Tributes have been paid to a long-standing parish clerk who spent 20 years dodging civil wars, coups and German bombing before being made an MBE.
The mother of one of David Fuller’s victims has called for a hospital boss to resign following an inquiry into “serious failings”.
A brewery has unveiled plans for a glazed building to create a ‘winter garden’ for customers.
A business celebrating a record-breaking year is to open a restaurant marrying its wine with locally-produced food.
A playgroup that has been running for 57 years is at a crisis point and has appealed for help to keep it open.
A high street has been closed due to a police incident with a three-mile stretch of road shut.
A council is selling two historic buildings that had been earmarked to become a museum dedicated to one of the UK's greatest architects.
Proposals for a garden village on a green belt site could be dropped in order to help a council get its threatened local plan past an inspector.
A primary school head teacher has left suddenly over the half-term break.
The vast majority of responses to plans for up to 70 homes on farmland were against the proposals – but some said “we need new homes”.
A much-loved village pond which had to be drained will be reintroducing fish into its water.
The new owner of a natural health clinic wants to re-open it as a pre-school.
A huge after-dark procession of tractors decorated with colourful lights is to return to a number of Kent villages.
Three homes were moved brick by brick 50 years ago to make space for the South East’s largest inland waterway.
Dog owners whose pets were victims of attacks by an XL Bully have reacted to the breed’s imminent ban.
Dozens of residents are protesting against plans for 120 homes on the edge of their village.
An investigation is under way after a man was seriously injured near a pub.
Police confirm a girl who disappeared from her home last week has been located.
A planning application to turn a pub which opened more than 200 years ago has been submitted to the council.
There are calls for more schools in a town left in an ‘educational cold spot’ due to a chronic shortage of options.
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