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A major long distance bike event is set to start at Higham this year.
Two men have been summonsed to appear in court in connection with a fire at a leisure centre.
A group of veteran football players from Gravesend have moved into the digital age - where every kick of the ball is monitored to record their fitness level.
Gravesham will be celebrating with traditional Chinese entertainment on February 20, to mark the start of the Chinese New Year.
Construction giant Carillion has said it has “no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect” after talks failed to find another way to deal with the company’s debts.
Fans on social media sensed a missed opportunity when they noticed defender Yado Mambo wearing the number 18 jersey
Chris Mattin trains animal lovers across Kent
The technology features over a million items from the shopping centre’s retailers
County Hall has defended the decision, insisting it is legal, ethical and generates a good return
An investigation into a robbery at the Co-op in Chastilian Road, Dartford, is being investigated by Kent Police.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two men reported being assaulted in the early hours of Christmas Day in Gravesend.
Police investigating a robbery in Gravesend have today issued a CCTV image of a man and a woman who may be able to help with their inquiries.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses and information after a man was seriously assaulted in Gravesend.
A delivery driver who grinned as he threw rocks at passing motorists while on his rounds was jailed for 10 years on Tuesday, December 19.
A children’s novelist popped into a school to chat about her popular detective books.
The donation was made to coincide with National Tree Week
Mr Moaby is currently headteacher at Whitehill Primary School
Students will spend an average of eight hours learning more about the language
Kent County Council gave approval to the plans last night
Council taxpayers in Kent could be hit by a 4.99per cent increase in their bills from April, Kent County Council announced today.
Admissions for the reception class are already open
It comes as KCC attempts to juggle a £4.5m overspend on caring for unaccompanied asylum seeking children
The defence minister admitted his behaviour, in the past, had fallen short of expected standards