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Edinburgh: The point was deserved

19 April 2016

Justin Edinburgh felt Tuesday night’s point at Rochdale was fully deserved.

Penalty blow for Gills boss

12 April 2016

Gills boss Justin Edinburgh admitted the penalty miss against Walsall changed everything.

Two arrested after pensioner bludgeoned to death

31 March 2016

Police are quizzing two men over the violent death of a popular bird breeder following an early morning raid in a tiny village.

Scally stance gives boss a boost

03 February 2016

Gillingham’s tough stance on deadline day has given Justin Edinburgh’s promotion bid a major boost.

Audio: Chilling moment killer husband reports wife missing

15 January 2016

A controlling husband who stabbed his wife to death and dumped her body in a field in a "brutal and callous" killing has been jailed for 15 years.

We'll drink to that!

10 September 2015

Find out which quaint drinking hole has been named the Kent Pub of the Year - and one of the best in the UK - by the beer and drinks industry.

Op Stack stood down

11 July 2015

Operation Stack is no longer in place - as the M20 is reopened ahead of a busy weekend for events.

'His heart was pure'

09 July 2015

The family of a young footballer who sadly died after collapsing during a pre-season match have paid an emotional tribute to him.

Operation Stack is over

03 July 2015

All lanes of the M20 are now open in both directions as police announce all phases of Operation Stack have been lifted.

Op Stack lifted

25 June 2015

Operation Stack has finally been lifted, after a backlog of freight traffic was cleared shortly after midnight.

"It's had more comebacks than Frank Sinatra"

20 May 2015

The owners of Manston airport have turned to a straight-talking ex-policeman and politician to change public opinion of their redevelopment plans.

Buying airport 'will not work'

12 May 2015

The owners of Manston airport say council plans to buy the site and reopen the runway will fail - and they are prepared to fight for "many years".

Homeless man jailed for murder of drinking buddy

22 April 2015

A Lithuanian man will spend a minimum of 18 years behind bars after he beat his friend to death during a drinking session.

Saunders: It hasn't sunk in yet

18 April 2015

Title-winning Maidstone boss Jay Saunders has admitted their success is still to sink in.

Roadworks lifted for Easter - but rail network in chaos

02 April 2015

Train travel over the Easter weekend will be seriously disrupted, but those travelling by road may fare better as roadworks are lifted.

Kent sees massive increase in dog attacks

01 April 2015

The number of people injured in dog attacks has risen by 357% since 2012 - but fewer people are being charged.

Woman chases bandits... on horse

01 April 2015

When a woman spotted armed raiders with a swag bag, she didn't think twice ... and chased them across fields on her horse.

Massive German bomb detonated in Kent

25 March 2015

The county was shaken by a big explosion as a huge bomb unearthed on a London building site was detonated in a Kent quarry today.

Interest rates' next move is up

25 March 2015

The Bank of England deputy governor has said the next move for interest rates is still likely to be a hike despite low inflation, as she visited Kent.

Harriet Yeo to replace expelled Ukip candidate

24 March 2015

Labour defector Harriet Yeo is to be the new Ukip candidate in Folkestone and Hythe, it's been revealed.

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