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One of seven robbers found guilty of Britain's biggest cash heist when £53m was stolen from a Kent cash depot, could soon be moved to an open prison.
Coronavirus booster jabs are now being rolled out for more than one million Kent residents.
Town sees its first colourful celebration of popular Hindu festival.
A drone is being used by police as part of their crackdown on rural crime in part of the county.
Police would like to speak to two men after a man in his 30s was knocked unconscious during a racist attack in a fast food restaurant.
Free events for this year's Heritage Open Days this weekend range from seeing wartime graffiti, a former jail and a windmill to cooking with Spam.
One of the county's best-known travel names has been taken over as it looks to bounce back after the pandemic.
A little deer has been rescued by the RSPCA after getting her head stuck in metal railings three times in a row.
Diners in a town's latest food offering will be able to buy directly many of the locally grown products used in their meals.
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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Kent Women have become the second county side in women’s cricket to secure a 10th domestic league title, lifting the Women’s London Championship.
Darren Stevens might be 45 - but the Kent all-rounder says he is hungry for more success after helping the Spitfires to T20 Vitality Blast glory.
After some intense battles, it's finally time for you to decide who wins Kent's pet of the month – who are you voting for?
As Happy Cat Month continues a company has revealed the best tips and tricks on how to keep your feline content.
Whether you give your pooch a birthday card or take them on a lovely walk, here are things you can do to celebrate your furry friends special day.
Organisers of a Christmas exhibition are appealing for people to donate their old LEGO bricks to help build a series of festive models.
A family-run company which has been known for its local cider has also launched a range of wine, produced from a single vineyard planted a decade ago.
Youths are turning to baked beans in the latest criminal craze to hit the internet and Tik Tok, prompting warnings from police.
John Lewis is looking to recruit more than 7,000 people to festive job roles across the company, including at Waitrose supermarkets.
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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