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Caravan overturns in motorway fast lane

Motorway cameras capture the moments after the crash

Dramatic pictures show the moment a caravan overturned on the M20.

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Hop Farm Music Festival attracts thousands

Beach Boy Brian Wilson will be headlining the Hop Farm Festival

Thousands of music lovers descend on Paddock Wood for the three-day Hop Farm Music Festival.

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Crews tackle inferno at portable buildings

Firefighters tackle the blaze at portable buildings. Picture: Kent Fire and Rescue

Two portable buildings, a lean-to shed and two cars were damaged as fire struck this afternoon.

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Beware of bogus callers

Kent Police is reminding people to beware of bogus callers

Homeowners are being urged to always ask for identification from company officials after a string of distraction burglaries.

Train delays between Tonbridge and Strood

Services are affected. Stock picture.

Signalling problems at Wateringbury and Maidstone West have lead to delays of 30 minutes between Tonbridge and Strood.

Swan's life saved by diving firefighter

A water team from Kent Fire and Rescue Service pulled off the daring rescue.

A baby swan is recovering well after a brutal dog attack in a Tonbridge park prompted a firefighter to dive off a boat to its rescue.

Garage fire in Snodland

Firefighters were called to Snodland after a blaze took hold in a a garage,

UKIP at war with foreign plant

Cllr Garry Harrison is concerned about the Giant hogweed on Chapman Way, close to St James The Great Academy.

A UKIP councillor has gone to war with Giant hogweed, an invasive foreign species which has erupted in the area due to warm temperatures.

More closures for village high street

Aylesford High Street will be closed for at least three weeks in August.

Benefits cheat spared jail despite pocketing £100,000

Truscott received nearly £55,000 in benefits illegally

A woman who conned the benefits system out of nearly £100,000 in a "brazen" fraud has avoided prison.

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Wateringbury pupils still have World Cup spirit

Pupils at Wateringbury Primary School still cheering their team on during their red and white non-uniform day

Primary school pupils at a Wateringbury school still found reason to cheer for England ahead of their last group match.

Car badly damaged in blaze started by a portable barbecue

Fire crews were called to the blaze on Boxing Day

Smouldering portable barbecue set a car parked alongside on fire.

Trio jailed for terrifying masked raids on shops

Three robbers are behind bars for a terrifying campaign of masked raids on betting shops, a rural post office and jewellers.

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Concern for woman on rail-bridge

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UPDATE: Police spent three hours talking a distressed woman off a railway bridge.

Homes without water in West Malling

The huge hole left after the water mains exploded

A burst pipe in Birling left homes without water.

Emergency services called to two-vehicle crash

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Crews from Kent Police, South East Coast Ambulance and Kent Fire and Rescue Service attended a crash in Aldon Lane, Offham.

A feel-good photo could win you an annual pass to Kent's Country Parks

Six Ways of Wellbeing wheel

Six Ways to Wellbeing campaign offering an annual season ticket to nine Country Parks across Kent.

Thieves target cash machines

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Cash grab devices have been fitted to ATMs in Borough Green

Dads dig in at Fathers' Day lunch

Children and fathers enjoying their lunch at school

Up to 40 dads dined with their children at a lunch held by St James the Great Academy to celebrate Father's Day.

Hole-in-one for junior golfer from Kent

Alex Pollington with the Mayor

A local youngster scored a hole-in-one at his first ever junior golf competition.

Maidstone nurse Crystal Wilson cut 31 inches of hair for charity

Crystal after the headshave

Student nurse Crystal's admiration for hospice staff prompted her into some drastic fundraising.

'Medicine mix up could have killed me'

Patient Marvin Dyke has been having ongoing problems with delivery of his drugs

A chronically ill father claims he could have died after a drugs delivery company got into a muddle with his medication.

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Police called to West Malling disturbance

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Police called to an incident in West Malling arrested a man on suspicion of causing criminal damage.

Please don't bring your trucks down here, say residents

The entrance to Hall Road in Wouldham

Residents in Wouldham fear a new "greenway" route will bring traffic chaos in its wake.

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Man in 30s found dead

Police are appealing for witnesses. Stock picture

Police and ambulance crews were called after a man in his 30s was found dead in a house earlier this evening.

Family could sue for ancient right to light

Nicola Bowden with two-year-old Jude in her garden.

A mum is considering legal action after permission was granted to extend Aylesford Business Centre, just inches from her home.

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