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Police drop hunt for 'sex attacker' after woman's claims

Police drop hunt for 'sex attacker' after woman's claims

14 April 2014

Detectives say they are no longer investigating a report a woman was sexually assaulted by a man in a daylight attack.

Death of veteran councillor

Death of veteran councillor

14 April 2014

Former mayor and veteran Medway Labour councillor, Joyce Esterson has died at the age of 83.

Spurned lover slashes ex in jealous row

Spurned lover slashes ex in jealous row

14 April 2014

A hammer-wielding lover has been jailed after warning his ex 'if you don't let me go I will start chopping your fingers."

Two thugs are jailed for blackmailing bookie

Two thugs are jailed for blackmailing bookie

14 April 2014

Here are the faces of two thugs who attacked a bookie and his wife in their own home because they said he owed them money.

Elderly man in hospital after 'hit and run'

Elderly man in hospital after 'hit and run'

12 April 2014

Police are trying to trace the driver of a silver car after an 85-year-old man was seriously injured in a collision in Rainham.

Lee Ryan charged with criminal damage

Lee Ryan charged with criminal damage

12 April 2014

Former Chatham Grammar School pupil and Blue singer Lee Ryan has been charged with criminal damage and failing to provide a specimen.

£10,000 reward to catch vandals

£10,000 reward to catch vandals

11 April 2014

Vandals damaged JCB machines to the value of £65,000 and now the company boss is offering a whopping reward to the person who helps convict them.

Garden bonfire horror as boy is engulfed in flames

Garden bonfire horror as boy is engulfed in flames

11 April 2014

A 14-year-old boy lies in hospital being treated for burns after a desperate attempt to put out a blaze engulfing a potentially explosive shed.

Asda confirmed for £650m development

Asda confirmed for £650m development

11 April 2014

Work is set to begin on a new superstore at a major regeneration project after a financial services company put up £39.6m for its construction.

Urgent hospital revamp starts with children's A&E

Urgent hospital revamp starts with children's A&E

11 April 2014

Medway hospital has applied for planning permission to create a paediatric emergency room as part of plans to revamp A&E after a damning report.

80% say NO to EU in MP poll

80% say NO to EU in MP poll

11 April 2014

MP Mark Reckless said he is happy with the response to his EU vote, despite less than 9% of ballots being returned.

New acquisition for haulage firm

New acquisition for haulage firm

11 April 2014

A fourth-generation family company has taken over a London-based hauliers as it continues its expansion plans.

Man attacks girlfriend... for buying wrong size jeans

Man attacks girlfriend... for buying wrong size jeans

10 April 2014

A thug left his girlfriend bleeding when he slashed at her with the jagged edge of a Special Brew can - after she bought him the wrong size jeans.

Murder trial defendant: 'It wasn't me in CCTV footage'

Murder trial defendant: 'It wasn't me in CCTV footage'

10 April 2014

One of the men accused of murdering a grandmother has denied he beckoned her into the shop where she was found dead.

Crime-fighting pizza

Crime-fighting pizza

10 April 2014

A takeaway boss believes pizza has helped reduce crime and told councillors he can further reduce rates if he is allowed to stay open later.

Sink hole still there after repairs delay

Sink hole still there after repairs delay

10 April 2014

A sink hole which appeared in a Gillingham road last month has still not been filled and repairs could take weeks.

Trial traces last moments of woman battered to death

Trial traces last moments of woman battered to death

09 April 2014

A doctor's receptionist has pieced together some of the last moments alive of a woman battered and left for dead in a shop's basement.

Police seek witnesses after arson attack on van

Police seek witnesses after arson attack on van

09 April 2014

Police are seeking witnesses after an arson attack on a van in Strood.

The architects of our own fortune

The architects of our own fortune

09 April 2014

The Ebbsfleet garden city is set to rake in millions for a FTSE100 developer with a wealth of sites across the county.

Kent MP "Maria Miller was right to resign"

Kent MP "Maria Miller was right to resign"

09 April 2014

A Kent MP says Maria Miller was right to quit her job because the focus on her expenses was becoming a distraction from important issues.

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