Inside your Kent Messenger
Kent Messenger December 6
Three packed editions of the Kent Messenger are out on Friday.
The front page of the Kent Messenger and the Kent Messenger Malling are about the impending flood alerts as Kent braces itself for a tidal surge.
In Maidstone a man is discovered on fire in Mote Park.
It was a close-run thing but a Christmas market on Jubilee Square will go ahead after some wrangling.
Kent County Council leader withdraws a controversial report about welfare reforms and food banks.
NHS finance comes into the spotlight. Hospitals are £11million in deficit and are overspending on utilities.
A woman is bundled into her house during a terrifying raid in Bearsted by thieves.
Malling edition December 6
Pensioner is hit by car outside police headquarters.
Police say they might not be able to send an officer to every crime.
Lidl invents a new term - step forward the Maidstone Mum.
Outrage as a skip appears in Union Street and no-one seems able to move it on.
And a picture special on the moving Light up a Life service in Aylesford
In Weald more homes could be built over fields in Headcorn.
And its all change as an Italian restaurant is becoming an Indian.
In Malling - more on the flood alerts covering the area.
Thieves target gym lockers taking hundreds in cash.
A posthumous award is given to an organ donor from Snodland who has saved three men.
And an inquest hears that Paul Smith, owner of The Hengist in Aylesford, was facing bankruptcy before he took his own life.
Plus all editions contain What's On with features, entertainment guides and gig listings for the week ahead and Kent Business.
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