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Keep your bike safe this weekend

Keep your bike safe this weekend

17 July 2014

Cyclists can take extra measures to protect their bikes by attending a free security marking event held by Kent Police this weekend.

Men jailed after £10,000 bike theft spree

Men jailed after £10,000 bike theft spree

17 July 2014

Two men have been jailed after around £10,000 of bikes were stolen from railway stations.

Bank robbers jailed after blowing up ATM machine

Bank robbers jailed after blowing up ATM machine

16 July 2014

A gang of robbers has been jailed after blowing up an ATM machine and stealing thousands of pounds.

Regulars splash out for pool birthday

Regulars splash out for pool birthday

15 July 2014

A pool in Kent has celebrated its 104th birthday by holding a free party for swimmers.

Legend of the music industry dies

Legend of the music industry dies

15 July 2014

From skiffle to AC/DC, Eric Snowball saw it all.

Lanes remain closed on A21

Lanes remain closed on A21

14 July 2014

Two lanes remain closed on the A21 allowing for improvements to signage.

Possible strike action over K College job losses

Possible strike action over K College job losses

14 July 2014

The possibility of strike action over job losses at three K College sites has not been ruled out by unions.

Serve your own suds...

Serve your own suds...

14 July 2014

A Kent based business has released a new invention making it possible for people to brew their own beer.

A21 Tonbridge to Pembury work moves forward

A21 Tonbridge to Pembury work moves forward

13 July 2014

Improvements to a 2.5 mile stretch of the A21 have moved a step closer after the company that will be in charge of improvements has been announced.

Kent bank pays cost of living

Kent bank pays cost of living

13 July 2014

A bank in Kent has been recognised as one of the first employers to pay its employees an hourly rate based on the cost of living in the UK.

Thug jailed after fracturing girl's eye socket in attack

Thug jailed after fracturing girl's eye socket in attack

12 July 2014

A man who launched an unprovoked attack on a teenage girl is behind bars after knocking her unconscious.

County's prisons 'at breaking point'

County's prisons 'at breaking point'

11 July 2014

Following a spate of prison escapes, new research reveals Kent's prisons are overcrowded and understaffed.

Formal investigation started into boy hit with shotput

Formal investigation started into boy hit with shotput

11 July 2014

A formal investigation has been launched into a schoolboy who underwent surgery after being hit in the head with a shotput.

'Escaped' prisoners charged after manhunt

'Escaped' prisoners charged after manhunt

11 July 2014

Two men who 'fled' a Kent prison have been have been charged after a robbery that sparked a large manhunt.

Third arrest after 'sex assault'

Third arrest after 'sex assault'

11 July 2014

A third man has been arrested in connection with an alleged sexual assault that sparked a police helicopter search.

Leeds Castle classical concert returns for this year

Leeds Castle classical concert returns for this year

10 July 2014

A riot of patriotism returns at the weekend as the Leeds Castle Classical Concert gets underway

Recruiting medieval merchants

Recruiting medieval merchants

10 July 2014

A medieval fair being held in Kent has invited local stallholders to demonstrate their arts and crafts from the middle ages.

Parachuting pensioner receives Queen's Awarrd

Parachuting pensioner receives Queen's Awarrd

10 July 2014

An 80-year-old woman from Kent has parachuted out of a plane on her birthday, and has now been given a prestigious Queen's award.

Popular music festival returns to town

Popular music festival returns to town

09 July 2014

A popular music festival showcasing up and coming local acts is set to return this weekend.

Revealed: Kent legal highs 'capital'

Revealed: Kent legal highs 'capital'

09 July 2014

Kent's unofficial legal highs capital has been revealed... as the full breakdown of this week's raids is released.

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