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Kent hoarder features on TV show

A Kent woman who sleeps in a chair in her front room because her bedroom is too cluttered featured on a BBC show this morning.

Family's shock at town's pub 'lockdown' on funeral day

The brother of a man who died in a crash says landlords who shut their pubs on the evening of his funeral should be "ashamed" of themselves.

Turner happy to see young guns progress

Manager Ray Turner says he doesn’t want his brightest young stars to stay at Faversham if it’s at the expense of their career development.

More than 2,000 homes without power

Thousands were affected by a power-cut this morning in a Kent town.

EXCLUSIVE: Town park set for £1.9 million facelift

Millions are to be poured into the recreation ground, with a new cafe, refurbishment of the play area and skate park and a new outdoor stage.

Delays clear after motorway crashes

Rush hour drivers faced long queues after two separate crashes on the same stretch of the M2.

Kent town on 'lockdown' after funeral

Some pubs in a Kent town are on 'lockdown' tonight in an attempt to avoid trouble following a funeral today.

Parents object to house overlooking outdoor public pool

Parents concerned over their children's privacy have objected to a large property that would overlook a popular outdoor swimming pool.

New up-market wine bar

The director of the Hop Festival and landlord of a popular pub has submitted plans for a new wine bar in the town centre.

Mum's plea for help to free little Vinnie from pain

A mother is hoping to raise money for groundbreaking treatment for her severely disabled three-year-old son, to ease his daily pain.

The one to watch

Faversham boss Ray Turner says the most eagerly anticipated derby with Whitstable in years will be ‘the one to watch’ in Kent this Saturday.

Doctor set to take on supermarket giant over dodgy fuel

A doctor says he will see Tesco in court unless they admit responsibility for selling contaminated petrol.

MP to take Southeastern petition to parliament

A petition to remove the rail franchise from Southeastern has gathered 12,000 signatures.

Monty recovering after swallowing one-metre lead

A nine-month-old chocolate labrador made a dog's dinner of his walk by swallowing his one-metre lead.

Fears for pets after spate of cat 'killings'

Owners are fearing for their pets' safety after several animals were reportedly killed on one estate when poisoned meat was left in the street.

'On this site... nothing happened!'

A couple who live in an historic street have placed a tongue-in-cheek plaque on their home to tell tourists that in 1782... nothing happened there!

Cabbie loses job after injuring girl, 13

A taxi driver who drove off after knocking down a 13-year-old girl has lost his job.

Crash and broken-down lorry causing delays on roundabout

A busy roundabout is gridlocked after an accident between two vehicles and a broken-down lorry.

Dad killed by overdose 'let down' by health teams

The family of a troubled man found dead in woodland say they feel let down after he was discharged from a psychiatric hospital just days before.

Lanterns released to remember victim of horror crash

Family and friends gathered at a recreation ground to release balloons and Chinese lanterns in memory of 27-year-old Michael Shepherd.

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