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Heatwave alert stepped up as rail chaos looms

Heatwave alert stepped up as rail chaos looms

30 June 2015

Kent's heatwave alert has been stepped up to one below a national emergency - as rail chaos threatens in the heat.

Kent is Europe's top family holiday destination

Kent is Europe's top family holiday destination

17 June 2015

A leading travel guide has named Kent as Europe's top family holiday destination - but what makes the county so special?

Storms continue - while parts of Kent sizzle

Storms continue - while parts of Kent sizzle

05 June 2015

A Kent village is the hottest place in the UK today as parts of the county are bathed in sunshine - while others are hit by rain and thunderstorms.

Thirteen could be lucky number for Ward Children's Awards nominees

Thirteen could be lucky number for Ward Children's Awards nominees

26 May 2015

Thirteen might be an unlucky number for some but for nominees attending the 13th Ward and Partners Children’s Awards, it could prove lucky.

Kent shaken by earthquake

Kent shaken by earthquake

22 May 2015

Houses shook and windows rattled as thousands of people across Kent were woken by an earthquake.

£10million for 'better' speed cameras

£10million for 'better' speed cameras

21 May 2015

A whopping £10million is to be spent upgrading the county’s speed cameras to make them more efficient.

Search on for Kent's inspiring youngsters

Search on for Kent's inspiring youngsters

18 May 2015

We're on the lookout for an extra special group of determined and courageous Kent youngsters - to be nominated for the 2015 Children's Awards.

LIVE: General Election 2015

LIVE: General Election 2015

08 May 2015

It's all over! Follow our general election coverage as it happened throughout the night.

Parents face anxious wait over school places

Parents face anxious wait over school places

13 April 2015

Anxious parents across Kent and Medway find out which primary or junior school their child has been allocated this week - here's all you need to know.

Double trouble as baby baboons come out to play

Double trouble as baby baboons come out to play

06 April 2015

Visitors at a Kent wildlife park have got their first glimpse of two new baby gelada baboons who have come out to explore their surroundings.

Who's messed up the garden of England?

Who's messed up the garden of England?

01 April 2015

Kent is drowning in a sea of litter and our roadsides need to be cleared. If you agree, join our campaign to Clean Up Kent.

Police appeal to find missing teen

Police appeal to find missing teen

01 April 2015

Police in London have issued an appeal to find a 15-year-old girl who was last seen in Kent on Saturday, March 21.

Charities star in first Kent awards

Charities star in first Kent awards

20 March 2015

The work of voluntary organisations in Kent has been recognised at a special awards.

Win an amazing £10,000 adventure for your school or youth group

Win an amazing £10,000 adventure for your school or youth group

03 March 2015

You could win an amazing two night camping trip worth £10,000 for up to 30 children in one of our biggest-ever competitions.

Is snow on its way?

Is snow on its way?

31 January 2015

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice in the south east.

Council told to review Manston buyout

Council told to review Manston buyout

14 January 2015

A backbench committee has told leaders to rethink its decision against carrying out a compulsory purchase of the airport.

£5.7m scheme to improve traffic blackspot moves ahead

£5.7m scheme to improve traffic blackspot moves ahead

14 January 2015

County councillors have backed a scheme to ease traffic congestion around a notorious town centre gyratory system.

People told to stay away from A&E

People told to stay away from A&E

28 December 2014

Emergency health services are struggling to cope with a high number of patients across Kent.

Isla gets ahead with 3D print

Isla gets ahead with 3D print

26 December 2014

A youngster who lost an eye to cancer has become the star of this year’s Royal Institution Christmas Lectures on BBC Four.

Snow warning for Kent lifted

Snow warning for Kent lifted

26 December 2014

The Met Office has removed the snow warning for Kent...but heavy rain is still likely.

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