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Leg ‘stamped on’ in brutal group attack

Leg ‘stamped on’ in brutal group attack

A student had his leg broken after being victim of a "cowardly and unjustified" gang attack.

Mysterious death of ‘vibrant and talented’ student

Mysterious death of ‘vibrant and talented’ student

A flamboyant student died after being hit by a train - but an investigation continues into the circumstances of his death.

Kent saved by the rain

Kent saved by the rain

Spitfires match with Surrey abandoned because of rain after visitors smash 250 from 20 overs.

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Kuhn extends Kent contract

Kuhn extends Kent contract

The South African has had a superb start to his Kent career scoring nearly 1,300 across all formats.

Ice rink plans shelved... yet again

Ice rink plans shelved... yet again

After failing to deliver an ice rink last year, a council has announced there will be no skating again this Christmas.

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UPDATE: university gas leak fixed after evacuation

UPDATE: university gas leak fixed after evacuation

A gas leak that closed a road and caused a university building to be evacuated has now been mended.

Shock death of city cafe owner

Shock death of city cafe owner

Patrons of a city cafe have paid tribute to its owner online after his shock death.

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VIDEO: Man shot on housing estate

VIDEO: Man shot on housing estate

Police have cordoned off a street after a man was seriously injured following the sound of three gunshots.

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Momentum the key for Kent

Momentum the key for Kent

Canterbury Cricket Week begins on Friday with a visit from Surrey in the Vitality Blast.

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Skeletons unearthed in city centre

Skeletons unearthed in city centre

A macabre discovery of ancient bones has been found at a former hotel.

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Kent Cricket Podcast: Spitfires go top of T20 group

Kent Cricket Podcast: Spitfires go top of T20 group

Hear reaction from Sam Billings and Mitch Claydon in this week's podcast.

Billings in England ODI squad as cover

Billings in England ODI squad as cover

England face India in the one-day international series decider at Headingley on Tuesday.

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VIDEO: There's a new tiger in town

VIDEO: There's a new tiger in town

A Sumatran tiger weighing 125kg is the latest arrival at a Kent zoo.

Gidman to retire at end of season

Gidman to retire at end of season

Kent's all-rounder Will Gidman will retire from playing cricket and move into coaching.

Wave of new council homes amid £23m boost

Wave of new council homes amid £23m boost

A local authority is to convert student blocks into council homes in a bid to cut its long waiting list.

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Museum suffers dramatic drop in visitors

Museum suffers dramatic drop in visitors

Visitor numbers at a city museum have fallen by more than 30,000 in just one year - sparking concerns that its set-up is a "mistake".

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Firefighters using all-terrain vehicle to tackle cornfield fire

Firefighters using all-terrain vehicle to tackle cornfield fire

Dozens of firefighters, five fire engines and an off-road vehicle rushed to a blazing field.

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Billings thrilled with career-best T20 innings

Billings thrilled with career-best T20 innings

Kent skipper Sam Billings hit 95 not out in their three-run victory over Hampshire on Friday.

Double yellow lines pose 'enormous' threat for schoolchildren

Double yellow lines pose 'enormous' threat for schoolchildren

Concerned parents and a head teacher fear double yellow lines painted outside a primary school are a great danger to young pupils.

'Illegal' travellers face jail

'Illegal' travellers face jail

Travellers who pitch up at some illegal Kent camps could be slapped with a two-year jail sentence.

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