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An eye for wildlife

An eye for wildlife

28 February 2018

Images of wildlife and nature at its most photogenic entered into a Kent Wildlife Trust photographic exhibition are to go on show.

Snowdogs will bring winter magic

Snowdogs will bring winter magic

27 February 2018

A community sculpture project that will raise money for charity has been officially launched, with an appeal for artists to come forward

'Help me find my war hero dad's medals'

'Help me find my war hero dad's medals'

23 February 2018

The family of a war hero who tunnelled through a collapsing church to save a dying priest is calling on the public to help find his stolen medals.

Hot tickets to Kent festivals this year

Hot tickets to Kent festivals this year

19 February 2018

Spring’s just around the corner, so music fans can turn their minds to the festival season: here’s some hot tickets to snap up.

Rail link is fast track to jobs

Rail link is fast track to jobs

16 February 2018

Connecting a heritage railway to the mainline will bring jobs and prosperity, according to a new report.

Councils failing to meet housing targets

Councils failing to meet housing targets

16 February 2018

Not enough homes are being built in several areas of Kent, according to the latest figures.

Men charged over stolen medals

Men charged over stolen medals

15 February 2018

Two men have appeared in court in connection with a burglary in which sentimental medals where stolen.

Jailed... the 'mug punter of huge proportions'

Jailed... the 'mug punter of huge proportions'

12 February 2018

An enigmatic conman who swindled pals out of more than £350,000 has been jailed after being dubbed a "mug punter of huge proportions".

Hope for Diamond

Hope for Diamond

08 February 2018

An animal rescue in Kent is desperately trying to raise funds to save the life of its newest arrival - Diamond.

Tickets slapped on vans as donors give blood

Tickets slapped on vans as donors give blood

07 February 2018

A parking warden has slapped tickets on two NHS blood donation vehicles.

CCTV catches teenage girls trashing public loos

CCTV catches teenage girls trashing public loos

03 February 2018

Three teenage vandals have been caught on camera smearing excrement from babies' nappies around a public toilet block. WARNING: Graphic images.

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Soggy sheep is saved from drowning

Soggy sheep is saved from drowning

02 February 2018

A drowning sheep up to its neck in water was plucked from a pond by firefighters in a heartwarming rescue.

Tentertainment festival is over for good

Tentertainment festival is over for good

01 February 2018

A summer festival that attracted 10,000-strong crowds has been spectacularly culled after organisers and a town council fell out.

East falls into administration

East falls into administration

30 January 2018

A high street fashion retailer has called in administrators putting jobs at risk at its three Kent stores.

VIDEO: Police station future revealed

VIDEO: Police station future revealed

24 January 2018

The Police and Crime Commissioner has unveiled multi-million pound plans to save a town's crumbling police station.

Jo's odd shoe mission

Jo's odd shoe mission

21 January 2018

A woman in so much pain she's considering having her leg amputated has set up a unique service - matching odd shoes up with new owners.

'Despicable' distraction burglar jailed

'Despicable' distraction burglar jailed

18 January 2018

A serial fraudster who stole hundreds of pounds from vulnerable pensioners has been jailed.

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Ex-squaddie prosecuted for personal data leak

Ex-squaddie prosecuted for personal data leak

18 January 2018

A former soldier broke data protection laws by revealing sensitive details from the police about a vulnerable adult on Twitter.

Bid to buy bingo club site rejected

Bid to buy bingo club site rejected

12 January 2018

An attempt by Ashford council to purchase the town's Mecca Bingo premises has been turned down.

BlackRock invests in winemaker

BlackRock invests in winemaker

10 January 2018

The world’s largest fund manager has taken a stake in a winemaker in the county marking a step-change for the Kentish fizz producer.

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