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Contaminated waste puts children at risk

Contaminated waste puts children at risk

Children playing with dead rats, used syringes and nappies as rubbish piles up in cul-de-sac

Neigh-bourhood watches out for escaped horses

Neigh-bourhood watches out for escaped horses

Police have cordoned off a residential street after chasing a pair of horses through a Kent town.

Lorry collision causes rail delays

Lorry collision causes rail delays

Trains were halted for 45 minutes after a lorry hit the bridge this afternoon.

Mum quits beach hut plans over fundraising abuse

Mum quits beach hut plans over fundraising abuse

Kay Puddington is focused on helping Seasalter nursery after receiving abusive comments during fundraising efforts.

Jobcentre protest takes place in Whitstable

Jobcentre protest takes place in Whitstable

Anti-cuts campaigners demonstrated today to claim it is unfair for jobseekers in Whitstable to travel to Herne Bay to receive benefits.

Westmeads parking plan set for decision

Westmeads parking plan set for decision

Scores of people attended a meeting at St Alphege school last night to discuss parking at Westmeads park before the executive meet tonight.

Sporting pair still bowling along at the age of 97

Sporting pair still bowling along at the age of 97

Two Kent bowlers show age is no problem as they continue to bowl after both suffering heart attacks.

Strange items found under Whitstable car park

Strange items found under Whitstable car park

Iron bars, metal jugs and a garden chair were all found during repair work to the town's biggest pay and display.

Buzz smashes 17 sixes

Buzz smashes 17 sixes

Whitstable batsman Buzz Gould revealed "everything clicked" for him when he hit 17 sixes in a career-best innings of 158.

Business leaders say sorry over car park closure

Business leaders say sorry over car park closure

Banners have been placed at the Gorrell Tank car park following a row between business bosses and the council over signage.

Lifeboat crews race to capsized dinghy

Lifeboat crews race to capsized dinghy

Two people were rescued off the Kent coast after bystanders see them frantically waving for help.

Building Reece's beach hut dream...

Building Reece's beach hut dream...

An 11-year-old's final wish before his death is a step closer to reality... as donations for a £30,000 beach hut have doubled.

Whitstable attraction isn't down to money

Whitstable attraction isn't down to money

Town boss insists the Oystermen's appeal is not about the money as experienced Ryman League players arrive.

Engineers start work at controversial car park

Engineers start work at controversial car park

Repairs are finally underway as businesses demand those in charge fall on their swords.

No bids for Orlando's bloomers in charity auction

No bids for Orlando's bloomers in charity auction

Fans of Hollywood hunk Orlando Bloom have failed to splash the cash just days before a pair of his trunks are auctioned off for charity.

Woman victim of brutal random attack on morning walk

Woman victim of brutal random attack on morning walk

A young woman has told how she was repeatedly punched in the face by a stranger in a vicious assault while on a morning walk.

Emergency crews called to car park

Emergency crews called to car park

Two ambulances and the air ambulance rushed to Whitstable this afternoon after a person was taken ill at their home.

Arrests after High Street brawl

Arrests after High Street brawl

Three were arrested after a town centre fight yesterday evening, which left a man in hospital with arm injuries.

Simpson advised to stay at Town

Simpson advised to stay at Town

Whitstable have warned defender Aaron Simpson that he risks “going backwards” if he turns them down and signs for Maidstone.

Council wants your views on rec plan

Council wants your views on rec plan

Bosses launched a three-week consultation yesterday to use Westmeads recreation ground as a temporary car park.

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