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Road blocked after bus crash

Stock picture.

21 November 2017

Motorists have been warned of delays after a bus crash has blocked a road in both directions.

Running club tackling mental health issues

20 November 2017

A psychologist and her coach have set up a group to fight off depression and anxiety.


Strictly pair to dance onto Kent stage

Anton du Beke and professional partner Erin Boag

20 November 2017

Sevenoaks-born Strictly star Anton du Beke may have been voted off this year, but he and Erin Boag will dance for Kent audiences soon.

There’s nothing quite like putting up the Christmas tree - unless you have 326 to do!

Christmas Trees in the Long Gallery at Hever Castle

17 November 2017

Christmas tree advice and tips from the man who should know - Hever Castle's head gardener Neil Miller

Children in Need is here!

Emily and Julian meet Pudsey at Archbishop Courtenay Primary in Tovil. Picture: Andy Payton

17 November 2017

Fundraisers across the county are collecting today for one of the biggest charity events of the year - Children in Need.

Time-warp house sold at auction

The house is still lit by gas

16 November 2017

One of the last remaining houses in the country without electricity went under the hammer today, for a surprising sum.


Mum thanks hospital staff who saved her life

Dr Antony Gough-Palmer, Dr Angela Feazey, Lorna Arduino, Dr Megan Purcell-Jones and Dr Richard Griffiths.

15 November 2017

A mum who owes her life to the quick actions of staff at a Kent hospital has gone back to thank them personally.

Curry house named best in South East

A chicken curry. Thinkstock Image Library

15 November 2017

A Kent curry house has been crowned the best in the region.


Alleged killer's first appearance at Old Bailey

Police at Knockholt station on Monday

15 November 2017

The man accused of murdering Samir Draganovic at Knockholt Railway Station has made his first appearance at the Old Bailey.

My darling Clementine: the woman behind Sir Winston Churchill

The Oscar Nemon statue of Winston and Clementine Churchill at Chartwell Picture: National Trust

15 November 2017

They were a devoted couple - now the Churchills' Kent home, Chartwell, opens the door on Sir Winston's wife in its winter exhibition.

Man at Old Bailey over station killing

Police at Knockholt station on Monday

14 November 2017

A man is due in court charged with murder after a body was found near Knockholt Station.

M25 delays after breakdown

Traffic is queueing. Picture: Highways England.

13 November 2017

It was another frustrating morning for motorists on the M25 today.

The glorious outdoors: weekend walks to try

Take the dog on a family walk

12 November 2017

A winter walk provides the perfect antidote to days spent indoors: Here's some top trails to try which will get you out and about.


Man charged with railway murder

Police at Knockholt station on Monday

11 November 2017

A man is due to appear at court today accused of the murder of a 23-year-old at a Kent railway station.

Extra protection for Kent's war memorials

Nackington War Memorial. Picture: Historic England

11 November 2017

Historic England has announced 11 of the county's war memorials will be listed as part of commemorations marking the First World War.

Two-week amnesty on firearms

Around 100 weapons were handed in last year. Picture: Kent Police

10 November 2017

Anyone owning an illegally-held gun will be able to hand it into police during a two-week surrender.


Train track death victim named

Police at Knockholt station on Monday

09 November 2017

Police have named the man who died at a Kent train station earlier this week.

Campaign launched for tattoo artist with incurable brain tumour

Mr Sims with his son, Cash and wife, Anna

09 November 2017

The friends of a young father with a brain tumour are trying to raise money for him.


Man arrested in connection with train station 'murder'

08 November 2017

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of murder in relation to an incident at a train station.

Pensioner missing for six months feared dead

Ken Henson.

08 November 2017

Officers have reissued their appeal to find a pensioner who went missing in May, although they are facing the likelihood he has died.

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