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A stately home reopening fit for a king

16 May 2021
A stately home reopening fit for a king

The day one of Kent's historic homes reopens also marks 500 years since Henry VIII became its owner. We look at those events which still shape it now.

Four-car crash on country road

15 May 2021
Four-car crash on country road

Police and paramedics were called to a crash involving four cars, where one of the drivers had left the scene before they arrived.

CCTV released in designer sunglasses theft inquiry

15 May 2021
CCTV released in designer sunglasses theft inquiry

Police investigating the theft of designer sunglasses from a town centre store have released CCTV of two men they believe could help.

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Welcome back inside

14 May 2021
Welcome back inside

Kent's attractions are ready to welcome visitors inside again next week. From castles to clip 'n' climb centres and cinemas, here's what's reopening.

A rare find: Kent's poshest PYO

12 May 2021
A rare find: Kent's poshest PYO

Kent's PYO asparagus farm is so rare, people come from far and wide to pick theirs. But they only have until Midsummer's Eve to do it. We took a look:

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Get ready to rock out

11 May 2021
Get ready to rock out

The smash hit tour of the School of Rock musical, with songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber, is coming to a Kent theatre next year.

Rooms with a view for £800k

11 May 2021
Rooms with a view for £800k

House hunters can take in the sea air with these high-spec two & three-bedroom new homes by the coast - but the price tag could take your breath away.

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Accountancy specialist has a new base

10 May 2021
Accountancy specialist has a new base

Award-winning accountancy firm, DNS Associates, which has been providing specialist services for 15 years, has now opened a Maidstone office

Here's how you can win a new 50 inch TV

10 May 2021
Here's how you can win a new 50 inch TV

We've teamed up with a top Kent hotel to give away a £2,000 prize package which includes taking home a brand new 50 inch Smart TV. Find out more here:

Me and My Pet: 'It sounds silly but they are actually my little best mates'

10 May 2021
Me and My Pet: 'It sounds silly but they are actually my little best mates'

kmfm DJ Laura Crockett tells us all about her cockapoos Betty and Barney in our new weekly pets column.

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Rekindle summer vibes with your family tribe

10 May 2021
Rekindle summer vibes with your family tribe

Organisers of the Neverworld festival have unveiled the smaller family festival weekend on offer in a Kent woodland this summer.

Police and forensics search home in PSCO murder probe

08 May 2021
Police and forensics search home in PSCO murder probe

Police and forensics teams have cordoned off a property in connection with the death of PSCO Julia James.

Man arrested in PCSO murder inquiry

08 May 2021
Man arrested in PCSO murder inquiry

Police investigating the death of PCSO Julia James have arrested a man in connection with her murder.

Police investigate after reports of children being approached

08 May 2021
Police investigate after reports of children being approached

Police have urged the public to stay vigilant after four separate reports of children being approached in the last week, though none were harmed.

Secret wedding witnesses sought by festival organisers

07 May 2021
Secret wedding witnesses sought by festival organisers

The few people in on a celebrity's secret wedding in Kent back in the 60s are being sought for a festival which will celebrate the event next month.

The shows Kent's theatres will have for curtain up

06 May 2021
The shows Kent's theatres will have for curtain up

As the county's theatres prepare for curtain up once again, we take a look at their reopening dates and what live shows they will have for audiences.

Lake expectations for this £5.5m luxury home

04 May 2021
Lake expectations for this £5.5m luxury home

Want a home with seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and its own lake and waterfall? This Georgian-style residence in the Kent countryside has it all.

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Monsters help ease pandemic pressures for children

04 May 2021
Monsters help ease pandemic pressures for children

A mum who brought her son's drawing of a friendly monster to life has created dozens more for children to help them cope with lockdown pressures.

In the market for farmers' produce

03 May 2021
In the market for farmers' produce

Kent's farmers' markets produce fresh, local produce weekly. Former MasterChef winner and cookery writer, Julie Friend, brings us the latest news.

Trike rider in critical condition after crash

01 May 2021
Trike rider in critical condition after crash

Police are appealing for witnesses after the rider of a Talisman trike suffered serious injuries in a crash involving two other cars.

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