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Hundreds attend service for former Lord Lieutenant

Royal representatives were among dozens of dignitaries at a service to remember the extraordinary life of former Lord Lieutenant Allan Willett today.

Husband guilty of ordering wife to massacre family

A man caught with an arsenal of weapons faces being locked up in a mental hospital after being found guilty of ordering his wife to murder her family.

Proud mum does 40 races in her 40th year

With eight marathons under her belt, a mother-of-three has clocked up 500 miles on her way to completing 40 races before her 40th birthday.

'I played a hero on TV – but you're the real thing'

A hero who prevented a potential disaster after noticing a driver was having a fit on a motorway has received a bravery award from David Hasselhoff.

Ramblin' Man firm goes into liquidation

The company behind a Kent festival - which attracted the likes of Marillion and The Scorpions - has gone into liquidation.

£60K needed to save Archaeology group

Group hope to prevent a unique archaeological project from closing.

Village wins prestigious gardening competition after 10-year wait

It's taken 10 years but the village of Eynsford has finally been crowned winners of the South East in Bloom gardening competition

Beer and bedrooms after refurb

Following a £1.5 million expansion, a busy pub is set to become Medway's newest hotel.

All lanes open after crash

A lane on a busy road had been closed after a traffic incident.

Family dog to be destroyed after court battle

A family have lost their months-long battle to stop their dog being put down - as its owner is on remand in prison.

Last look at Burlington House

Competition winners had the chance to take a look inside Burlington House before it is demolished.

M20 section to be 'smart' motorway

The M20 is to lose a section of hard shoulder to increase capacity and make it a 'smart' motorway.

Paper Mill site set for transformation

Plan for park watered down as permission granted for 150 homes on empty land next to Morrisons.

Charlton star Lennon in Gills return

Justin Edinburgh says Gillingham have signed Charlton Athletic defender Harry Lennon on one-month loan deal as 'appropriate cover' in central defence.

Councillor blasts possible change to planning set-up

A move to merge planning committees has been branded an 'assault on democracy' by a local councillor.

Pupils dice with death near scene of tragedy

A motorist was shocked to see schoolboys risk their lives crossing a dual carriageway where a youngster was killed years earlier.

'Cycling nearly killed me, but it's made me better'

A former CEO of a hospice has got back on the bike just two years after a cycling accident seriously injured her.

The Friday News Quiz

Why was a pub landlord happy to be punched in the face? Take the Friday News Quiz.

Drivers stunned by tractor trailer flip

A tractor's trailer has been emptied onto a busy road after it overturned on a roundabout.

Cranbrook man caught up in crash

An appeal has been launched after a crash left a East Sussex man with serious injuries.

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