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Football club introduces heart screening after player's death

A football club who lost a young player to a suspected heart attack is introducing heart screening for all players aged 14 to 35.

UK's smallest horse meets miniature friend

The UK's smallest horse, aptly named MicroDave, has been paired in an unlikely friendship with Britain's smallest pig - Bean.

Students shine at sports day

A Kent primary school has pulled out all the stops for its annual sports day, which for the first year was held on its newly built field.

Driver veers off road and ploughs into house

A car has crashed through the front window of a house after coming off a busy road.

'Stop having loud sex'

A Kent mum has written a hilarious open letter to a rather loud and amorous neighbour who kept her child awake.

Cocaine and heroin found on dealer

A drug dealer has been jailed for 18 months.

McKimm: Don't expect too much

Manager Steve McKimm says there needs to be a sense of realism about Tonbridge’s Ryman League, Premier Division chances next season.

Children's den catches fire

Firefighters have extinguished a blaze at a woodland den that is believed to have been built by children.

Best paws forward at dog show

Canine residents and their human companions are being invited to enter a number of wacky categories at an annual dog show this summer.

Man accused of making indecent child images appears in court

A man faces 20 different charges including making indecent images of children and possessing 900 pictures.

Residents warned after spate of break-ins

Police have issued a warning to residents after a spate of break-ins in recent weeks.

New industrial building given go-ahead

A new building and amendments to a busy t-junction have been given the go-ahead, despite strong public opposition.

Man convicted of drink driving despite denying offence

A man who denied drink driving has been found guilty of the offence and banned from the roads for three years.

Grammar school receives £2 million investment

A grammar school in Kent will receive a range of new facilities thanks to a £2 million investment.

'In tragedy the football world unites'

A day of remembrance has been held at a Kent football club following the tragic death of 24-year-old, Junior Dian.

Households to receive important electoral information

Households in Kent will soon receive an important form allowing them to register ahead of the next election.

Homeless charity opens new warehouse

A homeless charity which has helped thousands of vulnerable people across the county has opened a new furniture warehouse.

'His heart was pure'

The family of a young footballer who sadly died after collapsing during a pre-season match have paid an emotional tribute to him.

McKimm: I couldn't stop crying

Tonbridge boss Steve McKimm has spoken out following the tragic death of trialist Junior Dian, who collapsed on the pitch on Tuesday night.

Footballer dies after collapsing on pitch

A 24-year-old football player has died despite desperate attempts to save his life when he collapsed during a match.

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