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Fun Lovin' Criminals will be at the Vicar's Picnic this summer

05 February 2018

New York trio Fun Lovin' Criminals and Starsailor are among the acts lined up for a boutique festival this summer.

Park and Ride gets one year breathing space.

The Sittingbourne Road Park and Ride has already closed

04 February 2018

Expand Park and Ride or scrap it? That was the issue facing councillors, who in the end did neither.


Accident on A21

Emergency services are at the scene.

03 February 2018

Emergency services are at the scene of a crash on the A21 near Lamberhurst

Family frolics this February half term in Kent

Explore at Leeds Castle this half term

03 February 2018

It may be February, but the fun starts starts here with the first school break of the year: here's what's on this half term across Kent.

Small and simple idea proves to be a life-saver

Air Drop Box packages are dropped from a plane by parachute during testing at Headcorn Aerodrome

03 February 2018

Aid packages delivered by parachute have been saving lives in the storm-hit Caribbean after being developed in Kent.


Ann Widdecome finishes as runner up in Celebrity Big Brother

Ann Widdecombe and Courtney Act.

02 February 2018

Former Maidstone and the Weald MP Ann Widdecombe has made it into the final two in the Celebrity Big Brother final


Ann's top 10 CBB moments

Ann Widdecombe was one of five contestant to make it to the final

02 February 2018

With the Celebrity Big Brother final tonight we look at former Kent MP Ann Widdecombe's best bits, including THAT moment with the straighteners.


Balaclava-clad burglar jailed

William Rye was jailed

02 February 2018

A balaclava-wearing burglar who struck a man with an iron bar when he was disturbed has been jailed.

Armed gang storm home in 'terrifying' burglary

Five men stormed into the Marden property. Stock picture.

30 January 2018

Police are hunting a gang of burglars who stormed into a home after one posed as a police officer.

Singer Paloma Faith to play Forest Live in Kent

Paloma Faith is returning to Bedgebury Pinetum this summer

29 January 2018

She's riding high in the charts and now singer Paloma Faith is set to return to Kent to play a summer gig, three years after her last performance.

One arrest as four-car crash blocks Tonbridge Road

Stock image

29 January 2018

Police are at the scene of a crash along Tonbridge Road this morning.

Custard Pie chairman speaks after Village of the Year bid

Penelope Keith filming in Coxheath with Custard Pie chairman Mike Fitzgerald

27 January 2018

Channel 4's search for Village of the Year brought up sibling rivalry as three Kent villages vied for a place in tonight's final.

Chimney fire sparks warning from KFRS

Fire crews were called to the chimney fire. Stock image

27 January 2018

Firefighters are warning residents to have their chimney flues swept after a fire broke out in Pembury.

Steinbeck's classic Of Mice and Men: a tale of our times

Rehearsals of Of Mice and Men by Selladoor productions

27 January 2018

Taking John Steinbeck's classic Of Mice and Men on a UK tour is double the challenge says director Guy Unsworth, as the show kicks off in Kent.


Delays on A21

Police were called to the scene. Stock image.

26 January 2018

There are delays on the A21 due to roadworks.


Spirits seller takes off with gin from space

Atom Group sent botanicals used in one of its gins into space. Picture: Thinkstock

26 January 2018

Designing whisky advent calendars and sending gin ingredients into space has made a spirits maker one of the drinks industry’s most exciting players.

Fourth crash in nine months at danger junction

This building has been struck as a result of accidents three times.

25 January 2018

Villagers are calling for action after CCTV captured the dramatic moment two cars collided in the latest crash at an accident blackspot.


Revealed: Kent's best and worst performing schools

Kent pupils fared better than the country's average in English and maths GCSEs. Stock image

25 January 2018

Kent's secondary school league tables have been revealed. Find out which are ranked top and which are "well below average".


Vet involved in horse scam told to pay back £60k

David Smith. Picture: Kent Police.

23 January 2018

A vet who played his part in a scam which saw potentially dangerous horses drugged and sold to unsuspecting owners has been told to pay back £60,000.


Top local chefs to join Tom Kerridge's Pub in the Park

Chef Tom Kerridge

23 January 2018

Top Kent chefs chosen to join TV chef Tom Kerridge at his Pub in the Park festival have been released along with a music line-up including Tom Odell.

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