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Platform fall woman in stable condition

The Kent and East Sussex Railway

An elderly woman who was rescued after she fell under a train at Tenterden is recovering in hospital today.

Concern for woman on railway track

The police helicopter was launched. Stock picture by Chris Davey

The police helicopter was called to Maidstone in the early hours of this morning after a woman was spotted on a train track

Police want help after a woman's purse was taken in Tunbridge Wells

Police believe a gang working across the country may have targeted a woman whose purse was taken in Tunbridge Wells

Remembering Roy - the fallen Battle of Britain hero

Some 74 years to the day he was killed, people gathered in Teynham to pay tribute to Hurricane pilot Roy Marchand.

Cheers: Paving the way for new pub

Building work starts at the 20/20 Business Park

Building work starts on pub and restaurant plan with the promise on 30 full-time jobs.

Folkestone airshow to return for 2014

The Red Arrows during the Diamond Jubilee year Folkestone Airshow in 2012.

Organisers have confirmed the Folkestone Airshow will return in 2014 but still need the public's help to make sure enough funding is in place.

Do you know woman in red?

John Ashby, who collapsed and died in Hythe last year

A grieving son is desperate to find a good samaritan woman in red who helped his dying father.

Children's centre closures latest

Maypole Primary School, Franklin Road, Dartford

Dartford council discussed KCC's proposals, disagreeing with one of the plans, and will submit a response before the consultation finishes in October.

Choir seeks new members

The Marlowe singers are seeking new members

Gravesham’s longest running choir is seeking new members to boost its sound.

Revolt as hundreds sign petition at top grammar school

Headmaster John Weeds

More than 800 people - some claiming to be staff - have signed a petition against the head at one of the country's most historic grammar schools.

Councillor thanks residents for their words of kindness

Cllr Adrian Crowther

Veteran councillor Adrian Crowther has thanked residents for their support while he was ill in hospital and said he has been “lucky”.

Club on sticky wicket with flying cricket balls

Mark Tucker with local residents on the cricket ground

Rogue cricket balls are causing a headache for residents… and for the sportsmen who are hitting them.

Pub helps dementia centre give massage

Josie Ware, Jean Crowder, Teresa Summers, Bill Kittle and Rose Dawney with the new chair

A centre for people with dementia has thanked pub-goers who helped raise money for new equipment.

Church serves non-alcoholic wine to help teetotallers

Rev Paul Filmer is now serving non-alcoholic Holy Communion wine to help recovering alcoholics

A church has become one of the first in the UK to perform teetotal Holy Communions.

Arson attack on sea cadets' former base

Former Canterbury Sea Cadets HQ

A man has been arrested after a suspected arson attack on the former base of the Canterbury Sea Cadets in Puckle Lane.

Driver faces the fact that social media works

Eden Village resident Ken Mackness

Motorist Ken Mackness didn't realise his car had been lost until a message popped up on a town Facebook group.

Concern for missing woman

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 48-year-old Julie Fairclough who has gone missing from her home in Sandwich.

Man bites into neighbour's penis in row over loud music

A man has been convicted after gnawing a neighbour's penis after he complained about the music from his XBox.

Confidence Queen all smiles after TV Pride nomination

Genny Jones, of St Marks Avenue, Northfleet, nominated for a Pride of Britain Award

Genny Jones, 51, of St Mark’s Avenue, Northfleet, was put forward for her community workshops, inspiring others to be happy when they are feeling depr

Man hopes good will come out of double tragedy

This is the face of a man who has suffered more pain and grief in the last decade that most deal with in a lifetime

Amelia-Rose enjoys third lorry honour

Amelia-Rose Lucas behind the wheel of the fire truck named after her

A Sheppey schoolgirl has been honoured by having a third Eddie Stobart vehicle named after her.

‘Allo to film festival as actress turns producer

Former 'Allo 'Allo actress Vicki Michelle with festival director Ken Rowles at the 2013 event

Swale’s answer to Cannes featured an appearance by a familiar face from a beloved 80s sitcom.

Group gets ready to spend £1m

James Walker prioritising Big Local suggestions

The east end of Sheppey is a step closer to benefiting from £1 million following elections for a group to oversee spending.

Arrest after woman assaulted and cars damaged

Police in Mortimer Street

A man has been arrested after a woman was assaulted and several cars damaged in the early hours of this morning.

Horse rescued near the Ashford Designer Outlet

Kent Fire and Rescue Service. Stock image

A horse which may have slipped into a ditch in Ashford had to be rescued with the help of a crane

Lorry fire led to M20 closure

A fire in a lorry trailer forced the M20 to be closed at Junction 9 today

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