This week's KM
Packed with news, views, competitions and sport The Kent
Messenger is out today
Inside, a family speak of their anguish and pay tribute to
64-year-old Susan Hampton, after her body was discovered in the
lake at Mote Park.
An education expert warns a high number of Maidstone schools are
getting critical Ofsted reports.
First class plan! A new medical university campus could create
The popular Maidstone River Festival might be sunk - unless a
sponsor can be found.
Thieves swipe thousands in daring fuel thefts.
More on the allegation of election fraud - as people living in
nearby streets in East Malling and Borough Green say they were
duped into signing nomination forms for some candidates.
Why residents in Lenham are clubbing together to buy a field to
save it from becoming a site for gypsies and travellers.
We go along to an "Ann Force 1" meet the commissioner public
event and put some questions to the policing guru.
And a picture special on the day DJ Grimmy rocked up at Valley
In the Weald, we speak to the antiques dealer soon to feature on
Ch 4's Four Rooms programme.
In Malling, a government planning inspector says Tonbridge and
Malling council has underestimated the number of gypsy pitches
needed, which could result in more illegal camps springing up.
Plus a bumper edition of What's On
magazine packed with ideas for making the most of the long
bank holiday weekend.
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