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Disneyland ticked off ill youngster's 'bucket list'

A mum says she's been "amazed" by the generosity of strangers after she tragically announced she was creating a 'bucket list' for her son.

Coach full of school children crashes

A French coach driver, who was transporting nearly 50 school children, is due in court following a crash at Eurotunnel.

Sinking boat rescued in 5-hour mission

A five-hour long effort from lifeboat and coastguard teams saw a sinking fishing boat pulled to safety.

Missing: Mother Shannon and son Leon

Police are appealing for information to find a Kent woman and her son.

Police search for missing mum and son

A police hunt is underway for a mother who has gone missing with her young son.

Newspaper moves 20 miles from town

A newspaper based in a Kent town for many decades is to move about 20 miles away.

Reaction: Invicta were the 'nearly' men

Folkestone boss Neil Cugley felt his team lacked belief in the play-offs.

Corrie star visits fisherman on Kent's cobbles

A former soap actor has been visiting to fishing communities in Kent to help understand what deal they want post-Brexit.

Care home blasted for second time

A care home which smelled of urine and where residents cried out for help has been rated inadequate.


Report: Invicta blown away

Folkestone's Bostik Premier play-off dreams were blown away in a disastrous first half on Thursday night.

Terror suspect bailed

A 42-year-old man arrested in Kent on suspicion of terror offences has been released under investigation.

Away record gives us belief

Neil Cugley insists Folkestone will travel to Hendon without fear in their play-off semi-final.

Facebook boss ordered before MPs' committee

A parliamentary committee chaired by a Kent MP has ordered Mark Zuckerberg to give evidence.


Broken down train causes commuter misery

People travelling to work on the railway faced delays of up to an hour due to a broken down train.


Terrorism arrest as man enters Kent

A man has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences in relation to the war in Syria.

'Ripper' postcard sells for £22k

A postcard said to have been written by notorious murderer Jack the Ripper has sold at auction... for many times over its estimate.


Map shows Kent's fossil finds

An interactive map has been launched to show where dinosaurs have been found in Kent.


Council gags 28 staff members

Almost 30 district council workers in a Kent district have been gagged in five years, Kentonline has learned.

Masked men rob victim under a viaduct

A man has been reportedly assaulted by two masked men who robbed him for cash.

'Jack the Ripper' postcard to be sold

A postcard claiming to have been written by the 19th Century serial killer 'Jack The Ripper' is being auctioned off in Kent next week.

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