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Couple's holiday quake horror

A young couple caught up in a killer earthquake have told of the terrifying moment they thought their hotel was collapsing.

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* Elderly fire victim moved to 'flea pit'

* Developer still insists sprinkler not needed at fire-hit complex

* Kent coach praises new spin star

* Plus What's On and your best property guide


Chatham boss Paul Piggott Picture: Steve Crispe

Piggott admires Gills class

Chatham boss Paul Piggott admitted Gillingham were on a different level to his own team on Tuesday night.


Top jobs in Canterbury

New Appointments Group: Legal Secretary - Litigation

£17500 per annum: New Appointments Group: We are working with one of Kent's leading solicitors in their search for a Legal Secretary in their Litigation department. You will be responsible for assisting the solicitors in a variety of tasks including; liaising with clients and local courts, prepar Canterbury, Kent

Canterbury Cathedral Lodge.: Receptionist

Salary on application: Canterbury Cathedral Lodge.: Receptionist with previous hotel experience Canterbury, Kent

Local Recruiter: Personal Care Assistant

Night pay £10.50 per hour weekdays - £13.00 per hour Saturdays & Sundays: Local Recruiter: For 47 year old man with advanced MS Canterbury, Kent

UK Sports Cars: Mechanic

Salary on application: UK Sports Cars: Required for thriving classic and sports car business. Canterbury, Kent

My Kent Family

Beyonce's twins are named Sir and Rumi

Let's give Queen Bee a break

Charlie O'Brien blog: Back off folks, they're Beyonce's babies and she can do what she wants

Kent Wedding Day

An ivory Eligenza lace bridal dress by Savannah Miller. Available from debenhams.com

Say yes... to the high street dress

The top five fashion retailers for buying a wedding gown for summer 17


Walk to school and Buster's Book Club winners and supporters at Leeds Castle, Maidstone.

A royal welcome for winners of a double challenge

Youngsters stepping out for school or stepping up with their home reading have received a royal welcome at a prize giving ceremony.

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