Police warn anyone travelling to stock up on water in what is likely to be another red hot day
Theresa May comfortably won her first vote in the Commons this week over the issue of our nuclear defence programme
He will now go head-to-head with the Democrats’ Hilary Clinton ahead of the nation going to the polls on November 8
Justine Greening admitted she would be open-minded about permitting new selective state schools
Expect delays if you’re planning to travel to cross to France from Kent this weekend due to increased security and high volumes of traffic
Campaigners had hoped the introduction of a new transport secretary would stall progression of major infrastructure projects
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New figures from the Office for National Statistics show an increase in total crime of three per cent
The project has involved more than 70 conributors
Proposals for the Otterpool Park site outline the delivery of up to 12,000 homes and thousands of jobs
Lilac Sky Schools Academy Trust previously racked up a £1.63m deficit at the now-closed Furness Special School
The scheme aims to take pressure off local authorities, with Kent under particular strain
The Orchards Academy in Swanley has embraced the programme and trained 27 young people as active listeners and 12 as peer mentors
Sean O’Flanagan was jailed for two years and eight months
KCC has reduced its annual tonnage of material sent to landfill from 11 per cent in 2014/15 and is now at 4 per cent
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Kent had 435 incidents last year - the second highest in the country
Scorching temperatures set to drench county in sunshine, but warning as to the risks
Some 15 organisations have been given funding
Bluetongue is a non-contagious, insect-borne, viral disease that affects the reproduction of sheep
The Met Office predicts high temperatures could have a significant effect on health
Secamb says it is taking a number of actions including the establishment of a new patient safety and quality director role
Simon Nicholas believes the specification of lights used in Kent could put us in danger
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Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust has struck a partnership with The Health Foundation
The Hastings and Rye MP was appointed as Theresa May’s successor as she moved into 10 Downing Street this week
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HRH The Duke of Kent was among those in attendance
A car and two static caravans were also damaged
If storms hit the county it could cause problems on travel networks too, the Met Office warns
Alarming figures from Porchlight reveal young people are particularly suffering
A clinical commissioning group is urging patients to only visit their GP if absolutely necessary
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