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Pictures: Sea forts could become billionaires’ playground

Pictures: Sea forts could become billionaires’ playground

Revealed... how sea forts could be transformed into a billionaires' playground to rival Richard Branson's Necker Island.

Knock-off hoverboard warning after toy bursts into flames

Knock-off hoverboard warning after toy bursts into flames

Kent Trading Standards has told parents to beware of buying cheap hoverboards after it seized one from a dodgy batch in the wake of a serious fire.

New LGBT night with its own cocktail

New LGBT night with its own cocktail

An event aimed at a city's gay and lesbian community promises a relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere.

Serious motorbike crash near station

Serious motorbike crash near station

A motorcyclist has been seriously injured in a collision with a car this evening.

Man shouts 'Allahu Akbar' as he stabs teenager

Man shouts 'Allahu Akbar' as he stabs teenager

A man yelled 'God is great' in Arabic after plunging a knife into the back of a teenager in front of horrified families.

Driver rescued from ditch

Driver rescued from ditch

Firefighters helped a man to safety after his car slid into a ditch.

Archbishop: 'Paris attacks made me doubt God'

Archbishop: 'Paris attacks made me doubt God'

The Archbishop of Canterbury has told of his horror at the atrocities in France, where he had lived for five years.

Delays clear after van crash

Delays clear after van crash

A busy road has re-opened in both directions after two vans collided.

Plea to help dog rescued from Thai meat trade

Plea to help dog rescued from Thai meat trade

A woman who rescued a dog from being sold for meat in Thailand is appealing for help to raise £10,000 for his veterinary treatment.

Human skeletons discovered under Peugeot garage

Human skeletons discovered under Peugeot garage

Builders demolishing a derelict garage have unearthed a number of human skeletons, including those of children.

What's that in my sleeve... aaaah!

What's that in my sleeve... aaaah!

They’re big, black, they have green fangs, and there may just be one hiding up your sleeve...

Nurse struck off for groping colleague

Nurse struck off for groping colleague

A male mental health nurse who denied fondling a female co-worker and claimed she "wore skimpy clothes" has been struck off after being convicted.

Bobby on course for more Euro success

Bobby on course for more Euro success

As her stellar 2015 draws to a close, Bobby Clay has more European glory in her sights after entering an exciting new chapter in her career.

Trust remains in special measures, despite improvements

Trust remains in special measures, despite improvements

Despite improvements, a hospital trust remains in special measures following a week-long inspection.

A Hoad off My Mind: RIP Jonah

A Hoad off My Mind: RIP Jonah

KM Group sports journalist Alex Hoad reveals how the influence of the late Jonah Lomu stretched beyond his homeland and even his sport.

Mum sheds half body weight... then told to put some back on

Mum sheds half body weight... then told to put some back on

A mum of five who lost half her body weight has been told to put a stone back on... because she's too skinny!

Teen's eye socket fractured in vicious attack

Teen's eye socket fractured in vicious attack

A 17-year-old was knocked unconscious when he was hit from behind as he walked through a city centre underpass.

Cricketer's shock over Paris massacre

Cricketer's shock over Paris massacre

A leading Kent cricketer who was close to the scene of the Paris concert hall massacre has spoken of his shock.

Kent pays tribute as first Paris victims named

Kent pays tribute as first Paris victims named

Kent is paying tribute to the dozens of people killed in the Paris massacre.

E-fit released of sex assault suspect

E-fit released of sex assault suspect

Police investigating a sex assault in a city centre have released an e-fit of the suspect.

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