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Our Kent local news headlines are below, each headline links to the full story on a separate page. At Yourcounty we have been featuring a range of local news stories since the year 2000. In that time the feedback from our users has been invaluable in shaping and developing our coverage. Is there a subject you think we should be featuring more often? Our feedback details are at the foot of the page.
The local news we feature covers a wide range of subject matter from the breadth of the county. We try very hard to make the news diverse and varied. Thus reflecting the nature of the county rather than our own particular preferences. Our own coverage of Kent news covers the traditional county boundary and includes Bromley, Bexley and Medway.
Kent Local NewsAnd Features
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More Eurostar Connections From Ashford - Eurostar passengers will be able to take advantage of new direct services to the south of France from Ashford in 2015.
Law Commission Report - far-reaching recommendations for the future of divorce law in England and Wales.
Murston Community Bank - Kent's first community bank opened at the All Saints Church, Murston in Sittingbourne. It is part of the local credit union Kent Savers, and will provide savings accounts.
Newnham Court Shopping Village Scheme - The £85 million redevelopment includes a £6M road plan.
Kent Police Male Voice Choir - Charity concert comes to the Aid of St Bart’s and St Mary’s
First 24-hour Helicopter Service In The Country - Air Ambulance yesterday announced it is to become the first air ambulance in the country to launch a 24-hour Helicopter Emergency Medway Service (HEMS).
Elder Abuse Awareness Day - The London Borough of Bromley is using a day of public awareness to draw attention to the work of safeguarding vulnerable adults.
Proposed M20 Development - There is going to be a public exhibition at Waterside Park, local residents will have the opportunity to view the proposals at the Mercure Great Danes Hotel, Hollingbourne, on Wednesday 26 June, between 2pm and 8pm.
The Trinity Theatre's Big Top - Circus setting for the summer in a venue where a wonderful variety of entertainment will be played out for the whole family. Performances will run throughout the day and night alongside open air film screenings.
Historical Insights From Old Furniture - A store that recycles used furniture in Sevenoaks recently made an interesting discovery.
Overnight Safari Experience Up For Grabs- An online quiz is giving website visitors a chance to win an overnight safari experience for two at Port Lympne’s Livingstone Lodge.
Civic And Freedom Parade To Support Troops - The parade will mark the start of the new Mayor’s year and the troops will be exercising their right as Freemen of the Borough to march with bayonets fixed, colours flying and drums beating.
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Kent business news
The Kent website has been publishing local news, strange but true features as well as Kent business news and events for 15 years. We concentrate primarily on locally focussed stories directed at the Kent audience although much of our material has a universal appeal. The news coverage is a mixture of press and news releases supported by our own editorial features. We welcome submission of press and media releases.
Kent news is central to the Yourcounty coverage, we pride ourselves on publishing an eclectic mix of stories and features; from and for the local community. We welcome the submission of; news releases, stories and events for inclusion on these pages. We can't publish everything we receive but we are always looking out for relevant and interesting material. We also publish community news.
Feedback and disclaimer
Much of our local news and business news copy is written by third parties including professional journalists. We publish these features in good faith but if you spot an error or omission please let us know. Although we review news releases before we publish them, we don't endorse the opinions expressed or accuracy of information contained in them. If you have news of your own to share, simply get in touch.