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Crews were called to Marine Parade, Whitstable this morning

The non-selective Meopham School has signalled its intention to become a grammar under Theresa May’s proposals

The project impacts on all areas of the independent family business, including its historic brewery and pub signage on its 330 pubs and hotels

The event at the Guildhall takes place at 7pm on October 6

Enquiries into the incident are currently ongoing

A historian has studied how the Romans mined Kent of its natural resources to help lay the footprint of the nation’s major infrastructure

Adventurer Felicity Aston is all set to deliver a talk on her remarkable life

The joint initiative between KCC and Medway council will be available for use from Monday

Shershah Muslimyar, 20, of Hovenden Close, is due to appear at Canterbury Magistrates Court today

We spoke to the Broadstairs-based vice-chair of a controversial Jeremy Corbyn supporter group ahead of today’s Labour leadership announcement

Can you help police?

Know your limits and look out for one another, is police advice

Wingham baker will be only remaining cast member when it switches to Channel 4

Controversial findings made by team from the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology

Police are looking for a man who was carrying a rectangular red and white road sign before attacking his victim

He will deliver stinging attack during inaugural BookTrust lecture tonight (Wednesday), saying too much focus is on getting children to pass tests

A consumer watchdog revealed it received over 77 complaints per 10,000 connections in 2015/16 - more than twice the industry average

The pensioner was asked for several large amounts of money for building work

Annual campaign begins next month, but those wishing to take part are urged to sign up now

He hit a heavy goods vehicle while travelling along the A20

We’d like to hear from you if you’ve been affected by someone driving while using their mobile phone

Sharp rise in numbers of children in care is fuelling in the crisis

Have your say on the announcement this week to up our security

The Home Office has told police forces in England and Wales to boost the number of armed officers

Every district except Dover witnessed a rise in fatalities

With Labour in turmoil, Mr Farron says the Lib Dems are best placed to challenge a polarising Conservative government

A Margate academy came in for a flurry of criticism last week

It is the culmination of an 18 month campaign to commemorate the pioneer in Herne Bay

The road has been closed due to flodding

Dartford family lawyer Elizabeth Jones came in fifth place

Forecasters fear surface flooding and disruption to transport from Thursday night

The funding will allow research into ground-breaking treatments and care for mental health and dementia

Christine Dickinson of the NUT says the prime minister’s measures to increase social mobility will fail

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