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Daniel Fisher was convicted following a trial

'Secret agent' stalker convicted

A former PC who pretended to be an MI6 agent in a vain bid to win back his ex-girlfriend has narrowly avoided jail.


In your Kent Messenger paper

The Kent Messenger editions cover Maidstone, Malling and the Weald and feature:

  • Man run over after trying to bump start his car.
  • Spate of cat poisonings with anti freeze.
  • Officers look to reverse council decision on development.

Maidstone boss Jay Saunders with new signing Joe Anderson

Stones sign Mills replacement

Maidstone have moved quickly to replace Tom Mills by landing former Bromley left-back Joe Anderson.



Top jobs in Tunbridge Wells

1st Choice Jobs.: PR Account Manager

£25,000 - £29,000: 1st Choice Jobs.: PR Account Manager, £29k, A marketing agency based in TN3 which works with big retail brands is looking for a PR specialist. Must have 2 yrs+ exp. Eridge Green, Tunbridge Wells

1st Choice Jobs.: .NET Developer - Web Forms

£28-32k: 1st Choice Jobs.: .NET Dev - Web Forms, Tunbridge Wells, £32k. Join a busy design and development team - bespoke technology solutions. Must have exp using Web Forms Tunbridge Wells, Kent

1st Choice Jobs.: PHP Web Developer

£20,000 - £30,000: 1st Choice Jobs.: PHP Web Developer Tunbridge Wells £20-30k. Leading tour operator seeks another experienced web developer join their IT team. PHP HTML CSS MySQL JQuery Tunbridge Wells, Kent

My Kent Family


Half term happenings...

Need some inspiration for the half term holiday? Our guide to what's on in Kent for all the family is brimming with ideas - check it out.

Kent Wedding Day

An ivory Eligenza lace bridal dress by Savannah Miller. Available from debenhams.com

Say yes... to the high street dress

The top five fashion retailers for buying a wedding gown for summer 17


Pupils from St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Whitstable get ready for the KM Colour Run being staged on Sunday, June 11 at Betteshanger Country Park, near Deal.

Pupils go for gold for their school

Fifty fundraising heroes from St Mary’s Catholic Primary have signed up for the KM Colour Run to raise a record figure for their school.

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