Five trees removed in dog rescue at former pit
Rescuers cut down five trees and brought in a digger in a bid to rescue a terrier stuck in a badger sett at a former colliery.

22 more migrants stopped
More migrants have been stopped on their small craft in the third incident in three days.

Deal remembers
Townsfolk, young and old, stopped in their tracks to remember the war dead in an Armistice Day commemoration.

Cricket hero fired up for future career
From cricket balls to raging blazes, Ashes hero Geraint Jones has stumped us all with his latest career change announcement.

Coming of age
Eight members of a Kent ferry company's 2017 intake of apprentices have now graduated. A ceremony was held for them.

Neighbours raise alarm to fire
A couple have their neighbours to thank for raising the alarm to a fire in their garage.

Revealed: How climate-friendly is YOUR town?
An investigation has revealed the most - and least - climate-friendly parts of Kent.

Veterans to signal dropping of 750,000 poppies over White Cliffs
A veteran has described his invitation to board the plane which will drop the poppies as an "honour and a privilege"

Golf day marks Royal Marines 355th anniversary
A golf day was held to celebrate the 355th anniversary of the formation of the Royal Marines corps at the venue of next year's Open Championship

Poppy displays in Kent
In honour of those who have lost their lives in the line of duty, people have been creating poppy displays across the county.

Wife steps in to contest husband's former seat
Charlie Elphicke has stood down as candidate for his Kent constituency and his wife Natalie will contest the seat at December's general election.

20 migrants stopped in Channel
Two more boatloads, with 10 people each, have been stopped at sea and the occupants brought ashore.

Betteshanger Park reopens after travellers disruption
A country park famed for cycling is offering discounted bike hire to encourage visitors now it has reopened following a travellers incursion

Mia's poem makes chemist's WWI window display
When a 10 year-old was given a homework task to write a War poem for Remembrance she didn't know quite how many people would read it

Elphicke: 'I'm the candidate for Dover and Deal'
A Kent politician, whose future role has been speculated on, says on his website that he is a candidate.

Get bidding in aid of lights switch-on
An auction tonight will raise cash to enable a chamber of trade to put on a town's Christmas Lights switch-on event

Barbara Rae opens art show at studio
The vibrant works of Scottish artist Barbara Rae have adorned the walls of an award winning Kentish gallery...proving quite a coup for them

Fun on Winter Wonderland Ice rink
A Kent port's month-long Christmas spectacular, with an enormous ice rink, returns in just a few weeks.

Grant boosts wildlife at White Cliffs of Dover
A £2.27million grant from the People's Postcode Lottery has helped the National Trust buy land and boost wildlife on the White Cliffs of Dover

Couple receive 8th card from the Queen
75 years of marriage, eight cards from Her Majesty the Queen but only ever one love and that's for each other. Here's Percy and Jenny's story:

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