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Man glassed in gang attack

A man needed hospital treatment for a head injury after being attacked by a gang with a 'glass object'.


Uni student jailed for pretending to be Al Capone

A student who aimed a 'gun' at a stranger while posing as an American mobster has been locked up.


Poppies to cascade down historic landmarks

The centenary of the end of the First World War will be marked with spectacular poppy tributes on landmarks.

'Dangerous driver' arrested after police chase

A man has been arrested on suspicion of driving dangerously after taking drugs following a police chase which ended when officers used a stinger.

Firefighters cut through door to tackle blaze

A busy main road was closed while fire crews cut through the doors of a derelict building after smoke was seen coming from inside.

kmfm gives away £1,000 cash prize

A Kent woman is looking forward to a "nice meal" after winning a grand in cash that was delivered to her door.

Tributes paid to homeless mum who collapsed in high street

Flowers and candles have been left near the spot where Shelley Pollard used to sit.


Tenants face boot from council flats

A council is set to sell off run-down flats which have not been upgraded since the 1960s amid fears tenants’ health is being put at risk.


Man arrested for department store break-in

A 22-year-old is in custody after he allegedly broke into a department store through a skylight in the early hours.

Donald having positive impact

Kent head coach Matt Walker says Allan Donald is already having a positive effect on his squad.

Alleged multi-million pound fraudster in court

A man accused of a multi-million pound fraud has appeared in court by TV link.

Rare woolly pigs spotted in Kent woods

These sheep-like creatures have been glimpsed on multiple occasions in Kent countryside this week.


Woman dies after collapsing in high street

A woman has died after police, fire and ambulance crews were called to a medical incident in a busy high street.

Shock as bus lane work axed

Fears over traffic chaos have forced council bosses to scrap a controversial bus lane extension scheme.

Protest as animal testing quadruples at Kent university

Activists are calling for a university to ban animal testing after the latest figures show a huge rise in experiments involving mice.


Police taped off High Street

Emergency services rushed to the scene of a medical incident after reports a woman collapsed.


Michael Morpurgo knighted

The author of War Horse, who used to teach at a school in Kent, has been knighted.


Teen delivery driver sprayed in face during gang attack

A teenage Deliveroo driver was sprayed in the face during a gang attack in a busy high street.

Arrest after stolen artefacts recovered

A man is being questioned over the theft of thousands of archaeological finds

Get up close and personal - with wolves

A Kent wildlife park has created a new woodland wolf enclosure which visitors can view from above.

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