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Fog warning for Kent

28 March 2017
Fog warning for Kent

Forecasters are warning fog across Kent could cause problems on the roads.

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Crews tackle large barn fire

12 March 2017
Crews tackle large barn fire

Firefighters were called out to tackle a large blaze at a derelict barn.

UPDATE: Police reveal crash victim was from Rochester

12 February 2017
UPDATE: Police reveal crash victim was from Rochester

Police have asked for witnesses to come forward after a crash in Maidstone left a man from Rochester dead.

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VIDEO: Europe's oldest Malayan tapir celebrates 39th birthday

27 January 2017
VIDEO: Europe's oldest Malayan tapir celebrates 39th birthday

One of the world's oldest tapirs is celebrating his birthday at a Kent wild animal park.

Firefighters tackle supermarket blaze

20 December 2016
Firefighters tackle supermarket blaze

Crews were called after a fire broke out in a supermarket's plant room.

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'It isn’t the right place for people with a mental disorder'

16 November 2016
'It isn’t the right place for people with a mental disorder'

Police cells are still being used to detain suicidal people and those suffering from psychosis due to a lack of hospital spaces.

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Southeastern recruits more than 100 drivers on £50k

10 November 2016
Southeastern recruits more than 100 drivers on £50k

Kent’s biggest train operator has recruited more than 100 new drivers on an average of £50,000 a year to deal with rocketing passenger numbers.

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Quarter of Kent children live in poverty

08 November 2016
Quarter of Kent children live in poverty

Welfare cuts and rising costs have left a quarter of children in Kent living in poverty.

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Patrol cars feel the force...

21 October 2016
Patrol cars feel the force...

Twelve police patrol cars have been "totalled" in Kent in just 12 months, it's been revealed

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VIDEO: Police raid suspected brothels in slavery crackdown

18 October 2016
VIDEO: Police raid suspected brothels in slavery crackdown

Police have raided suspected brothels across the county as part of a Europe-wide crackdown on sex trafficking.

Man seriously assaulted outside newsagents

15 October 2016
Man seriously assaulted outside newsagents

Detectives with sniffer dogs are carrying out searches after reports of an assault earlier.

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Almost half in Kent don't get their five a day. Do you?

28 September 2016
Almost half in Kent don't get their five a day. Do you?

Almost half of us still aren't eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, according to research seen by KentOnline.

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Anti-social behaviour reports at two-year high

27 September 2016
Anti-social behaviour reports at two-year high

Anti-social behaviour reported to Kent Police has risen every month this year.

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Road chiefs join campaign to reduce road deaths

21 September 2016
Road chiefs join campaign to reduce road deaths

The county council and emergency services have pledged their support to a Europe-wide day of action to prevent the number of serious road accidents.

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More armed police on Kent's streets from today

19 September 2016
More armed police on Kent's streets from today

Armed police will be deployed at locations including Bluewater, Canterbury Cathedral and the Port of Dover from today.

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Emergency services put through their paces by 'massive crash'

13 September 2016
Emergency services put through their paces by 'massive crash'

Police, paramedics and firefighters have freed dozens of casualties during a training exercise.

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Mystery of man found with serious head injury

23 August 2016
Mystery of man found with serious head injury

A man was taken to hospital after being a witness reportedly put him into the recovery position

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Rail line to reopen after months of travel chaos

22 August 2016
Rail line to reopen after months of travel chaos

Rail services between Dover and Folkestone will resume in September after months of travel chaos.

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Man arrested after 34-MILE police chase

02 August 2016
Man arrested after 34-MILE police chase

The police helicopter joined the search for the man who failed to stop following a reported burglary.

What a washout!

30 June 2016
What a washout!

Forecasters have revealed it's been the tenth wettest June on record - and there's no signs of things improving.

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