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Update: Pedestrian dies after collision with lorry

A man was pronounced dead at the scene following a collision involving a lorry outside a train station.


Water company to compensate customers and schools

People whose water supplies were cut off this week are to be compensated, with schools that had to close receiving a bumper payout.


Fly-tipper receives hefty fine

A man has been fined after council officers traced dumped waste back to him.


Rush hour carriageway closure

A route from a Kent island had to briefly shut, police said.


Water shortage continues into the evening

Burst water pipes across Kent have left thousands of homes with no water throughout today and into this evening.


Air ambulance attends medical episode

Paramedics are treating a person believed to be suffering a medical episode after the air ambulance landed this morning.

Driver's view blocked by overgrown hedgerows

A driver's visibility was affected by overgrown hedgerows just moments before a fatal crash.

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Court blocks vicar's bid to remove historic pews

A vicar who wanted to replace traditional pews in his listed church with metal-framed chairs has had his plans blocked by a judge.

Health services affected by snow

Bad weather forced a minor injuries unit to close today and also affected several health clinics.

Car ends up on roof in snow

The Beast from the East has caused travel chaos on roads across the county.


Four arrested over suspected brothel

Arrests were made after police were called to a property following reports it was being used as a brothel.

Raines going hell for Leather

Sittingbourne boxer Jack Raines has a score to settle after extending his 100% professional record - targeting a fight with highly-rated Josh Leather.

Homes plan would help charity

A children's hospice could expand if plans for a housing development are agreed.

Power cut hits hundreds of homes

UK Power Networks engineers were called to repair a cable fault after hundreds of homes were affected by a power cut.

Man arrested after police chase

A man remains in police custody after failing to stop for officers when requested.

Pile-up closes A249

A dual carriageway was shut for several hours after a crash involving at least four vehicles.

Memorial run for 'challenge-loving' pal

Friends and family are to complete a 23km run over 23 days in memory of their pal who died while diving on holiday.

Grandfather narrowly avoids horror smash

Dramatic footage reveals how a taxi driver managed to swerve out of the way after a lorry came around a corner on the wrong side of the road.

Entire garden shed pinched

A man who spent months rebuilding a shed at an allotment never got the chance to enjoy the fruits of his labour after it was swiped by thieves.

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