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Probe after huge laundry blaze

A huge blaze at Faversham Linen Services. Picture: Eva Rush-Ryan

12 June 2013

An investigation is under way to establish if a huge blaze at a laundry in Faversham this morning was started deliberately.

Video exposes rogue binmen mixing recycling waste

Serco worker mixing recycling that had already been sorted

12 June 2013

A council boss is "shocked and horrified" after binmen were caught on camera mixing up carefully sorted recycling rubbish in one bin.

German bomber brought to shore after being raised from Channel

Rare German bomber plane the Dornier 17 is believed to be the only intact example of its kind in the world. Picture: Trustees of the Royal Air Force Museum

11 June 2013

A rare Second World War plane shot down off the Kent coast in the Battle of Britain has been brought to shore today after a huge salvage operation.

Musical protestor 'eggs' Cowell

Egg woman Natalie Holt - ITV

09 June 2013

A woman who threw eggs at Simon Cowell during Saturday night’s Britain’s Got Talent final is understood to have been educated in Maidstone.

Olympian tests his metal... against a robot

And they're off... BRIAN the robot gives Olympic sprinter Adam Gemili a run for his money

04 June 2013

When it comes to challengers, there are not many on two legs faster than Olympian Adam Gemili. Just as well for BRIAN the robot.

'Earthquake' as Labrinth sends fans flying


04 June 2013

Singer Labrinth caused a sensation at a summer ball when he knocked dozens of fans to the floor in a stage dive.

Seafront stabbing after pizza shop row

Police were called to the scene at 12.30am

02 June 2013

A 33-year-old man was rushed to hospital after he was stabbed outside a pizza shop.

Man killed in bridge crash

Scene of a fatal crash on the A2070 near Ashford. Picture: Gary Browne

30 May 2013

A driver has died after coming off the road and smashing into a bridge in Ashford early today.

New film gives voice to charity's work

29 May 2013

Ashford charity Find A Voice has produced a moving documentary film detailing its work helping people with speech and communication difficulties.

Woman, 85, on race charge over mosque 'abuse'

A high-profile police presence at Gillingham Mosque in the wake of the Woolwich murder

25 May 2013

An elderly woman has been charged with a racially aggravated public order offence after allegedly hurling abuse at Muslims outside Gillingham Mosque.

Update: Man charged after mosque attack

Damage inside a Gillingham mosque hours after Lee Rigby's death

23 May 2013

A man has been charged with religiously aggravated criminal damage after a Kent mosque was attacked in the wake of the Woolwich terror murder.

Lorry overturns on M2

The scene of the crash on the M2. Picture: Roger Vaughan

22 May 2013

A lorry driver has escaped unhurt after his vehicle overturned in a crash with two cars on the M2.

Bus passengers might have witnessed horror crash

Emergency crews at the scene after serious crash.

22 May 2013

Passengers on a double decker bus might have vital information about a crash that left a young man fighting for his life, police believe.

Lorry overturns at roundabout

Overturned lorry at Cowstead Corner

17 May 2013

A lorry has overturned at a roundabout on the Isle of Sheppey this afternoon, blocking a busy section of the A249.

Thieves jailed for Rolex watch grab

Police cordon off Battrum & Son in Sittingbourne after a raid

16 May 2013

Two crooks who stole expensive Rolex watches worth £15,000 in a raid on a family-run jewellery store are behind bars.

Police try to identify man killed by train

West Malling train station

14 May 2013

Officers are today working to identify a man who died when he was hit by a train near West Malling station.

Care workers doing a good job in challenging times - boss

Cedric Frederick, chief executive, Avante Partnership

13 May 2013

Workers caring for the elderly at Avante Partnership homes are praised for their commitment despite going without a pay rise.

Time is running out for funds to float replica Bronze Age boat

The half-size replica of the Dover Bronze Age Boat.

13 May 2013

Fundraisers have just weeks to raise £20,000 to enable a replica of the Dover Bronze Age Boat to go into the sea.

UPDATE: Police say human bones are ancient remains

Police have taped off scene where human bones were found

10 May 2013

Bones found by construction workers in Whitstable are believed to be hundreds of years old.

Police release footage in the hunt for bomb threat suspect

Police cordoned off the Hythe Imperial following a bomb threat Picture: Gary Browne

09 May 2013

CCTV footage of a robbery in New Romney and a bomb threat to a hotel in Hythe have been released.

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