An award-winning restaurant has been given two out of five stars for hygiene, after inspectors discovered ‘unsafe’ cooking procedures.
A man hit his fiancee just days before their wedding, cutting her face with his engagement ring, a court heard.
A piece of artwork that became a huge tourist attraction before being ruined by graffiti is being specially built into the new building.
A public meeting is being held tonight about the GP crisis in a Kent town but it won't be attended by the NHS, which has explained the reason why.
A man in his 80s has been found dead on a Kent beach in one of two major incidents on Kent's shores today.
Concept designs are still yet to be finalised as it is revealed developers will be building far fewer homes than they have been given permission for.
A spurned husband threatened to kill his ex-partner after she finished with him by text message, a court heard.
A lorry shed its load on a busy slip road, causing a huge piece of metal to block the carriageway.
A burglar was caught when a man saw him breaking into his neighbour's house, before jumping in his car to confront him.
Kent Police will be investigated over how officers handled contact through 999 before a suspected murder.
A judge has told a university hopeful to clean up her act after a drink-fuelled assault on a manager of a posh restaurant.
An Edwardian pavilion has been listed by the Victorian Society as one of the most endangered buildings in the country.
A man seen kicking a dog in the street by a mum and child chased them away shouting: “Up the IRA”, a jury has been told.
Doctors' surgeries have taken drastic steps telling the NHS they will not take any new patients as the GP crisis plunges deeper in one Kent town.
A pair of suspected burglars arrested after two break-ins have been released.
A drink-driver found hiding in the undergrowth of a motorway roundabout after crashing his car has been spared jail.
Fears have been raised about patient safety when a doctors' surgery closes, with Labour warning of a "catastrophic failure of the local GP system".
Police have launched an investigation after jewellery and cash was stolen in a raid on a house.
A postcard supposedly penned by Jack the Ripper and sent to an east London police station is due to go under the hammer.
A pervert who tried to hide his past by changing his name is back behind bars... after sleeping in the same home as a child.
A signalling problem has been rectified, with trains running the line "with caution".
A vicar will “forgive” the would-be-thieves who smashed their way into an historic church, causing hundreds of pounds worth of damage.
Nine weeks of art exhibitions have started as a seaside town's regeneration continues.
A new 'fake' Banksy piece has appeared in a busy town centre.
A seaside pub is under new ownership.
Around 60 residents have had to been evacuated from their homes after flash floods ruptured a gas main.
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