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Latest news for Kent from bbc.co.uk

 

British Superbike champion Shane Byrne is unsure if he will race again as he recovers from crashing during testing in May.

Kent Police believe there was an incident at private address before the man was found injured.

Six fire engines are tackling a fire in two large storage units at Smarden Business Estate.

There are, as with most things in life, pros and cons to the hot weather - here are some of the winners and losers of the season.

Notorious landlord Fergus Wilson is being investigated for discrimination over the evictions.

Sqn Ldr Geoffrey Wellum, who was 18 when he joined the RAF in August 1939, dies at the age of 96.

Jordan Bailey-Mascoll will serve a minimum of 34 years in prison.

There were more than 10,000 recorded offences of stalking and harassment in England and Wales last year.

Gordon Farnes was "loved dearly" and will "always be in our hearts", his family say.

Eight people who helped others during the terror attack are among 20 honoured by the Queen for gallantry.

Millions of permits will be needed if the UK and EU do not recognise each other's driving licences.

Places with the highest premature mortality rates include Manchester, Blackpool, Middlesbrough and Hull.

Teagan Appleby, eight, suffers hundreds of seizures every day.

Tom Holden, 21, was told he might not walk again after a road accident left him with a brain injury.

A Sumatran tiger is moved to Kent as part of a breeding programme to save the rare species.

The England football team's success appears to have made more people proud to be English.

A build-up of high pressure has led to drier conditions than in previous UK scorchers in 1976 and 2013.

Leicestershire have a 45-run lead over second-placed Kent as 16 wickets fall on day one at Canterbury.

Kent batsman Heino Kuhn agrees an extended contract following a successful first season with the county.

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