Pony spotted with horrific head wound
An ailing Exmoor pony on a clifftop is being nursed back to health.

Man's death at cliffs
Police and coastguard teams were called to search for a man who was discovered dead.

Daughter's call for more signs at scene of dad's death
The daughter of a man who died after going into the sea to save his dog has visited the scene of the incident for the first time.

Stalker was on X-Factor and Judge Rinder
A body-pumping mum who went on X-Factor and Judge Rinder has been jailed after admitting she stalked her counsellor in a three year campaign.

'Don't make it a cash cow' says MP
Nearly 300,000 in fines were imposed on motorway drivers speeding in roadworks areas.

Get your skates on
An ice rink will re-open as part of a Kent port's Christmas entertainment.

Aldi in second bid for town store
Aldi has refused to alter its plans for a supermarket in Kent by resubmitting its original application.

Return of the Unknown show will mark the centenary of the end of WWI
A former coastal railway station will stage a major regional contribution to next month?s Armistice centenary commemorations in shows over four days

Missing woman 'in need of medical attention' found
Officers who requested help in trying to locate a missing woman have confirmed she has been found.

Going down in history
We take a look at the stories behind some of Kent's most prominent ship wrecks.

Man who went into sea after dog 'could not have been saved'
A five-day inquest into the death of a man who went into the sea after his dog has concluded today with a verdict of misadventure.

UK's longest serving fireman hangs up helmet
A man believed to be the UK?s longest serving operational whole-time firefighter is hanging up his helmet after half a century.

Nineteen arrested in county lines crackdown
Police carried out raids in Kent and London and arrested 19 people on suspicion of drug offences.

Goodwin Sands - new crowdfunding appeal
Protesters against a sands dredging scheme are raising money for a judicial review.

Crack down on county lines evil, PM urged
An MP has discussed the menace of Kent drug dealing with Theresa May.

Man died trying to save his dog in sea
Harrowing audio and the testimony of RNLI volunteers is being heard at an inquest into the death of a man who tried to save his dog in rough sea

First Class school photos arrive
Our hugely popular First Class supplement, featuring pupils from the district's primary schools has appeared in The Mercury this week.

'I told him I didn't want to fight - he pummelled me in the face'
A man who took a beating to save a woman being battered in broad daylight by her abusive partner has urged others to do the same as him.

Remembrance service on Armistice centenary
A town has given details of its marking of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

Bishop of Dover to retire
The Bishop of Dover, who took aim at the Government's handling of Universal Credit this summer, has announced he is to retire after nine years.

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