A survey of more than 500 patients has revealed that Dartford and Gravesham NHS trust is worse than others when it comes to communicating.
Traffic wardens are now to be fitted with body cameras to ‘reduce the risk of attacks’.
When an African parrot - missing for days - sauntered down a cobbled high street, it sparked a mission by our journalists to find her owners.
This image has been released after a man returned home to find a suspected burglar standing in his living room.
It's been a shirts off, legs out, ice creams in hand, red noses and sticky sun cream kind of start to the week.
They did everything they could not to break the chain, in an effort to break a world record instead.
A nurse has been suspended after failing to attend an inquest into the death of a gran who suffered a massive stroke due to errors by hospital staff.
Ideas to transform run-down Lowfield Street will go on show this weekend.
A woman who is already battling a terminal illness has discovered she also has skin cancer - and is urging others to et themselves screened.
It's been a busy week in Dartford and Gravesham, and we were at the main events. Grab a paper to spot yourself!
A school is celebrating Ofsted success, thanks to 'determined leadership' and more effective governors.
Tours of Gravesend's clock tower, built in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee, will be taking place to mark it's new makeover.
Two people have been injured in a two-car smash.
Patients can breathe a sigh of relief as a hospital has been declared free of MRSA for three months.
£215,000 investment into Gravesend’s 1887 clock tower under criticism as the area around it is notorious as a crime hot spot.
Thieves snatched two gold necklaces from around the neck of a 72-year-old woman, police have revealed.
Lighter, narrower and more manoeuvrable – a ‘mini’ fire engine has been launched into north west Kent.
Several teens have been arrested and bailed after a film emerged apparently showing people causing damage in the former temple.
The NHS has put in a planning application to turn a derelict hospital into homes.
A man in his 50s was walking home when three men reportedly wrestled him to the ground, kicked him in the back and took his watch.
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