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Lib Dems choose their man

Lib Dems choose their man

12 November 2019

French-born Ben Chapelard is ideally suited to fight for Remain with the Liberal Democrats.

Yalding 'heading for grid-lock'

Yalding 'heading for grid-lock'

12 November 2019

Neighbours opposed to a scheme to redevelop the Syngenta site in Yalding as a business park say it could contaminate the River Medway.

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A truly traditional Christmas

A truly traditional Christmas

11 November 2019

National Trust properties across the county start their traditional festive events, markets and workshops soon. Here's our guide:

Chimney sweep reminder after blaze

Chimney sweep reminder after blaze

10 November 2019

Now is the time to get your chimney's swept, Kent Fire & Rescue say after a blaze broke out earlier today

Young singer releases third single

Young singer releases third single

10 November 2019

Music teacher says singer-songwriter Elo Quitmann was "spine-tingling" from the first.

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Where to see the parades

Where to see the parades

09 November 2019

Tomorrow we bow our heads and remember those who died for us.

Ex-landlord's racist rant caught on camera

Ex-landlord's racist rant caught on camera

09 November 2019

Multi-millionaire property mogul Fergus Wilson has been convicted of racial abusing a Slovakian-born parking warden who gave him a ticket.

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Free bus rides for Armed Forces

Free bus rides for Armed Forces

08 November 2019

A bus company is offeing one day of free travel to members of the Armed Forces.

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Controlling partner pushed girlfriend's head in hot oil

Controlling partner pushed girlfriend's head in hot oil

07 November 2019

A 21-year-old man has been jailed after subjecting his girlfriend to a prolonged and sustained period of abuse.

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Fourth candidate declared for upcoming General Election

Fourth candidate declared for upcoming General Election

07 November 2019

Labour have selected a former Maidstone Grammar schoolboy to take on Helen Grant for Maidstone and the Weald.

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An alpaca experience to enjoy

An alpaca experience to enjoy

07 November 2019

Kent may be far from Peru but trekking with some alpacas is a popular pastime. Here's what we thought when we tried it:

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Man to answer 12 charges at Crown Court

Man to answer 12 charges at Crown Court

06 November 2019

A man has been charged with multiple offences after a string of burglaries.

Pooch Passport launched for dog walkers

Pooch Passport launched for dog walkers

05 November 2019

Six National Trust sites in Kent have launched a passport for walking your pet dog throughout the winter - with a treat at the end.

Man dies after crash on A21

Man dies after crash on A21

31 October 2019

The driver of a lorry has died after a crash, which closed a road for more than seven hours.

Take a wintry walk in a world famous garden

Take a wintry walk in a world famous garden

31 October 2019

There may be a chill in the air, but you can still take a walk in a world famous garden.

Air ambulance called to crash

Air ambulance called to crash

30 October 2019

A road was shut in both directions after a crash involving a car and a lorry.

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27 big-budget films shot in Kent

27 big-budget films shot in Kent

30 October 2019

Take a look at the wide variety of multi-million pound movies to be filmed at locations across the county.

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Rural bus 'lifeline' protected

Rural bus 'lifeline' protected

30 October 2019

Transport for school pupils which looked under threat will still be provided after discussions between an MP and a council.

End of an era at the iconic Wheatsheaf

End of an era at the iconic Wheatsheaf

28 October 2019

A pub that has kept the local community refreshed since 1830 has closed - to make way for a roundabout.

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Kent's latest natural burial site on the way?

Kent's latest natural burial site on the way?

28 October 2019

A cemetery without gravestones and remians buried in biodegradable caskets could be coming to a village.

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