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Driver caught doing 107mph on motorway

Police have reported a motorist who was spotted driving at high speed on a major road.


Plea to fix 'dreadful' apprentice success rate

Huge numbers of young people are not finishing apprenticeships in Kent as the government chases “sexy” targets for those starting courses.


Schools 'not raising awareness' of apprenticeships

Teachers and parents remain a barrier to young people who may be interested in applying for an apprenticeship, according to training providers.

Police hunt for park attackers

Police have appealed for information after a man was hit from behind by two men while he walked through a park


Garden town being 'railroaded against community'

Plans for a 12,000 home garden town is being railroaded through against community wishes and will not serve local needs, Lib Dems say.


'Severe cockroach infestation' sees business fined

A town centre food store found riddled with alive and dead cockroaches has been landed with a hefty fine by the council.


High winds close police station entrance

'Dangerous' scaffolding dislodged by Storm Doris winds has closed the main access to a police station this morning.

Urgent Care Centre to close

Hospital staff warn decision will lead to longer A&E waiting times in other parts of Kent.


Fallen tree blocks main road

A road in Godmersham is partially blocked by a fallen tree this morning.

Shoppers' lucky escape from falling metal

Shoppers had a lucky escape this afternoon after a heavy metal panel fell to the ground


Fall tree blocks road

A road in Challock has been partially blocked by a fallen tree.

Woman freed from car near shopping centre

A woman in her 20s was freed from her car following a collision near a popular shopping spot.

Prison staff 'failed to protect' suicidal inmate

A man found hanging in his cell had suffered panic attacks after receiving death threats from a rival traveller family in the same jail.


Appeal after break-in at village pub

Police have appealed for witnesses after thieves stole alcohol and cash from charity boxes during a break-in at a rural pub

'I'm bored, who can I get rid of next?'

A nurse has been struck off for misconduct after falsifying records in order to get elderly patients discharged from hospital beds faster.


Ice cream firm's Morrisons deal

A hand-made ice cream maker has signed a deal to stock its products in one of the UK's largest supermarkets.

Rail strike to affect commuters

At least 11 trains will not be running during peak hours as staff take the latest round of industrial action.

'Please let me have them back'

A veteran who was captured during the Second World War has pleaded with burglars to return his stolen medals

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