Ferry firm in 322 million takeover
P&O Ferries is changing hands in a deal which will take it back under the wing of a company which owned it a decade ago.

Taste of Kent Awards 2019 finalists revealed
Brewers and butchers, pubs and producers, the country's finest food and drink businesses have been whittled down.

Sneak peek inside Kent's newest leisure centre
Muscle men and work-out women will be able to get in shape when a new 26 million leisure centre opens next week.

'Patriot' migrant watchers
A new group is monitoring migrant arrivals on dinghies.

Aldi close car park ahead of demolition and new build of supermarket
A key car park has closed while Aldi demolishes a former supermarket to build a new store in its place

Opening of 40 million museum delayed
The resignation of a senior boss has delayed the opening of a key Kent attraction.

Councils which made money by selling your data
Councils in Kent have made thousands of pounds by selling people's names and addresses from the electoral roll.

Restaurant blaze victims 'must be remembered'
People who fought flames at a tragic restaurant fire must be remembered with those who died, says an ex-fireman.

Half term fun: here's our guide
Hunt out half term fun as our guide to events across Kent takes you into the second half of the holiday week and beyond.

Man claims to be police officer during attempted burglary
A man who claimed to be a policeman has been arrested in connection with an attempted burglary.

Thirty-four migrants in one small boat
Men, women and children were rescued after being crammed in an inflatable boat.

'Migrant incident' off coast
Border Force officers are involved in a new incident involving a small vessel off the Kent coast.

Salon is a cut above the rest
Customers to a new village salon are promised the very best in styles and service now it has been awarded with 4 stars from a quality assurance guide.

Old sports centre - how it all began
A leisure centre closes today after 43 years - we look back on its beginnings.

Young girl makes strides after second walking op
A little girl who had major surgery to allow her to walk unaided has undergone a second operation.

Reduced beer prices in event of no-deal Brexit
A pub chain boss has pledged to reduce beer prices if the UK crashes out of the EU.

1.6m of school's debt wiped
The government has wiped more than half of a 3m debt belonging to a secondary school.

Questions session for ex-Green leader
Natalie Bennett will answer locals' questions during an anti-pollution fair.

Sudden death of sports-loving farmer devastates family and friends
Bill Laslett enjoyed and encouraged sports and helped create facilities now used by thousands.

'These properties blight our medieval street'
A campaigner who lives on a street of medieval homes has "reached a dead-end" in her fight to spruce up two buildings blighting the area.

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