A golf club flew its flag at half mast in tribute to a member who died while playing the game he loved.
Police are trying to establish how a 19-year-old suffered a broken nose and a fractured cheekbone.
A breakfast club has been set up for ex-service personnel to provide companionship and support.
Manager Derek Hares feels Deal Town are entering a crucial period in their season.
A personal trainer specialised in stroke and neurological injury rehabilitation is giving a demonstration to help survivors recover in the new year
Kind-hearted children helped fill a record number of boxes filled with essential items for people with no home of their own.
Fifty years on from his ordeal, Stuart Balfour shares what it's like to be struck down with typhoid thousands of miles from home.
Restaurants donated food and drink to ensure those on their own weren't left out this Christmas.
A Boxing Day Dip will take place at 9.30am instead of 11am tomorrow due to high tide fears.
The moment when allied and German soldiers called a Christmas truce and played football in No Man's Land was recreated by pupils at this school
Deal are hoping that the match against troubled Canterbury goes ahead after their opponents were left without players.
A defendant will appear before a judge in January following a break-in at a property. Police have also issued anti-theft advice.
Since launching her first book of pooches from a dog mad town, Kathryn Reilly has published two more volumes. Her latest is just in time for Christmas
A sprout lover claims to have beaten the world record for the most number of Brussels eaten in one minute.
A pensioner left "numb" by the theft of a 19th century family clock is offering a £1,000 reward for its return.
Police are investigating whether or not two break ins are linked together.
The father of a six-year-old who died after falling in a river says he "plays it over everyday."
A couple known for finding the fun in cooking return to television screens tonight - but off camera they have a serious message.
The parents of a boxing-mad teenager have paid tribute to their "too good to be true" son saying he would not have chosen to leave them.
An artisan market's weekend of seasonal celebrations included a primary school choir, live music, Christmas jumpers and a raffle for the RNLI