After almost 17 years, I am leaving the KM Media Group with a real sense of pride in my team, the news we produce and a company that invests in Kent.
Our audiences are inevitably interested in the big breaking stories but they are also obsessed with the day-to-day issues affecting their lives.
Police are appealing for witnesses after victim was kicked while on the floor.
Clearing out my inbox, I found a house style memo from a former chief sub and it made me smile.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a man with a scar or tattoo on his face tried to lure a young boy to his house.
Legislative change would be like still having to pay a parking fine even though you bought a pay and display ticket, says editor.
Two lanes have reopened on a major road out of Kent.
The emergency services closed a major A road to deal with an accident
The Kentish Gazette, the newspaper for Canterbury, will be 300 years old in October 2017 but how has she flourished for so long?
The mayor at the centre of the Snortgate scandal has refused to reveal the results of a probe into his conduct.
Police are hunting a thief who attacked an elderly man and stole his wallet.
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A motorcyclist has died after a crash on a major road.
You have been sending me the words and phrases you hate to see in reporters' stories.
Politicians' proposed changes to the law would be like having to pay a parking fine even though you have bought a pay and display ticket.
The boss and the Turner Contemporary gallery revealed its value to the community at a reception at the House of Commons.
Everyone who cares about good writing and the standard of journalism has words and phrases they never want to see in their publications.
Police are carrying out house-to-house inquiries after a man in his 20s was found stabbed.
A man inside a house fled when he was spotted by its occupant.
New guidance from chief coroner on how to treat the media at inquests is to be applauded.