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Police want to hear from anyone with information

It comes as KCC announced fresh laws to combat illegal lorry parking are set to be announced by the government

Warning of floods and lightning hitting power supplies as solid sunshine set for rude end

A number of non-selective head teachers wrote to Theresa May last year outlining opposition to the plans

The 110-ft statue divided opinion when it was first erected

Theresa May promised last year the government was working on a solution to the problem

There have been warnings of gridlock across Kent if the county isn’t ready for exiting the European Union

Council chiefs discussed options for the mural this week, which property owners say is likely to be removed and sold

The cash is being made available by HSBC

The level two alert has been triggered by a Met Office forecast of a 70 per cent chance of temperatures reaching heatwave conditions over the weekend

Some 27 candidates have sent an open letter to prime minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

The Plus service includes legal and accountancy advice, access to financial incentives, relocation support as well as specialist sector and skills expertise

The county’s fire service supports neighbouring authorities where required, but their help was not needed on this occasion

Daniel Spensley, 27, was sentenced to 14 months behind bars

Kent County Council chiefs have hailed “a fabulous result” after Ofsted today published a report into its services for vulnerable young people

Some 277 offences were logged in the county after Britain voted to leave the European Union last June

Kent Police is believed to be the virst force in the country to grant such powers

The shortfall is currently being made up by overtime shifts, but chief constable Alan Pughsley says he expects the positions to be filled swiftly

Everything you need to know as the Conservatives fail to return an overall majority

Charlie Elphicke wins for the Conservatives

Follow us here as the results roll in as part of our most comprehensive live coverage yet - and get involved using #KentElection

The district council’s cabinet meets on Monday to discuss the future of the piece which appeared in the port town last month

Richard Whitman, professor of politics and international relations at the University of Kent gives us the lowdown on today’s vote

Everything you need to know about today’s vote

Parents have until July 3 to register their children for the test

The closures are for improvement work

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning

The effigy, understood to be well over 50ft tall, has since been removed

Kent Police and British Transport Police have both issued statements

It is closed for engineering works

One of the industry’s many fears is a shortage of temporary labour

The terror threat level was reduced from ‘critical’ to ‘severe’ over the weekend

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