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Vicar delighted as facilities are 'brought into 21st century'

Vicar delighted as facilities are 'brought into 21st century'

31 January 2014

After eight years in the planning, a £30,000 revamp has taken place at a village church.

Kent's most weird and wonderful names

Kent's most weird and wonderful names

30 January 2014

From Gravelly Bottom Road to Noah's Ark, Kent is full of hilariously-named places - click here to see our full list.

Sports car lands in tree on M2

Sports car lands in tree on M2

30 January 2014

Fire crews rescued a woman trapped in a sports car on the M2 after it mounted the embankment... and got stuck in a tree.

'Truly sickening' rapist targeted nine victims as young as two

'Truly sickening' rapist targeted nine victims as young as two

30 January 2014

A sick sexual predator groomed young girls, kidnapped a 15-year-old and committed a string of sex offences against victims as young as two.

Fears grow after headless cats dumped

Fears grow after headless cats dumped

30 January 2014

Six cats have been found with their heads missing in a small area of one town.

Floody hell... Kent hit by five times average rainfall

Floody hell... Kent hit by five times average rainfall

30 January 2014

Yalding's on standby for more flooding... as figures show Kent had five times the average rainfall over Christmas and new year.

Pupils Marvel at Iron Man creation

Pupils Marvel at Iron Man creation

30 January 2014

Iron Man costume maker inspires pupils with his hand-crafted year-long labour of love.

Rise in charges for memorial benches ‘lacks compassion’

Rise in charges for memorial benches ‘lacks compassion’

30 January 2014

A councillor has branded a decision to increase the price of seafront memorial benches “heartless”.

Trauma of accident has left me on edge, says mum

Trauma of accident has left me on edge, says mum

30 January 2014

Police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding a hit-and-run incident in which a schoolboy was injured.

Council staff given new tools to help save lives

Council staff given new tools to help save lives

29 January 2014

Swale council workers have been trained to use life-saving equipment at two of its offices.

Popular festival outgrows village hall

Popular festival outgrows village hall

29 January 2014

Landowners are needed to help make a fundraiser bigger and better than ever before.

Newspaper report 'sparked bogus sex claims'

Newspaper report 'sparked bogus sex claims'

28 January 2014

A woman who accused an ambulance volunteer of sex abuse made up her claims after reading of alleged attacks in the paper, a court's heard.

Thousands of parents call for re-think on school bus pass cap

Thousands of parents call for re-think on school bus pass cap

28 January 2014

More than 7,000 parents have signed petitions calling for a re-think on plans to cap the number of journeys children can use with their Freedom Pass.

It's May's day as super gran reaches 102 not out

It's May's day as super gran reaches 102 not out

28 January 2014

A little tipple of sherry every now and again is one of the reasons given for a lady's longevity.

Mild winter having impact on borough's wildlife spots

Mild winter having impact on borough's wildlife spots

28 January 2014

Although just a few miles apart, Milton Creek Country Park and Elmley Nature Reserve are reporting very different winter experiences.

Rare chance to see where Churchill planned D-Day

Rare chance to see where Churchill planned D-Day

28 January 2014

The Harmony Therapy Trust has held a reception to thank all its volunteers and supporters.

Family's grief at death of biker killed in head-on crash

Family's grief at death of biker killed in head-on crash

27 January 2014

The devastated family of a motorcyclist killed in a crash with a car have today paid tribute to the "proud father and family man".

Clear-up after the storm

Clear-up after the storm

27 January 2014

Highways workers are out in force today clearing up after more than 100 trees were brought down in the weekend's storms.

Clock ticking on disabled girl's fundraising target

Clock ticking on disabled girl's fundraising target

27 January 2014

Almost £20,000 still needs to be raised by July so a brave youngster can have pioneering treatment.

Popular former teacher loses cancer fight

Popular former teacher loses cancer fight

27 January 2014

A book of condolence has been opened at Borden Grammar School following the death of former head, Harold Vafeas.

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