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Burman back in business

Burman back in business

Dartford boss Tony Burman did his best to stay out of matters on his return to work.

Wembley welcomes Jonjo

Wembley welcomes Jonjo

Fifty years on from England’s one and only World Cup win, teenage fundraiser Jonjo Heuermann received a hero's welcome at Wembley.

Darts wait on Del

Darts wait on Del

Dartford face an anxious wait to find out whether they will lose goalkeeper Deren Ibrahim for the promotion run-in.

Jonjo nears Wembley finish line

Jonjo nears Wembley finish line

Teenage fundraiser Jonjo Heuerman arrives at Wembley Stadium today as his epic charity bike ride comes to an end.

The Stones make an exhibition of themselves

The Stones make an exhibition of themselves

You don’t need to be a big Rolling Stones fan to appreciate a brilliant new exhibition of the band at London's Saatchi Gallery.

Wings blow their chance

Wings blow their chance

Any late hope Welling had of avoiding relegation came to an end against bottom side Kidderminster on Saturday.

Rush hour misery after two crashes on M25

Rush hour misery after two crashes on M25

Drivers suffered huge delays on the A2, M25 and Dartford crossing this evening after two crashes. .

'Our world will be a worse place without him'

'Our world will be a worse place without him'

The family of a missing policeman feared dead after human remains were found have paid tribute to a much-loved partner, brother, uncle and cousin.

'It's like living in a war zone'

'It's like living in a war zone'

Strong community pulls together after arson but the street is plagued by problems according to those living there.

Help! Beloved woodland under threat

Help! Beloved woodland under threat

Calling schools and businesses! Can you help? A beloved woodland where people walk, relax, play schools teach outdoor education is under threat.

Michelle in the running to overcome race obstacles

Michelle in the running to overcome race obstacles

A supermarket assistant is trading shopping tills for running shoes to raise money for a suicide charity.

Train delays into and out of Kent

Train delays into and out of Kent

Southeastern delays and cancellations heading into and out of Kent this morning after break downs and a person hit by a train.

Mum and son lose everything - can you help?

Mum and son lose everything - can you help?

A mum has spoken of her devastation, but overwhelming gratitude to friends and strangers, after her home was destroyed in an alleged arson attack.

Delays ease on M25

Delays ease on M25

Traffic is easing after huge delays earlier today on the M25.

Four assaulted near shopping centre

Four assaulted near shopping centre

Police are investigating after three teenage girls and a man were attacked outside a shopping centre.

Missing teen found safe

Missing teen found safe

A 16-year-old boy reported missing has been found safe a week on.

Stakes high in derby clash

Stakes high in derby clash

Dartford are looking to get their play-off challenge back on track by winning at Kent rivals Maidstone this weekend.

A proper, old-fashioned play

A proper, old-fashioned play

Wartime setting, nostalgia and some honest acting without all the gimmicks and the special effects.

Talented dancers excel at UK’s biggest show

Talented dancers excel at UK’s biggest show

From performing at Alton Towers Scarefest to passing their exams, it has been a busy six months for the youngsters from Sapphire Dance Academy.

‘We are not here to tell mothers what to do’

‘We are not here to tell mothers what to do’

While breast may be best it is not always easy and a new peer group has been set up to offer support to mums.

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