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Six-screen cinema, bars, restaurants, a new public square, 109-bed hotel, additional town centre parking and 140 new homes

Posted: October 17, 2017, 12:00 am

Lord Attlee treads in grandfather's footsteps to open 25 new council houses and flats at Temple Hill

Posted: July 25, 2017, 12:00 am

Don't lose your vote

Posted: July 19, 2017, 12:00 am

The terrible consequences of the fire at Grenfell Tower have shocked us all and our thoughts are with the victims, their families

Posted: June 19, 2017, 12:00 am

50 years Anniversary The Beatles Sgt Pepper Album Cover 1967

Posted: June 14, 2017, 12:00 am

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Hextable Primary School celebrates £2.6m makeover

Pupils, staff and special guests marked the official opening of Hextable Primary School’s newly extended school with singing and celebratory cake. The village school has been expanded from a two-form entry school to a three-form one in response to a need for more primary places in the Swanley and Hextable…

KCC “disappointed” at delay of planned Thameslink service to Maidstone East

Kent County Council is extremely disappointed at the announcement this week by Govia Thameslink Railway of their decision to delay even further the start of the planned new Thameslink service to Maidstone East. Once again Maidstone has been put to the back of the queue, with a delay of a…

Maidstone prison library awarded silver for reading challenge

The library at Maidstone prison has been awarded silver for a challenge to get offenders reading. Kent Libraries, Registration and Archives provides a library service in all five prisons in the county. HMP Maidstone, on County Road in the town, is designated as a Foreign National prison and houses around…

Kent county council bids to the housing infrastructure fund

Kent County Council recognises the demonstrable need for new housing within the county and continues to lobby government for its support to deliver vital infrastructure supporting suitably located, high quality development across Kent. On the 4th July 2017, the Department for Communities and Local Government launched the £2.3 billion Housing…

Puppy smuggler faces £3,000 bill after Trading Standards prosecution

A man who imported four puppies illegally into the UK faces fines and costs totalling more than £3,000, following a prosecution by KCC Trading Standards. Canterbury Magistrates found Jiri Marusinec guilty in his absence of illegally landing the pug puppies into the UK in May this year.  They were told…

Testing the temperature for pharmacy needs in Kent

How often do you use your local pharmacy? Does your town need more? These are some of the questions being put to Kent residents in a new consultation. Pharmaceutical Needs Assessments (PNAs) are used by commissioners such as Kent County Council and local NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups to identify local health…

People with a Learning Disability reminded of flu jab importance

People who have a learning disability can be more susceptible to the effects of flu and are therefore at increased risk of developing complications such as bronchitis or pneumonia. Anyone with a learning disability is entitled to receive a free vaccination.  Carers of anyone with a learning disability are also…

Kent Children’s University one of 10 organisations in UK recognised on World Kindness Day

Kent Children’s University (KCU) is one of only 10 organisations in the UK to be recognised by a charity for its positive work on World Kindness Day on Monday, November 13. The KCU scheme, which encourages children and their families to learn in fun ways outside normal school hours, received…

School scoops £500 recycling award

A school in Gravesend has won a £500 prize and been named a county recycling champion after topping the leaderboard in a home recycling challenge which involved more than 100 schools across Kent. St John’s Catholic Primary School received its prize at its very own Wastebuster assembly held this morning…

Alcohol Awareness Week raises ongoing Kent health support

Special training sessions are taking place across Kent to help frontline staff who may be in contact with people who are drinking too much alcohol. The events for professionals, including probation officers, job centre staff, careers advisors and social workers, are just one of the many support services available as…