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Friend vows to fight on for tragic Felix

Felix, right, with best friend Ashley Clark

The best friend of a young man who died of cancer just weeks after tying the knot in hospital has vowed to continue fundraising in his memory.

Thief jailed for stealing legal highs in drunken raid with fire extinguisher

The S9 store in Week Street, Maidstone

A drunken thief who snatched a fire extinguisher from a supermarket before smashing his way into a shop to steal legal highs has been jailed.

Dive in – it’s going to be fun

Olympic swimmer Duncan Goodhew

Olympic swimming champion Duncan Goodhew is encouraging people to dive into Medway's big splash this weekend.

Man hunted after woman punched in face for handbag in alleyway attack

Efit of a man being hunted over an alleyway mugging

Police are hunting this man after a woman was repeatedly punched in the face and robbed of her handbag in an alley.

Pervert spied on colleagues with hidden camera in work toilet

Pervert Jonathon Canavon pleaded guilty to voyeurism

Victims of a pervert who spied on them in the toilet at work with a camera hidden in an air freshener have told of their disgust at his voyeurism.

Elder could struggle to reclaim Whites spot

Nathan Elder

Dover boss Chris Kinnear says Nathan Elder might struggle to regain his place after his first-half dismissal in the FA Trophy tie at Eastleigh.

Levett wary of strugglers

Assistant boss Keith Levett is being wary ahead of Chatham's visit to strugglers Waltham Forest.

School dance studio wrecked by storm

A dance studio used by hundreds of pupils at a performing arts school has been put out of action by major flood damage.

You're hired for the 500th time

Jasmine Williams is the 500th apprentice to get a job through the Kent Employment Programme

A teenager's new job is a landmark moment for an apprenticeship service.

Pub giant christens proposed town site

The former Brittain & Hobbs store which could soon become a Wetherspoon

The name of a proposed new Wetherspoon pub in Sheerness town centre has been revealed.

Electric feel to jewellery classes

Tony Duke, Andrew Deeley and Lyn Baseley with the circuit boards and jewellery made from them

Here is a current trend any IT girl can connect with - upcycling of old circuit boards into jewellery.

Food bank needs your help to replenish its shelves

Chris Norman at the Family Food Bank in Sheerness

Donations are needed to replenish stocks of a Family Food Bank after a busy few months.

Beware of bogus callers with sob stories

Kent Police is reminding people to beware of bogus callers

Sittingbourne residents are being warned to take care when it comes to letting strangers into their home as they could be a con artist.

Tory candidate revealed for new ward in 2015

Parish council chairman James Hunt

Iwade resident James Hunt is hoping the people will choose him to represent The Meads at the next council elections.

Man trapped after arsonist neighbour starts blaze in flat below

Arsonist Scott O'Rourke has been jailed for four years

A firebug who started a blaze in his own flat, leaving his neighbour trapped in a smoke-filled room, has been locked up for four years.

Disabled mum and sick daughter forced out of home... by mould

An epilepsy sufferer says she and her daughter have been driven out of their flat by leaks, mould and damp that have made their lives a "living hell".

We've got them back! Family's joy at being reunited with stolen puppies

The puppies were stolen from their Westwell home

A family are overjoyed to have been reunited with their 11 stolen pedigree puppies after a large-scale search found them dumped in a garage.

Outrage as Pocahontas targeted by metal thieves for third time

The feather-less Pocahontas statue in Gravesend

An iconic statue of native American princess Pocahontas in a Kent town has been targeted for the third time.

Flood warnings remain as rain hits Kent overnight

Vehicles battle flood water in Birling this afternoon

More homes across the county are expected to flood today as the Met Office warns of further heavy rain and rising river levels.

Drunken Ramsgate man "mystified" by his possession of imitation gun

The case was heard at Canterbury Crown Court

A drunken Ramsgate man – caught with a Beretta-style revolver – later told police he had no idea how he got it.

Misadventure verdict into death of four-day-old baby

Stewart Cameron receives the treatment at Darent Valley Hospital. Picture: Nick Johnson

A four-day-old baby who suffered a "catastrophic and extremely rare" brain injury at birth died as a result of misadventure, an inquest has ruled.

Man cut free from car after two vehicle collision

Kent Fire and Rescue Service. Stock image

A man was taken to hospital following the ordeal, which also closed two lanes.

Did grandad’s ghost have a say as shop deal went through?

Owner of Richardson's Butchers Ray Richardson

A business more than 100 years old will soon close its door for the very last time.

Family group still going strong 28 years later

Precious Jewels is a great place for catching up with friends for children and parents.

Generations of families have thrived through the lifeline launched in Cliftonville 28 years ago by modest hero Christine Belsey.

Shooting begins in Margate on film that promises to expose shocking truth of abuse

Elaine Wickham, writer and director of Clean-cut Pictures Gaslighting - new hardhitting campaign film, focusing on the link between child abuse and young offending, being shot in Margate.

Top British actors will star in a dark, true story about a victim of child abuse caught up in a life of crime, due to begin filming in Margate today

American airman tried to save himself from fatal railway fall

Staff Sergeant Ryan Austin died after he fell on to the live track at Maidstone East train station

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