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Thousands in Kent sign petition to keep Trump out as MP denounces President

More than 21,000 people across Kent have signed a petition protesting at a State visit invite to President Trump.


Cannabis factory found

Police say they have discovered a cannabis factory with 150 plants at a house.


Superhero send-off for little legend

Superheroes and Avengers are set to attend the funeral of a little boy who has lost his seven year battle with cancer.


Man accused of three break-ins

A Medway man is due in court charged in connection with three burglaries.

Take That chat to kmfm breakfast

Multi million selling music legends Take That will be on the kmfm breakfast show with Garry and Laura.

Nazi symbol sprayed on children's slide

A leading member of the Jewish community says there has been a rise in hate crime, as a swastika is daubed on children's play equipment.


Drug dealers locked up

Police raided a home and seized Class A drugs and hundreds of pounds in cash, a court heard.


Search for missing man

A sister is appealing for information to help locate her missing brother.


Homeless pair injured in tent fire

A man and a woman suffered burns after their campfire spread to their tent.

Dozens march against Donald Trump

WATCH: A Dump Trump protest took place in Kent as parliament debated whether to allow the US President a state visit to the UK.


New Crossfit gym set to open

A new gym could soon be opening at Gillingham Business Park if plans get the go-ahead.


M&S planned for new shops

A Marks & Spencer Foodhall is to move into new shop units at a retail park.


Jean’s virtual headset shop becomes a reality

After testing out virtual reality headsets while on holiday, a mother-of-three took a chance on the new technology and set up her own business.

Families to have more say in patients' care

A pioneering treatment model aims to improve people's recovery times, reduce the need for medication and cut hospital admissions.


Inquest delays causing 'huge distress'

People living in parts of Kent have to wait more than nine months for answers after the unexpected death of a loved one due to a delay in inquests.


Technology firm's new chairman

A former group managing director of Kwik Fit has been made chairman of a loss-making electronic component distributor.

£14.4m to convert historic barracks

Housing minister Gavin Barwell visited a £14.4m housing development at a disused barracks.


Parking charges set to increase

Labour have criticised Medway council plans to increase parking charges at Thursday night's budget meeting


Thousands of 999 calls unanswered

Police in Kent have registered one of the biggest increases in the number of 'abandoned' emergency calls.

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