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E-fit released after woman 'grabbed' by man in white van

04 June 2018

Officers have issued an e-fit of a man they would like to identify after a woman in her 20s was reportedly 'grabbed' by a man in a white van.

Successful memorial bench fundraiser for 'wild' dance teacher

01 June 2018

An online fundraiser has secured enough cash for a bench overlooking the sea in memory of a popular dance teacher.

Coastguard praises fishermen's safety measures at sea

30 May 2018

The coastguard has praised the safety measures two fishermen took on board before setting sail, after they got into difficulty at sea.

Councillor's religious switch after Catholic church closes

28 May 2018

A frustrated church-goer says he is switching from Catholicism as he has nowhere to practise his faith.


Fire crews called to barn blaze

26 May 2018

A barn was almost completely destroyed in a blaze this afternoon.

Safety cartoons return after 50 years

24 May 2018

Two-lovable cartoon characters have returned after half a century in a promotional campaign to remind people dialling 999 to ask for the coastguard.


Shed fire spreads to home

21 May 2018

Three fire engines have been called to the scene of a potentially serious blaze.

Court date for suspects in modern slavery probe

21 May 2018

A father and son suspected of being human traffickers have been remanded in custody while they wait to appear in court next month.

Two charged after 'modern slavery' dawn raids

17 May 2018

Two suspected human traffickers are set to appear in court today after four arrests were made during a string of raids in Kent.

Dawn raids in modern slavery investigation

16 May 2018

Several people have been arrested on suspicion of human trafficking offences following a string of early-morning raids in Kent.

White van man 'grabs' woman at bus stop

09 May 2018

A woman in her 20s has been reportedly 'grabbed' by a man in a white van at a bus stop over the bank holiday weekend.


Newspaper moves 20 miles from town

04 May 2018

A newspaper based in a Kent town for many decades is to move about 20 miles away.

Visibility 'clear' ahead of cyclist's death, court hears

30 April 2018

A 20-year-old has denied she drove dangerously when she collided head-on with a cyclist in a crash which led to his death.

World class music lines up for bank holiday concerts

30 April 2018

Eighties chart toppers The Christians join the People's Tenor and Clint Eastwood's composer son Kyle for a bank holiday weekend of music.

Seaside pub gets £200,000 revamp

27 April 2018

Brewers have given popular pub an overhaul with fresh focus on its food and drink menu

Council gags 28 staff members

26 April 2018

Almost 30 district council workers in a Kent district have been gagged in five years, Kentonline has learned.

Green space could be lost to new homes

24 April 2018

Dozens of residents have been contacted about plans for a new development on their doorstep.


Helicopter cocaine smuggler jailed

23 April 2018

A Belgium national who used a helicopter to transport £7 million worth of cocaine to the UK as part of a drug-dealing gang has been put behind bars.


Cheers! Winemakers unite to boost tourism

23 April 2018

Seven vineyards have teamed up to create a wine trail aiming to build on the 120,000 visitors who got a taste of Kent's tipple last year.

Kent to house nuclear waste site?

23 April 2018

A nuclear waste site - the size of 22 Wembley Stadiums - could be built in the county.

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