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Margate's 1920s Dreamland funfair, which closed in 2003, is to reopen after an £18m restoration.

The Queen unveils statues of herself and the Duke of Edinburgh at Canterbury Cathedral to mark her Diamond Jubilee.

A murder investigation is launched after an inmate was found dead at a prison in Kent.

Building inspectors visit a sinkhole in Swanley and some residents move to temporary accommodation amid subsidence fears.

The business case for a South East partnership controlling hundreds of millions of pounds of government cash was considered "weak", it emerges.

Kent MPs are among at least 86 MPs standing down at the general election, including former Tory leader William Hague.

A jeweller considers legal action against Kent Police after the force admits it has lost jewellery worth £38,000 from her shop.

The number of children living in temporary accommodation in Medway more than doubled in nine months last year, the council says.

A consultation on a new trail, stretching 25 miles (40km) along part of the Kent coast, begins.

A World War Two 1,000lb bomb is destroyed in a controlled explosion in Cliffe in Kent.

A £2.1m conservation scheme begins at a house in Kent made famous by Charles Dickens.

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Conference strugglers Dartford sign Cambridge United striker Jordan Chiedozie on loan until the end of the season.

Conference strugglers Welling United re-sign Luton Town striker Ross Lafayette on loan until the end of the season.

Lenell John-Lewis's early goal helps Grimsby maintain their push for promotion with victory at Dover.

Alfreton move five points clear of the relegation zone as Dartford remain in trouble in the Conference's bottom four.

Nicolas Hamilton, younger brother of double F1 world champion Lewis, becomes first disabled driver in the BTCC.

Conference side Dover sign former Republic of Ireland international defender Joe O'Cearuill on a short-term deal.

A campaigner has lost her fight for street lights to be turned back on immediately in Kent.

A second runway at Gatwick would have a "devastating impact" according to protesters who delivered a petition to Downing Street, but businesses say it would boost the local economy.

A protester who targeted the UKIP leader in a pub has claimed "our target was never Nigel Farage's family"

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