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A lost cockatiel is still waiting to be claimed after stopping off at a Maidstone school

17 July 2013
A lost cockatiel is still waiting to be claimed after stopping off at a Maidstone school

Pupils at St Simon Stock School in Maidstone were delighted when a lost cockatiel flew in.

Historic will goes under the hammer in Cranbrook

16 July 2013
Historic will goes under the hammer in Cranbrook

A will written by Admiral Nelson in 1798 has gone under the hammer in Cranbrook

A car overturned on the M20 near Larkfield late last night

15 July 2013
A car overturned on the M20 near Larkfield late last night

A man was taken to hospital after his car overturned on the M20 near Larkfield late last night.

Former bank to become a pub

15 July 2013
Former bank to become a pub

A historic bank in Maidstone town centre is set to be turned into a traditional pub

Family of eight sharing one bedroom

12 July 2013
Family of eight sharing one bedroom

A cramped family of eight are begging the council for a bigger house after reaching bursting point in their one-bedroom flat.

Small blaze in a garden in Boughton Monchelsea this morning

12 July 2013
Small blaze in a garden in Boughton Monchelsea this morning

Fire crews were called after a pile of sawdust caught fire from a discarded cigarette

Record sales for this weekend's county show

10 July 2013
Record sales for this weekend's county show

Online ticket sales for the Kent County Show this weekend have been at record levels

Florists spread some joy around Tonbridge and Malling

08 July 2013
Florists spread some joy around Tonbridge and Malling

"Lonely bouquets" bring joy to strangers, thanks to West Mallling florists

Looking to win the regeneration game

05 July 2013
Looking to win the regeneration game

Councillor sets sights on one of Maidstone's busiest streets as town centre revamp continues.

Panto auditions will be held this weekend for children

04 July 2013
Panto auditions will be held this weekend for children

Youngsters can try out for the Hazlitt's pantomime this Sunday in Maidstone

Kent's police helicopter has been busy this afternoon

02 July 2013
Kent's police helicopter has been busy this afternoon

Two distraction burglars are being sought in Maidstone, with the police helicopter being called in to join the search.

Crunchie the cat looking for a home

01 July 2013
Crunchie the cat looking for a home

Cat found wandering Maidstone's streets is now looking for a new home

Bookshop's next chapter as a restaurant

30 June 2013
Bookshop's next chapter as a restaurant

All change in Maidstone as Waterstones closes down branch with DIY giant Homebase set to follow suit

Kitchen incidents lead to advice being issued by fire crews

24 June 2013
Kitchen incidents lead to advice being issued by fire crews

Fire crews were busy dealing with kitchen fires across the county, including one in Maidstone, yesterday

Choking tot saved by security guard

21 June 2013
Choking tot saved by security guard

A security guard turned lifesaver when he rushed to the rescue of a toddler who stopped breathing and turned blue in the middle of a shopping centre.

Samaritans received thousands of calls last year

21 June 2013
Samaritans received thousands of calls last year

Maidstone and Weald Samaritans received more than 12,500 calls last year.

Acne drug ban call after girl's death

20 June 2013
Acne drug ban call after girl's death

The family of a teenager who died while taking an acne drug have launched an online petition for it to be banned.

Kent's first Pink Ribbonwalk attracts hundreds

19 June 2013
Kent's first Pink Ribbonwalk attracts hundreds

Hundreds walked in memory of loved ones for a picturesque pink charity day

Art will raise funds for a charity close to creator's heart

18 June 2013
Art will raise funds for a charity close to creator's heart

Snodland-based artist Keith Barrell stages his biggest display - even though he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's three years ago

The Kent County Show will be back next month

17 June 2013
The Kent County Show will be back next month

Livestock, camels, a Spitfire and some dancing sheep - this year's Kent County Show promises a packed programme

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