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A man has been stabbed close to Headcorn Railway Station.
The victim was taken to a London Hospital by air ambulance following the stabbing at about 08:40 BST in Station Approach.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault and remains in police custody while detectives investigate.
A motorcyclist has died in a crash with a van in Wrotham Heath.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene on the A20 London Road, between the junctions with Seven Mile Lane and the A25 Maidstone Road.
Kent Police are appealing for witnesses after a blue Yamaha bike and a silver Vauxhall Vivaro van collided at about 05:40 BST
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Local Democracy Reporter
Councils in Kent have been promised an extra £2.6m from the government to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
Kent County Council (KCC) will receive an extra £1m, with the remainder shared between 13 other local authorities.
Conservative councillor Mike Whiting said: "Much of this money will go on communicating to the residents of Kent and business of Kent about how we are being prepared and what the likely scenarios are."
Dover District Council and Folkestone and Hythe District Council will each receive £300,000, with the other 11 councils receiving between £150,000 and £70,000.
Rob Bird, leader of KCC Liberal Democrats, said the level of funding was an "insult".
Keith Morris, the leader of Dover District Council, said it was an important boost for the town, which will "bear the brunt for any Brexit road delays".
Local government secretary Robert Jenrick said a total of £77m has been given to local councils to "prepare for our departure" from the EU.
Highways England is warning drivers to make sure trailers are secure before setting off.
Police have released an image of a man who they believe has "important information" about the theft of three mobility scooters in Kent.
Two thefts took place at a supermarket in Bridge Road, Sheerness, with a third in Sheerness High Street in July.
Kent Police said officers want to speak to the man, who they believe "has information that can be of assistance".
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A 17-year-old boy has been charged with attempted murder while eight others have also been charged in connection with a stabbing in Ramsgate in May.
A man in his 20s was stabbed in his neck and shoulder at about 03:00 BST on Sunday 12 May and was taken to a London Hospital for treatment.
The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has also been charged with grievous bodily harm and violent disorder.
Eight others were charged with grievous bodily harm and violent disorder.
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Local Democracy Reporter
The Bluewater shopping centre is set to become home to a giant adventure centre and zip-wire complex, despite scores of objections from people living nearby.
Dartford Borough Council's planners have approved the proposal, which will be built in the cliffs and surrounding parkland around the shops complex in Greenhithe, Kent.
The council received 71 letters of objection, mainly relating to noise, parking and environmental impact.
A resident who addressed the planning meeting said she feared "screaming, shouting and flying people there every day" and warned it could prove a distraction to road users in the area.
But Brian Phelps, managing director of Hangloose Adventure, the firm behind the scheme, said health and safety advice would be given to all participants and a minibus would transport them to the site.
Mr Phelps, who runs a similar initiative at Cornwall's Eden Project, said: "We are not an amusement park. It’s a good news story for the community and environment and we have subsidised rates for schools and special sessions for disabled mobility."
Unemployment in the South East was 2.9% in the three months ending June 2019.
The UK’s unemployment rate edged up slightly to 3.9%. Employment was estimated at 76.1%, the joint highest since comparative records began in 1971.
Wage growth also picked up to 3.9%, the highest rate for 11 years, however figures released last week showed the economy shrank 0.2% in the second quarter, the first fall since 2012.
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A £3,000 reward is being offered in the search for a convicted murderer on the run.
Joseph Bagley, 66, was jailed in 1978 for the killing of a taxi driver. He had been released on licence in Maidstone, Kent, but breached his curfew in May and has not been seen since.
Crimestoppers say he is considered dangerous and he is likely to have changed his appearance.
A forensic artist has compiled a number of images of how Bagley may look while people are advised not to approach him if spotted.
Officers investigating a fatal crash near Ashford have renewed their appeal for witnesses.
The two car collision took place on the A251 in Boughton Aluph near to the junction with Wye Road, at around 15.30 BST on Wednesday 31 July.
Police are now appealing for the occupants of a green Audi car, seen in the area at the time, to come forward as they may have new information.
The crash happened between a black Vauxhall Corsa, which was travelling south towards Ashford, and a black VW Passat heading in the opposite direction.
A woman in her 60s died at the scene, and a man was taken to a hospital where he is still being treated.
A further five people received medical treatment.
Sgt Peter Greaves, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “We still want to speak to anyone who may have been in the area at the time of the collision, in particular those who were reportedly travelling in a green Audi in the Canterbury direction, as they may have information which could assist our investigation.”
A man was reportedly slashed in the back with a knife as he walked along a street in Folkestone.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack, which happened at around 19:00 BST on Sunday 28 July.
It is believed that a man travelling in a white Volkswagen Polo got out of his car and assaulted a man, who was walking in Sidney Street.
Officers arrested a 26-year-old from Tooting on suspicion of assault the following evening.
He has since been released, pending further enquiries.
Police believe a number of people witnessed the assault, and anyone with information is asked to call Kent Police.
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