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Drink drive charge follows a two-car crash in Tonbridge

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04 May 2014

A man's been charged following a crash with a police car in Tonbridge.

Suicide man sent away by health staff five times

Peter Franklin, who died after falling from a bridge onto the M20

03 May 2014

The family of a man who jumped to his death from a bridge over the M20 say he wanted to live.


Shopping centre calls for models

The Mall Chequers shopping centre in Maidstone

02 May 2014

Aspiring models are wanted for an upcoming show in The Mall Chequers.


Dad of pair killed in M26 horror crash dies in hospital

Rescuers working through the wreckage on the M26. Picture: ITV News

01 May 2014

The father of two young women killed in a horrific pile-up on the M26 has died in hospital.

A21 to become dual carriageway

There are delays in the area. Stock picture.

01 May 2014

Work to transform a busy stretch of the A21 into a dual carriageway is to begin after being given the go-ahead today.


Morris dancers visit primary school

Hartley Morris men visiting St George's School

01 May 2014

Pupils at St George's School in Wrotham had a special visit from the Hartley Morris Men.

Two crashes on Blue Bell Hill during rush hour

30 April 2014

A motorbike, car and lorry have been involved in crashes on Blue Bell Hill, causing traffic chaos.


M25 hard shoulder becomes lane to ease congestion

The motorist was clocked doing 149mph on the M25

30 April 2014

A section of the M25 used by 140,000 motorists every day has become a 'smart' motorway - with the hard shoulder used as an extra lane.


Appeal after dog dumped in rural lane

Peaches the lurcher

30 April 2014

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a shivering, undernourished lurcher was found dumped down a rural lane.

'Six degrees of separation' inspires friends for Pink Ribbonwalk

The first Pink Ribbonwalk held in Kent, at Leeds Castle

30 April 2014

Coffee morning for a friend diagnosed with breast cancer prompted a Maidstone woman into signing up for the Pink Ribbonwalk

Police seek burglar after 80 birds snatched

29 April 2014

Bird keepers are being warned after six reported thefts of valuable budgerigars, canaries and finches.


Hospice chief executive won't return after bike accident

29 April 2014

Heart of Kent Hospice managers have said Kate Bosley, who suffered serious injuries last year, will not be coming back.

Pervert fireman hid spy camera in pack of Rennies

Firefighter Neil Capeling admitted voyeurism

28 April 2014

A firefighter tore a hole in a pack of Rennie indigestion tablets before squeezing a mobile phone inside so he could film a woman in the shower.

Kent attacked for 'not having proud identity'

A visit to Strood was described as "like spending an eternity having red-hot knitting needles jammed underneath your fingernails"

28 April 2014

A column criticising Kent's lack of identity has likened a visit to a town to "an eternity having red-hot knitting needles" jammed under your nails.


Parades and pageantry to celebrate St George's Day

28 April 2014

With a clash of sticks and the jingling of bells, St George’s Day celebrations arrived in Maidstone, Malling and the Weald this weekend.


Drug dealer sentenced to more than three years

Valentino Aghssa

28 April 2014

Valentino Aghssa, formerly of Paddock Wood, has been jailed for possessing drugs with intent to supply at the Source Bar.

Man quizzed over pal's 'drug death' dies

Devon Dobson raided a service station in Wateringbury

27 April 2014

A man questioned but released by police after his friend was found dead at his flat has died from cancer.


Car flips over on country road

The scene at Vigo Hill. Credit: Kent Police

26 April 2014

This dramatic image shows the aftermath when a car rolled over on a West Malling road on Saturday afternoon.


First World War medals stolen

A Victory medal, like the one stolen in Mereworth

25 April 2014

Burglars have stolen two medals belonging to a First World War veteran.


Bungling newsagent burglars foiled by "own stupidity"

CCTV of the raid from West Malling High Street

24 April 2014

A dramatic video shows the moment ill-fated burglars leave a trail of clues after breaking into a newsagent's.

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