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Big fun to be had at Buster's Big Bash

Families can join in a free mini festival of fun and a double record attempt on Saturday, May 6 at Buster's Big Bash.

Conservative MP shrugs off concerns over expenses row

South Thanet MP Craig Mackinlay says he is "unconcerned" by the ongoing election expenses inquiry as Nigel Farage remains undecided over a rematch.

Man accused of theft and weapon offences

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of carrying a knife and stealing a phone in a shopping precinct.

New target for Darts

Captain Elliot Bradbrook wants Dartford to finish third in National League South.

Northeast - We're getting better

Skipper Sam Northeast says Kent have taken their game to new heights this season but warned against complacency as they seek to extend winning start.

Pennock: Let's save ourselves

Gillingham boss Ady Pennock is determined to secure their League 1 survival without the help of others.

Safety is Stones' biggest achievement

National League safety beats the lot for Maidstone co-owner Terry Casey.

Stones boss free to plan

Maidstone boss Jay Saunders finally has the luxury of being able to plan for a new season.

Turner looks to hit a home run

Faversham boss Ray Turner wants his side to finish their season with a 14th straight home game without defeat.

Was the Prime Minister visiting Kent?

A police and limo convoy spotted earlier today sparked rumours of an extra-special visitor.

We're mentally stronger now

Daryl McMahon insists Ebbsfleet are mentally ready for another play-off campaign if their title bid finally ends this weekend.

Football fixtures and results

Catch up with all the latest football results for our teams here.

'Paedophile hunters' vow to carry on

A group dedicated to catching suspected sexual predators who turn up to meet children say they have no intention of stopping their undercover stings.

Broken down car closes lane

One lane of a dual-carriageway has been closed due to a broken down vehicle, with long rush hour delays as a result.

Kent MPs relishing snap election

Voters are being asked to choose another government just over two years after Tory David Cameron was re-elected for a second term.

Final plea to enter nominations for literacy awards

A final call to submit nominations for the Kent Literacy Awards has been made by a leading business in the county.

Bus and lorry in crash

A lorry and bus have crashed close to a busy roundabout, which is causing tailbacks around a town's ring-road.

Crash closed main road

A busy road was shut in both directions following a collision between a car and a motorcycle.

Woman trapped as car overturns

A car overturning in a ditch closed a road in both directions and left a woman trapped.

Tough it out for Theo

People are being asked to take on an obstacle course to help a disabled child.

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