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Agricultural chiefs held a meeting this week with Gareth Johnson, Damian Green, Charlie Elphicke, Craig Mackinlay, Helen Grant, Helen Whately and Kelly Tolhurst

G4S Healthcare Services took over in July as provider of free transport for people whose health means they cannot travel to their NHS appointment any other way

A woman in his 70s was checked over by paramedics

Museum currently is home to the displays featuring the original TV Bagpuss. Creator Peter Firmin has given his blessing to move

Gritter trucks will treat major roads tonight and tomorrow morning

Heavy rain and heavy traffic meant treatment was “just not possible”

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice

Will you be getting a school snow day? Here’s the place to find out

The comments were welcomed by Maidstone and the Weald MP Helen Grant

Faversham and Mid Kent MP Helen Whately admits there has been a shortage but believes the prime minister’s target is “feasible”

The prime minister plans for teachers and staff at every secondary school in the country to be offered mental health first aid training

Mobarak Mohammed is due to appear at Canterbury Crown Court on February 6

The Met Police Federation is currently asking members if they want to carry guns and tasers in a bid to combat the terror threat

KCC’s Regional Growth Fund has already supported some 242 companies in the county with £55m of loans that have created more than 2,212 jobs

The idea comes from Labour councillor Alan Baldock, who hopes to bring the initiative to the city this summer

Do you recognise these men?

It was announced last week that the popular event will move to Silverstone from 2018

The average Band D household will see a £5 rise in its council tax bill as a result of a planned 3.3 per cent increase

Motorists urged to seek alternatives to London-bound carriageway

Daren Mochrie will take over the role this year, replacing Paul Sutton who quit last year

The force has used Proceeds of Crime legislation to secure 159 successful confiscation orders against offenders

Last year there were 500 late applications out of the 17,400 families needing a school place

The sport’s first event took place at the track, located between Canterbury and Dover, in February 1967

Protests have been organised by a campaign group as prices rose across the UK

Raising a glass to 2017 as we welcome in the new year

In a special article written just for us, the Bishop of Rochester, the Right Reverend James Langstaff

We cast an eye over a remarkable 12 months which has shaken the political system and deprived us of our heroes

We cast an eye over a remarkable 12 months which has shaken the political system and deprived us of our heroes

We cast an eye over a remarkable 12 months which has shaken the political system and deprived us of our heroes

We hope you all have a wonderful festive break - and don’t forget to pick up Kent on Sunday this week!

We cast an eye over a remarkable 12 months which has shaken the political system and deprived us of our heroes

In a special Christmas message from the Bishop of Dover, the Right Reverend Trevor Willmott, looks at the challenges we face

We take a special look at one of literature’s most enduring festive offerings and just why it remains so relevant today

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