Sellers benefit from high demand but first-time home buyers are left struggling
John Simmonds issues stark warning on the eve of first Tory budget since 1996
Patients and staff stuck in jams due to Kent’s traffic woes
Everything you need to know about Operation Stack
Garden designed by two students wins a gold medal - and named ‘best in show’ at prestigious event
Health advice to deal with the blistering heat
From big name music acts, to showcasing the county’s finest produce...there’s plenty to get you outdoors this summer
But it warns sizzling temperatures could be shortlived and followed by thunderstorms
Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall, Jermey Corbyn and Andy Burnham are all vying to lead the party
The roads are returning to normal after two days of chaos
Services in both west and east of the county to be hit by work which will prompt replacement buses
Millions continue to tune into the hit drama, but are we close in reality to a world which we share with life-like robots?
He performed on Friday.
They can control crowds, sniff out drugs and explosives and still remain an officer’s most loyal colleague. We meet the next generation of dogs
Bad news not just for hay fever sufferers, but those who suffer asthma too, as health chiefs issue warning to be prepared as pollen levels rocket
It is ideal for families.
He joined over 20 others in receiving an honour from Her Majesty
County councillor Trudy Dean said cuts of up to £4 million could be on their way
She has sold 10 million copies of her books worldwide.
The crackdown has also seen 12 people pick up tickets for using mobiles while driving
She praised officers for their hard work to complete tasks in ‘record quick time’
However she said there would be ‘inevitable consequences’ due to austerity
Broken-down train caused further aggro
Police are now appealing for witnesses to the ‘nasty attack’
Long term empty homes have been reduced by over 50 per cent
Eurotunnel said it had to sell up as the ‘conditions necessary to develop freely did not exist’
The college has invested £2.9 million into new training facilities
Certain areas could see high rainfall
News follows price increase
KCC want to find how ex-service men and women have adapted to Civvy Street
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