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Yesterday, 14:10
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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

Maidstone Crown Court
William Nutt was convicted of abusing a four-year-old boy

William Nutt denied the crime but was convicted by a jury

Maidstone Crown Court
Romeo the border collie

Obesity has health implications for all species

Edison Mulaj, 19, charged with alleyway attack last Sunday

Business

Monday, March 23, 2015
London Resort Company Holdings

Tony Sefton had been one of the senior managers pushing the project forward

The site for the Ebbsfleet garden city,

The development could provide up to 15,000 new homes

Gravesham Borough Council
The Historic Dockyard has helped draw in crowds

The county was one of the most visited destinations in the UK

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George Osborne

The measures unveiled are likely to keep small business confident as they go forward

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Dartford Crossing

The Freight Transport Association says congestion will grow before it gets better

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Crime

Yesterday, 14:10
United Kingdom

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

Maidstone Crown Court
William Nutt was convicted of abusing a four-year-old boy

William Nutt denied the crime but was convicted by a jury

Maidstone Crown Court

Edison Mulaj, 19, charged with alleyway attack last Sunday

Ann Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner

The Kent Police and Crime Commissioner says she’s ‘determined’ to ensure victims of crime get the best support

Ann Barnes

Education

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Kent County Council

The Furness School in Swanley could be closed as soon as August

Year 12 students Jack Nash and Ramal Bardouille from the Leigh University Technical College

Leigh University Technology College pupils in the Vex Robotics Competition

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KCC cabinet member for education

Although most have secured their first choice of school, some will be left unhappy

Kent County Council
School pupil

More than four per cent of children did not get into ANY of the four schools they had asked for

Politics

Sunday, March 29, 2015

The toxic cloud from the Continent was on part of the story

Janice Atkinson

She will appeal the decision

Gravesham Borough Council offices

New homes for council tenants ready by September 2016

General Election 2015

In the run up to the general election, The Reporter will be looking at our electoral wards with a guide to the candidates and the key issues. This week we highlight Dartford...

Spring in the Meopham area

Controversy is raging in Meopham over a decision by the parish council to spend more than its entire annual income refurbishing a sports pavilion writes Sarah Linney...

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