Joe Denly is sure to be a key figure if Kent end their wait for silverware this season, although if they do, he won’t be leading the celebrations.
Theatre bosses are delighted at news the National Theatre's most successful play will start its regional run in the county.
KM Group sports journalist Alex Hoad looks at the suggestion of wiping out existing World Records in the wake of the doping revelations in athletics.
Dozens of car and lorry tyres have been dumped in an idyllic village causing a hazard to motorists.
Flames flickered in the wreckage of Peter Langdown’s mangled car as the 19-year-old lay with a five-foot fence post sticking out of his chest.
A heroic pensioner killed as he saved a young friend who jumped onto railway tracks is to be posthumously awarded for his bravery.
A 'vulnerable' 62-year-old woman who went missing from her home has been found safe and well.
Fundraising for a spectacular event using celebrities' words beamed in Morse code has hit rocky ground.
Police were called after a transporter carrying eight cars hit a bridge.
Church leaders from all over the world are due to discuss homosexuality in Kent today, in a meeting which could split the Anglican church.
Theatre bosses are celebrating as more people than ever bought tickets to their annual slapstick gag fest.
A family were horrified to discover a treasured memorial plaque has been destroyed by vandals at a crematorium.
An elderly couple suffering illnesses due to toxic mould contaminating their decaying council house have been told by an expert to leave immediately.
A teenager alleged to have caused the death of his girlfriend by driving carelessly has appeared in court today.
Firefighters used specialist equipment to free a woman after a van and car crashed.
Drivers are warned to take extra care as downpours continue to fall over Canterbury and surrounding villages.
A motorcyclist whose leg was shattered in a crash says she is upset police did not even speak to her about how it happened.
A motorist says sections of the A2 are a hazard to drivers when wet as heavy rainfall batters the county.
Despite a spectacular season so far, skier Millie Knight says she needs continuity to boost her preparations for the next Winter Paralympics.
The Pilgrims Hospice has been chosen as our charity of the year for 2016.
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