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Suspected bogus callers alert

Police are warning about rogue traders. Stock image

04 October 2017

Cases of men posing as water officials may be linked, police have warned.


Thrills and chills for hardened horror fans this Halloween

Kent Life will be over-run with zombies this Halloween

02 October 2017

From scare mazes to tunnels of terror, there are some terrifying ordeals for hardened thrill seekers across the county this Halloween.


Four arrests after spate of burglaries

Four men have been arrested. Stock picture.

29 September 2017

Four men have been arrested with a series of burglaries across the South East, including at properties in Kent.

Fright night film screenings

Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise in IT Picture: PA Photo/Warner Bros

29 September 2017

No longer just for trick-or-treaters, there's Halloween horror for grown-ups with fright night film screenings across Kent.

Seven things to make your weekend

The Medieval Mops Fair comes to Sitingbourne. Picture: Tony Stigle

29 September 2017

We've come up with seven spot-on ideas to try with the family this weekend.

Train halted after man 'attacked by teenagers'

Tonbridge Railway Station. Stock picture.

28 September 2017

A train was stopped at a Kent station so two teenagers could be arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm.


Autumn's in the air

Take a family walk through the Kent countryside this autumn

27 September 2017

There’s a feast for your senses awaiting this autumn: step outside and try our pick of the seasonal walks across Kent and East Sussex.

Fly-tipping costing councils thousands

This is the state one fly-tipper left. Picture: Joe Wright

26 September 2017

Kent's borough and district councils are effectively pouring hundreds of thousands of pounds 'down the drain' cleaning up rampant fly-tipping.


'Cuts could be made to key services': KCC leader

KCC leader Paul Carter

25 September 2017

Frontline services could be cut next year as Kent County Council struggles to balance the books, it's been revealed.


Lines reopen after major disruption to rail services

There is disruption to train services

25 September 2017

Passengers faced major disruption to train services after engineering works overran.

Girls stranded as bus to school fails to turn up

Erin, Bethan, Lauren, Sadye and Daisy, all 11 at The Wateringbury Hotel Bus stop where they were stranded last week when the school bus did not turn up.

23 September 2017

A group of girls were left stranded when their bus failed to show up during their first week at secondary school.


One of county's busiest roads opens after £70m revamp

21 September 2017

A major A-road was officially opened following an upgrade.

Hospital chief steps down

Chief executive Glenn Douglas. Picture: Matthew Reading

21 September 2017

The man leading a radical overhaul of health services is stepping down from his top position at a hospital trust.


RIP the Kent high street: How many of these shut-down shops do you remember?

21 September 2017

From Woolies to BHS, Blockbuster to Comet, take a trip down memory lane.


Upgraded section of A21 to open

Motorists should benefit from quicker journeys on part of the A21

21 September 2017

A major project to turn a busy route into a dual carriageway has been completed.


Warning after scam phone calls sweep Kent

Roseanna Austen sent abusive messages to former neighbours. Picture: Thinkstock Image Library

19 September 2017

Residents are being urged to be on their guard after a string of fraudulent phone calls across the county.

Parents deny role in baby's death

Michael Osbourne and Marina Smyth have indicated not guilty pleas

19 September 2017

The parents of a newborn boy who died at a home have denied causing him serious harm.

Festival favourites at a historic home

World famous cellist Richard Harwood is a regular performer at Music@Malling Picture: Martin Apps

18 September 2017

Churches, chapels, abbeys and schools all play host to world class music for the annual Music@Malling festival.

Major fire not first at housing estate

The damaged apartments in 2008

17 September 2017

Residents had to be evacuated from their homes at Holborough Lakes because of a fire nine years ago, it has emerged.


Fire victims suffer disturbed night

A JustGiving page has been set up to help those who have lost everything in the fire. Picture: John Westhrop

17 September 2017

A family has spoken of nightmares in their first night in a hotel following the blaze that destroyed their home.

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