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KEiBA winners revealed

The winners of KEiBA 2016

23 June 2016

A company has pulled off the double double by scooping two prizes at Kent’s biggest business awards for the second time in three years.

Nearly 600 dog attacks in Kent

Police recorded more than 700 offences involving dangerous dogs. Stock image

14 June 2016

Police were called to nearly 600 incidents of violent dog attacks in Kent last year, according to figures obtained by KentOnline.


Video: It's all downhill for Dimbleby

David Dimbleby tests the ups and downs of EU politics

10 June 2016

TV presenter David Dimbleby's career took a slide this week - when he went on a child's ride ahead of a gruelling Question Time show.

Charlie O'Brien: Farmyard fun, pubs and messy kids

We had a great time down on the farm

29 April 2016

The new My Kent Family blogger chills out at the farm but just how relaxing was the pub lunch that followed with 15 month old Noah?

Meet the new voice of our My Kent Family website

Charlie at home with Noah

26 April 2016

Well-known radio presenter, award-winning journalist and blogger Charlie O'Brien joins the team on our newest website.

Year ban for underage drinkers caught using fake ID

The scheme hopes to stamp out underage drinking. Stock image.

18 March 2016

Teenagers caught trying to enter pubs with fake ID will be banned for 12 months after they turn 18, following a sharp rise in underage drinking.


WATCH: Whizz kid off to world championships

Whizz kid Zach in action

15 March 2016

A schoolboy is off to Germany to compete in the world championships in speed stacking. Watch his lightning quick skills here


Video: Coastguards drop in on Sport Relief celebs

Garry Stewart dropped in. Picture from Maritime and Coastguard Agency

12 March 2016

Coastguard emergency helicopter crews dropped in on celebrities such as BBC's Alex Jones completing the Sport Relief Hell on High Seas challenge

FA fine leaves Scally fuming

Dominic Samuel goes to ground after a confrontation at Millwall Picture: Barry Goodwin

27 January 2016

Gillingham chairman Paul Scally has called for a meeting with Kent’s footballing chief after being hit with another fine.


Watch the launch of KEiBA 2016

Former KEiBA winner Becky Campbell encourages businesses to get involved at the launch of this year's awards

14 January 2016

See what happened when KEiBA 2016 was officially opened for entries - and hear what past winners and judges have to say.

Why you should enter KEiBA 2016

Cllr Mark Dance, Bob O'Connor, Becky Campbell and Richard Elliot hold aloft a prestigious KEiBA trophy

10 January 2016

Past winners of Kent's most prestigious business awards talked about huge publicity and winning more clients at the launch of KEiBA 2016.

VIDEO: Dashcam catches speeding drivers on crossing

The 50mph speed limit was introduced following safety concerns

07 January 2016

Despite several serious accidents and the introduction of a 50mph limit, our investigation reveals drivers are still speeding on the Sheppey Crossing.


Shrinking eyesore block could be gone in weeks

Burlington House set to be reduced to three floors before Christmas.

21 December 2015

Dover's eyesore Burlington House could be completely gone by January as its demolition company works ahead of schedule.


Lottery winner: 'First thing I bought? A toilet seat!'

It is the light at the end of a very long tunnel for the Homes after wife Desirée was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2008

18 November 2015

A couple who faced cancer, losing their home, and went on to win the lottery, have revealed their amazing story.


Crossbow wielding 'poachers' spotted in woodland

Four men were spotted in woodland

07 October 2015

Police have issued a series of images to help identify four suspected pheasant poachers armed with crossbows.


Pub landlord's iPhone photo shock

The Albion pub. Picture: Matt Bristow

02 October 2015

A paedophile is waiting to be sentenced after his short temper gave him away - to an alert pub landlord.


New look London Bridge station unveiled - but will it pay off?

Many of the Victorian archways have been preserved

11 September 2015

Take an exclusive look around the £6.5 billion redevelopment of London Bridge, which bosses say will make the trains run on time.


Edinburgh: It's our toughest task yet

11 September 2015

Manager Justin Edinburgh is gearing up for what he feels is Gillingham’s hardest test so far this season when they take on Blackpool.


First look inside college changing education

Medway UTC principal Karon Buck

28 August 2015

An exclusive sneak peek inside Kent’s newest college reveals students studying for a career in construction or engineering are in for a treat.


Farmers who became the cream team

Solley's Ice Cream opened a farm shop next to its factory earlier this year

05 August 2015

The collapse in the price of milk turned a former dairy farm into the largest independent ice cream maker in Kent, celebrating its 30th anniversary.

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