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Kent Police

Detectives say they can now link six separate incidents

Ann Barnes (Channel 4)

The plan sets out her priorities for policing over the coming year

Ann Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner

The Kent Police and Crime Commissioner says she’s ‘determined’ to ensure victims of crime get the best support

A21 work

The scheme has been 20 years in the planning

Police are appealing for information.


The work is likely to disrupt travellers planning to go to London

Have you spotted any big cats in Kent?

The county is crawling with big cats if reports are to be believed

Tunbridge Wells MP Greg Clark

Tunbridge Wells MP Greg Clark spoke with Southeastern about overcrowding on the train

Callum Miller

Callum Miller was caged for seven years after the raid

Essential guide to: Fracking

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Why is it such a contentious issue

Roy Douglas (left) with Ralph Hebditch, the former chairman of the RTWSO

He was the president of the Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra from 1988

Lizzy Yarnold

The county has produced some sporting greats over the years

Kent farming has been well supported by Kcas

The Kent County Agricultural Society made the charitable donations after record financial support


Despite best efforts, many were left disappointed.

Top 11: Powerful women in Kent

Thursday, March 19, 2015
Golden girl... Lizzy Yarnold

Here is our list of influential women in the county.

smoky cloud

It is believed to have blown across Kent from the continent.

The Historic Dockyard has helped draw in crowds

The county was one of the most visited destinations in the UK

Petrol duty has been frozen

The group says the government should go further

They will be making changes to improve conditions.

Peter Andre. Picture: Eamonn McCormack/Getty Images

They will be in Medway on July 16.

They are set to perform this year.

Traffic delays on the M20 this morning

Accident slowing down motorway traffic

Roof fire in Yalding

Monday, March 16, 2015
Fire engine

Firefighters tackle blaze at flat

morning light shining into forest

The charter opened up the forest’s to the common man

Tractor ploughing field

It would come in the form of the government’s new Food Enterprise Zones


It costs the taxpayer serious amounts of cash each year

John Lewis

Staff will receive 11 per cent down from 15 per cent last year

Mother breastfeeding her baby

The county council is pushing for businesses to sign up

Simon Boughey

Simon Boughey was sentenced to two and a half years in jail after putting his victim through a ‘frightening experience’

David Squelch will appear in court today

Man Inserting Voting Paper into a Ballot Box

You cannot vote unless you are registered

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