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Council let us down, say residents

13 February 2018

Maidstone council insists it did everything right despite a barrage of criticism over its handling of a controversial planning application.

Winter rain brings 'astonishing recovery' to reservoir

13 February 2018

Fears of a potential drought have dried up after water levels at a reservoir more than doubled following two months of heavy rain.

The next train is the 07.23 for St Pancake

13 February 2018

Southeastern has been getting in the spirit of Shrove Tuesday by handing out free pancakes to commuters.

Minority Report-style policing five years on

13 February 2018

It might sound like the plot of a sci-fi film, but police say a predictive policing computer programme has helped tackle anti-social behaviour.

Woman trapped in overturned car after two car crash

12 February 2018

A woman was left trapped in an overturned car after a crash this morning (Monday).

Pup on his way to becoming a lifesaver

08 February 2018

A puppy has started lifesaving training which could see him venturing into collapsed buildings and sewers.

Man charged with a string of burglaries and thefts

06 February 2018

A man who was arrested along with a 17-year-old boy has been charged with seven crimes including burglary and vehicle theft.

Half term fun - supplied by Mother Nature

06 February 2018

Go wild this February half term with some adventurous activities served up at National Trust properties across the county.

Huge area searched in bid to find missing pensioner

05 February 2018

A radius of more than three miles has been covered by crews desperate to trace a missing 81-year-old woman who vanished more than one month ago.

Fun lovin' festival

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

29 January 2018

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

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