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Deodorant factory faces trial over 'sickly' smell

A factory, which has been at the centre of debate for 20 years due to a sickly sweet smell it emits, is due to appear in court.

Hundreds of new homes set for Edenbridge

Up to 300 new homes could be built on an area of land in west Kent - despite concerns about the site flooding once ever five years.

Racing icon displays cars at Kent castle

One of Britain's racing greats is preparing to work with a Kent castle to present a selection of cars which played a big part in his life.

Teenager forced off the road and assaulted

A young van driver was forced off the road and assaulted by four people after crashing into a wall.

Three jailed for abusing schoolboys for decades

Three former school workers have been jailed after subjecting vulnerable young pupils to horrific sexual abuse spanning decades.

Murder accused appears in court

A man accused of murdering his father in a double stabbing has appeared at court for a hearing this morning.

Dramatic society to stage new play

An amateur dramatic society which has won a community award is preparing to stage a new production.

Police probe after man 'slashed across face'

Police remain at the scene of an alleged knife attack which left a man with a number of injuries including a deep cut to his face and a hip wound.

Hever Castle Triathlon 2015

A children's charity is encourage people to take part in the Hever Castle Triathlon this year.

Teenager found safe and well

Police have confirmed an 18-year-old from Tonbridge, missing since Friday, has now been found.

A missing Kent man has been found

A 51-year-old man missing from his Staplehurst home has been found safe.

Murder accused appears in court after double stabbing

Patrick Murphy, who is accused of murdering his father and stabbing his brother, has appeared in court but entered no pleas.

'Greatest Generation' captured at Kent school

A Kent photographer has created a unique project designed to educate children about World War Two and bring them closer to their ancestors.

Man due in court accused of stabbing dad to death

A man is due in court today charged with the murder of his father in a double stabbing that also left his brother seriously injured.

Man jailed after hooking up cannabis factory to power lines

A man has been jailed for three years after connecting overhead power lines to a cannabis factory which had been hidden in a barn.

School workers convicted of sex offences against boys

Three former child care officers facing a string historic of sexual abuse charges against vulnerable young boys at a Kent school have been convicted.

Penshurst Place to star in national TV show

A historic house in Kent - which has made appearances in a number of TV shows - is set to make another this month.

Train chaos expected as strikes announced

A number of rail services will be severely disrupted over the bank holiday weekend as a result of industrial action.

Man admits assaulting police officer

A man who admitted assaulting an officer at a Kent police station has been sentenced by magistrates.

Bosworth pleased with European Cup return

Tonbridge AC's Tom Bosworth finished in the highest-ever position by a British athlete in the men's 20km at the European Race Walking Cup.

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