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Tears and joy as Kent A-level results revealed

14 August 2014

Thousands of students across the county are celebrating - and commiserating - after picking up their A-level results.

Controversial development up for discussion

14 August 2014

Plans for a huge development with 5,000 houses, shops, schools and a country park will be discussed by councillors at a special meeting.

Popular cafe to double in size

14 August 2014

A Muffin Break cafe in a town centre is being expanded in size by its owner - due to customer demand.

Town neighbourhood plan scrapped

13 August 2014

New Romney is cancelling on its neighbourhood plan over cost fears.

Boy stumbles on ashes casket mystery

11 August 2014

A nine-year-old has made a shocking discovery - of a casket containing cremated remains on a beach.

Town centre flood chaos

11 August 2014

New Romney High Street looked like a lake after flooding today.

Help solve Kent's unknown soldier mystery

07 August 2014

Despite months of research, a Kent history group is now appealing for help to identify this Great War soldier ahead of an exhibition this weekend.

Biker seriously injured in crash with car

06 August 2014

A motorcyclist was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a crash with another vehicle.

Cash could blow in on wind farm projects

05 August 2014

The developers behind two sets of wind turbines in Kent have said they will hire 60% of their construction work from the county if given the go ahead.

Motorway open after being blocked by burning car

03 August 2014

The M20 has reopened following a vehicle fire this morning.

Horse manure alight in Kent village

31 July 2014

Firefighters are tackling a large blaze after a dung heap caught fire this afternoon.

Trio stuck in mud on beach

26 July 2014

A safety warning has been issued after three people found themselves stuck in mud this afternoon.

Tragic driver had seizure 'caused by brain tumour'

26 July 2014

A car driver was killed when he steered into the path of an 18-tonne lorry after a seizure caused by a brain tumour, an inquest heard.

Please don't party in the park

24 July 2014

Complaints about loud music and barbecues in gardens dedicated to the town's war dead lead to plea for more respect.

Kent's seaside towns lose thousands of jobs

22 July 2014

Most of the county's coastal resorts have seen their number of tourism workers fall over six years, according to new research.

Missing woman found safe

22 July 2014

Police have confirmed a woman who disappeared from her home without her medication or crutches has been found safe.

Forget the beach ... buy a blazer

19 July 2014

An Ashford department store has launched a 'Back to School' promotion before pupils have even broken up for their summer holidays.

Kent back on flood alert on hottest day of year

18 July 2014

As Kent swelters on the warmest day of the year, the Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for heavy thundery showers and flooding.

War and Peace Revival show hailed a big success

18 July 2014

The organisers of one of the country's biggest military display shows say they are delighted with the way it went.

Stour Centre due to reopen tomorrow after week-long closure

17 July 2014

Leisure centre hopes to reopen tomorrow after power failure closed the building and all activities for a week.

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