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Former partner guilty of murder

28 October 2019
Former partner guilty of murder

39-year-old Ben Lacomba has been convicted of murdering Sarah Wellgreen, who's been missing for more than a year.

Two more arrests after 39 bodies found in lorries

25 October 2019
Two more arrests after 39 bodies found in lorries

A man and woman are in custody after 39 people were found dead in a refrigerated container.

39 bodies found in lorry

23 October 2019
39 bodies found in lorry

A man's been arrested on suspicion of murder after 39 people were found dead in the back of a lorry.

Mum's grief after six-year-old drowned at beach

22 October 2019
Mum's grief after six-year-old drowned at beach

The mum of a girl who drowned at a beach says her life has been destroyed by her daughter's death.

Football keeping children away from crime

21 October 2019
Football keeping children away from crime

A new project is aiming to stop vulnerable youngsters getting into trouble with police.

Kent MPs react to new Brexit deal

17 October 2019
Kent MPs react to new Brexit deal

Boris Johnson says a "great new" Brexit deal has been done with the EU - we've been finding out what Kent MPs think of it.

Paedophile found dead in prison cell

14 October 2019
Paedophile found dead in prison cell

A man who abused up to 200 children has reportedly been stabbed to death in jail.

Murder suspect's phone call to police

08 October 2019
Murder suspect's phone call to police

Hear the moment a man accused of murdering his former partner phoned police to report her missing.

MP's emotional speech about domestic abuse

03 October 2019
MP's emotional speech about domestic abuse

Rosie Duffield has received a standing ovation in the Commons after speaking out about being the victim of domestic abuse.

Prime Minister under fire for hospital promise

02 October 2019
Prime Minister under fire for hospital promise

The government says there are 'no immediate plans' for a new hospital in Canterbury, despite Boris Johnson saying one would be built.

Confusion over hospital plan

01 October 2019
Confusion over hospital plan

Boris Johnson has announced a new hospital will be built in Canterbury which has surprised campaigners.

Flood alerts in force across Kent

30 September 2019
Flood alerts in force across Kent

Exceptionally high tides mean parts of Kent are on flood alert.

Men jailed for blowing up cash machine

27 September 2019
Men jailed for blowing up cash machine

Two men who detonated explosives at an ATM and stole cash have been locked up for a total of 33 years.

Hundreds join protests over climate change

20 September 2019
Hundreds join protests over climate change

Climate campaigners across Kent have joined millions all over the world for protests today.

Bailiffs called 43,000 times to recover council tax

19 September 2019
Bailiffs called 43,000 times to recover council tax

Figures show the smallest debt bailiffs were asked to chase was for just £14.

Grammar school 'acting illegally'

18 September 2019
Grammar school 'acting illegally'

Campaigners are calling for an investigation into a Kent grammar school amid claims it's acting illegally.

More children being used as 'money mules'

17 September 2019
More children being used as 'money mules'

An increasing number of children in Kent are being targeted by criminals to hide money in their bank account.

Should food delivery cyclists have number plates?

16 September 2019
Should food delivery cyclists have number plates?

There are calls for Deliveroo and Uber Eats cyclists to have number plates after an elderly man was hit by one.

MP calls for ban on 'loot boxes'

12 September 2019
MP calls for ban on 'loot boxes'

A Kent MP wants children to be stopped from making in-game purchases that could lead to gambling.

Rise in child grooming cases

11 September 2019
Rise in child grooming cases

The mum of a boy who was murdered by someone he met online has spoken out about the dangers of social media.

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