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Family frolics this February half term in Kent

03 February 2018

It may be February, but the fun starts starts here with the first school break of the year: here's what's on this half term across Kent.

Ann's top 10 CBB moments

02 February 2018

With the Celebrity Big Brother final tonight we look at former Kent MP Ann Widdecombe's best bits, including THAT moment with the straighteners.

18-inch machete found in drug dealer's car

02 February 2018

Officers found an 18-inch machete, cash and packets of heroin and cocaine when they pulled over a suspected drug dealer on the M20.

Fit out firm’s turnover is up by almost £10m

02 February 2018

A decorating contractor which worked on the Shard and the Olympic Stadium increased annual turnover by nearly £10m as it focused on blue chip clients.

Hundreds voice concern over high speed threat

01 February 2018

Plans to scrap high speed train services to the capital will force people out of a major Kent town, commuters have warned.

Villages on flood alert

01 February 2018

A high tide just after 1pm this afternoon could cause minor flooding on the roads, weather chiefs say.

'Murder accused had personality disorder'

01 February 2018

Two psychiatrists gave differing views in court about the mental state of a man accused of murdering his ex girlfriend.

Murder accused 'felt low' before stabbing ex

31 January 2018

A mental health nurse who interviewed a murder suspect after he stabbed his ex to death said he showed no signs of mania or severe depression.

Clean Bandit announced for Neverworld festival

31 January 2018

Chart toppers Clean Bandit are set to headline a massive music festival being held in Kent this summer.

See those first signs of spring: snowdrops

31 January 2018

They’re back – those tentative signs of spring, snowdrops, are starting to spring up: here's where to see them this month across Kent.

Man charged with exposing himself at Tesco

30 January 2018

A man has appeared in court after allegedly flashing a Tesco worker at the checkout - before returning days later and exposing himself again.

Trial of semi-automated lorries could come to Kent

29 January 2018

Trials involving convoys of semi-automated lorries controlled by a lead vehicle could take place along stretches of a Kent motorway.

Two released after theft in Wateringbury

29 January 2018

Police have released two men under investigation after a theft in Wateringbury last week.

Dancing on Ice salary 'not enough' says Cheryl Baker

29 January 2018

Cheryl Baker has slammed Dancing on Ice's pay packet, which is thought to rise to up to six-figures.

Regulator to investigate food deal

29 January 2018

The competition regulator is investigating a takeover of wholesaler Kent Frozen Foods.

Tactical stop leads to theft arrests

27 January 2018

Road police pulled a tactical stop in Wrotham before making theft-related arrests on Friday

Sex offender jailed after indecent images found on laptop

26 January 2018

A convicted sex offender who claimed he had bought a laptop full of indecent images while on a skiing holiday in France has been sentenced.


'He's killing her!'

26 January 2018

A brave witness has told a murder trial how he slammed a car door on Joshua Stimpson's leg in a bid to stop him stabbing Molly McLaren to death.

'I feel like I'm looking over my shoulder all the time'

25 January 2018

Messages between Molly McLaren and her friends, sent minutes before she was stabbed to death by her ex-boyfriend, have been read to a murder jury.

MP demands talks over high-speed rail services

25 January 2018

A Kent MP has requested a meeting with the rail minister over fears that popular train services to the capital could be lost.

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