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'I got cancer from my husband's clothes'

'I got cancer from my husband's clothes'

A woman is seeking compensation after getting cancer years after washing her husband's overalls - which she believes were covered in asbestos.

Patient dies after being denied CT scan at weekend

Patient dies after being denied CT scan at weekend

The death of a woman - who was denied a CT scan because it was the weekend - was due to failings by the hospital treating her, an inquest has heard.

Gas system sparks council HQ evacuation

Gas system sparks council HQ evacuation

The headquarters of Kent County Council were evacuated this morning after a gas system was activated.

Bus shelters return

Bus shelters return

Contractors are currently installing new bus shelters in Maidstone High Street.

Power cut hits town

Power cut hits town

A power outage affected more than 500 customers in a busy town this afternoon.

World record rowers join company to inspire women

World record rowers join company to inspire women

A motivational speaking business has partnered up with an all-female rowing team which made history after spending 257 days at sea.

Tragic biker's funeral takes place today

Tragic biker's funeral takes place today

Bikers have gathered in memory of a popular motorcyclist who died in a crash last month.

Trains delayed after 'roof blown on track'

Trains delayed after 'roof blown on track'

Stations are closed and trains cancelled as Storm Imogen causes havoc on the rail network.

Abandoned former police HQ set for redevelopment

Abandoned former police HQ set for redevelopment

The wheels are finally in motion for a project which will see a dilapidated part of a town centre redeveloped.

Stones old boy stars for Bolton

Stones old boy stars for Bolton

Former Maidstone winger Kaiyne Woolery scored an injury-time winner for Bolton Wanderers on Saturday - his first goal in professional football.

Police called after man climbs onto roof at hospital site

Police called after man climbs onto roof at hospital site

A man climbed onto the roof a busy hospital, sparking concern for his welfare.

Trust unveils new technology in fight against lung cancer

Trust unveils new technology in fight against lung cancer

State of the art GPS-like technology could help doctors detect lung diseases in early stages.

Fans petition to get reality TV star on Top Gear

Fans petition to get reality TV star on Top Gear

Thousands of people have called on BBC bosses to make a popular car enthusiast from The Undatables a presenter on the flagship program.

Revellers flock to Winter music festival

Revellers flock to Winter music festival

More than 2,000 people are flocking to the Kent Showground in Detling for the winter version of The Social.

Pre-school rating downgraded in picture dispute

Pre-school rating downgraded in picture dispute

Parents have hit back at Ofsted after it ranked a children's nursery inadequate for sending pictures to parents

Businessman torched ex-wife's nightclub in jealous rage

Businessman torched ex-wife's nightclub in jealous rage

A businessman who doused his ex-wife's nightclub in whiskey and set fire to it in a fit of jealousy has been jailed for six years.

Twin bitten on face by dog

Twin bitten on face by dog

One of these well known twins had to be taken to hospital this afternoon after being bitten on the face by a dog.

Pensioner trying to track mystery man

Pensioner trying to track mystery man

A woman is trying to find a man she met and hit it off with right away.

Police cars damaged in chase

Police cars damaged in chase

Bus passengers were delayed when a police chase ended with a crash in a country lane.

Collin: I'm still backing Stones for play-offs

Collin: I'm still backing Stones for play-offs

Striker Frannie Collin is backing Maidstone to defy their lack of goals and make the National League South play-offs after leaving the Gallagher.

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