Serious crash on major route sparks large emergency response
A serious crash has sparked a large emergency response and gridlock on a busy dual-carriageway.
9,000 properties left without water
A company is bringing bottles to homes after 9,000 properties have been affected by water supply chaos.
Fears after man goes missing for two weeks
Fears are growing over the welfare of a man who has been missing for two weeks.
Water supplies coming back after thousands of homes left without
Water provision is returning to normal this morning after thousands of properties were affected by supply problems.
Power cut following fire at substation
Firefighters were called to a substation following a small blaze, which was caused accidentally due to a fault.
Woman, 70s, treated in hospital after e-scooter crash
A woman in her 70s was treated in hospital after a crash with an e-scooter.
MPs hit back at 'misleading electorate' claims in airport battle
Two MPs hit back at claims of “misleading the electorate” over controversial airport reopening plans – but campaigners say questions need answering.
Council shuts path as 'massive chunks' of chalk fall from cliff
A coastal path has been closed off after being deemed “dangerous” due to ivy pulling “massive chunks” of vegetation and chalk down a cliff
Homes left without water due to ‘technical issues’
A water company has apologised and set up water bottle stations for customers experiencing a loss of supply or low pressure due to technical issues.
Much-loved restaurant to shut after 50 years
A family-owned restaurant known for hosting celebrities by the sea is to shut after more than 50 years.
Missing man safely located
Police say a missing man has been found safe and well, and thanked for the public for their help with his appeal.
Station previously dubbed ‘mugger’s paradise’ to be staffed seven days a week
Staff will take to the platforms of a £44m train station – previously labelled a “mugger paradise” – at weekends for the first time.
Staffing measures at £44m train station ‘too little too late’
Increased staffing measures at a new train station – previously dubbed a “mugger paradise” – have been branded as ‘too little too late’.
Arrest after graveyard noxious substance attack
A 22-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of assault after a man was attacked with a noxious substance, leaving him in hospital with burns.
'Number of parties' interested in running closed concert venue
Several parties interested in reviving a historic music venue are set to be considered by a council.
Town market to return after more than three years
A town’s market is set to return after more than three years as an opening date is announced.
Alcohol taken from children in crackdown on teen yobs
Two children were arrested and alcohol was seized from others as police clamped down on anti-social behaviour.
Wanderers concede game to Cranbrook despite playing with passion
By Carmen Glover CRANBROOK 28 THANET 15 The weather conditions for this match were not conducive to good running rugby [...]...
Thanet councillors agree motion calling for humanitarian ceasefire in Israeli-Palestinian conflict
A motion calling for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict was passed at Thanet council last week [...]...
Drugs seized and man arrested after car search in Broadstairs
Police officers have seized suspected class A and class B drugs and arrested a man after a car was chased [...]...