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"Aggressive" man detained by officers at train station

"Aggressive" man detained by officers at train station

Police were called to a railway station after a man was reported to be acting aggressively towards staff.

PICTURES: Abbey School make history

PICTURES: Abbey School make history

The secondary school has become one of the first schools in the UK to twin its games pitches with Flanders Peace Field.

Council on transparency mission

Council on transparency mission

The town council has launched two new initiatives which they hope will get the community in conversation about the important issues facing Faversham.

Police officer still in hospital after M2 crash

Police officer still in hospital after M2 crash

One of the officers injured in a crash involving a lorry and police car remains in hospital today.

Police cordon off newsagents after break-in

Police cordon off newsagents after break-in

A man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary after a busy off-licence was broken into during the early hours of this morning.

Happy times for all as visitors flock to charity dog show

Happy times for all as visitors flock to charity dog show

More than 1,000 revellers attended a rescue centre's annual summer fair and dog show.

Town's Wild West horse showdown

Town's Wild West horse showdown

A Kent town has been catapulted into something straight out of a John Wayne film this weekend.

Standstill traffic after A2 crash

Standstill traffic after A2 crash

Cars are queuing for more than three miles after a one-vehicle collision blocked a busy part of the A2.

Geldof clashes with fishermen in Brexit campaign

Geldof clashes with fishermen in Brexit campaign

Sir Bob Geldof has been seen swearing and shouting at fishermen as they protest alongside Nigel Farage for the Leave campaign.

US TV debut for father and son duo

US TV debut for father and son duo

A father and his young son have appeared on US TV after a video of them singing their hearts out to Frank Sinatra went viral.

Another nail in coffin for town's health services

Another nail in coffin for town's health services

A home which provides short breaks for almost 60 disabled adults may close.

Man jailed for trying to kill gran and great aunt

Man jailed for trying to kill gran and great aunt

A 30-year-old who attempted to murder his grandmother and her sister and left them lying injured for 24 hours has today been jailed for life.

Woman flashed at while walking dog

 Woman flashed at while walking dog

A dog walker screamed to save herself from a flasher who exposed himself after asking for directions.

Former champion pays tribute to Ali

Former champion pays tribute to Ali

Kent-based Barry McGuigan has spoken of his admiration for Muhammed Ali, who has died aged 74.

David Cameron visits Kent town

David Cameron visits Kent town

The Prime Minister discussed the probe into his party's expenses and the recent rescue of migrants off the Kent coast on a visit to the county today.

Hero schoolgirl saves life of second man in 18 months

Hero schoolgirl saves life of second man in 18 months

A heroic teenager stopped a suicidal man from jumping off a bridge - just 18 months after saving a commuter's life when he collapsed on a train.

VIDEO: Dad and son's Sinatra sing-a-long goes viral

VIDEO: Dad and son's Sinatra sing-a-long goes viral

Footage of a father and his six-year-old son singing along to Frank Sinatra has attracted tens of thousands of views.

Delays on busy route after rush hour crash

Delays on busy route after rush hour crash

A car has hit the central reservation of the rain-soaked A2 near Boughton

Crews called to house fire next to pub

Crews called to house fire next to pub

Customers were asked to stand in the other side of the garden while firefighters battled a rooftop blaze.

Rush-hour crashes spark long jams

Rush-hour crashes spark long jams

Two crashes caused tailbacks on major Kent roads this evening.

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