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Win a VIP Father’s Day treat for your dad

 Win a VIP Father’s Day treat for your dad

07 June 2013

Tell us why your dad is the best and he could win a fantastic array of prizes from some of the best retailers at Bluewater.

Weatherman Jeremy files May report

Weatherman Jeremy files May report

06 June 2013

As we bask in the first decent sunshine in a very long time, our very own weatherman gives the lowdown on May's highs and lows

Animal pictures lead to national award

Animal pictures lead to national award

06 June 2013

A Bredgar women who draws pictures of animals has been recognised in a national event.

Tesco unveils Meopham plans

Tesco unveils Meopham plans

06 June 2013

The manager of Spar, a few doors down from the proposed Tesco, has been collecting signatures on a petition opposing the plans.

Emergency services called to shopping centre

Emergency services called to shopping centre

06 June 2013

Police were called just after 6pm to reports of a man suffering a cardiac arrest.

Store lends a hand as foodbank demand grows

Store lends a hand as foodbank demand grows

06 June 2013

A new and urgent appeal for donations has been launched by Deal Area Emergency Foodbank as more people are asking the charity for short-term help.

New Ashford snooker club will have a maximum impact

New Ashford snooker club will have a maximum impact

06 June 2013

A new snooker club is set to open its doors to customers in Ashford.

Toddler locked in car

Toddler locked in car

06 June 2013

A toddler had to be rescued by fire crews from a locked car outside a supermarket.

Post office on the move

Post office on the move

06 June 2013

A post office will be moved half a mile away up a hill despite a petition signed by 270 residents.

Hard work pays off as open day ‘buzzes’

 Hard work pays off as open day ‘buzzes’

06 June 2013

They had a mountain to climb to get everything ready – but an open day for a converted centre for young people went ahead.

'Our family meant the world to him'

'Our family meant the world to him'

06 June 2013

A family have paid an emotional tribute to a devoted father and husband... killed when his Audi smashed into a pillar.

Pastor arrested as part of Rwanda genocide investigation

Pastor arrested as part of Rwanda genocide investigation

06 June 2013

A Rwandan man - now Pastor at an Ashford church - has been quizzed as part of an investigation into the country's 1994 genocide.

Vox Pop: How Dartford made the Sixties swing

Vox Pop: How Dartford made the Sixties swing

06 June 2013

Today marks the anniversary of the death of the man who made the music of the Sixties sound so iconic – all out of a factory in Dartford.

Gold medalist to launch A Taste of Tonbridge

Gold medalist to launch A Taste of Tonbridge

06 June 2013

Dame Kelly Holmes will open a one-day festival in her hometown of Tonbridge

Long-serving magistrate will call it a day after 37 years

Long-serving magistrate will call it a day after 37 years

06 June 2013

Retiring magistrate leaves the bench in Maidstone after almost 40 years

Splats the way to do it!

Splats the way to do it!

06 June 2013

WORLD champions were crowned and a record broken in a field outside Coxheath Village Hall on Saturday.

Book shop owner is 'devastated' at having to shut down

Book shop owner is 'devastated' at having to shut down

05 June 2013

The town's independent book shop Nickel Books is set to close in October.

Round GB rowing team quit race after illness off Kent coast

Round GB rowing team quit race after illness off Kent coast

05 June 2013

Two women have been forced to quit the round Britain rowing race after being hit by sea sickness!

Sheerness flagpole campaign hits new problem – asbestos

Sheerness flagpole campaign hits new problem – asbestos

05 June 2013

A councillor campaigning for a flagpole to be installed in Sheerness has come up against another hurdle.

Vigil and walk for murdered soldier Lee Rigby

Vigil and walk for murdered soldier Lee Rigby

05 June 2013

A memorial walk and vigil to honour Lee Rigby, the soldier murdered in Woolwich, will be held on Sheppey.

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