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Head coach Walker: Don’t rule us out yet

Head coach Walker: Don’t rule us out yet

Matt Walker insists there’s still enough time for Kent to defy those who predicted they would suffer 2024 County Championship Division 1 relegation.

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Semi-naked man spotted prowling in fields evades police

Semi-naked man spotted prowling in fields evades police

A police search for a half-naked man proved fruitless after he was reportedly seen prowling fields in a village.

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Crawley’s Kent form defended by Walker

Crawley’s Kent form defended by Walker

The largely poor red-ball form of Kent’s England international batsman Zak Crawley has been defended by coach Matt Walker.

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Busy high street shut off as sinkhole back and bigger than ever

Busy high street shut off as sinkhole back and bigger than ever

Business owners are in disbelief as roadworks shut down a busy high street for the third time in a month.

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Thugs beat man with baseball bat and left him in burning flat

Thugs beat man with baseball bat and left him in burning flat

A "vulnerable" man had his flat set on fire after his neighbour and an accomplice subjected him to a vicious beating with a baseball bat.

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‘We’re just holding our breath a little bit’

‘We’re just holding our breath a little bit’

Wes Agar’s injury is set to be assessed as Kent await a fitness update on the Australian overseas fast bowler.

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Heavy final-day home defeat for Kent

Heavy final-day home defeat for Kent

Kent suffered an innings defeat to rivals Essex in County Championship Division 1 in Canterbury.

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Victorious veterans rewind the clock

Victorious veterans rewind the clock

Players representing Canterbury Hockey Club rolled back the years on their way to winning a national cup competition.

Kent show fight against Essex

Kent show fight against Essex

Joe Denly and Harry Finch led the Kent rearguard on day three of their Vitality County Championship clash with Essex at Canterbury.

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The stunning Kent walk where you can see elephants for free

The stunning Kent walk where you can see elephants for free

On another of Kent’s best walks, we traversed an ancient chalk stream, passed a medieval chapel, had lunch at a country pub - and saw some elephants!

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Hundreds rally against 2,000 home plan next to uni campus

Hundreds rally against 2,000 home plan next to uni campus

Campaigners took to the streets to voice their concerns over plans to build a “new car dependent town” on farmland next to a university campus.

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Cox puts Kent to the sword

Cox puts Kent to the sword

Jordan Cox scored a double hundred on his return to Kent as his new side Essex dominated day two of their County Championship clash.

Break-in at house under renovation

Break-in at house under renovation

A 56-year-old man has been charged following the theft of tools at a house under renovation.

Busy A-road closed due to broken-down tractor

Busy A-road closed due to broken-down tractor

Police have closed a road due to a broken-down farm vehicle which is leaking oil onto a carriageway.

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‘Closing busy A-road for 13 weeks will cause absolute chaos’

‘Closing busy A-road for 13 weeks will cause absolute chaos’

The closure of a busy A-road for 13 weeks will cause traffic “chaos” and leave children struggling to get to school, it is feared.

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Council blunder sees eight chicks die after letterbox warning ignored

Council blunder sees eight chicks die after letterbox warning ignored

Eight chicks died after a blundering council worker posted a roadworks notice into a letterbox - despite warnings the birds were nesting inside.

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Injury problems worsen at Kent

Injury problems worsen at Kent

An injury-hit Kent bowling attack was dealt another huge blow on day one of their County Championship Division 1 derby with Essex at Canterbury.

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Kent's biggest Pride festival reduced to one day due to ‘financial climate’

Kent's biggest Pride festival reduced to one day due to ‘financial climate’

The county’s largest Pride festival has been cut to one day this year after being struck by financial issues.

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Kent lose to defending T20 champions

Kent lose to defending T20 champions

Kent’s visually-impaired side lost at home to defending David Townley Memorial Twenty20 Cup winners Sussex Sharks.

Oboh shines as Crusaders hold court on national stage

Oboh shines as Crusaders hold court on national stage

Tim Oboh was Most Valuable Player as Canterbury Academy Crusaders won their first under-18 junior national basketball championship title.

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