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Attack, attack, attack! Lordswood add firepower for new season challenge

Attack, attack, attack! Lordswood add firepower for new season challenge

Lordswood manager Nicky Southall hopes a focus on attack helps his side challenge at the top end this season.

Chatham’s Itauma likened to Lennox Lewis ahead of title-defence

Chatham’s Itauma likened to Lennox Lewis ahead of title-defence

Moses Itauma defends his WBO Inter-Continental Heavyweight title on Saturday with more praise coming his way.

Consistency key for ambitious Blair as they target top-six spot

Consistency key for ambitious Blair as they target top-six spot

Hollands & Blair’s manager will be looking for more consistency from his side this season as they look to challenge for a top-six spot.

Family pays tribute to ‘caring’ grandad who died after falling in water

Family pays tribute to ‘caring’ grandad who died after falling in water

A grandad-of-two died after he suffered an epileptic seizure while walking his dog.

Team comes first for Gillingham new boy

Team comes first for Gillingham new boy

Gillingham’s new boy Jack Nolan admits he’d be happy with half the numbers he managed with former side Accrington last season.

Two games in two days for Chatham as boss praises dressing-room culture

Two games in two days for Chatham as boss praises dressing-room culture

Chatham Town are gearing up for a double-header of action at the Bauvill Stadium.

Women’s league hockey returns as Invicta Dynamics are saved from the brink

Women’s league hockey returns as Invicta Dynamics are saved from the brink

The Invicta Dynamics were close to folding a year ago - but have now got a new lease of life - and a new league team, too.

Counter-terror police helping investigation into stabbing of soldier

Counter-terror police helping investigation into stabbing of soldier

Police say counter-terror officers are helping investigate the stabbing of a soldier - as detectives are given more time to question a man.

Historic landmarks to feature in ‘harrowing’ new witchcraft TV series

Historic landmarks to feature in ‘harrowing’ new witchcraft TV series

A historic fort and stately home are both set to feature in an upcoming TV series being filmed in Kent.

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Travellers set up camp on field near busy roundabout

Travellers set up camp on field near busy roundabout

An unauthorised Traveller encampment has been reported on land near a busy roundabout.

Sports stars lend ‘helping hand’ to baby loss charity exhibit

Sports stars lend ‘helping hand’ to baby loss charity exhibit

A fundraising exhibition featuring casts of major sporting stars’ hands including footballer Geoff Hurst has opened inside a cathedral.

Council on course for £16m overspend

Council on course for £16m overspend

A cash-strapped council already facing significant financial pressures is on course to spend more than it can budget for.

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Girl, six, raises £1k for road safety cause after dad’s lorry crash death

Girl, six, raises £1k for road safety cause after dad’s lorry crash death

A young girl who lost her father two years ago when he was crushed by a lorry has raised money for a charity which helped her family.

‘We started a concert with 46p and are still going 10 years later’

‘We started a concert with 46p and are still going 10 years later’

A yearly concert dedicated to helping victims of abuse is celebrating a milestone anniversary.

‘Everyone is shocked by this’ - PM horrified by soldier stabbing

‘Everyone is shocked by this’ - PM horrified by soldier stabbing

A part of Kent is in shock after a moped rider is believed to have stabbed a soldier as he walked home near an army barracks.

No need to stress over absent players insists Gillingham manager

No need to stress over absent players insists Gillingham manager

Gillingham have had a number of players missing from their recent pre-season games but there’s no panic from boss Mark Bonner.

Parents urge government to back ‘much-needed’ special needs school

Parents urge government to back ‘much-needed’ special needs school

Plans to build a special needs secondary school have been blocked and sent to the secretary of state over the loss of playing fields.

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Bonner: A nice evening’s work for Gillingham

Bonner: A nice evening’s work for Gillingham

Gillingham bossed the second half against non-league Dartford and the manager wants his team to be just as dominant from the off.

Attempted murder arrest after soldier stabbed near Army base

Attempted murder arrest after soldier stabbed near Army base

A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a soldier was stabbed near an Army barracks.

Council votes to back ‘WASPI women’ pension compensation campaign

Council votes to back ‘WASPI women’ pension compensation campaign

A council has voted unanimously to support a motion calling on the new Labour government to compensate women impacted by changes to pension rules.

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