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Calls for car parking fall on deaf ears

Sorting office bosses say they do not have enough space to introduce any car parking - despite calls for a layby to be built.


Man admits burgling MP's office

A man has admitted breaking into the office of a Kent MP and stealing items.

More than 25 arrested and guns seized in drugs raids

A series of police raids marked the latest step in a combined forces drugs operation.

Cousins who robbed car at knifepoint are jailed

Two carjackers have been locked up after they repeatedly rammed police vehicles while trying to escape on a motorway.


Visit Kent boss to step down

The boss of an organisation promoting tourism in the county has announced she is quitting after 13 years.


Attack victim 'branded' with Gucci belt buckle

Around 12 attackers set upon two young men during a violent assault which left one victim with the imprint of a designer belt buckle on his head.


Rare woolly pigs spotted in Kent woods

These sheep-like creatures have been glimpsed on multiple occasions in Kent countryside this week.


'Stop panicking,' vet told owner of sick horse, which then died

A vet has been struck off after a catalogue of failures in animal treatment including of a mare that died.


The cost of promotion

Ebbsfleet United's latest accounts reveal the company lost almost £2million last season.


Late night bar shut down by council

A late night bar’s licence has been suspended following complaints over “intolerable” noise and behaviour.


Academies' trust faces funding crisis

A trust which runs three academies has warned it may not be able to operate without additional government funding.


European men's team championship heading to St George's

Royal St George's Golf Club has been given the honour of hosting the 2022 European men’s team championship.

Gas canisters and cannabis chocolate bars seized in police raid

Gas cannisters, cash, class A drugs, and home-made cannabis chocolate bars have been seized in a police search.

Calls for clarity on 'vital' migrant labour

The new chairman of Kent's branch of the National Farmers' Union has called for clarity from the government on access to migrant labour after Brexit.


Motorbike accident causes traffic disruption

Traffic has returned to normal after an accident involving a motorbike

Man held after emails threat to schools

A man has been arrested after thousands of threatening emails were sent to schools and colleges in the UK, including Kent.

Man taken to hospital after high street assault

A man is being treated in hospital for multiple injuries after being attacked in a high street.

Reaction: We'll take a point

Jay Saunders felt Maidstone had leaders Macclesfield on the ropes but ultimately was satisfied with a point.

Minute's silence to remember Westminster terror attack

A minute's silence will be held to remember the victims of the Westminster terror attack carried out by by Dartford born Khalid Masood


Woman dies after collapsing in high street

A woman has died after police, fire and ambulance crews were called to a medical incident in a busy high street.

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