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First World War medals stolen

Picture: Kent Police

18 September 2017

Police are appealing for information after First World War medals were stolen from a house.


Colourful world-class puppetry returns to town

Tunbridge Wells Puppetry Festival is in partnership with Disney's The Lion King

17 September 2017

A puppetry festival returns to a Kent town next month with a colourful line-up and a special partnership with Disney's The Lion King.

Trains halted after bridge strike

Trains will not be able to run on part of the line until repairs have been completed

16 September 2017

Services are unable to run on part of a popular Kent tourist attraction after a lorry hit a bridge.


Hospital standards fight reaches milestone

Joanne Fowler with Tunbridge Wells MP Greg Clark

16 September 2017

More than 41,000 people have backed calls by the daughter of a war veteran for a debate in parliament on the quality of palliative care.


Concerns for missing teenager

Police are appealing for help to find Chloe Dicker

15 September 2017

Police are appealing for help to trace a 15-year-old girl who has not been seen for more than seven hours.

Cocky delivery driver facing jail for rock throwing campaign

Jennie Ivinson was badly cut after a rock attack

15 September 2017

A grinning delivery driver is facing a at least 10 years in prison after targeting motorists in rural Kent with rocks.


Man arrested after distraction burglaries

Stock picture.

15 September 2017

A man has been arrested after elderly residents of Kent villages reported cash and wallets stolen.

Farmers keep to the straight and narrow

Ploughing of all kinds will be on show Picture: Matthew Walker

15 September 2017

Gun dogs, birds-of-prey, horses and terriers are among the many attractions at the county's biggest farming event tomorrow.

Former public schoolboy raped two women

Chiron Hutchinson

15 September 2017

A former public schoolboy who raped two young women he'd never met before within days of each other is facing jail.

Pedestrian hit and killed by car named

James Morden was killed in the accident on Saturday.

14 September 2017

A pedestrian who was killed when a 4x4 hit a group of walkers has been named.

Health cuts put patient services under new pressure

The group has been forced to make cutbacks. Library image

14 September 2017

Patients in parts of Kent face further delays and other restrictions as a cash-strapped health group is forced to cut services.

Man charged as police investigate dead squirrel scam

A squirrel. Stock image

14 September 2017

A man has been charged following a police investigation into a scam involving a dead squirrel.

Sail away

Bart's Bash comes to Bewl Water in Lamberhurst

13 September 2017

The world's largest sailing race is coming to the county this weekend, raising funds in memory of a double Olympic medallist.

Two new stores for town's shopping centre

Royal Victoria Place

12 September 2017

One of Kent’s biggest shopping centres has welcomed a world renowned candle maker while a huge British retailer is also set to open later this year.

Fuel thief jailed following high speed police chase

Harry Kerwick was jailed for three years and six months.

11 September 2017

A fuel thief who led police on a high speed chase and crashed into other cars as he tried to evade arrest has been jailed.

Two pedestrians die in crash

Emergency services were called. Stock image

11 September 2017

Two people have died after a car hit a group of walkers.


Escape to the country

Serena Henderson from Kent Cider Company at Belmont House last year with a tawny owl Picture: Barry Duffield

08 September 2017

Go back to nature with our pick of the best rural events across the county this weekend.

Foreign expansion boosts Crimson Tide

Crimson Tide makes mobile scheduling software mpro5

07 September 2017

A mobile-working software developer pushed revenues past the £1m barrier in the first half of the year as it boosted marketing spending.

T-Rex rapper on climate mission

Miss Baines raps to a child

07 September 2017

A rapping dinosaur is hoping to raise awareness of climate change as she performs on the streets of west Kent.


'Terrible waste' as ex-university student jailed for drug dealing

Jay Boyd was jailed for drug dealing. Picture: Kent Police

06 September 2017

A former straight As grammar school student is behind bars after admitting turning to a life as a drug dealer.

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