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Reports say a large sum of money was stolen from a store in Twisden Road

Mobile app

Instagram, also owned by Mr Zuckerberg, has demanded Danny Lucas change the name of his innovative app


Comes as part of countywide bid to make our roads safer as part of European initiative

Bus stop

To help families spread the price, they can split payment into two half-yearly passes at £135


The doctors are taking action on Tuesday and Wednesday in opposition to proposed new contracts

Penshurst Place, near Tonbridge

The first episode of The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses airs on Saturday, May 7 on BBC Two

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Let us know who you intend to vote for - links to profiles of ALL the candidates included


Wintry showers are being predicted this week

Prince @ Hop Farm Festival 2011

The $1 million show was his one and only UK festival performance

Fergus Wilson

His application for a judicial review at the High Court on Thursday but a ruling was made in favour of Dover District Council

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It comes following an investigation by the Information Commissioner’s Office


Motorists are advised to allow extra time for their journeys

Kent residents host street party for Queen's Jubilee last year

Local authorities say the bigger celebrations will come in June

James Brokenshire (photo: Arnaud Stephenson)

James Brokenshire revealed that last year there was a total of 3,043 asylum applications from unaccompanied under 18s

NSPCC want all Kent PCC candidates to support its latest campaign

Comes ahead of the elections in May which will see Ann Barnes replacement elected to office

Timothy Brierley in Calais

Timothy Brierley, 54, underwent a standard gall bladder removal procedure in France

School decision day

But around four per cent failed to get any of their choices

Ann Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner,

Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner has called on her successor to keep the pressure on the Home Office

Ann Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner,

Six candidates are vying for the role

Customers browsing in Eldica

Chris Britcher speaks to the man who brought the initiative to our shores

Legal impact of a possible Brexit

Sunday, April 10, 2016
EU flag

Academic David Radlett from the University of Kent takes a look at the issues of how the EU impacts on our laws.

pothole on the road

KCC says there is still a hole to fill after £2m was slashed from the local authority’s budget

Gurvinder Sandher

Mr Sandher is standing as an independent candidate

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Have your say on this week’s topical issue

Doctor writing

Consultants and other non-trainee doctors have been brought in to cover the junior doctors’ usual duties

Police sirens

Glebs Mackevics, 24, of Kingsley Road, was also charged with the theft of DVDs from a High Street shop

Woman on phone while driving

Comes in the month a major awareness campaign is launched to crack down on dangerous driving habit

Landowners and rural business organisations in call for new Kent PCC to tackle mounting concerns

Adrian Moon

Adrian Karim Moon strangled and head-butted a woman

Hadlow College in Hadlow in Kent. Photo: Ellie Hoskins

When acquired by the Hadlow Group in August 2014, the then-K College was rated ‘inadequate’

Greg James Coppafeel! patron

The charity run takes place in May

Chancellor George Osborne has announced his eighth budget (Pic: PA/Yui Mok)

Plans to turn all schools into academies were announced last month

Police station maidstone

The figures were announced today (Wednesday)

Tonbridge and Malling council received complaints from a resident

The emails offer to set up a direct debit to pay council tax

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