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Help find home for commemoration of papermill workers

Help find home for commemoration of papermill workers

A plaque that was rescued from a closed-down pub needs a new place to hang.

Traffic fears over homes plans

Traffic fears over homes plans

Councillors have raised concerns major roads could not cope with an influx of cars from proposals to build more than 340 homes.

Charity freed me from abuse ordeal

Charity freed me from abuse ordeal

Domestic violence charity Sateda is expanding its counselling service. Here, Emma Smith, who was counselled, shares her story.

Regeneration doubts prompt restaurant move

Regeneration doubts prompt restaurant move

A Portuguese restaurant is leaving its premises over fears it will be pushed out to make way for a town-centre regeneration scheme.

Woodstock Sports to fold

Woodstock Sports to fold

Woodstock Sports Football Club have announced they are folding at the end of the season.

Carnival courts deny 'outdated and sexist' claims

Carnival courts deny 'outdated and sexist' claims

Another two carnival courts have responded to Twitter claims that the traditional fair is sexist.

Speedway stars of the future in action

Speedway stars of the future in action

Twelve of the UK's most promising speedway riders will be competing at Central Park Stadium for the inaugural Futurama meeting.

Kings lose opener

Kings lose opener

Kent Kings were narrowly defeated 48-41 by Mildenhall Fen Tigers on Sunday in their first National League match of the season.

Shakey's podium double

Shakey's podium double

Shane Byrne finished runner-up to James Ellison in both British Superbike races at Brands Hatch on Sunday.

Daughter joins 4,000-mile rally in memory of mum

Daughter joins 4,000-mile rally in memory of mum

A woman is back from a journey that took her through five miles in a £250 car.

Taking the plunge for cancer charity

Taking the plunge for cancer charity

Amanda Hurrell will complete a distance swim to raise money for a worthy cause.

OAP's lucky escape after pub smash

OAP's lucky escape after pub smash

A publican says his mum owes her life to being partially deaf after a car ploughed through the front of his business.

Fun day a roaring success

Fun day a roaring success

Dozens of children took part in a variety of activities held at Sittingbourne Library during the school holidays.

Librarian's milestone challenge still on track

Librarian's milestone challenge still on track

Three years after setting herself 60 things to do at 60 Lesley Evans' list of firsts continues to grow.

Driver due in court after crash left teen with broken pelvis

Driver due in court after crash left teen with broken pelvis

A 29-year-old man is due in court next month charged with several driving offences after a 16-year-old was left with serious injuries in a crash.

Post office to reopen after ram raid bid

Post office to reopen after ram raid bid

A village business forced to close after it was trashed by thieves, has defied the ramraiders and is set to reopen.

Arson-hit building set to rise from the ashes

Arson-hit building set to rise from the ashes

A museum which was burned to the ground almost seven years ago has found a new home.

Kent's best pub gardens

Kent's best pub gardens

Fancy catching a few rays - and a cheeky pint - at one of Kent's finest with gardens? Here's our round-up of some of the best.

Byrne not firing on all cylinders

Byrne not firing on all cylinders

British Superbike champion Shane Byrne admits he is nowhere near his best going into his home meeting at Brands Hatch.

More bridge closures announced

More bridge closures announced

Motorists can expect more delays when the Sheppey Crossing is closed later this month.

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