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A DJ was stabbed to death by two women in a horrific attack that last several minutes after claims he sexual assaulted one of them, a court has heard.
Homeless Alan Richardson has been sentenced to nearly eight years after groping a woman he was robbing at knifepoint.
Businesses in Folkestone are backing the plans for next year's airshow by sending their 'own' planes into the sky
A PC accused of pestering women for sex has told a court he texted a victim of crime about spending a night in bed - but said there was no "end goal".
The former head honcho of Domino's Pizza is to become chief executive of Saga next year.
A 318-tonne transformer - the length of six double decker buses - is still at Dover Docks, after a major operation to drive it through Kent stalled.
A baby was among four people hospitalised, after a fire broke out in a family home in Folkestone early this morning.
Southeastern passengers in Kent have been given a reprieve with a lower-than-expected cap on fare hikes announced in today's Autumn Statement.
Glam rockers The Darkness are celebrating 10 years since the release of their debut album with a UK tour which arrives in Kent this week
Folkestone boss Neil Cugley is considering shaking up his squad in a bid to keep their promotion hopes on track.
Hythe were "five minutes" away from extending Ashley Miller’s loan spell before the Gillingham striker agreed to join Maidstone.
Managerless Margate suffered a home defeat in the Ryman League, Premier Division on Tuesday night.
Olympic 400m hurdler Jack Green is to take a break from athletics after battling depression.
Action from games involving Kent teams in the Ryman League at the weekend