A day in the life of a child during the Second World War filled Year 5 pupils at Eastry Primary School with empathy.
A new free school in Walmer could restore choice for parents across Deal and the villages, which was taken away when Walmer Science College closed
Town councillors Bob Frost and Ian Kilberry are keen to enforce the idea of shared space on Deal seafront. The design involves removing all kerbs.
Three boys and their toys have set off on a mission from Deal to Dundee today, in a bid to raise money for the British Red Cross.
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A former Iceland worker has told how she was left with two black eyes and cuts after being attacked by a colleague in front of shocked customers.
Bringing their experience home, a couple who have lived and worked in Australia and New Zealand will open a new cocktail bar in Deal, tomorrow night.
The application for the Regent Cinema in Deal has been withdrawn after it received objections by Kent Highways.
A pensioner was knocked out when he was savagely clubbed with a walking stick in an unprovoked attack in his garden.
A new chairman of governors has been elected at Castle Community College after ex-chairman Sylvia Jones stepped down amid special measures problems
Deal and Betteshanger RFC will be running a draw for 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets at the Drill Field Club House in Canada Road on Sunday.
Antiques, jewellery books and artwork are among the treasures to pick at today's Brocante on Walmer Green.
If you love the Astor Theatre, why not support it by joining the new friends scheme
Police are appealing for information after three cars were set alight in Park Avenue, Deal, in the early hours Saturdaymorning.
More healthcare services are being bought at Deal Hospital, sparking optimism.
Deryck Murray is to become the new mayor of Deal. This will be his second time as mayor, following his spell in 2005.
A vandal has defaced a part of the new sea wall on Deal seafront, causing upset to residents.
Deal Town Council has come under more fire over the compensation deal for former town clerk Lin Dykes.
Plans are well in place to hold a yearly fringe music festival to compliment the popular Deal Festival this June and July.
The 63-year-old younger brother of Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber has cancelled all his musical engagements due to a herniated disc in his neck.
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