With many fireworks displays taking place prior to November 5th, Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) is asking people to consider moving any home bonfire parties and fireworks to a day outside the strike period which runs from 6pm Friday 31 October to 6pm Tuesday 4 November.
Dungeness B power station begins its search for the latest batch of new apprentices with an information day, for engineering hopefuls.
A new Rural Task Force dedicated to preventing and detecting crime in our rural communities has been launched by Kent Police.
The East Kent Railway Trust (EKRT), a registered charity based in Shepherdswell near Dover is in the running for a £50,000 grant from the Big Lottery and ITV’s The People’s Millions.
A 55-year-old Broadstairs man who sexually abused four young girls has been jailed at Canterbury Crown Court for 17 years.
Police officers and PCSOs in Dover will be in the lookout for anti-social behaviour as part of a clampdown on incidents reported around Halloween.
By Nick Spurrier
The Folkestone Book Festival which opens next month will be offering everything from Richard III and World War One, to Rock n Roll legends, animal sex and Lewis Dartnell's 'quickstart guide for rebooting humanity'.
A record 950 people took part in Pilgrims Hospices fundraising event Light up the City at the weekend in Canterbury and staff working for the sponsors, Furley Page, were there to show their support for the annual event.
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