The man intervened and returned the victim’s handbag
Parents whose children didn’t get through can still appeal
15 hours a week of free childcare and education is available to parents in Kent
Engineering work will disrupt late-night trains in north Kent this week.
Officers have released an efit
See before and after pictures here.
Detectives believe the men may hold vital information
A consultation opens today and responses are welcome until the closing date on November 13
New government laws come into force today
The pair committed more than 60 offences, stealing bikes that were worth thousands of pounds
The reported attack is thought to have been carried out by two men
UK government get tough with those believed to be supporting IS
The hunt for the brothers wanted over an acid attack which could leave a woman half-blind is over after they were arrested in Kent.
Car park will be closed for up eight weeks, starting from next Monday, October 5
The fire brigade and county council’s health services will work together to provide potentially life saving advice
It was not adhering to the conditions.
Fundraisers say those in ‘the jungle’ are becoming overwhelmed by the number of cars and vans dropping off supplies to the camp
the company was fined £10,000 and forced to pay £5,000 of costs
She claimed benefits while living with professional
‘There is no hiding place,’ warn police, as they carry out enquiries in Kent.
Lanes were blocked in both directions after a crash between junctions four and five
The trust has been shortlisted in the Enhacing Care by Sharing Data and Information category in this year’s Health Service Journal awards
Stephen Anderson was charged with fraud by false representation
Campaigners have revealed how much cash KCC invests in the sector and demands it withdraws
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KCC’s team were ‘highly commended’ for its work to improve patient care and the health and wellbeing of elderly residents
The Kent Medal, Certificate of Commendation, Certificate of Congratulation and Long Service and Good Conduct medals will be presented at Oakwood House on Tuesday
Dog owners can use the service at Tesco supermarket in Sheerness on October 10
The document will appear in Sandwich before going on to Rochester Cathedral
Number of attacks on staff have doubled as prison inspector calls for “wider political and policy response”
He was told about the £650 million Chatham Waters development before being given a tour of the new University Technical College
Kent County Council encourage everyone to have their say
Fire crews were called to Magpie Hall Road in Chatham
Millions across the country will tune in and see rugby players do the Haka in front of Rochester Castle
Paul Wadkin and Jason Gomez have been sentenced for the murder of Darren Flynn
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