Home   Sittingbourne   Archive

Sittingbourne news

Man charged after £1,000 of goods stolen from shops

Man charged after £1,000 of goods stolen from shops

A 52-year-old man has appeared in court accused of stealing medicinal products, clothing and cleaning items from several stores.

Delight as popular barber’s shop returns after a year

Delight as popular barber’s shop returns after a year

A village’s only barber’s which was forced to shut so its premises could be turned into flats has reopened.

Historic high street pub up for sale

Historic high street pub up for sale

A Grade II listed town centre pub is on the market.

4

Man in hospital after being hit by car at busy roundabout

Man in hospital after being hit by car at busy roundabout

A man has been taken to hospital after being hit by a car on a busy roundabout in the early hours.

Quest for Silver lining begins

Quest for Silver lining begins

There’s £12,500 up for grabs as the richest sprint competition in UK greyhound racing - the Silver Salver - returns to the county this weekend.

Signings delight Maxwell

Signings delight Maxwell

Sittingbourne manager Ryan Maxwell couldn’t be happier with his latest recruits.

300 homes plan deferred over GP fears

300 homes plan deferred over GP fears

The building of a controversial development in a village without a GP has been delayed due to fears for people's access to health care.

6

Teacher posted about cocaine habit on Snapchat

Teacher posted about cocaine habit on Snapchat

A teacher has been banned from the profession after admitting to posting on Snapchat about taking cocaine.

‘We sincerely apologise, the inconvenience is far worse than we expected’

‘We sincerely apologise, the inconvenience is far worse than we expected’

Council chiefs have apologised to thousands of residents affected by an ongoing waste fiasco after a new bins contractor took over the service.

9

Drink drive arrest after crash involving police car

Drink drive arrest after crash involving police car

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a police car crashed during a blue light response.

Church which could be turned into house to be sold at auction

Church which could be turned into house to be sold at auction

A place of worship that has planning permission to be converted into a house is set to be sold at auction for more than £300,000.

Part of A2 to close again for emergency gas works

Part of A2 to close again for emergency gas works

One of the main routes in and out of a town will be closed yet again by a gas company.

3

Boy, 15, charged after woman ‘pushed to ground and stamped on’

Boy, 15, charged after woman ‘pushed to ground and stamped on’

A teenage suspect has appeared in court after a woman was injured during a serious assault.

Four blocks of more than 70 flats to be built in town centre

Four blocks of more than 70 flats to be built in town centre

Residents fear parking battles ahead and being overlooked after plans to build four blocks of flats were given the nod.

4

No Tunnel vision for Kings

No Tunnel vision for Kings

Kent Kings were denied Tunnel Trophy glory after Thurrock Hammers won a close contest - and the bragging rights - at Iwade.

Sittingbourne boss hails progress after striker coup

Sittingbourne boss hails progress after striker coup

Sittingbourne’s upward momentum is making recruitment easier and the addition of a proven striker is a sign of how far they’ve come.

Man denies swindling investors after trading scheme losses of almost £2m

Man denies swindling investors after trading scheme losses of almost £2m

A man has denied swindling investors in a trading scheme which resulted in alleged losses of almost £2 million.

Decision time for controversial car park flats plan

Decision time for controversial car park flats plan

Councillors have been advised to approve plans for more than 50 town centre flats but neighbours fear they will overlook their homes.

5

Drug dealers ordered to pay back £170,000

Drug dealers ordered to pay back £170,000

The pair were found to have made more than £2 million through their role selling cocaine and ketamine to other dealers.

3

Gas company ‘testing patience’ of motorists with A2 works

Gas company ‘testing patience’ of motorists with A2 works

Motorists in a town plagued by road closures, temporary traffic lights and highway repairs are facing more delays due to gas works.

3
Close This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.Learn More