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CCTV of burglary issued

Do you recognise these people?

31 October 2017

Police have released CCTV footage of two people they would like to speak to in connection to a burglary at a pub.

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Fallon admits knee touching

Michael Fallon

30 October 2017

Defence Secretary and Kent MP Sir Michael Fallon has admitted touching a journalist’s knee 15 years ago - amid fresh revelations from Westminster.

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Damning report highlights mental health hospital's inadequacies

Cygnet Hospital was the subject of a number of inspections.

30 October 2017

The CQC has published a damning report after inspections revealed a mental health hospital ignored guidance on same-sex accommodation.

Lloyds Pharmacy jobs at risk

Lloyds Pharmacy, High Street, Cranbrook

30 October 2017

Fifty Kent pharmacies are at risk as a high street giant prepares to axe stores across England.

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Burglary suspect charged

Picture: Thinkstock

30 October 2017

A 52-year-old homeless man has been charged in connection with two burglaries which saw more than £8,000 of electrical equipment stolen.

The hottest tickets around

Check out a fireworks display near you

29 October 2017

Add some sparkle to your weekend as we round up the finest firework and most banging bonfire night displays across Kent.

Revenge of the Cif... Aldi wins store wars

27 October 2017

Aldi has won the battle of the supermarkets in one Kent town.

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The Great Vegan Bake-Off

26 October 2017

A Kent woman has made it to the final of a competition that aims to promote 'cruelty-free baking'.

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Two suspects arrested for money-laundering

Emergency services were called. Stock image

24 October 2017

Police race to a town centre bank and arrest two teenagers suspected of money-laundering.

Cannabis farm minder jailed

Nicholas Cox. Picture: Kent Police

23 October 2017

A father minding a cannabis factory was caught lying down on the job when police raided a remote £829,000 house, a court heard.

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Storm Brian hits Kent

Waves batter the sea wall at Folkestone

21 October 2017

High winds and rain are battering the county as a predicted storm arrives in Kent.

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Teenager drowned during epileptic fit

Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone

18 October 2017

A teenager suffered an epileptic fit and drowned in the bath after returning from a fishing trip, an inquest heard.

'I've seen bigger things on a cocktail stick'

Ryan Giles was jailed after exposing himself. Picture: Kent Police

18 October 2017

A serial flasher was dealt the ultimate put down when he exposed himself to a service station worker.

Stop checks catch out drivers

Police are hunting a doorstep flasher Stock picture

17 October 2017

Drivers were caught out after police deployed numberplate recognition technology in Kent towns.

Man charged with burglary

Stock image

16 October 2017

Police investigating a spate of burglaries have charged a Kent man.

Firefighters star in Dirty Dancing parody

The pair took on the film's most iconic scene. Picture: Kent Fire and Rescue Service

14 October 2017

Two firefighters turned up the heat in a parody of one of the greatest romantic films ever made, all in the name of safety.

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Councillor takes top job at law firm

Cllr Mark Davis has been made senior partner at Warners Solicitors

14 October 2017

A solicitors' practice has elected a councillor to be its senior partner – and hired a new chief executive to lead its strategy.

Deliveroo seeks riders to cope with rapid growth

Deliveroo operates in Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and Maidstone

13 October 2017

Restaurant delivery service Deliveroo is searching for more riders after reporting growth of over 5,000% in parts of Kent over the last year.

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Great Storm claimed 22 lives

Alan Breeze sits among the damage at Brambles animal park in Herne Common, now Wildwood Images

13 October 2017

It's 30 years since 110mph winds caused havoc in Kent and beyond, destroying 15 million trees and creating damage costing £1 billion.

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Kent schools facing 550 governor shortfall

Schools are facing a critical shortage of governors

13 October 2017

Schools across the county are suffering a 'critical' shortage of volunteers taking up a key support role.

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