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Stag party reveller found unconscious on train

Eurotunnel train

05 June 2013

Channel Tunnel passengers were shocked to find a man -unconscious and half-naked on a train.

Three Phantoms haunt Dartford

Three Phantoms at the Orchard Theatre in Dartford

05 June 2013

People celebrated the music of the night with a medley of famous West End and Broadway hits from Phantom of the Opera stars.

Baby transport tips for mums

04 June 2013

Mums were taught how to transport their baby without the aid of wheels.

Celebrating Britten's best at lighthouse

Cellist Matthew Barley who is performing at the South Foreland Lighthouse on Sunday

03 June 2013

Cellist Matthew Barley is exchanging the usual concert stage for the dramatic backdrop at the South Foreland Lighthouse on Sunday.

Bev's sparkler after losing nine stones

Bev Wright, who lost nine stone in weight, with an old skirt

31 May 2013

The husband of a super-slimmer has bought her a ring studded with nine diamonds... one for every stone she has lost!

Bomb uncovered

30 May 2013

People have been evacuated and a library closed after a suspected bomb was found on a building site this morning.

Steam railway all fired up over Russian coal

The Kent and East Sussex Railway

29 May 2013

A railway has been forced to travel further afield to source its supplies of coal... from Russia, with love.

Whitewash wipes out Nelson...

The work of art that is no more at the Tudor Rose pub

26 May 2013

Where Napoleon failed, a tin of brilliant white has put paid to a much-loved pub mural of Nelson and his iconic ship.

Money rolls in to fund paint job for Timeball

Smiles all round for volunteers at the Timeball Tower now the facade is due to be repaired and painted

24 May 2013

Work is expected to start on vital redecoration of the Timeball Tower exterior, thanks to a welcome pledge of money for repairs.

Weird and wonderful new exhibition

Giant stuffed walrus

24 May 2013

A giant stuffed walrus is among the exhibits at the new Turner Contemporary exhibition Curiosity: Art & The Pleasures of Knowing

Beer and cider weekend at picturesque mill

Crabble Corn Mill

23 May 2013

It's all about beer and cider at Crabble Corn Mill at River this weekend as volunteers offer 70 different brews.

Welcoming spring with a maypole dance

Riley Murphy, 8, Sophie Parry-Knight, 8, May Queen Emily Broadfoot, 11, and Maya Walpole, 10.

23 May 2013

There was fun for everyone at the Vigo village school fair – but especially for the pupils who got to cover their headmaster in beans.

A bread winner!

Among those queueing for a free Subway were students John Rose, left, and Jordan Cook

22 May 2013

Free sandwiches prompted hundreds of students to queue for up to an hour at the city’s newest takeaway.

The coach to Bluewater? You’ll get there in six hours...

Pat Bavin of Bishopstone Lane, Herne Bay, complaining about the journey time to Bluewater by National Express coaches.

18 May 2013

Coach operator National Express is telling shoppers from Herne Bay they face journey times of up to six hours each way to Bluewater.

Double delivery as baby arrives with the shopping

Dave Cooper delivered wife Susan's baby Sam at home before paramedics arrived

17 May 2013

Paramedics determined to deliver something after missing a mother's home birth put away her shopping when a Sainsbury's van arrived moments later.

Norman the cat rises from the dead

Karen Jones, from Kennington, with pet cat Norman after his 'resurrection'

16 May 2013

A family held a funeral service for their pet cat Norman and 'buried' him in the garden - before he turned up for breakfast the next day.

'I'm maid for this job'

Sophie Elphick, who hopes to become a professional mermaid, at Warden Bay

15 May 2013

A teenager is hoping to make a splash with an unusual career path... as Britain's first professional mermaid.

Wedding winners enjoy magical day

Justin and Stephanie with the toastmaster.

14 May 2013

Stephanie Hutchings and Justin Harris from Walmer tied the knot on Saturday at the Hop Farm, Paddock Wood, thanks to KM Group competition.

Zombie Apocalypse forces lone survivor underground

Author Sean Page

11 May 2013

An author obsessed with the living dead will be following the advice of his own books, spending a week living in an underground bunker from tomorrow.

Hive of honey-making activity at hotel

10 May 2013

The roof of a popular hotel in Ashford has been transformed, with a beekeeper installing hives to create honey

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