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Kent TV chef Greg Wallace among celebs at Pub in the Park

Kent TV chef Greg Wallace among celebs at Pub in the Park

07 July 2018

A clutch of well-known TV chefs have helped get the second day of Pub in the Park off to a flying start

Hunt for robber who tied up woman in her own home

Hunt for robber who tied up woman in her own home

05 July 2018

A thief stole watches and jewellery in a raid on a woman's home, before making off in her Range Rover.

Body found in woodland

Body found in woodland

05 July 2018

Police attended the scene near a bypass and confirmed a man had died.

Flash flooding sparks chaos

Flash flooding sparks chaos

05 July 2018

Commuters are facing delays on the roads and rails this evening following a torrential downpour.

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Seventy years of the NHS in Kent

Seventy years of the NHS in Kent

05 July 2018

From major fires, to staff shortages, lack of funds, and haunted wards we look at how the county's NHS staff have defied the odds to deliver care.

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Robber jailed after taking taxi to scene

Robber jailed after taking taxi to scene

04 July 2018

A former manager took a taxi to a hotel where he used to work to rob it after he was threatened over crippling debts, a court heard.

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Pub in the Park comes to a back garden near you

Pub in the Park comes to a back garden near you

04 July 2018

Top chefs and the best county food and drink will be washed down with live music and a relaxed, festival feel at Pub in the Park.

Hotel which once hosted royalty appoints new manager

Hotel which once hosted royalty appoints new manager

04 July 2018

Hotel has recently had major refurbishment and is now led by former country pub boss.

Rubbish fire causes smoke damage to commercial properties

Rubbish fire causes smoke damage to commercial properties

04 July 2018

Two commercial properties have suffered smoke damage after a rubbish fire broke out.

Rubbish fire starts behind shop

Rubbish fire starts behind shop

04 July 2018

Crews were called out to a commercial property this morning where a rubbish fire had started.

Drugs arrest after spot check

Drugs arrest after spot check

03 July 2018

A man has been arrested after 30 small bags of suspected cocaine were found.

Birdsong goes with a bang - and a whimper

Birdsong goes with a bang - and a whimper

03 July 2018

Sebastian Faulk's play about the horrors of the Great War comes to life on stage at Tunbridge Wells. But don't forget our earplugs, warns John Nurden.

High street 'flasher' charged

High street 'flasher' charged

29 June 2018

A 33-year-old man has been charged with indecent exposure.

Cyclist hit while crossing the road

Cyclist hit while crossing the road

29 June 2018

Police are appealing for witnesses following a suspected hit-and-run.

Loud noises alert police to burglar

Loud noises alert police to burglar

29 June 2018

A man was caught red handed as he tried to swipe valuable items from a house undergoing renovation.

Robbery victim threatened with knife at cashpoint

Robbery victim threatened with knife at cashpoint

26 June 2018

Police are appealing for the public's help after a knifepoint robbery.

Gardener sets fire to shed while weeding

Gardener sets fire to shed while weeding

25 June 2018

Firefighters have issued a warning to gardeners after a wooden outbuilding went up in flames during weed burning.

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The first Black Deer Festival in pictures

The first Black Deer Festival in pictures

24 June 2018

The sun shone on thousands who turned out to see some 70 music acts and immerse themselves in all things Americana.

Child sex images teacher avoids jail

Child sex images teacher avoids jail

24 June 2018

A man caught with 790 illegal images on his computer has been given a chance to prove he can be rehabilitated.

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Vulnerable refugees starting new life

Vulnerable refugees starting new life

21 June 2018

Kent has welcomed seven more Syrian families this year.

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