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Seismograph instrument recording ground motion during earthquake

Police confirm that there were no injuries reported.


Strike would have caused ‘severe impact’ on Kent services

Historic Dockyard, Chatham

Exhibition takes place at the Historic Dockyard in Chatham

Chelsea Flower Show

The show gives the green-fingered the opportunity to showcase their talent

Archbishop of Canterbury

Says churches are well-placed to help

Pilgrims Hospices chief executive, Cate Russell

Would be ‘substantially funded’ by the Tory Family Foundation Charity

Southeastern train

They will put the money saved towards network improvements.


They are urging people not to tackle nests themselves.

Plans for Kingsmead, Canterbury

Developer confirmed and plans unveiled

Food Champion Amanda Cottrell

It is being done for charity.


The county authority must wait for a new piece of legislation

A lovely labrador

Rescue charity wants to set Kent record

Kent Police

They will not accept it from June.

Police are looking for the driver and passengers of a silver Jaguar

Picture: Simon Kelsey/Praxis Design.

They hope to make travelling easier.

Kent County Council offices, Maidstone.

A public consultation is underway.

Picture: Getty Images

It is Mental Health Awareness week.

Alston poses with a dead fox

Unwitting wife accidentally turned him into police


Sentenced to five and a half years

Canterbury Cathedral

Dominant Tories gain three more seats on Canterbury City Council

South Thanet count

The results are in - click on your constituency result for FULL breakdown of votes

Julian Brazier

Conservatives hold the seat

Polling station

They are taking place now.

Could your pet pooch be a star?

The Changeling company is looking for a dog to perform in its production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona

REDDITCH, ENGLAND - MAY 06:  Ballot boxes are lined up during the 2010 General Election Count at Redditch Town Hall in the Redditch constituency of Jacqui Smith on May 6, 2010 in Redditch, England. After 5 weeks of campaigning, including the first ever live televised Leader's Debates, opinion polls suggest that the UK is facing the prospect of a hung parliament for the first time since 1974.  (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

Polling stations opened at 7am this morning

The smash took place in the Chestfield Tunnel

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