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Lit candle sparks bathroom blaze

A fire which clogged a house full of smoke is thought to have been started by an unattended candle.

Sadness at death of African elephant

Keepers comforted Shibi in her last moments by feeding her bananas.


Week of diversions set to end

A main route is due to reopen this afternoon after more than a week of traffic disruption.

'So, I should say goodbye to the children then!'

A man snapped at a judge after being told he faced a possible jail sentence for beating up a taxi driver.

Kuhn proud to pass 10,000 first-class runs

Heino Kuhn passed the milestone during Kent's victory at Glamorgan

Kent Cricket Podcast episode 4

Reaction to Carlos Brathwaite, Glamorgan game and look ahead to Sussex

£600k street scene project ready to start

The scheme will spruce up the area and increase footfall, says the council.


Ex-Kent MP rapped by parliamentary watchdog

Officials have rebuked a former MP for failing to declare a job with a security firm.


Tragic busker's memory lives on in Mississippi

A pal is set to honour a tragic musician's legacy, by taking his songs on a blues pilgrimage to Mississippi.


Work to start on 'super' GP surgery with 15,000 patients

Health chiefs have confirmed a multi-million pounds 'super' surgery will open next year.


Search for missing teenager continues

Police have found one missing girl but are still searching for a second.


Walker praises professional Kent performance

Matt Walker praised Kent’s ‘clinical’ performance to win by six wickets at Glamorgan in the Specsavers County Championship.


Dialysis patients 'left waiting for six hours'

Seriously-ill patients say they are being let down by the poor timekeeping of a hospital transport service.


Kent make it back-to-back wins in County Championship

Kent recorded back-to-back away victories in Division 2 of the Specsavers County Championship with a six wicket win at Glamorgan.


He asked me 'mum, am I alive?'

A mother of a boy badly injured in a crash has called for more safety measures at a crossing.


Anti-Brexit activists to stage rally

Pulse of Europe activists are to make their voices heard on the streets today.


Pensioners left 'trapped' inside car park after barrier fail

Two pensioners were "exhausted" after being trapped inside a car park when the barriers refused to let them out.


Arrests at music festival

Two people have been accused of criminal damage at one of Kent's biggest events this weekend.

'Get the knife'

A burglary victim had a lucky escape when they managed to shut the door on a man who shouted to another to "get the knife".

Lydia Greenway looks ahead to 2018 season

Kent Women’s coach Lydia Greenway says the team has worked a lot on the culture at the club after a transitional year in 2017.

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