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02 May 2011

I wasn’t going to add anything to the site with regards to the elections on Thursday, but as a few people have enquired as to my personal views on the matter, I've changed my mind. Now you must understand that I’m entirely biased as I signed Monique’s nomination form and helped get her elected in the first place, but if you’re still reading I shall continue.
29 Apr 2011

It is believed he was one of two men loading the container from Bl Skip Hire, in Stockbury, on to the back of a lorry when his hand became trapped between the skip and the hydraulic lifting mechanism.
27 Apr 2011

1st Murston and Bapchild Scout Group get ready for a St George's Day hike in aid of Help for Heroes. A Cancelled St George's Day parade has not deterred determined Scouts who will hike 20 miles while raising cash for charity
01 Apr 2011

The Kent branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England came up with five key elements after it was unable to support any of the four options being put forward by Swale Borough Council as part of its Pick Your Own consultation.
18 Mar 2011

Members of the Swale Joint Transportation Board recommended no further progress on the missing link until Kent County Council (KCC) comes forward with an alternative proposal to move traffic to the M2.
18 Mar 2011

At the very same time as Cllr Andrew Bowles was arguing at the Joint Transportation Board meeting that the Northern Relief Road should only be completed if the road is continued to the M2, Kent County Council was telling us that this was not the solution.
16 Mar 2011

PROPOSALS for the final stage of Sittingbourne's Northern Relief Road have been rejected by a council committee until plans for a southern link to the motorway are put forward.
08 Mar 2011

The leader of Swale Borough Council, Andrew Bowles believes that the 5,000 houses identified in the Council’s Core Strategy to fund the A2/M2 link road necessary for the expansion of the Kent Science Park are necessary to fulfil social housing needs.
04 Mar 2011

A PROTEST march against what campaigners describe as "monstrous expansion plans for the town" attracted more than 100 people.
02 Mar 2011

SHOPPERS and retailers cheered and waved as protesters from the Five Parish Opposition Group (FPOG) marched along Sittingbourne High Street on Saturday.
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