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Free bus services for children with travel pass

25 April 2018

A new scheme coming into effect this month will mean children with travel passes can ride certain bus services free of charge.


Man punched in the face at nightclub

24 April 2018

A man suffered serious injuries to his face when he was punched by a reveller on the dance floor of a nightclub.

Is your house earning more than you?

24 April 2018

Some homes in Kent are earning more than the people in them, according to statistics from a high street bank.


'Disgust' over Windrush migrants' treatment

22 April 2018

A former council leader and others across the political spectrum have spoke of their feelings of shame over the Windrush immigration situation


Kent runners tackling London Marathon

22 April 2018

Tens of thousands will be pounding the streets in one of the world's biggest marathons today, including many from Kent for poignant reasons.


Man seriously hurt in early-morning crash

21 April 2018

Police have appealed for witnesses after a man was seriously injured when a car crashed into a tree.


Action promised over Horsmonden junction

18 April 2018

We have it in hand, KCC tells villagers worried by sixth crash in identical circumstances.


Ten top places to take tea in Kent

18 April 2018

As a nation of tea drinkers, it's always time to tea, so we've found 10 top places to take it across Kent.


'Sexting' sergeant avoids dismissal

18 April 2018

A long-serving police sergeant has been slapped with a final written warning after sending inappropriate texts to a woman applying to join the force.


Confusion over pregnancy 'did not contribute to baby death'

17 April 2018

An inquest has shed light on the death of a baby who was prematurely born in an ambulance en route to hospital.


Driver faces jail after crash kills three

16 April 2018

A driver is facing a jail sentence after admitting causing the deaths of three people when his car hit a wall.

Kent roads still clogged with diesel vehicles

16 April 2018

More than 300,000 diesel vehicles were registered in the county last year, despite proposals to ban sales from 2040.


Banff Film festival: full of epic adventure

15 April 2018

Want an adventure? A film festival's worldwide tour coming to Kent features some of the most epic adventures on the globe to the big screen.

Kent trophy makers lead the field for Grand National

14 April 2018

When the Grand National winner is declared today one Kent firm will have a special interest in the celebrations.


Woman walks free after hammer attack on Jehovah's Witnesses

12 April 2018

A woman who attacked Jehovah's Witnesses with a claw hammer after they knocked on her door had downed two bottles of vodka and eight strong ciders.


Carpetright to slash jobs and close stores

12 April 2018

Struggling retail giant Carpetright is closing stores and slashing jobs, leaving staff in Kent facing uncertainty.


Pensioner's purse snatched while shopping

11 April 2018

Police are appealing for witnesses after a pensioner was robbed while out shopping.

Council official's £247,207 pay-off

11 April 2018

An authority has defended its actions after having to pay compensation to a senior official who lost his job.


Man charged after power tools burglary

10 April 2018

A man is due in court today charged with burglary following an incident on Sunday night.

Police target tax dodgers during road safety operation

09 April 2018

Police reported more than 50 drivers after they were found to be driving with no tax during a road safety operation.

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