45 year old being questioned
Kent's Top News Stories
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Monday 21st April 2014
The funeral of Peaches Geldof takes place later.
The 25 year-old daughter of Bob Geldof was found dead at her home in Kent a fortnight ago.
The service is happening at the same church near Faversham where the funeral of her mother Paula Yates was held nearly 14 years ago.
Woman On Attempted Murder Charge
A 37 year old woman from Canterbury charged with three counts of attempted murder and arson with intent to endanger life is due before magistrates today.
Pearl Ivy Thomas of Keats Corner was arrested after police were called to a house fire just after 3.30 on Friday afternoon.
Archbishop Can't Force Sale Of Shares
The Archbishop of Canterbury says he does not have the power to order Church Commissioners to sell its interest in payday loan firm Wonga.
Archbishop Justin Welby told the Sunday Telegraph the commissioners were "doing their best'' to get rid of its stake.
Flood Work Complete
Flood protection has been restored to over 100,000 homes damaged by extreme winter weather.
More than 40,000 tons of shingle has been returned to the coastline between Camber and Romney Marsh.
Conmen Target Pensioners
Two men posing as police officers have got into a home in Greenhithe and stolen a handbag and a wallet.
They ran off when the 81 year old occupant questioned their i.d and pressed his panic alarm.
Hundreds Arrested In Police Crackdown
More than 250 people have been arrested in the six weeks since Kent police launched their Stay Safe This Spring campaign which targets opportunist thieves.
Among them a 16-year-old girl charged with stealing an I-POD from a school in Dartford, two teenagers found with stolen number plates and a 36-year-old man who took a handbag from a bookies in Margate.
Kerry Boyd has been setting out her priorities over for her 12 months in the job
Peter Sanderson raided the John Angell jewellers last year.
Woman fell over wall at Roman site.