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Explorer and presenter will hold book signing this month

Explorer and presenter will hold book signing this month

13 August 2014

A presenter and exlporer who has released a new novel will be signing copies at a Waterstones bookstore in Kent.

Paralysed former race driver opens exhibition

Paralysed former race driver opens exhibition

13 August 2014

A race driver who broke his neck and was left paralysed after an accident at a race track in Kent has opened his own art exhibition.

Wardens face axe in spending squeeze

Wardens face axe in spending squeeze

13 August 2014

The number of community wardens patrolling our streets could be slashed as KCC looks to shave £1.2m from its budget.

Charities across Kent receive donation from Kent Police

Charities across Kent receive donation from Kent Police

13 August 2014

A group of charities have been selected by police officers to receive a donation from the Kent Police property fund.

Hundreds of homes arriving in town

Hundreds of homes arriving in town

13 August 2014

A development bringing over 500 new homes to Kent has raised concerns over potential congestion issues in the local area.

Make the most of summer: Family-friendly events across Kent

Make the most of summer: Family-friendly events across Kent

13 August 2014

Surely the kids aren't bored already! There's still loads to pack in this summer including the monster trucks, den building and Herne Bay's Air Show.

New sauce brand making its way into stores

New sauce brand making its way into stores

12 August 2014

A range of home-made sauces are making their way into independent retailers across the county.

Great War supplement in the Kent Messenger this week

Great War supplement in the Kent Messenger this week

11 August 2014

The second edition of our Great War supplement appears in the Kent Messenger today.

Fallen tree causing delays

Fallen tree causing delays

11 August 2014

A tree that has fallen in Tunbridge Wells is causing delays for motorists.

Kent housebuilder receives £10m investment

Kent housebuilder receives £10m investment

11 August 2014

A Kent-based housebuilder has sealed a £10m investment deal with the help of a local law firm.

Peter Pan is coming to town

Peter Pan is coming to town

11 August 2014

Peter Pan, Captain Hook and Tinkerbell are set to take to the stage at a local theatre for an action-packed pantomime this year.

Hop Farm founder claims legal action is ‘vindictive’

Hop Farm founder claims legal action is ‘vindictive’

10 August 2014

Hop Farm Festival founder labels music licensing company that won legal action against him, stopping him from playing live music, "vindictive".

Fire service blame arsonists for shed fire

Fire service blame arsonists for shed fire

08 August 2014

Fire fighters say they have alerted police after attending a suspicious shed fire.

Child porn pervert walks free

Child porn pervert walks free

07 August 2014

A pervert who downloaded thousands of child sex abuse images has been spared jail time.

Man rescued from fire after night out

Man rescued from fire after night out

07 August 2014

A man who fell asleep cooking after a night out was rescued from a fire in his flat.

First local resident to die in World War One remembered

First local resident to die in World War One remembered

07 August 2014

A plaque has been unveiled remembering the first local resident to be killed in World War One.

Pan causes kitchen fire

Pan causes kitchen fire

07 August 2014

A pan that was stored above a hob has caught alight causing a kitchen fire.

Media agency recognised as youth-friendly business

Media agency recognised as youth-friendly business

06 August 2014

A PR and social media agency has been awarded in recognition of its friendliness towards local young people.

Fire service issues warnings after series of outdoor fires

06 August 2014

Kent Fire and Rescue Service have warned parents to check where their children are this summer following a spate of outdoor fires.

Pub landlord has jail time cut after glassing drinker

Pub landlord has jail time cut after glassing drinker

06 August 2014

A pub landlord who glassed a drinker with a champagne flute has had his jail term cut by top judges.

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