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The Kent Police and Crime Commissioner says she’s ‘determined’ to ensure victims of crime get the best support

Care home

An inspection revealed serious failings at the home

Traffic lights

The road is under temporary traffic light control


The work is likely to disrupt travellers planning to go to London

Queen Elizabeth II is coming to Folkestone today

Planned fighter plane flypast cancelled but it didn’t dampen the crowd’s spirits

University of Kent

The university is set for a 27.3 per cent boost in its research funding

Have you spotted any big cats in Kent?

The county is crawling with big cats if reports are to be believed


Why is it such a contentious issue

Reculver Castle

The Government’s environmental adviser Natural England are asking for comments on the proposed route


The annual Tourism Symposium will start in Ashford before moving to Canterbury

Noise was one of the complaints at the house

It was finally shut after a lengthy investigation by the council

Lizzy Yarnold

The county has produced some sporting greats over the years

Traffic lights

The company will shut the road to enable them to install a new water main

Fishing rope and nets

The environmental group will call in to Whitstable, Ramsgate and Folkestone

Kent farming has been well supported by Kcas

The Kent County Agricultural Society made the charitable donations after record financial support


The operator says disruption is likely to last until 11.30am

Uplees blast Faversham

It remains a topic of debate to this day.

The Richborough Connection

He said it could crash by some 10 per cent.

B Side the C Side

It takes place next month.


Despite best efforts, many were left disappointed.

Top 11: Powerful women in Kent

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Golden girl... Lizzy Yarnold

Here is our list of influential women in the county.

smoky cloud

It is believed to have blown across Kent from the continent.

Missing Jamie Charles from Herne Bay

Officers say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the teen’s welfare


He praised the Chancellor for bringing the cash forward

The Historic Dockyard has helped draw in crowds

The county was one of the most visited destinations in the UK

Cash is pouring in to flood defence schemes

The money will accelerate a number of schemes in the region

They will be making changes to improve conditions.

Delays on A2 after accident

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

One lane closed on eastbound carriageway

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