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A decision to ban the RSPCA from taking in sick seabirds has been described as "heartbreaking".
Fed-up council bosses have removed the benches and windows from Victorian-style seaside shelters after they were once again attacked by vandals.
The first member of a herd of bison set to be introduced to Kent woodland will arrive within days, bosses have revealed.
A former P&O chef who was sacked by the ferry company is appealing for help to pay his legal fees as he prepares to sue the firm.
A resident forced to clean up after binmen who left rotten food strewn across the street says they told her: 'We aren't allowed to carry a broom!'
A recycling facility had to partially shut after a man's wedding ring slipped off his finger and became lost in a mound of paper and card.
New figures have shown ambulance response times are improving with South East Coast Ambulance Service performance ranked against other trusts.
Elderly people living in a retirement complex say they fear for their lives crossing a perilous thoroughfare.
An issue holding up major housing projects could lead to "uncontrolled development" in some areas - so what's being done to solve the problem?
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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The girls from Greenhill Gymnastics Club were in impressive form as they represented the South-East region at the British-National grade finals.
Herne Bay have announced they have re-signed Mike West permanently as the club’s plans ahead of their first Isthmian Premier season gather momentum.
Two cockerels called Paul and Barry Cluckle are looking for a home after being abandoned.
Animal charities say owners are cutting back on medical bills and pet food as the cost of living crisis squeezes budgets.
Dog owners are being told to keep their pets on leads around freshwater as the recent hot weather may increase the growth of toxic blue-green algae.
You can win family tickets, including luxury glamping and a packed line-up of music, to this year’s Gratitude Festival.
Two of the show’s best-loved dancers, Anton Du Beke and Giovanni Pernice, will join forces for a dance extravaganza.
Daredevils will get the chance to try out indoor sky diving or a giant swing at Bluewater.
Millions of workers are expected to see their take-home pay increase from this month thanks to changes to National Insurance contributions.
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.