Fun on two wheels
A Cycle Celebration, with a vintage bikes show and team displays, takes place this weekend.

Fundraiser to pay for lifejackets after river tragedy
A charity fun day will be held in memory of Lucas Dobson as his parents continue their quest to raise water safety awareness.

Former Thomas Cook shop to open by end of the week
A former Thomas Cook branch will open under new ownership in a matter of days.

Bodies of migrants found on beach
The bodies of two young men believed to have been trying to cross the Channel have washed up onto a beach.

Council leader quits
The leader of a district council has quit his post for "personal reasons."

10 migrants detained in Channel
A group of people in a small boat have been intercepted by Border Force and brought to a Kent port.

New signs steer walkers away from dangerous roads
New signs will point families, walkers and cyclists away from dangerous roads and towards more scenic routes.

Three out of 10 units at a major complex still empty
A £53 million leisure and retail centre still has eight out of 26 empty units but more are expected to be filled, says the manager.

Gallery's coup of Jonathan Chritchley exhibition
It is somewhat a coup that esteemed photographer Jonathan Chritchley decided to hold his first UK exhibition in 10 years at their gallery

'I can't believe I made it'
A man with cystic fibrosis has swum, cycled and run nearly 400 miles over five days, raising more than £20,000 for two charities.

The Kent mum winning the fight against killer drug
The UK?s top police force has praised a Kent mum?s successful campaign after the number of deaths associated with a killer dug fell.

Number of migrants returned to Europe revealed
The Home Office has released figures for the number of migrants to arrive in Kent on small boats ? and the number returned to Europe.

Charity's CEO accepts invite to breast cancer ball
Baroness Delyth Morgan will join in the glitz, glamour and entertainment at a Breast Cancer Now fundraising ball in Kent.

British Legion band makes anticipated return
A triple BAFTA award winning conductor brings Central Band of the Royal British Legion back to the town where he did his military band training

999 call made by murder accused played to court
The moment the man accused of murdering his pregnant wife called police to report her missing 24 hours after she vanished has been played to a jury.

First dementia village on the way
A new centre, the first of its kind in the UK, will provide care for people in six houses and should open in December.

'Controlling' murder suspect groomed girl, 15
A woman has told a murder jury how the suspect 'groomed' her when she was a 'confused' 15-year-old.

Hunt for pair after charity boxing violence
Two men are being sought by police after two women were attacked at a nightclub's charity boxing night.

1860s weapon caused bomb scare
Experts had to be called in after a dredger accidentally picked up a potentially lethal weapon.

'I am afraid what he will do next'
The concerns a woman had about her husband before her disappearance 20 years ago have been heard in court.

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