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Kent recognised for fantastic parks with Green Flag Awards

The Green Flag will continue to fly over Whitstable Castle

18 July 2017

Nature lovers in Kent are sure to be celebrating today after parks and gardens across the county have been recognised for their excellence.


Primark recalls flip-flops

Primark have issued a recall on these flip flops

18 July 2017

Primark has recalled thousands of flip-flops following concerns that they may contain dangerous levels of a cancer-causing chemical.


Motorbike and car crash on M20

The traffic cameras show long delays this morning

18 July 2017

Emergency crews are giving a motorcyclist medical attention at the scene of a crash on the M20.


Multi-vehicle crash caused A2 delays

Traffic is queuing on the A2 this evening. Stock picture: David Tannerhill

07 July 2017

There were long delays on a busy motorway this evening because of a crash involving several vehicles.


Stormy weather threatens to bring floods

A weather warning's been placed on Kent. File picture

06 July 2017

A weather warning remains in place for heavy rain across Kent.


'Worrying' decline in number of hedgehogs

Kent has seen a decline in the number of hedgehogs

06 July 2017

Conservationists are concerned about growing numbers of hedgehogs disappearing from our gardens.


Kent's petrol prices 'not fair'

UK motorists pay the highest prices for petrol and diesel in the world

05 July 2017

Retailers have been accused of 'blatant profiteering' despite prices at the pumps falling for the second month in a row.


Weather warning: heavy rain coming

The Met Office is warning of heavy downpours today

30 June 2017

The Met Office is warning of torrential localised downpours today.


Trains disruption after death on line

A Southeastern train. Stock image

28 June 2017

Commuters faced delays after all train lines were blocked following a death on the line at London.


Would you change your Brexit vote?

Life is set to get tougher for migrant workers after Brexit

23 June 2017

A year after Britain chose to leave the European Union, KMTV took to the streets to see if people had changed their minds.


Kent basks in temperatures of 32C

Thousands of people have flocked to the coast

18 June 2017

Traffic is heavy across a large part of the county as thousands of people head to the beach.


Kent set to sizzle in hottest weekend of the year

Kent is set for a scorcher this weekend.

17 June 2017

With temperatures forecast to reach 32°C, Britain is set to be hotter than Ibiza, Mallorca, Spain and the Greek Islands this weekend.


Kent's Queen's honours in full

Gloria Hunniford

16 June 2017

Leading figures in health, law, education and policing are among those to receive recognition for their services in the county.


Killer maintains innocence in TV documentary

Michael Stone

31 May 2017

Convicted killer Michael Stone has again protested his innocence over the Chillenden murders, this time on a TV programme re-examining the case.


Dozens fined for flouting mobile phone law

It's a criminal offence to use a mobile phone while driving

29 May 2017

Motorists spotted driving and using their mobile phones have been hit with heavy fines and points on their licences.


Delays clear after lorry overturns on M25

The scene this morning

26 May 2017

An overturned lorry on the M25 has been recovered and the motorway re-opened.

Minute's silence for Manchester victims

Just some of the victims of Monday night's atrocity

25 May 2017

The country observed a minute's silence today to pay respects to the victims of the Manchester bombing.

Hundreds of 999 calls 'inappropriate'

Hoax calls have gone down but are still in the hundreds

23 May 2017

Police can spend up to 90 minutes dealing with people suffering from mental health issues, but a pioneering project is helping cut lost time.

Mother moves up US 'kill list' after new terror plots revealed

Sally Jones had previously she wanted to return to the UK.

07 May 2017

A Medway woman who joined Isis and married one of their most notorious terrorists is now a high priority for US officials, a report says today.


Police relaunch appeal for witnesses to pub stabbing

The Talk of the Town on Leysdown Promenade, Sheppey

18 April 2017

Police have made a new appeal for witnesses to a horror attack at a busy pub which ended in at least one man being stabbed by a pool cue.

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