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Triple challenge for running couple

Triple challenge for running couple

One sporty couple plans on doing three marathons in just seven weeks.

Baker Britt enjoys a rapid rise after grief-filled childhood

Baker Britt enjoys a rapid rise after grief-filled childhood

After the signing of a major book deal, reporter Rachel O’Donoghue caught up with acclaimed baker Britt Whyatt to hear about her road to stardom.

Pedal-powered traffic lights are latest bright idea

Pedal-powered traffic lights are latest bright idea

The latest plans in the regeneration have been unveiled.

Davis issues Brickies challenge

Davis issues Brickies challenge

Boss Nick Davis has challenged Sittingbourne to finish the season with a flourish after going through March unbeaten.

Builders lay down regeneration markers

Builders lay down regeneration markers

Billboards featuring the words “It’s Here” have appeared at sites earmarked for development as part of the £100 million project.

Drug gang hid £24m of cocaine in fake bananas

Drug gang hid £24m of cocaine in fake bananas

Three members of a Columbian drugs gang who smuggled £24 million of cocaine into the country in fake bananas have been jailed for a total of 59 years.

Surgery opens after six years

Surgery opens after six years

A health centre which has been in temporary cabins since 2008, has opened its doors in a permanent location.

Race star praises 'blood bikers'

Race star praises 'blood bikers'

A British Superbike champion opens a new headquarters for volunteers who transport medical supplies across Kent.

Woman grabbed by throat and sexually assaulted

Woman grabbed by throat and sexually assaulted

Police are hunting a man who grabbed a woman round the throat and sexually assaulted her.

TV star serves up support for £1.15m college

TV star serves up support for £1.15m college

Gregg Wallace, presenter of the BBC show MasterChef, is backing plans for a new training facility which will house a state-of-the-art kitchen.

Parents stunned by fundraising response

Parents stunned by fundraising response

Offers pour in to help a young girl who has cerebral palsy, fulfil her dream of riding a bike.

Pupil's winning way with words

Pupil's winning way with words

Joshua Bass's limerick about a soldier secured him a hi-tech prize in a competition.

Fury over vandals’ attack on park dragon sculpture

Fury over vandals’ attack on park dragon sculpture

People have expressed their outrage after vandals tried to set fire to a wooden sculpture at a popular tourist attraction before taking a saw to it.

Fears over speed near school site

Fears over speed near school site

A councillor and teacher have joined forces to lobby Kent County Council for road improvements due to worries a child could be injured.

Pervert who tried to blame twin brother jailed

Pervert who tried to blame twin brother jailed

A man caught with hundreds of indecent images of children falsely claimed his identical twin brother had stored them on his computer.

Running with a riot of colour

Running with a riot of colour

People were showered with different shades of powdered paint when they took part in a fundraiser for a worthy cause.

Landlord finds cannabis growing in loft of house

Landlord finds cannabis growing in loft of house

When a landlord evicted tenants who were behind on their rent, he noticed a strange smell coming from the loft...

Town centre roadworks causing tailbacks

Town centre roadworks causing tailbacks

Urgent repairs works on West Street, Sittingbourne, cause delays for drivers.

Daylight break-in at reverend's home

Daylight break-in at reverend's home

Thousands of pounds worth of goods have been stolen after a reverend's house was burgled.

Pilcher's a good fit, says Brickies boss

Pilcher's a good fit, says Brickies boss

Sittingbourne have signed midfielder Dave Pilcher from Kent rivals Hythe.

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