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Police rescue OAP trapped in library for two hours

25 March 2017
Police rescue OAP trapped in library for two hours

A 75-year-old man has told how he was forced to call 999 after being locked in a library.

Burnt cooking sparks panic on fire-hit estate

25 March 2017
Burnt cooking sparks panic on fire-hit estate

People living on an estate hit by a devastating blaze two years ago were left shaken overnight after smoke billowed through a block of flats.

Late bid to save popular Kent festival

24 March 2017
Late bid to save popular Kent festival

A high-profile business boss has pledged money to help save a festival from being drastically scaled back following a string of complaints.

Urgent care scaled back as hospital cuts junior doctors

21 March 2017
Urgent care scaled back as hospital cuts junior doctors

Hundreds of patients will be diverted elsewhere as a Kent hospital faces losing most of its junior doctors, forcing it to scale back urgent care.

Kent MP blasts 'bizarre' sexism claims

17 March 2017
Kent MP blasts 'bizarre' sexism claims

A veteran Tory accused of making sexist comments says he is 'entirely unrepentant'.

Cyclist killed in crash was 'free spirit with gentle soul'

16 March 2017
Cyclist killed in crash was 'free spirit with gentle soul'

Friends and family have paid tribute to a talented chef who died after a collision with a van on his way home from work.

Partying Monty star riles Cathedral guests

03 March 2017
Partying Monty star riles Cathedral guests

Police were called when an ex-EastEnders actor reportedly refused to leave a posh hotel and was caught breaking a no-smoking rule in his room.

Hundreds gather to remember Del

17 February 2017
Hundreds gather to remember Del

Friends and family of a popular builder who died suddenly aged 42 have said a final farewell.

Debt collection threat over late DVDs from 1990s

13 February 2017
Debt collection threat over late DVDs from 1990s

A video shop boss has threatened film fans with debt collectors over unpaid fines on DVDs returned late last century.

Ed's Easy Diner to close branch

08 December 2016
Ed's Easy Diner to close branch

Staff at an American-themed restaurant have been told it will close its doors before Christmas.

Pilot not to blame for double death crash

07 December 2016
Pilot not to blame for double death crash

A helicopter pilot who died with a friend after his aircraft plunged into a cliff face was not in any way at fault, an inquest jury has concluded.

Man lucky to survive head-on crash meets rescuers

05 December 2016
Man lucky to survive head-on crash meets rescuers

A driver thought to have fallen asleep at the wheel has relived the horrifying moment he almost lost his life in a head-on crash with a lorry.

Prep school ordered to pull ad over Kent Test claims

18 September 2016
Prep school ordered to pull ad over Kent Test claims

A private primary school dubbed an ‘11-plus factory’ lied about its Kent Test pass rates in huge adverts plastered on buses.

Angler rushed to hospital after wounding by stingray

15 July 2016
Angler rushed to hospital after wounding by stingray

A fisherman was left with blood pouring down his arm after being stabbed by a stingray.

Fly-tipper fined thousands after leaving letters in dumped rubbish

07 July 2016
Fly-tipper fined thousands after leaving letters in dumped rubbish

A woman has been hit with a £2,100 fine after council enforcement officers found addressed envelopes in rubbish she fly-tipped.

Police warning as men crawl streets in Transit van

01 July 2016
Police warning as men crawl streets in Transit van

Two men in a white van have sparked concerns after they were seen knocking on doors and peering into homes.

'My freedom's been taken away from me'

20 June 2016
'My freedom's been taken away from me'

A teenager has told how she's frightened to be alone after being dragged into a graveyard and brutally attacked.

Crowds pack Kent's biggest Euro 2016 fanzone

13 June 2016
Crowds pack Kent's biggest Euro 2016 fanzone

Fans were in full voice as a city venue was transformed for England's clash with Russia.

City fanzone for Euro 2016

03 June 2016
City fanzone for Euro 2016

A 15ft screen will beam England matches to hundreds of football fans in Canterbury.

‘Somebody should not be able to just disappear from a ferry'

21 May 2016
‘Somebody should not be able to just disappear from a ferry'

On May 21, 2013, Richard Fearnside went to have a cigarette on the deck of a cross-Channel ferry. It was the last time he was ever seen.

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