A Big Brother housemate from Kent is set to break a few hearts and ruffle a few feathers... as he's tipped to go all the way in the show.
Two pumps were called the Ravenscourt Road in Deal last night to tackle the small blaze.
A man in Deal has been charged with possession of stolen goods after his Queen Street flat was raided.
Two women who dedicate their lives to rescuing horses are now looking for good homes for the animals.
Deal Festival of Music and the Arts has been shortlisted for the East Kent People’s Award, an awards ceremony organised by Canterbury for Culture.
A man who secretly pursued two teenagers in "hideous corruption" of their childhoods is starting a jail sentence.
An Audi A3 reportedly flipped onto its side before colliding with a wall and lamppost in Manor Road Saturday morning.
A strong police presence remains in Queen Street after a warrant has been executed at an home in the road.
Albert Road homeowner Carol Lenthall sheds tears at her ruined house one week after heavy rainfall flooded her home.
The success of free schools is not proven enough, said education specialist Les Craggs in renewed fears for Deal's youngsters.
Walmer Parish Council’s planning committee has unanimously objected to the proposed housing development in Station Road.
Police are looking for two males linked to a burglary in Boots in Deal High Street in the early hours of today.
A head-on crash on a busy road involving two cars has left five people in hospital.
Councillor Deryck Murray has been elected as Mayor of Deal after four years as deputy mayor.
A fire at the back of the Scout hut in Tower Hamlets is believed to have been started deliberately
Paul Murray’s short spell as manager of Deal Town is over. Murray, who took over in January, has been appointed coach at Ramsgate
A truly nostalgic weekend is set for Deal today with hundreds of classic motors arriving at Walmer Green.
Housing service, Sanctuary Supported Living is working with Deal Area Emergency Foodbank to help people with housing issues.
A new commuter coach service to London has been launched, saving commuters up to 50% compared to the train.
Castle Community College teacher Kate Hayes-Watkins has been awarded the accolade of Best Teacher in Deal and Dover.
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