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Dads dig in at Fathers' Day lunch

Dads dig in at Fathers' Day lunch

Up to 40 dads dined with their children at a lunch held by St James the Great Academy to celebrate Father's Day.

Hole-in-one for junior golfer from Kent

Hole-in-one for junior golfer from Kent

A local youngster scored a hole-in-one at his first ever junior golf competition.

Maidstone nurse Crystal Wilson cut 31 inches of hair for charity

Maidstone nurse Crystal Wilson cut 31 inches of hair for charity

Student nurse Crystal's admiration for hospice staff prompted her into some drastic fundraising.

'Medicine mix up could have killed me'

'Medicine mix up could have killed me'

A chronically ill father claims he could have died after a drugs delivery company got into a muddle with his medication.

Police called to West Malling disturbance

Police called to West Malling disturbance

Police called to an incident in West Malling arrested a man on suspicion of causing criminal damage.

Please don't bring your trucks down here, say residents

Please don't bring your trucks down here, say residents

Residents in Wouldham fear a new "greenway" route will bring traffic chaos in its wake.

Man in 30s found dead

Man in 30s found dead

Police and ambulance crews were called after a man in his 30s was found dead in a house earlier this evening.

Family could sue for ancient right to light

Family could sue for ancient right to light

A mum is considering legal action after permission was granted to extend Aylesford Business Centre, just inches from her home.

War veteran in Youtube plea to save home from bulldozers

War veteran in Youtube plea to save home from bulldozers

A 97-year-old war veteran has taken to Youtube to save her sheltered housing complex from potential demolition.

Dog owners warned to protect against deadly virus

Dog owners warned to protect against deadly virus

The death of a puppy which contracted a lethal virus has sparked calls for more dog vaccinations in Snodland.

Man cut free from car following lorry crash

Man cut free from car following lorry crash

The driver of an Audi A3 has been cut free from his car and taken to hospital by ambulance following an accident with a lorry.

Officers given new powers to tackle nuisance bikers

Officers given new powers to tackle nuisance bikers

A dispersal area has been applied to the A20 London Road in Wrotham to help tackle anti-social motorcyclists.

Woman taken to hospital after car hits shop

Woman taken to hospital after car hits shop

A woman has been taken to hospital after the car she was driving ploughed into a shop.

M20 queues following two accidents

M20 queues following two accidents

Commuters are warned of delays this morning after a lane of the M20 was closed.

Advice on turning homes green available this weekend

Advice on turning homes green available this weekend

Free advice on how to make your home more energy efficient will be available this weekend from homeowners, environmentalists and architects.

Lorry overturns on M20

Lorry overturns on M20

An M20 slip road was partially closed for close to eight hours after a lorry overturned last night.

Two year sentence for pervert who asked a man to abuse child on webcam

Two year sentence for pervert who asked a man to abuse child on webcam

Mark Fowler, formerly from Leybourne, was sentenced today for making indecent images and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Work to start on new village and river crossing

Work to start on new village and river crossing

Developers are expected to start work this month on a £50m development with 1,000 homes.

Morris dancers visit primary school

Morris dancers visit primary school

Pupils at St George's School in Wrotham had a special visit from the Hartley Morris Men.

Appeal after dog dumped in rural lane

Appeal after dog dumped in rural lane

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a shivering, undernourished lurcher was found dumped down a rural lane.

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