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Armed police swoop on village

Police team gather at the industrial estate on Pattenden Lane, Marden.

24 September 2013

Armed officers and the police helicopter were called to a Kent village after reports of a man threatening to kill himself.

The seeds of change

Troy Scott Smith

23 September 2013

We chat to Troy Scott Smith 100 days after he became head gardener at Sissinghurst Castle, one of the world's most iconic gardens.

Murder suspects remanded after basement body find

Harjit Chaggar was found dead in a shop in Chatham

20 September 2013

Three men are due in court today accused of the murder of a pensioner found in the basement of a store.

Four pages of Cute Kids in tomorrow's Kent Messenger

Gracie Ward having her picture taken by Stacey Wimbledon-Emig of Starlight Studios at Smyths toy store, Aylesford.

12 September 2013

The Cute Kids competition is back and tomorrow's Kent Messenger has four pages of pictures of little uns. It's time to get voting

Five new primary schools to be built in Kent

Thinkstock Image.

11 September 2013

Millions of pounds is to be spent on creating new schools and more places across Kent, it's been revealed.

Plumber in legal row with millionaire property mogul

Fergus and Judith Wilson

08 September 2013

A gas safety engineer sued unsuccessfully by a wealthy property mogul's wife is tied up in a bitter legal wrangle.

Spree of vandalism hits pond in Downswood

Some of the vandalism at Mallards Way, Downswood

08 September 2013

Posts have been ripped up, signs torn down and a bin thrown into a lake in Mallards Way, Downswood

Nearly £30 million given to hospitals in bail-out

Mrs Babatola was first taken to Tunbridge Wells Hospital, but later transferred to King's College Hospital in London

08 September 2013

The costs of running a new hospital means an NHS Trust was given £28million in a bailout payment.

The wait is over as students collect A-level results

Jess Gill opens her results at St Augustine's Academy in Maidstone

15 August 2013

With the rustle of one small envelope, futures were determined. A-level students finally got to find out if all their hard work had paid off

Going to the dogs

Hever Castle is holding its first dog show this weekend

01 August 2013

Hever Castle is holding its first dog show this weekend, Paws at the Castle

Police charge teen with possession of drugs

24 July 2013

An 18-year-old was charged with possession of cannabis as a result of a day of action in Marden

What's in the KM this week

Kent Messenger July 19

19 July 2013

A look at the stories and issues making the three editions of the Kent Messenger this week

Woodland left severely damaged by 19-hour blaze

15 July 2013

Crews tackled weekend fire in Angley Woods, Cranbrook, for more than 19 hours

What's in the KM this week

Kent Messenger, July 12

12 July 2013

A look at the stories filling another packed edition of the Kent Messenger

Comedian Jason Manford brings new show to Kent

Jason Manford

10 July 2013

After a hectic few years, Jason Manford has gone back to his stand-up roots and is touring a new show around the country.

Specsavers takes closer look at reading campaign

09 July 2013

Specsavers in Tunbridge Wells has pledged its support for the KM Group's Get Kent Reading Campaign

Maths competition is great addition to the curriculum

05 July 2013

There's no distractions from fractions as children calculate their way to a winning slot.

Whats in the KM this week

KM front page, June28

28 June 2013

The stories in the KM June 28 edition, plus a new section launches

Teen injured in fields 'stabbing'

Police in Cranbrook,after a suspected stabbing

24 June 2013

A 16-year-old boy has been remanded in the care of the local authority after appearing in court on assault charges.

Review: Paloma Faith

Paloma Faith

23 June 2013

The beautiful surroundings of Bedgebury Pinetum near Goudhurst provided a unique setting for an open-air concert by Paloma Faith

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