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Kent Police investigated over suspicious death

Three police staff are having their 'professional behaviour' investigated in relation to a suspicious death.

Fur robe row mayor welcomes velvet regalia

A council has shelled out £1,000 for a mayoral robe made with fake fur, following backlash from animal rights groups.

Doubt over pavilion flats plan

Planning permission to overhaul a Grade II former theatre into a health club with 68 flats is running out.


Quality field for Euro semi-finals

The top grass track riders from across the UK will take on Europe’s best at Swingfield near Folkestone, on Sunday.

Nat's entertainment

Nat Blanks says Folkestone Invicta are in dreamland as they prepare for the Bostik Premier play-offs.

Time to finish the job

Folkestone have another chance to book their place in the Bostik Premier play-offs on Tuesday night.

Suspected robber arrested down the road from crime scene

A suspected street robber has been arrested following a reported robbery, just five minutes down the road from the crime scene.

Exhibitions start to have say on housing

Residents in part of Kent are being invited to attend a series of exhibitions to comment on one council's major housing plans beyond 2031.


Kent's finest honoured by Her Majesty

Six people have been honoured by The Queen with a British Empire Medals.

Grass fire treated as suspicious

A huge grass fire above a busy A road tunnel is now being treated as suspicious by police.

Man fined after dumping waste in company's skip

Residents are being told to be on their guard for rogue waste collectors after rubbish was fly-tipped in a company's skip.


Invicta almost there

Neil Cugley believes one more win will guarantee Folkestone a place in the play-offs.

Red Arrows due to fly over coastal town once again

It's been confirmed the Red Arrows will return to a Kent town this summer for the first time in four years.


Buliding site thefts spark police warning

Two building sites have been targeted by thieves who stole ovens and diesel.


Judicial inquiry after man died fleeing police through window

An inquest date has been decided following the death of a man who fell from a second floor window while fleeing police.

Council reports travellers moved on 40 times in the last year

A council in Kent says they have dealt with 40 incidents of unauthorised encampments on their land in the last year.


Fire crews battling huge grass blaze

Six fire engines are at the scene of a grass fire in a Kent town.


Cugley: Let's embrace challenge

Manager Neil Cugley has urged his players to embrace the challenge as Invicta look to nail down a place in the Bostik Premier play-offs.

Man seriously injured after 'hit and run'

A man has been left with a serious leg injury after being hit by a van as he got out of his car.

Cugley: Gate deserved to win

Neil Cugley admitted Margate were the better side in Monday's draw at the Fullicks Stadium.

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