1 hr ago | Kent Online
A serial thief with more than 100 previous convictions raided the Canterbury home of an airline pilot and stole his car while he slept.
5 hrs ago | Kent Online
A crew from Sheppey and an animal rescue unit from Faversham were sent to Capel Hill Farm, Harty Ferry Road, Harty, at 8.51am today .
9 hrs ago | News Shopper
Two men and a woman were arrested at the scene and are due to appear before magistrates on July 11. Larisa Wild, 26, of Albion Terrace, Gravesend, has been charged with two counts of common assault and two counts of assaulting a police officer.
13 hrs ago | Wimbledon Guardian
The Kodachrome 16mm film was plucked from the Wimbledon car boot sale by the son of Barry Littlechild, a film historian based in Tunbridge Wells.
14 hrs ago | Thurrock Gazette
A COMMITTEE of councillors, ministers and other officials will meet to discuss plans for a new Thames Crossing in Thurrock.
More than 800 gardens up and down the country opened for National Garden Scheme at the weekend and Chris and Judy Older welcomed former Conservative Party leader and Help the Hospices chairman, Lord Howard, to their 16th century cottage garden in the heart of the county.
Seven suspected illegal immigrants believed to have escaped from a lorry on the Isle of Sheppey have been released on bail.
Tom Graham, of Harden Road, faces a total of four charges in relation to an incident in Gravesend town centre on December 8 last year.
The National Trust looks after two of the county's best rose gardens - the Sackville-West's at Sissinghurst Castle and Lady Churchill's Rose Garden at Chartwell - and said they will look their best between this weekend and the middle of July, depending on the weather.
We are looking for an experienced Quality Assurance professional to lead, motivate and coach a team of QA Inspectors as part of our Fresh Produce QA team.
Dog owners are being asked to watch out for hedgehogs after one of the creatures was badly injured in an attack.
As at 11am the Pareora River was very high and near capacity. ECan staff and hut residents were monitoring the situation closely, with residents being ready to evacuate if necessary.
A former squaddie has told how he smashed a window and used a piece of glass to defend himself during a street punch-up in Canterbury city centre.
Maternity units are forced to shut their doors temporarily across England more than 1,000 times a year, it has been revealed.
Up to five new parish and two new town councils have been suggested as part of a community governance review for Sittingbourne and Sheppey.
Tom Redman, 80, stood down at the end of last year due to ill health after serving for 15 years.