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Time's Person of the Year revealed

07 December 2017

An American magazine has published the names of the people it has named as its Person of the Year.

Vigil held for drowning victim

07 December 2017

A poignant event has taken place on the first anniversary of the tragic death of a teenager who fell into a river.

Anti-social behaviour drops in Kent

07 December 2017

Almost all parts of the county have seen a reduction in the amount of anti-social behaviour, according to a new report.


Violent outbursts against medical staff

07 December 2017

Police were called to deal with incidents at medical facilities in Kent more than 6,000 times, according to newly released figures.

Rare plane brought to Kent

06 December 2017

An rare aircraft has been installed at a Kent museum.

Anyone fancy a four-hour working day?

06 December 2017

The evolution of robots could mean working just four-hour days in future, according to research.

Beef that has a parsley flavour!

05 December 2017

A family-run farm is feeding its livestock a grass-only diet to ensure it produces high quality food in a natural way.

Countdown to Christmas begins

01 December 2017

The first of the month means the countdown to Christmas has officially begun. But what's on your wish list this year?

'Organic food is the way to go'

01 December 2017

People are prepared to pay a little more at the checkout to have organic food, according to research.

Gillingham v Carlisle United - team news

01 December 2017

Gillingham have made two changes for the visit of Carlisle United.

Hospital's Christmas project

30 November 2017

Staff and volunteers at a Kent hospital are determined to make sure everyone has a gift to unwrap on this Christmas.

When did you learn to swim?

30 November 2017

Reaction as research shows a third of youngsters cannot swim when they leave primary school.

Shocking sexual assault figures

30 November 2017

A university graduate in Kent has launched an exhibition focusing on the reactions of the victims - and perpetrators - of sexual assault.

Third of children in England can't swim

29 November 2017

Around one in three youngsters will be unable to swim when they leave primary school, according to research.

Firms need support to be success, says shadow minister

29 November 2017

A top Labour politician told bosses of small businesses they are "the backbone of the economy" as he called for better broadband and infrastructure.

Hunt for relatives of soldier

28 November 2017

Almost 100 years ago the people of a Kent town came out in force to mark the funeral of a Belgian soldier.

Weed killer 'safe' despite cancer fears

28 November 2017

Campaigners calling for a potentially dangerous weed killer to be banned have been left disappointed.

Video: The human cost of drug addiction

22 November 2017

A Kent MP has led a debate about the human and financial cost drug addiction has on families.

'Animals can't feel pain'

21 November 2017

MPs have voted down an amendment in the government's EU Withdrawal Bill saying animals can feel pain and emotion.

Are British manners changing?

21 November 2017

We are reportedly getting more abrupt by choosing to ditch adverbs which are traditionally used to avoid causing offence.

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