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Boy, 16, arrested after stabbing

A boy of 16 is in custody after a teenager was stabbed in a town centre.

Sledgehammer gang jailed for Bluewater jewellery raid

A gang who used fire as a distraction before smashing into a Bluewater jewellery store with sledgehammers as part of a £3.1m plot have been jailed.

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Railings may be solution to parking outside store

After more than 10 years of complaints, a village shop parking problem isn't any closer to being sorted.

Wind farm workers rescued after boat hits object

Lifeboat crews have rescued a team of wind farm workers after their boat hit an object and started taking on water.

Nurse appeals sacking for talking religion to patients

A tribunal has heard how a nurse was repeatedly warned against talking about religion to patients.

The photo that sparked murder

This tongue-in-cheek photo posted on Facebook sparked a row which led to a young Pokemon Go player's brutal murder in a shopping centre car park.

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Air ambulance called to serious crash

A road is closed as the emergency services deal with a crash involving a vehicle and a motorcycle.

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Woman in hospital after crash

A woman in her 40s was taken to hospital after a crash between two cars.

First year success for charity art store

A charity shop with a difference is celebrating a successful first year in Gravesend High Street.

Air ambulance in shock move

A charity, which relies on public donations to survive, says its existing base lacks airside infrastructure and expansion opportunities.

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Bike stolen before alleged assault

Officers investigating an alleged assault where the victim's bike was taken are appealing for witnesses.

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Doctors failed to respond to nurses' concerns over mum

An inquest heard how two consultants failed to respond to the concerns of nurses just hours before a young mum-of-three died in hospital.

GP surgeries 'under threat' from pharmacy

Three surgeries have pleaded with patients to "use us or lose us" in pharmacy battle.

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Choke hold murderer jailed for life

A murderer who strangled a young Pokemon Go fan for two minutes before stamping on his head over a petty social media row has been jailed for life.

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Voyeur cop pleads guilty

A senior police officer suspended over making and sending indecent images and videos and a charge of voyeurism has pleaded guilty in court.

Delays after smash

Motorists are being urged to find alternative routes after a crash this morning.

Teen charged with GBH and carrying knife

An 18-year-old is to appear in court accused of assaulting a man in a town centre.

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Burglary suspect arrested near motorway

A woman was arrested in connection with a burglary by police responding to reports of a suspicious car.

Hunt on for attacker with 'scary eyes'

Police hunting a man thought to have attacked a taxi driver have released this eerie image in the hope of tracking him down.

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Crews tackle caravan fire

It went up in flames in the early hours of this morning.

Bomb dug up on seafront

A harbour is due to be sealed off after dredging works reportedly unearthed a bomb this morning.

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Developers target summer build for 400 homes

Bosses behind hundreds of homes on a city's outskirts could start construction work as early as next summer if planning permission is gained.

Craig David tickets sold out

Tickets to see Brit Award nominee Craig David at Rochester Castle went on sale at 10am but sold out in about half an hour.

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Attacker to be sentenced for choke hold murder

A man accused of killing a Pokemon Go fan with a lethal choke hold is due to be sentenced today.

Port accused of 'scaremongering'

Harbour bosses have been accused of 'scaremongering' after claiming that failing to dredge the Goodwin Sands could cost jobs

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Luxury living at Royal Wells Park

A former hospital has been brought back to life, but at what cost? Ed McConnell goes a long to see what all the fuss is about.

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