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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.

Call for action to freeze out ice cream rogues

Call for action to freeze out ice cream rogues

An ice cream war is being whipped up as "aggressive sellers" tout for business on a popular seafront.

Investigation after dog is kicked to death on beach

Investigation after dog is kicked to death on beach

A six-year-old greyhound was kicked to death as its owner took it for a walk.

Golding signs for Whitstable

Golding signs for Whitstable

Whitstable Town joint-boss Jim Ward has landed his second striker in as many weeks by signing Ryan Golding from former club Sittingbourne.

Singer's shock at anger after song gift

Singer's shock at anger after song gift

A former pop star has been dubbed 'arrogant' and 'patronising' after uploading a song to YouTube in tribute to a seaside town.

Dad asks for tattoo for girl, six, after 'kids' parlour' opens

Dad asks for tattoo for girl, six, after 'kids' parlour' opens

Britain's 'first tattoo parlour for kids' has caused a storm of controversy... with one father asking for his six-year-old to be inked!

Hundreds say final farewell to brave cancer victim Reece

Hundreds say final farewell to brave cancer victim Reece

An inspirational 11-year-old who won hearts and minds across the world with his brave cancer battle has been laid to rest today.

MP calls on council to help struggling traders

MP calls on council to help struggling traders

The MP was asked to help traders at a Q&A roadshow in Whitstable.

Pulman returns to Town

Pulman returns to Town

Striker Ian Pulman is back at Whitstable Town for a fourth time and joint-boss Jim Ward is delighted.

Funeral set for brave Reece

Funeral set for brave Reece

A funeral procession will pass through a town's streets to honour a brave youngster who lost his six-year battle with cancer.

Elderly woman suffers serious head injuries

Elderly woman suffers serious head injuries

A woman in her 80s is believed to have hit her head on a garage door, leaving her with serious injuries.

Ward: Town job was too good to refuse

Ward: Town job was too good to refuse

Jim Ward insists that he and brother Danny can't wait to get back to work as the new joint managers of Whitstable Town.

Brave Reece posts 'final chapter'

Brave Reece posts 'final chapter'

Reece Puddington has won hearts and minds across the globe throughout his courageous six-year battle with cancer.

'Runaway' car's dramatic balancing act

'Runaway' car's dramatic balancing act

A driver screamed out to bystanders to get out of the way before this car rolled down a hill and was left teetering on beach groynes.

Caravan park blaze

Caravan park blaze

Three fire engines, police and an ambulance are dealing with the fire at Applegarth Park in Seasalter.

Single released to honour tragic Kayleigh

Single released to honour tragic Kayleigh

A single called Live Your Life is being released today... as a touching tribute to cancer sufferer Kayleigh Duff.

Man treated for burn injuries in cooking fire

Man treated for burn injuries in cooking fire

A man in his 50s was taken to hospital last night to be treated for burns after his shirt caught fire while cooking at his home.

Eton wants to build 300-home estate in Kent

Eton wants to build 300-home estate in Kent

Top private school Eton College is behind plans to build a huge development in the county, with 300 homes, a hotel and restaurant.

CCTV images released of robbery suspect

CCTV images released of robbery suspect

Police hope CCTV pictures could help track down a hard hat-wearing raider who snatched a cash box from a security guard.

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