Two pieces of good news this week.
The first, that following a police enquiry, Cllr Roger Latchford has been found blameless and free of any stain on his considerable integrity, reinforcing, in the minds of many, the "dirty tricks" allegations against an those who made the complaints in the first place.
In fact, Cllr Latchford appears to have attracted considerable sympathy for his position as the unfortunate victim of a politically-motivated witch hunt and the consequences, in the local elections to come, may be the very opposite of that which the complainants hoped for. None of these have of course, ever read or passed-on an email of dubious humour, provenance or good-taste.
The full story should all be in the Thanet Gazette today but strangely enough, it's not!
The second piece of good news is that the Air Show is back. Not quite as big as before but with the Red Arrows, RAF Falcons, Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and more. So a sigh of relief for Thanet's tourism, as the airshow bought in 50,000 people last year and ironically, well done to Cllr Latchford, who has been instrumental, against all the odds, in finding the support required to make the air show happen in 2007.