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It's not a property you might be used to seeing on daytime telly, and that's because Groundhouse Sheppey is an innovative, eco-friendly house which has been gaining a lot of attention in the British housing scene.
The Grade II listed mansion where the famous author wrote David Copperfield is for sale for £3 million.
The award-winning theatre production War Horse has begun its national tour at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre. Based on Michael Morpurgo's best-selling novel, it tells the story of the friendship between a young boy and his horse Joey torn apart by the First World War.
Up to 80 per cent of women drink some alcohol during pregnancy. Drinking up to four units a week on average was associated with an 8 per cent higher risk of having a smaller baby. Joining Louisa Britton on the sofa to talk about drinking during pregnancy were Sharon Jackson and Tracy Allen from FASD awareness South East.
On the show this week, the KM's political editor Paul Francis is joined by Anthony Hook liberal Democrat county councillor from Faversham and Dr Julian Spinks Vice Chairman of Kent Local Medical Committee.
Catch up on all the latest sporting news and views from across Kent. This week Keilan is joined by Thamesmead Town manager Tommy Warrilow to discuss their upcoming FA Cup clash with Billericay Town. Football agent Darren Young is also on the sofa discussing transfers in Kent and non-league football. As well as that there's the weekend's football highlights, sprinter Adam Gemili goes back to his old school, best of the back pages, August goal of the month result and your Team Talk Teaser.
Flaws in a police investigation surrounding the death of a cyclist have left relatives of the victim demanding action against the officers involved.
An abandoned car has been swallowed up by a wildly overgrown garden which has been left untended for eight years.
The man behind a huge housing development has accused a green campaigner who opposed the scheme of hypocrisy after learning she runs a freight firm.
A man has been taken to hospital with stab wounds to his torso after an assault.
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