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Church was targeted twice by thieves

Church was targeted twice by thieves

A man has been arrested after lead was stolen from the roof of St Mary and All Saints Church in Boxley.

Tory group on Maidstone council gains new recruit

Tory group on Maidstone council gains new recruit

The Conservative group has gained a member ahead of crucial vote to elect a new Maidstone council leader on Saturday.

LMA award for Still

LMA award for Still

Maidstone head of football John Still has received an award from the League Managers’ Association.

Pigott: I can't see past Jay

Pigott: I can't see past Jay

Joe Pigott believes Jay Saunders should be back in charge at Maidstone.

Minister 'must' face rail service questions

Minister 'must' face rail service questions

The rail minister has been invited to Kent as fears continue to grow about delays to a much-anticipated train link to London.

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Grandad admits defeat after week-long battle in tent

Grandad admits defeat after week-long battle in tent

A "fire hero" who moved into a tent in front of the house he was evicted from after 17 years has left after being served a court order.

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Four in court after brawl at baby's inquest

Four in court after brawl at baby's inquest

A group of men have appeared before magistrates after a fight broke out at coroner's court.

Cancelled prom is back on

Cancelled prom is back on

A replacement prom is being organised after a school cancelled the end-of-year blow-out following dangerous 'pranks.'

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Proms in the Park details revealed

Proms in the Park details revealed

Everything you need to know about a popular and varied musical event.

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England's largest vineyard planted in Kent

England's largest vineyard planted in Kent

Chapel Down, the Kentish drinks company, has cemented its place as England’s largest winemaker by planting the nation's biggest vineyard in Kent.

Piers Morgan donates £1,000 after Big Ben costume found

Piers Morgan donates £1,000 after Big Ben costume found

Presenter and former editor Piers Morgan has stayed true to his word and donated £1,000 to a marathon runner.

Man's extraordinary life revealed after death

Man's extraordinary life revealed after death

A man who died of a catastrophic brain injury was a WW2 bomber gunner, RAF policeman, country steward, and farmer.

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Steve Watt: Water under the Bridge

Steve Watt: Water under the Bridge

Steve Watt is on the podcast talking Chelsea, Maidstone and how his first manager's job ended up with two of his own players fighting.

HGV trainer still going strong aged 82

HGV trainer still going strong aged 82

A man who has taught thousands of HGV drivers is still getting behind the wheel of his lorries aged 82.

Stones sign striker

Stones sign striker

Maidstone have signed striker Ibrahim Olutade from Leatherhead on a two-year contract.

Magistrate to take on top judge over gay adoption sacking

Magistrate to take on top judge over gay adoption sacking

An appeal against the sacking of a former magistrate, struck off for his views on the adoption of children by gay couples, will be heard this week.

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M20 lorry crash causes hour long delays

M20 lorry crash causes hour long delays

Drivers had to contend with major jams after an HGV collision.

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'Hero' living in tent after being evicted

'Hero' living in tent after being evicted

A grandfather hailed as a hero for saving his neighbours from a house fire is now living in a tent having been evicted from his home of 17 years.

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Long queues and prescription backlog at chemist

Long queues and prescription backlog at chemist

LloydsPharmacy has apologised after one of its chemists suffered with a backlog of prescriptions and serious staffing problems.

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Bright spark driver caught doing 100mph

Bright spark driver caught doing 100mph

A driver was caught doing more than 100mph in a 50mph zone - after being spotted by police because his exhaust pipe was sparking on the ground.

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