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Children at darent Valley Hospital will be able to use a new play area after a haulage firm donated £10,000 for its refurbishment.
Gravesham council has received reports about doorstep visits from people claiming to be collecting money on behalf of them.
Bus services were cancelled and a gritting lorry was damaged after vehicles were pelted with rocks and bricks.
Two men are being questioned after two burglaries were committed last week.
A consultation has opened on a £180,000 scheme to install a signed cycle route between a town's train station and a cycling park.
Two units of a power station were destroyed earlier today in the latest demolition at the site.
Thieves have struck at a hospice, stealing catalytic converters from both patient transport minibuses.
A bricklayer throttled his girlfriend after the pair rowed hours after celebrating their son's first birthday.
People in one Kent town are uniting behind a two-year-old girl who is fighting a rare form of cancer.
A total of 80 burglaries have been reported to police in two Kent towns in the past month.
A cinema is giving a free unlimited cinema pass to those celebrating their 50th birthday this year.
A 15-year-old boy is to appear in court charged with possessing an offensive weapon, assaulting a constable and a public order offence.
The town’s iconic multi-purpose theatre is to mark its 50th anniversary with an array of celebrations.
People watched as a huge drill ship moored on the River Thames.
A bus provider has said a service will improve after lengthy delays plagued a rural route.
A commuter ferry is out of action following an engine fault.
A ninth explosive demolition will take place at a power station this week.
The leader of a gang who kidnapped a suspected drugs thief and brutally tortured him in a field in Kent has been jailed.
Police have issued a warning after men pretending to be from an animal charity have been knocking on doors targeting people.
Staff at Andrex maker Kimberly Clark face uncertainty about their future after the company announced it would close 10 factories.
Police are looking for a group of bogus officers who searched people's homes with fake sniffer dogs.
People filled up a church to pay their respects to popular figure, Tony Larkin.
CCTV footage has emerged of the moment an arsonist attacked a pub early this morning.
Thieves made off with 1,400 designer dresses after breaking into a lorry.
Mourners have said goodbye to a former mayoress and nurse.
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