Thousands of people turn out for Sikh celebrations
Robert Elliott paid his victim as a “reward”
Paul Jackson will spearhead the business development group
Key marginal seats could be lost according to the campaigners
It used its manifesto to outline pledges of more affordable house building and ending the right to buy
Shane Dunn called himnself ‘Gypsy Boy’ on the social network
The Gillingham care worker targeted 56-year-old professional gambler Mehmet Hassan
The wait is over for parents as primary school places are allocated by Kent County Council
Charity Dogs Trust is concerned that people are abandoning wolf type breeds
Produced in Kent will work alongside the University of Kent in a bid to Government
Medway Labour to move motion at last council meeting
Suspicions were raised after locals heard loud bangs and saw black smoke rising from the area
He made the purchase for an undisclosed sum
Kent will see the highest temperatures so far this year
No-one was injured
Highways officials are advising motorists to allow extra time in travelling near the area
Engineering works overran. All hell broke loose
The company went into administration in February
Kent Police and Crime Commissioner Ann Barnes has welcomed the new system
The deputy prime minister came to help kick off campaigning
The petition was started after KCC opened a consultation into handing over libraries to a trust
Work at busy London station over-runs from weekend
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He has warned public safety could be in jeopardy.
Health warnings have been issued.
The swing seat normally indicates which way the nation has voted
Want to throw your hat into the ring? Then hurry up
He was caught with fake brands including Superdry, Ralph Lauren and Jack Wills
The six-year-old got to meet the Easter bunny at a special event in London
Green MEP warns it causes ‘serious heart and lung problems’.
Two-car crash happened earlier this morning
Four days of intense work affected travel.
It will be opening this year.
Fans of the famous author waiting for his Gad’s Hill Place home to open fully to the public have a while longer to wait.
A new bespoke service will be provided which will help around 14,000 extra people each year