Grant to help fund new toilets.

Technicolor troupe leading the way for drama department

Technicolor troupe leading the way for drama department

23 June 2014

Northfleet Technology College is launching a sixth-form performing arts academy in September.

Council’s busy schedule to remember war debt

Council’s busy schedule to remember war debt

22 June 2014

Next month marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, and it will be remembered in Gravesham with a number of events.

Guides’ design wins scarecrow contest

Guides’ design wins scarecrow contest

22 June 2014

There was not much to be scared of when Mayor of Gravesham John Caller judged a scarecrow competition.

Ponies giving comfort to people with disabilities

Ponies giving comfort to people with disabilities

22 June 2014

There is nothing better than a warm cuddle with a fluffy friend, from their soft coats to their loving eyes... and their hooves.

Befriending scheme to help lonely people

Befriending scheme to help lonely people

21 June 2014

A befriending scheme has been set up to provide elderly, isolated or lonely Asian people with someone to talk to.

Do you know what happened to young bridesmaid of ’64?

Do you know what happened to young bridesmaid of ’64?

21 June 2014

Couple who tried to reunite guests at wedding to celebrate golden anniversary have traced all but one person who appeared in picture.

Pupils in the running for the cricket crown

Pupils in the running for the cricket crown

21 June 2014

Pupils batted it out to be crowned Gravesham’s cricket champions.

Peaches Geldof: 'I'm going to die like my mother'

Peaches Geldof: 'I'm going to die like my mother'

20 June 2014

Tragic Peaches Geldof - found dead at her Kent home - was haunted by predictions she would die from a drugs overdose like her mother, it has emerged.

Footballers’ national competition triumph

Footballers’ national competition triumph

20 June 2014

The England national squad could take notes from Punjab United FC after the team took home the glory at a national competition.

Petition numbers swell

Petition numbers swell

20 June 2014

More than 2,000 people have now signed petitions to try to persuade Marks and Spencer to keep its Gravesend store open.

Fresh and welcoming design down by the riverside

Fresh and welcoming design down by the riverside

20 June 2014

Panoramic views across the River Thames from the Ingress Park development at Greenhithe by Crest Nicholson

No passport? Recreate the world in Kent!

No passport? Recreate the world in Kent!

20 June 2014

We've taken MP Helen Grant's controversial advice to heart - and shown how you can create the wonders of the world right here in Kent.

Time lapse video of crossing gives insight into future

Time lapse video of crossing gives insight into future

19 June 2014

A time lapse video of the first stage of the Dart Charge building work shows the transformation of the crossing.

Petition brings spark to lighting campaign

Petition brings spark to lighting campaign

19 June 2014

People are being urged to sign an online petition campaigning for street lights to be switched back on.

Back on canal in tribute to chairman’s hard work

Back on canal in tribute to chairman’s hard work

19 June 2014

For the first time in 20 years, people have been able to use the water on the Thames and Medway Canal.

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