The Met police officer who murdered Sarah Everard is seeking to appeal his whole-life jail term.
Donations towards the family of a teenage girl killed while crossing a road have doubled over the past week.
A history author will be selling signed copies of his latest book at a heritage event.
An elderly Catholic priest is one of thee people fasting in a protest at the treatment of asylum seekers.
The parents of a teenager who died of a rare cancer will unveil a memorial bench for her on the fourth anniversary of her death.
A horse has been rescued from a water filled ditch in a muddy two-hour operation.
A ferry company is giving away thousands of tickets to NHS staff as a thank you for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
Projects that helped the public cope with life over lockdown have been celebrated at the Kent Mental Health and Wellbeing Awards.
Money has been raised for a system, to help people with disabilities, to operate a computer by eye movements rather than the hand.
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Ben Compton has signed for Kent on a two-year contract.
Batter Jack Leaning has committed his future to Kent.
The RSPCA is raising awareness of the importance of vaccinating rabbits after the owner of 25 rabbits struggled to cope with a disease outbreak.
A couple have been left heartbroken after their part-vaccinated puppy died after contracting a rare illness spread through rat urine.
We can finally reveal which pet has won October's Kent Pets Tournament - but do you think your pet has what it takes to win in November?
Wrap up tickets to that all-important family visit to see Santa with our guide to grottos across Kent this year.
Halloween-themed activities and autumnal trails are among the days out on offer at attractions across Kent this half term holidays. Here's our guide:
The young family of an incredible eight-year-old, who passed away in June, has been given a Children's Award for their exceptional courage.
KCC's economic director has suggested young people could help solve driver shortages faced by the haulage industry.
Round up of the strengths and expertise of different law firms across the county, based on the findings of respected guides by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
A guide for your future. For Year 11 students in Kent and Medway. Click here for the e-edition.
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