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Unlucky for some, bingo hall up for sale

Unlucky for some, bingo hall up for sale

20 August 2014

The Gala Bingo site in Dartford has been put up for sale and is being marketed by a company which specialises in churches and places of worship.

Brands Hatch gatecrasher charged

Brands Hatch gatecrasher charged

19 August 2014

A young man who drove onto the Brands Hatch race track during a race has been charged with causing a public nuisance.

Station protests amid rail fares hike

Station protests amid rail fares hike

19 August 2014

Campaigners have staged a demonstration as figures reveal passengers will face another inflation-busting increase in fares next year.

Witnesses sought after trio seriously hurt in M25 lorry crash

Witnesses sought after trio seriously hurt in M25 lorry crash

18 August 2014

Police are seeking witnesses after three people were seriously hurt in a lorry pile-up on the M25.

Raccoon dogs found locked up in abandoned flat

Raccoon dogs found locked up in abandoned flat

18 August 2014

People are being warned against keeping raccoon dogs as pets after finding two locked up in an abandoned flat.

Arrest after Co-Op ram raid

Arrest after Co-Op ram raid

18 August 2014

Ram raiders smashed car through shop window and escaped down the wrong side of the A2.

More than 150 new homes get go-ahead

More than 150 new homes get go-ahead

18 August 2014

A Kent business park will soon welcome a new set of homes after a plot was sold to a large house building firm.

Farningham reunion to get old boys back together

Farningham reunion to get old boys back together

17 August 2014

Generations of young lads who were given a chance of a better future despite family difficulties are reuniting after years apart.

"The end of an era"

"The end of an era"

16 August 2014

Tributes have been paid after the death of one of Dartford's longest serving councillors, Cllr John Muckle.

Tile firm is looking to pick up top prize

Tile firm is looking to pick up top prize

16 August 2014

Discount Tile Supplies is hoping for a win in this year's Dartford and Gravesham Business Awards.

Cecilia retiring after 47 years

Cecilia retiring after 47 years

16 August 2014

The manager of a nursery who has taught generations of children has retired after almost 50 years.

The show is going to be wizard!

The show is going to be wizard!

15 August 2014

See the full cast for this year’s summer youth project at Dartford’s Orchard Theatre as rehearsals begin.

So much more than a councillor

So much more than a councillor

15 August 2014

The funeral of Cllr Nancy Wightman takes place today at St Mary's church, Stone, as tributes are paid by her son.

Double gold for Gemili

Double gold for Gemili

15 August 2014

Kent's Adam Gemili won gold in the 200m final and the 4x100m relay at European Championships.

Drivers still facing delays after three injured in M25 smash

Drivers still facing delays after three injured in M25 smash

14 August 2014

The M25 has fully reopened following a crash involving two lorries and a car but drivers still face long delays.

House painted like Mr Blobby in revenge prank

House painted like Mr Blobby in revenge prank

14 August 2014

A man was stunned to return from holiday to find his house had been painted bright pink with yellow spots - and the words 'Mr Blobby'.

Flasher sectioned after following children off train

Flasher sectioned after following children off train

14 August 2014

A pervert who flashed on trains - once in front of children - has been detained in hospital for mental health treatment.

A-level results in Gravesham and Dartford

A-level results in Gravesham and Dartford

14 August 2014

Our reporters and photographers have been out in Gravesend and Dartford as pupils get their A-level results

Arrest after man spotted on hotel roof

Arrest after man spotted on hotel roof

13 August 2014

A police helicopter search has ended in an arrest after a man was spotted on the roof of a town centre hotel.

Pervert whose abuse emerged after Savile ordered to pay victim £15k

Pervert whose abuse emerged after Savile ordered to pay victim £15k

12 August 2014

A man whose abuse of a young girl more than 30 years ago came to light after the Jimmy Savile case has been told to pay the victim £15,000.

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