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Shivering foals abandoned in field

Shocked, stunned and heartbroken – that’s how one animal rescuer described her feelings on seeing seven abandoned foals.

Woman hit by vehicle is airlifted to London hospital

A pedestrian has been flown to hospital after being hit by a vehicle.

Memorial for victims of tragedy

The sister of a man killed in the Hither Green train crashing is calling for a local memorial.

Bold burglary attempt on high street jewellers

A would-be thief used a power drill on the window of the town centre shop in a bid to break in.

Thieves ransack high street shop

A family business lost antiques valued at around £50,000 following an overnight raid.

Man arrested over disturbance

Police have arrested a man over reports of a disturbance in a residential area.

Historic jewellery stolen in raid

Thieves broke into an antiques shop, swiping historic jewellery and silverware.

Dad measures school bus routes as KCC refuses to pay fare

A father has attacked the “unfair” rules that have seen his 11-year-old daughter denied free bus travel to school.

Family's tribute to beloved Gillian who died in boat crash

A mother who was killed in a boat crash in Brazil will be remembered in an African school where she has classrooms dedicated to her.

Two detained after immigration raid at Indian restaurant

An immigration raid at an Indian restaurant has resulted in two workers being detained

Two treated after workshop blaze

Two people were treated by ambulance crews after a fire broke out in a workshop.

Web paedophile blackmailed by victim

A pervert who was blackmailed by one of his victims after grooming children over Skype has been handed a 13-year sentence.

Man charged with multiple fraud offences

A 35-year-old man has been charged with a string of fraud offences across the country.

Like Waiting for Godot...

When a drama society auditioned for parts in a play - Absent Friends - little did they realise how true that might be.

Landlord loses battle over pink pub

A petition signed by 500 people was not enough to save a bar from losing its distinctive colour that was popular with locals.

Bricks tribute to war dead sparks outrage

A senior official has defended a project to commemorate people who served in the armed forces amid claims it has dishonoured those killed in battle.

Police investigate sexual assault in graveyard

A graveyard in Kent has been taped off after a report of a sexual assault against a woman.

Youngsters take on African lion

Players from a junior football team lined up against what was surely their most difficult opponent to date - one of the world's strongest animals.

Boy writes to Queen about new homes plan

An eight-year-old is leading the fight against proposals to build 350 houses on fields that are popular with dog walkers.

Town hall damaged following collision

A driver crashed a car into the wall of a town hall and left the scene - before apparently returning to collect it the next morning.

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