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Pensioner trapped after car flips on roof in crash

The car ended up on its roof.

A car involved in a crash overturned on the coastbound carriageway of a motorway, trapping a woman.


Betting terminals to face pay cap

Fixed odds betting terminals called the 'crack cocaine' of gambling

Local MP and gambling minister has announced plans to reduce the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals.

Delays ease after crash

Traffic delays. Stock image

A crash which closed a busy dual carriageway both ways has now been cleared.

'You showed a total disregard for a person’s life'

Two carers who left a vulnerable woman woman locked in a hot car while they went on a shopping trip have avoided jail.


Is Halloween worth celebrating?

Our children love may love it but some say it's becoming too commercial and leading to anti-social behaviour.


Dockyard building misses out on top prize

The Command of the Oceans building at Chatham’s Historic Dockyard. Picture: Wiki Commons

One of Kent's most historic buildings has narrowly missed out on the UK's most coveted architectural award.


Trio in custody after brothel raid

The brothel was apparently uncovered in Delce Road, Rochester, Library image.

Three people are in police custody having been arrested on suspicion of running a brothel.

Medway housing targets 'quite impossible'

Stamp duty will be abolished for first-time buyers on the first £300,000 of properties worth up to £500,000

A government target to build thousands of homes in Medway would be "impossible" to meet, the area's three MPs claim.


Dockyard building could get top prize

The Command of the Oceans building has been shortlisted for the Stirling Prize

A historic building which houses one of Kent's forgotten vessels is up for a national prize.

NHS worker snooped on patient's medical records

Nicola Wren snooped on the records of a patient 279 times over a three-week period

An administrator accessed private information about a patient hundreds of times without having a lawful reason.


Queues clear at tunnel after four-vehicle crash

Views of the Chatham side of the Medway tunnel, Chatham

All lanes are now open after a pile-up at the Medway tunnel.

Riverside to undergo £400 million revamp

Development at Rochester Riverside will begin later this year.

UK Home-builder Countryside has been given the green light for a plan that would transform a Kent town.


Have you seen Barbora?

Barbora Horvathova is missing again, picture Kent Police.

A teenage girl has been reported missing on several occasions, has been reported missing again.

Wetherspoons pub given new name

Wetherspoons will reopen The Railway in Rainham. Picture: Andy Payton.

Readers have spoken, and a town's new Wetherspoons has been named after two weeks of voting.


Thick plumes of smoke from scrapyard blaze

Thick smoke seen around Strood as firefighters tackle scrapyard blaze

Huge smoke plumes are billowing from a scrapyard as fire crews battle a blaze there.

Families’ horror after mutilated cats found

There are fears the M25 cat killer could be to blame. Stock picture: Thinkstock Image Library

Three cats have been found dead and mutilated after being cut several times with a sharp blade.


Man died in agony after NHS staff 'wrote him off'

Phillip Marshall, 62, died in agony after calling the out-of-hours NHS number

A doctor closed the case of a man who rang the NHS helpline complaining of severe chest pains after he could not reach him on his mobile.


Another arrest in murder investigation

Kyle died in hospital

Detectives have arrested another boy on suspicion of murder following the death of teenager, Kyle Yule.

The Molly McLaren Foundation hosts its first event

Jennifer Hamer (left) event organiser and Amy Lee (right) trustee and friend of Molly at the event on Sunday

Medway Moves for Molly was the first event held by friends and family of Molly McLaren.

Migrants found in back of lorry

Police were called to the M2 services yesterday.

A group of foreign nationals were found in the back of a lorry at motorway services.


Tributes removed and nasty note left at crash scene

Floral tributes that were left in memory of Jack Burmingham

A grieving family have been left shocked and upset after flowers were taken from the place where their son died.


University hits back at MP's Brexit demand

The University of Kent campus in Canterbury

A politician at the centre of a political storm about university lecturers teaching Brexit has been invited to Kent to speak to students directly.


Man due in court charged with burglary

Maidstone Magistrates' Court

A man has been charged with burglary following an incident earlier this month.

Medway road one of Spookiest Streets in Britain

Revenge Road in Chatham failed to make the list.

A road in Rochester has been named one of the spookiest steets in Britain by an online estate agent.


“We want to nip it in the bud and prevent rather than cure.'

This week for our Get It Checked, It's for the breast campaign, we talk to the people who take you through the screening process.


Five new stores planned for shopping centre

A planning application has been submitted for new shops at a town centre shopping centre.

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