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Veteran fireman signs off after 30 life-saving years

07 January 2017
Veteran fireman signs off after 30 life-saving years

From fighting fires to rescuing cats, one man has seen it all in a long and rewarding career.

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Cast of panto are walking tall

31 December 2016
Cast of panto are walking tall

A charity's festive production has been impressing sell-out crowds.

Job figures not so grim, say experts

31 December 2016
Job figures not so grim, say experts

The statistics might show that the number of unemployed is on the rise, but it's not as bad as it looks, according to the experts.

Patients missing appointments cost hospital trust £4 million

29 December 2016
Patients missing appointments cost hospital trust £4 million

A trust is counting the cost after missed appointments left it with a £4m bill.

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Bad tidings for police as Christmas Eve crimes soar

24 December 2016
Bad tidings for police as Christmas Eve crimes soar

While most spend Christmas Eve relaxing with family, many are victims of crime or facing the night in a police cell as the number of arrests soars.

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Sobering drink-drive lesson

24 December 2016
Sobering drink-drive lesson

Rescue service gives teenagers a sobering drink-drive lesson ahead of Christmas.

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This Christmas is for our beloved Daniel

23 December 2016
This Christmas is for our beloved Daniel

While the murder of Daniel Whitworth is recent news to many, this Christmas is the third his family face without their beloved boy.

Almighty bang as hit-and-run driver smashes into bollard

22 December 2016
Almighty bang as hit-and-run driver smashes into bollard

A driver crashed into a bollard causing almighty bang, before allegedly ripping off the number plate and leaving the vehicle.

£9,000 raised for family of lake victim

21 December 2016
£9,000 raised for family of lake victim

Angling enthusiast Jack Morrisson was found dead in a lake and now thousands has been raised in his memory to help his family with funeral costs.

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Road rage hammer fight caught on video

21 December 2016
Road rage hammer fight caught on video

Furious drivers brawl in the street armed with a hammer and a traffic cone - after bizarre road rage row. We speak to the man who caught it on video.

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Teens arrested after helicopter search

21 December 2016
Teens arrested after helicopter search

Three teenagers have been arrested and another is on the run after a police hunt following reports of a stolen car.

Workers 'prep' site - despite uncertain future

20 December 2016
Workers 'prep' site - despite uncertain future

People had their suspicions raised again when workers arrived on land of a pub demolished without planning permission to carry out ground surveys.

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Road safety campaign breakthrough after five deaths

13 December 2016
Road safety campaign breakthrough after five deaths

A petition to improve safety on a road which has claimed five lives is going before Kent County Council.

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Popular pub pulled down 'by mistake', planning boss admits

12 December 2016
Popular pub pulled down 'by mistake', planning boss admits

A popular pub was torn down prematurely without permission due a communication mix-up, planning consultants have admitted.

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Gravesend is a "beacon" of tolerance and racial harmony

10 December 2016
Gravesend is a "beacon" of tolerance and racial harmony

Gravesham is bucking a national trend that shows a high level of racism towards the Sikh community.

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'After 10 years of fun together, it has been devastating'

09 December 2016
'After 10 years of fun together, it has been devastating'

After her husband died from a hereditary heart disease, a devastated widow has raised thousands for the charity researching the condition.

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Burglars convicted after thefts of lorry and cars

08 December 2016
Burglars convicted after thefts of lorry and cars

Two burglars have been convicted after they stole expensive cars and a lorry following break-ins in Swanley.

Courier’s agonising wait for fracture op after crash

08 December 2016
Courier’s agonising wait for fracture op after crash

A young man was left in agony for several days and lost a stone in weight after his operation was repeatedly delayed.

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Double stabbing suspect bailed

07 December 2016
Double stabbing suspect bailed

A man arrested on suspicion of assault has been bailed after blood spilled onto the the street in a double stabbing.

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Families of serial killer's victims sue police

07 December 2016
Families of serial killer's victims sue police

Relatives of three young men who were killed by serial killer Stephen Port are suing the police force for failures in the investigation.

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