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Man murdered partner's son in stabbing at flats

Dimitris Titovs suffered a fatal stab wound in London Road, Teynham. Picture: @Kent_999s

A man is facing life behind bars after today being convicted of murdering his partner's son - as it emerged he was already a convicted killer.

Anger at paddling pool vandals

The fence damage at Walmer Paddling Pool

Parents, politicians, and dog walkers are furious about mindless acts of vandalism that rendered Walmer Paddling Pool unusable for three days.

Trio in custody

Police were at the scene of the crash.

Three men suspected of stealing a motorbike in Chatham are still in police custody.

Deal folk festival launch

Saturday's Folk By The Sea launch at Deal Town Hall

Buskers were out in force in Deal town centre Saturday cheering up the shoppers and raising money for the town’s September folk festival.

Man remains critical after A2 bridge fall

Queues on the A2 after a man fell from a bridge

A 43-year-old man is continuing to fight for his life today after plunging from a bridge onto the fast lane of the A2.

Murder probe as man dies in hospital days after park attack

Homeless David Wilkes died in hospital days after being attacked in a Canterbury park

A murder investigation has been launched after a man died from head injuries days after being badly beaten in an attack at a picturesque park.

Lorry driver killed on M2 named

Fire crews at the scene of the fatal crash on the M2. Picture: Andy James/photo3.co.uk

A lorry driver who died in a horrific crash on the M2 has today been named as 57-year-old Richard Gosden.

Gran dons colander after seagull attacks

Dina Wilson with the colander she used to protect her from seagull attacks in Herne Bay. Picture: Chris Davey

A grandmother has been forced to wear a colander on her head as a makeshift helmet to protect her from dive-bombing seagulls in her own garden.

Christian denomination celebrates first service in new church.

Ashford Christian Fellowship have held their first service in their new premises, a former Methodist church in Ashford town centre.

Two cars collide on M20 slip road

A lane on the entry slip road of the M20 junction six was closed this morning because of a collision involving two vehicles.

Cheryl is through to the final

Cheryl Fergison

Cheryl Fergison has made it through to the final of ITV’s Your Face Sounds Familiar, raising money for children's charity chYps.

Create festival comes of age...

Create festival in Ashford celebrated its 18th birthday, along with the over 13,000 people thought to have descended upon the town over the weeekend.

4X4 car set alight in Mereworth

Firefighters had to extinguish a blaze caused by a 4X4 vehicle that was set alight in Mereworth last night. (Monday, July 29)

Knole to get £7.7m lottery cash injection

Deer at the Knole

One of Britain's most historic and complete stately homes is to get a multi-million pounds boost, it's been revealed.

Nuisance fires could put lives at risk

Firefighters have issued a warning after a spate of incidents in Medway

Small firms welcome tribunal changes

Fees have been increased to pursue claims through an employment tribunal

Children taken to hospital after coming unstuck in dinghies

RNLI lifeboat from Whitstable

A full-scale rescue operation was mounted after youngsters got into difficulties in dinghies off the coast of Sheppey.

Leisure centre's new doors for disabled

Swallows leisure centre

Changes are to be made at Swallows leisure centre to help make it user-friendly for disabled people.

Memories group appeals for volunteers

Volunteers are needed to help with an ambitious plan to record people’s memories of the town.

School parking block leads to child safety fears

Concerns have been raised about the safety of children when a school’s parking arrangement comes to an end.

Jail for rapist who stifled victim's screams with pillow

Babritundre Mustapha, jailed for nine years for rape

A sex beast has been locked up for nine years after locking a teenage girl in a bedroom, putting a pillow over her head and raping her.

Rape victims to get 24-hour help centre

Distressed woman in need of help. Library picture

Kent is finally set to get a round-the-clock centre for victims of rape... the last county in the region to have one.

Job-creation group’s record under attack

The Eurokent site off New Haine Road in Thanet

A councillor has claimed a group set up to bring jobs and investment to Thanet six years ago has failed to create a single role.

Honda tops reliability survey yet again


Honda has once again been named the most reliable car manufacturer in the annual What Car? and Warranty Direct Reliability Survey.

Deliberate fire started on Dartford Heath

There were three outdoor fires in east Kent yesterday. File picture

Hundreds of square metres of grassland went up in flames last night

Gills fans protest at season ticket changes

Priestfield Stadium

Some Gillingham fans are vowing not to renew their season tickets - as they now have to bring ID to matches in a crackdown on people misusing them.

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