The women car fans taking on the 'boy racer' stereotype.
The all-female group who adapt their cars are challenging the "boy racer" stereotypes.
A record label is trying to find somebody called Bing Crosby who is registered as living in Kent.
Decca Records said they are aware of three people in the UK with the same name as the "White Christmas" singer, one of whom lives in Kent.
It placed an advert in the Kent Messenger, promising a "five-star Christmas lunch" to anyone who could provide a birth certificate bearing the name "Bing Crosby".
Crosby, who also starred in dozens of films between the 1930s and 70s, died in 1977.
"When we discovered there were possibly three people called Bing Crosby living in the UK, it caused complete pandemonium in the office and we knew we had to do what we could to bring them together," said Tom Lewis, vice president of Decca Records, which released many of the entertainer's hits.
A digger has been used in a ram raid to steal cash from a Co-op store in Cranbrook.
The JCB was driven into the supermarket on the High Street at about 02:00 GMT. Detectives are now looking for three people in connection with the burglary.
Nobody was injured but the building was damaged and a large amount of cash reported stolen.
The digger remains outside the building and officers recovered another vehicle abandoned in a nearby road that is thought to have been involved.
Det Sgt Jason Booth said: "We remain in the area carrying out inquiries and reviewing CCTV and forensic opportunities. We are looking for three suspects and a third vehicle that may have been used."
Local Democracy Reporter
Kent County Council (KCC) members have been urged to improve their behaviour at public meetings after the council’s standards committee expressed its “disappointment” over their conduct.
Several complaints were submitted to the authority over the “inappropriate behaviour” of some of its members in the last two months.
KCC’s standards committee was told on Wednesday that two of the incidents related to public meetings at Maidstone County Hall on September 19 and 24.
A probe into the complaints has been launched by the office of the General Counsel at KCC, although the name of the members involved and specific allegations made remain undisclosed.
KCC’s superannuation fund committee chairman, Councillor Charlie Simkins, said: “We need to be constantly aware that Big Brother is watching us.”
A total of 14 complaints have been made this year over alleged threatening behaviour, social media misconduct and failure to talk to residents over local issues.
But this represents a drop from last year’s total of 17.
Police said the men's actions "could have made the difference between life and death" for some patients.
A woman has been arrested after a man was stabbed in Chatham.
Kent Police were called to a property in Gordon Road at about 22:40 GMT on Monday.
A 33-year-old woman was arrested and remains in custody. The victim was taken to hospital for treatment.
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Local Democracy Reporter
Kent County Council’s opposition party leaders could formally and directly participate in future cabinet meetings.
The 10-person cabinet of the new Conservative administration could see input from the heads of KCC’s two largest opposition parties, Labour and the Liberal Democrats, in public meetings going forward.
New council leader, Conservative Roger Gough, has proposed to restructure future cabinet sessions to make them “more transparent” and improve public debate as he chaired his first meeting at Maidstone County Hall on 28 October.
Opposition party leaders say they “welcome” the change to the existing format, which they have criticised for “lacking interest”.
Updates on the reform proposals will be made to the new cabinet at a future meeting and the next is scheduled to take place in Maidstone on 2 December from 10:00 GMT.
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Police are searching for a man after another man was raped in an alleyway in Maidstone.
Officers were called at about 19:30 BST on Thursday after the man, aged in his 20s, reported being raped while walking between Brewer Street and Union Street.
The area was sealed off by police, who are appealing for information.
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A total of 118 people have been arrested in Kent this month as part of an operation to tackle the supply of drugs through county lines.
Between 4 and 17 October officers across the county targeted those involved in class A drug supply and other related offences including knife crime and the exploitation of vulnerable people.
The arrests came as part of a nationwide operation led by the National Crime Agency.
Kent Police worked with the Metropolitan Police and British Transport Police to carry out a number of intelligence-led stop checks to vehicles, addresses and individuals.
The new leader of Kent County Council (KCC) has been announced.
Councilor Roger Gough took over from Paul Carter after winning a four-way battle for the Conservative group leadership two weeks ago.
A cabinet reshuffle is expected and could see Mr Carter on the back benches after 14 years as leader of KCC.
Mr Gough was elected during a full council meeting at Maidstone's County Hall.