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Donations in Lara's memory could save thousands of lives

18 January 2018

Donations made in memory of a 19-year-old who took her own life will help a suicide hotline field more than 2,000 calls from those in need.

Crane catches fire on motorway

17 January 2018

Part of the M26 was closed as emergency services dealt with a crane on fire.

Thousands raised for adored Lara who 'walked into the darkness'

17 January 2018

A family has paid a loving tribute for a teenager who died just days after Christmas.

Homeowners facing 'scandalous' charges

17 January 2018

Tens of thousands of people who own houses and flats across Kent are being forced to pay rising fees connected to their properties.

School reassures parents after meningitis case

16 January 2018

A school has moved to calm parents and teachers after revealing a member of staff had contracted meningitis.

It's time to detox your garden

15 January 2018

While the garden sleeps it’s time to rethink your design and plants for 2018, says our resident expert Neil Miller of Hever Castle

The worst place in Kent for fly-tipping is revealed

13 January 2018

Local authorities in Kent spent more than £1 million cleaning up illegally dumped rubbish across the county last year.

Devious and calculating burglar 'belongs behind bars'

11 January 2018

A burglar described as "the lowest of the low" after stealing from pensioners as old as 92 is facing a prison term.

Police call for volunteers under new pilot scheme

11 January 2018

Recruitment is underway for volunteers to take part in a pilot scheme working with Kent Police

Scheme to combine services scrapped

11 January 2018

A scheme by two councils to combine services and save tens of thousands of pounds has been scrapped after nine months of planning.

Starving woman 'could have had more help'

10 January 2018

A malnourished woman who lived in a cold home with no working toilet and evidence of "extreme hoarding" was let down by the authorities.

Towns to share police officers

10 January 2018

Kent Police is to transfer officers between police stations six miles apart in a bid to improve efficiency.

Plan to recruit 200 extra police officers

10 January 2018

Kent's crime commissioner wants to recruit hundreds more police officers, but taxpayers will face higher bills to help meet the costs.

Run for it: parkruns and clubs to get you moving in 2018

10 January 2018

Resolved to get fit or fitter in 2018? Here’s how to do it with running in Kent – it just takes a bit of motivation to get you moving.

Planning a summer of love? Try these winter wedding open days

09 January 2018

Dreaming of a sumptuous, summer wedding? For couples planning their big day, 'tis the season to step out and visit venues.

Robbers repeatedly punch victim

09 January 2018

A man was repeatedly hit in the head before his mobile phone and bank card were swiped from him in a robbery.

Bus service purge 'in limbo' after chief loses job

09 January 2018

Plans to slash dozens of subsidised bus services are up in the air after the sudden departure of Kent's cabinet transport chief.

'I just ate all the time’

09 January 2018

Kent's only male Weight Watchers coach is hoping to inspire others after shedding 10 stone.

Where's the cheapest fuel in Kent?

09 January 2018

Filling up your car is now the most expensive it has been for years, so here is where to go for the lowest prices.

Kent's gender pay gap

08 January 2018

The difference between how much some firms pay male and female employees in the county has been revealed.

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