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Friday, October 20, 2017

Strong winds could impact driving conditions

More than 200 attended a glitzy ceremony at Ashford International Hotel on Monday

The foreign secretary welcomed allies to Chevening House near Sevenoaks

Last month, the service parodying the Stephen King thriller, IT

Disruption is expected until lunchtime today

Over 500 vacancies for governors currently across the county, organisation claims

A consultation into the proposals launches today

Displays will start from November 3 this year

Parents and children will start receiving the results of the test on Thursday, October 12

He repeatedly ignored advice - and the complaints of neighbours - now he’s paying a heavy price

He led them to overwhelming success in this year’s local elections

The motorway was closed for almost eight hours following the crash on Friday morning

The incident happened on Wednesday

Officers will follow a training plan over the coming weeks and months

Motorway is now fully reopened following hours of disruption

As pressure grows, bookmakers have revealed who they think will become next Tory leader

Bomb disposal experts and emergency crews were called after find in back garden

Secamb has been hit by a series of scandals over the last two years

The figure is down on 2015/16 but is set to increase next year after members voted for a 15% pay rise earlier this summer

Great news for school children using the bus as restrictions are lifted

Mr Bolton defied the odds to be elected Ukip leader at its conference in Torquay on Friday

Staff at Westerham Place care home threw a party for the popular resident

One driver was also spotted hitting a top speed of 150mph on the M25

It emerged in June that the force was only correctly recording around 84 per cent of reported crimes

It has spent £2.7m so far this year and weather permitting will continue until the end of the year

Work was supposed to finish at 7.30am

The weather has also presented challenges for growers across the county

The company racked up more written complaints than any other for the fifth consecutive year

Glenn Douglas is taking up the post of CEO at the Kent and Medway Sustainability and Transformation Partnership

There were 762 recorded complaints in the county last year

Police are urging residents to keep their homes secure

Chiefs say staff shortages combined with continued increases in demand are responsible for the high spending

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