Instep Dance company in Hythe has been awarded the U.Dance Excellent Performance Summer 2015 Award for their piece ‘Edge’ at the Instep Summer Season in July.
Keepers at Howletts Wild Animal Park at Canterbury are celebrating the arrival of Coco, an African bull elephant, from Cabarceno National Park in Spain.
Constituency matters... a weekly column by the Member of Parliament for Folkestone and Hythe, Damian Collins 7 October 2015
A 21-year old man from Margate was arrested on suspicion of failing to stop and dangerous driving following an incident on Sunday (4 October).
By Ray Duff
Around 200 people joined family, friends and neighbours at the funeral service, on 5 October at Barham, for one of Folkestone's most respected and beloved citizen's Nick 'The Archbishop' Spurrier, who sadly died after a short illness on 16 September aged 69.
Three people have been arrested for drug offences after a warrant was carried out at a flat in Canterbury yesterday morning, Monday 5 October.
The public body which looks after England's historic environment has recognised a major Port of Dover restoration project.
P&O Ferries is on course for record results next year, despite the disruption caused by workers angry at the sale of rival MyFerryLink and the migrant issue in Calais over the summer months.
This season’s lunchtime concerts continue at the University of Kent in Canterbury on Wednesday 4 November with a performance by the music department’s resident ensemble.
Kent Wildlife Trust’s Community Garden at Romney Marsh Visitor Centre has won a Heritage Lottery Fund “Young Roots” grant.
Help is available for young people who have to stay on in education and training until they are 18 and not yet made up their minds, or have started a course and know it’s not for them.
Hawkinge Town 0-2 APM Contrast Reserves
NRG Kent County League Division One East
Saturday 3rd October 2015
Report by Grant Wilbur
Photographs by Ben Wyatt
Young people and those looking to re-train for the jobs of the future can access a new website developed by Dover District Council and East Kent College.
Two of the finest players of baroque music kick off a new season of lunchtime concerts in the Colyer-Fergusson Hall of the University of Kent in Canterbury, sponsored once more by Furley Page Solicitors.
Keeping a close check on outstanding debts so that they do not spiral out of control is crucial if you want to run a successful business.
The first residents to move into the new Scholars’ Village development in Folkestone have celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary.
By Dana Wiffen
Recently when reading one of my railway membership magazines I was shocked to read a short obituary on a childhood hero, Ian Allan.
The Met Office is forecasting that the 'Indian Summer' will be replaced in Kent by windy and wet weather from Monday.
Young people in the NHS South Kent Coast area have been learning about careers in health and social care in a four-week summer programme
A man who stole a cycle from a shopping centre in Ashford has been given a suspended jail sentence.
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