TWO crooks from Gravesend have been convicted of a fraud which cost British taxpayers almost £12 million.
18-year-olds will appear at crown court next week
William Nutt denied the crime but was convicted by a jury
Obesity has health implications for all species
Edison Mulaj, 19, charged with alleyway attack last Sunday
Tony Sefton had been one of the senior managers pushing the project forward
The development could provide up to 15,000 new homes
The county was one of the most visited destinations in the UK
The measures unveiled are likely to keep small business confident as they go forward
The Freight Transport Association says congestion will grow before it gets better
The Kent Police and Crime Commissioner says she’s ‘determined’ to ensure victims of crime get the best support
The Furness School in Swanley could be closed as soon as August
The results were released today.
Leigh University Technology College pupils in the Vex Robotics Competition
Although most have secured their first choice of school, some will be left unhappy
More than four per cent of children did not get into ANY of the four schools they had asked for
The toxic cloud from the Continent was on part of the story
She will appeal the decision
New homes for council tenants ready by September 2016
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