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Accident closes the M20

11 June 2014

Part of the M20 had to briefly close this afternoon after a car hit the central reservation.

Hundreds of police launch drug raids across Kent

10 June 2014

Fourteen people have been arrested in a series of drug raids involving 200 police officers across Kent.

Firefighters set up mock crash in Tonbridge to prompt safer driving

10 June 2014

Firefighters in Tonbridge have set up a mock crash prompting people to be safer on the roads

Big rise in serious crashes on Kent's roads

06 June 2014

A big increase in the number of people killed or seriously injured on Kent's roads is being blamed on the huge Sheppey Crossing pile-up.

Farm friendly

06 June 2014

Find out how food is grown and produced as farmers welcome visitors for the Open Farm Sunday this weekend

Thousands turn out to see baton in Kent

05 June 2014

Schoolchildren across the county have been waving flags and cheering as the Queen's Commonwealth baton is welcomed.

Parents must decide now on Kent Test

05 June 2014

The Kent Test has been redesigned to make it harder for pupils to be coached to pass, said education cabinet member Roger Gough

Queen's Baton Relay to start its journey across Kent tomorrow

04 June 2014

The Queen's Baton Relay will start its journey across Kent tomorrow ahead of it's arrival in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games.

Local firms should get a share of environment projects

04 June 2014

An Environment Agency engineer says the body should be hiring Kent construction companies to do work in the county, rather than national ones.

World Cup prompts drink-driving crackdown

03 June 2014

Kent Police warn they will be cracking down on drink drivers during this year's World Cup.

Grieving widow's tribute to M26 crash victim

02 June 2014

A heartbroken widow has told how she will always love her husband, who died two weeks after a crash which killed his two daughters.

Teen charged after rooftop drama

31 May 2014

A teenager has been charged following a rooftop stand-off lasting three and a half hours.

Firefighter spared jail after secretly filming woman in shower

30 May 2014

A firefighter who spied on a woman in the shower with a hidden camera has avoided prison - but is likely to lose his job.

Man arrested after bricks thrown in roof stand-off

29 May 2014

A teenager has been arrested after bricks were thrown from a rooftop in a tense stand-off with police.

Have-a-go ex-High Sheriff confronts fishing rod-wielding thieves

27 May 2014

When burglars went fishing for stolen goods with a bag of "swag" it took an eagle-eyed Sheriff to hunt them down.

King's crown comes to Kent

27 May 2014

A little bit of Elvis will be rocking up at a Kent dental practice later today.

Multi-million pounds flood barrier improvements could start in 2019

26 May 2014

A major £11 million investment to protect Tonbridge from potentially catastrophic flooding could start in just five years, it's been revealed.

Lib Dem activist converts to UKIP

25 May 2014

A prominent figure in the local Liberal Democrat Party has become the latest convert to UKIP.

Crews rescue two people from car crash

24 May 2014

Firefighters removed the roof of a vehicle to reach the trapped occupants after a crash in Tonbridge.

Revealed: Where the Queen's baton relay will go through Kent

22 May 2014

Areas in Kent that will be part of the Queen's baton relay ahead of this summer's Commonwealth Games have been revealed.

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