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Street robbery by 'baby-faced' knifeman

Police were called to the scene. Stock image

11 December 2017

Police are searching for two men and a woman following reports of a violent knifepoint robbery.


Traffic delays clear after car hits tree

11 December 2017

A car and van have crashed into a tree, which partially blocked a busy road earlier.


Thousands of animals abused at Christmas

11 December 2017

Reports of animal cruelty in Kent tipped over 3,000, according to the latest figures from a nationwide charity.


Toilet bar promising glamour

An artist's impression of how the new Privy venue will look

11 December 2017

A bar, which has been fashioned from an old toilet block, is to be transformed into one of Kent's hottest new nightspots.


Off-duty firefighters save home

Paul Dennis and son Steven

11 December 2017

A dad has praised two men who sprang into action to help save a house from going up in flames.


Sweet singing in the choir: Christmas carol services in Kent

Carol services across the county this Christmas

10 December 2017

‘Tis the season to be jolly – so spread the joy at a carol service near you: here's where to find one across the county.

Making women feel comfortable in the work place

Bosses have been warned they are leaving themselves open to legal action if they do not put policies in place to support women going through the menopause

09 December 2017

Bosses in the county need to wake up to the impact of the menopause at work or face legal action, a leading lawyer on the condition has warned.

Lucky listener wins £1,000 prize

Thousand Pound Friday on kmfm

08 December 2017

Another listener has won the best type of early Christmas present after tuning in to kmfm and winning £1,000

Festive home wows Christmas fans

The bungalow is completely covered with Christmas lights

08 December 2017

A bungalow covered in Christmas lights has caused quite the festive stir.


Council chief weighs in on hospital debate

Kent County Council leader Paul Carter

08 December 2017

A council leader has added his voice to back calls for a new hospital in east Kent, and wants the health trust to find a "third option" for patients.


Poet Laureate visits Kent theatre

Poet Lemn Sissay

07 December 2017

A Kent Poet Laureate has been busy planning Christmas events and activities for one of the county's cities.

Fears grow for missing teenager

Missing Ben Nguyen

07 December 2017

Police are growing concerned for the welfare of a 17-year-old who hasn't been seen since Saturday.

PC hit by van after armed raid on cannabis house

Police at the scene in Edgar Road

07 December 2017

A gang of men dumped a handgun in a car park after raiding a house filled with cannabis.


Who's been in Kent's courts?

Criminals face justice in Kent's courts

07 December 2017

A drink-driver called Beer is among the latest to be sentenced at Kent's magistrates courts.


Mum desperate to find missing son

Warren Ullyett has been missing for five weeks

07 December 2017

A mother has spoken of a widespread appeal to find her son as the search for him enters a second month.

Hand almost severed by sword in doorstep row

Blood on the pavement following the alleged attack

07 December 2017

A roofer's right hand was left "hanging by a thread" by a Samurai sword brandished by his mother's boyfriend, a court heard.

Police investigating serious assault

A police car in Rheims Way, Canterbury

07 December 2017

Three suspects have been arrested following an alleged assault in the early hours in which a man suffered head and arm injuries.

Council leader condemns 'lethal' lorry parking

Lorries parked next to the A2 slip-road

07 December 2017

A council boss has branded lorry drivers 'hideously dangerous' for parking next to an A-road lay-by.


Parents and teachers to open new school

The Steiner School Garlinge Green, Chartham Picture: Gary Browne

07 December 2017

A brand new independent school is being set up following the closure of a Steiner school.


New skate park gets funding boost

A new skate park is planned in Aylesham

06 December 2017

More than £120,000 has been allocated to plans for a new skate park and artificial grass pitch.

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