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Accident on A2

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23 October 2013

Two injured in crash with traffic backed up for miles

Dealer jailed over £2m cannabis haul

Clive Brown has been jailed for six years

22 October 2013

A man with several drugs convictions has been locked up after he was caught with a haul of cannabis worth up to £2.3million.

Ex-soldier downloaded child abuse images 'after serving in Iraq'

More homes and businesses now have access to faster internet speeds

22 October 2013

A former soldier has been spared jail for downloading child sex abuse images after a judge heard his offending could be linked to action in war zones.

Taxi driver sprayed in face in 'nasty' attack

Morgan took passengers to Heathrow and Gatwick. Stock image

22 October 2013

A taxi driver threatened and then sprayed in the eye by passengers ran away in pain and then knocked on doors for help.

Man sought over £10k jewellery raid

Police want to speak to this man after a robbery at Blackwell in Gravesend

21 October 2013

Detectives investigating a £10,000 raid on a jeweller's have today released an image of a man they are seeking.

'Legal high killed my son'

Jimmy Guichard on life support

21 October 2013

A grieving mother whose son died in her arms has launched a campaign to ban shops from selling legal highs.

Tamera through to the next round of X Factor

Tamera Foster on The X Factor

21 October 2013

Tamera Foster was labelled a “superstar” by judges as she flew through to the next stage of the X Factor.

Robbers seized... after wearing the wrong trousers

CCTV of the robbery... with the distinctive pyjamas

18 October 2013

A gang of vicious robbers was banged to rights... after being caught out by these cartoon sheep pyjamas.

Ebbsfleet owners back Paramount Park

Dr Abdulla Al-Humaidi Picture: Andy Payton

18 October 2013

A company that rescued Ebbsfleet United from financial ruin has made a multi-million pound investment in a scheme to open a huge theme park in Kent.

Pay £13 million or stay in jail

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18 October 2013

A leader of an organised criminal gang jailed for 15 years has been ordered to pay back nearly £13 million from a £38 million VAT scam.

Man assaulted in early hours

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18 October 2013

Officers were called at 12.30am this morning to reports of an assault.

Tragedy of man who died after passing out in sauna

Cascades Leisure Centre in Gravesend

17 October 2013

A man was discovered dead with burns in a leisure centre sauna after passing out for up to 45 mins, an inquest heard.

Boy, 11, in hospital after bus collapse

Ambulance crew was at the scene. Stock picture.

17 October 2013

A schoolboy has been taken to hospital after collapsing with a suspected fit on a bus this morning.

'Gone off milk' to blame for one of Kent's largest ever fires

Huge fire in Canal Road, Gravesend. Picture: Phil Tobin

17 October 2013

An inferno that could be seen 40 miles away started because a cuppa was missing one key ingredient... says the man to blame.

Serious crash leaves teenager in hospital

Ambulance crew was at the scene. Stock picture.

17 October 2013

A teenage girl has been cut free from her car and taken to hospital with serious injuries after crashing into a wooden mast.

Thousands stolen in bank card phone scam

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17 October 2013

An elderly woman duped by fraudsters has spoken out about how she was conned into revealing her bank details over the phone.

‘My dad threw petrol bomb at prince’

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton

17 October 2013

Prince William had petrol bombs thrown at him during a visit to Gravesend, it has been claimed.

Mum organises run in aid of baby charity

Janet Murray

17 October 2013

A mum who loves to run has organised a charity race this weekend to raise money for her first marathon attempt.

Robbers target town centre jeweller's

Police tape outside Blackwell's jewellers in Gravesend

16 October 2013

Police are hunting two raiders after a robbery at a jeweller's shop this afternoon.

Number of families relying on food banks triples in just year

A food parcel being delivered by the Trussel Trust

16 October 2013

The number of people getting food packages across Kent has soared - with some giving back items that need heating because they cannot afford to cook.

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