A depressed university student wrote a harrowing message on her wrist before taking her own life.
The skeleton of a Bronze Age man - dating back 3,500 years - has been unearthed at an ancient burial barrow.
Student Nancy Watts is quite cool about her parents being terrified when she leaps 10,000 feet from a plane: “I’ll phone them when I’ve landed.”
The liver of a driver who died with an alcohol level "in the fatal range" will be donated to help others.
A 12-year-old boy was abandoned by a bus driver because he didn't have the right fare, his family claim.
A commuter determined not to waste his time sleeping on his train journey has published a new book taking a comical look at Kent's rail users.
Once a druggie, burglar and mugger, he’s now a disciple of the church – rubbing shoulders with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
People are being urged not to give money to street beggars in a new campaign warning how donations often go on alcohol and drugs that could kill them.
A Kent schoolboy is sampling the sweet taste of success - after landing the lead role in top West End musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Women and men experiencing domestic abuse in West Kent can now phone a 24-hour helpline centre manned by volunteers.
A child sex offender's death was triggered by a superbug he was carrying before he was admitted to hospital, an inquest's ruled.
Dieting Debbie Carter battles temptation every day – she makes and sells her own chocolates, and they’re going down big in Parliament.
Kent’s first police commissioner Ann Barnes has announced her chief of staff - on a salary of £90,000.
More than 2,500 newts and tadpoles have been relocated from their motorway junction home to castle grounds... at a cost of more than £100,000.
Efficiency, reliability and cutting-edge design tends to be sewn into German DNA. Maidstone council is convinced - at least where bins are concerned.
Kent’s first police commissioner has taken a swipe at her counterparts in the UK – to justify renewing six-month contracts totalling more than £70,000
A popular mini railway has defiantly vowed to go on after thieves stole 120ft of track from Mote Park in Maidstone.
A cleaner who had to have her leg amputated after stepping off a bus onto a metal spike is set to receive substantial damages from Arriva.
Retail park given boost as toy superstore plans summer opening
A cemetery is now home to a small group of rough sleepers and their tent community.
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