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Shed fire spreads to trees

Shed fire spreads to trees

Firefighters were called out to a shed blaze where flames had spread to trees and a neighbouring garden.

Prankster avoids jail over selfie stick robbery stunt

Prankster avoids jail over selfie stick robbery stunt

An internet prankster who staged a robbery armed with a selfie stick has avoided jail - just weeks after another stunt landed him in court.

Father savaged by dogs in dispute loses part of nose

Father savaged by dogs in dispute loses part of nose

A father of two has spoken of the horrifying moment he was savaged by two dogs that ripped part of his nose off and tore into his flesh

Excitement for opener

Excitement for opener

Daniel Bell-Drummond claims he is excited about the prospects for this season after smashing his First Class best in Kent’s final warm-up game.

Council wants to buy half of Whitefriars

Council wants to buy half of Whitefriars

A multi-million deal to purchase a 50% stake in the Whitefriars shopping centre is being considered by Canterbury City Council.

Road reopens after three-car crash

Road reopens after three-car crash

A vehicle overturned following a crash, which sparked long tailbacks.

Knife found in river in double murder probe

Knife found in river in double murder probe

Police investigating the deaths of two people who suffered fatal stab wounds have found a knife during a search of a river.

Dad rescues children after fusebox catches fire

Dad rescues children after fusebox catches fire

A man who heard a loud bang and saw a flash of flames grabbed his sleeping children and got them out of his house.

Traffic gridlock after level crossing barrier gets stuck

Traffic gridlock after level crossing barrier gets stuck

Rush hour drivers are facing delays after a level crossing barrier became stuck.

Trains suspended after lorry strikes bridge

Trains suspended after lorry strikes bridge

Railway lines were shut this afternoon after a lorry collided with a bridge.

Turner: It's now or never

Turner: It's now or never

Ray Turner says Faversham’s entire season boils down to Saturday’s game at East Grinstead.

A Hoad off My Mind: The cruelty of sport..

A Hoad off My Mind: The cruelty of sport..

KM Group sports journalist Alex Hoad looks at the cruel twists and turns of sporting chance.

Water torture for Northeast

Water torture for Northeast

Sam Northeast reflected on a nightmare few days at washed-out Worcester which he says dealt Kent’s promotion hopes a kick in the teeth.

Shoppers treated for shock as Morrisons struck by lightning

Shoppers treated for shock as Morrisons struck by lightning

Several people have been taken to hospital after a supermarket was struck by lightning.

Worcester washout for Kent

Worcester washout for Kent

Kent were forced to settle for five points from their opening Specsavers County Championship match of the season after a washout at Worcester.

Teenager charged in double murder probe

Teenager charged in double murder probe

Police investigating the suspected murders of a mum and her partner have today charged an 18-year-old woman in connection with the deaths.

Multiple crashes cause delays on A2

Multiple crashes cause delays on A2

Motorists were advised to avoid one of Kent's major road arteries after two separate crashes caused long tailbacks.

Woman hurt in footpath robbery

Woman hurt in footpath robbery

A woman in her 20s has been hurt after two men pushed her to the ground to steal her phone.

Busy road through Wincheap partly closed by car crash

Busy road through Wincheap partly closed by car crash

Police say a smash between a Peugeot and an Audi in Canterbury has resulted in minor injuries.

Two arrests after eight rescued from flats blaze

Two arrests after eight rescued from flats blaze

Two men have been quizzed by detectives following a suspected arson attack which is said to have endangered the lives of people in a block of flats.

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