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Kent to play Hampshire in final

Kent to play Hampshire in final

Hampshire joined Kent in the final after beating Yorkshire on Monday.

Firefighters called to field blaze

Firefighters called to field blaze

Three fire engines were called to the scene of a blaze in a field.

Kuhn was in tears after getting out

Kuhn was in tears after getting out

Heino Kuhn set a record after scoring his fourth century in five innings in Kent's win over Worcestershire in the One-Day Cup semi-final.

New boss at the Marlowe

New boss at the Marlowe

A former director of the Royal Shakespeare Company has been appointed the chief executive of The Marlowe Theatre.

The threat of bailiffs leads to travellers departure

The threat of bailiffs leads to travellers departure

A court eviction order was granted against a group of travellers who set up camp on a popular green.

Walker proud of his Kent team

Walker proud of his Kent team

Kent head coach Matt Walker was left emotional after their win in the One-Day Cup semi-final against Worcestershire

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Worcestershire Rapids v Kent Spitfires - in pictures

Worcestershire Rapids v Kent Spitfires - in pictures

Ady Kerry captured the drama as Kent reached a first Lord's final in 10 years.

Criticism rains down on £10k-a-year prep school

Criticism rains down on £10k-a-year prep school

Fed-up teachers have “lost confidence” in the poor leadership of a £10,000-a-year private school after it received a poor Ofsted inspection.

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Ex-cabbie's sex attack on young girl

Ex-cabbie's sex attack on young girl

A former taxi driver has been sent to prison after sexually assaulting a girl.

Kuhn's century sees Kent through to final

Kuhn's century sees Kent through to final

The Spitfires beat Worcestershire by two wickets at New Road in the semi-final on Sunday in a game that went down to the wire.

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Walker: 'We won't get carried away'

Walker: 'We won't get carried away'

Kent travel to Worcestershire on Sunday in the semi-final of the Royal London One-Day Cup.

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Ton-up for Tammy

Ton-up for Tammy

Kent's Tammy Beaumont hit a brilliant century to help England women to victory at Canterbury on Friday.

Travellers move onto popular meadow

Travellers move onto popular meadow

Council workers have visited a site where a caravans and other vehicles are believed to have been since yesterday.

Kent's 'Billy Elliot' wins place at top school

 Kent's 'Billy Elliot' wins place at top school

The teenager will attend the world famous Royal Ballet School in September.

Bus journey home takes longer than London commute

Bus journey home takes longer than London commute

Pupils are being forced to take a 90-minute journey to school - despite living just 15 minutes away.

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Anti-spiking kits handed out at uni nightclub

Anti-spiking kits handed out at uni nightclub

Detection strips are being given to students in a bid to prevent sexual assaults on campus.

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'One of the best performances I've ever seen'

'One of the best performances I've ever seen'

Matt Walker hailed Kent's hammering of the reigning champions of the Royal London One-Day Cup.

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Waitrose bids for cameras to catch over-stayers

Waitrose bids for cameras to catch over-stayers

Supermarket bosses say non-customers are free to use its car park - but warn new cameras will catch those abusing the privilege.

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Podmore delighted to contribute

Podmore delighted to contribute

Harry Podmore took a career best of 4-57 as Kent sealed a nine-wicket victory over Nottinghamshire.

No trace of car which killed student

No trace of car which killed student

A car which likely struck and killed a student has never been traced despite being captured on CCTV.

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