A man has appeared in court charged with murdering his teenage daughter at a caravan park in Kent.
63 year old Richard Kray appeared via virtual court at Medway Magistrates' Court this morning and was remanded to Maidstone Crown Court on Wednesday 26 July.
Police and ambulance crews were called to the Westfields caravan Park in Herne Bay following a report of a serious assault at around 2pm on Friday 21 July. 19-year-old Olivia Kray was pronounced dead at the scene.
Kray has also been charged with an attempted murder against a second woman, who was also known to him.
Due to previous contact between victims and police, Kent Police has referred the matter to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Officers have released images of a man they would like to identify and locate in connection with a knife attack in Kent.
The assault is reported to have taken place on the High Street in Herne Bay between 2.52am and 2.58am on Sunday 9 July.
The victim, a man aged in his 50s, suffered an injury to his stomach consistent with a stab wound and was taken to a local hospital but has since been released.
Detectives would like to hear from anyone who recognises the man in the photos, or if they were in the area at the time of the assault.
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A man in Herne Bay is fighting to have an operation he says will change his life. Ian Sandford began to put on weight after an operation to have a rare tumour removed - he went from around 16 stone to 30 stone. Now he wants his local NHS to pay for a procedure to help him trim down, but officials say there's no need for it - Mr Sandford says they have never even seen him. Tony Green has our report.
There's been high praise today for the skills of pilot Colin Randall who ditched his plane into the sea at the Herne Bay Airshow - avoiding both spectators and swimmers.
Praise too for the spectators who waded in, to help the 71-year-old pilot - who was face-down in the water.
It follows a tightening of flying display regulations after the Shoreham Airshow crash that killed 11 people nearly a year ago.
You can watch a full report by Abigail Bracken by clicking on the link below.
Interviewees are rescuer Davina Cox; eyewitness Nigel Hancock; and Herne Bay Airshow organiser Liz Crudgington.
Pictures and video are courtesy of Emma Bedding, Bruno Tilley and Nigel Hancock.
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Two bears rescued by the Wildwood Trust in Herne Bay have successfully bonded following months of hard work.
Until they came to Kent the two bears had spent all of their sixteen years alone in a concrete cell.
After a gradual introduction, the trust says they've become the best of friends.
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A school that was told it needed to improve by Ofsted just over a year ago has now been praised by inspectors for its work to improve performance.
Herne Bay Juniors is among 103 primary schools in Kent and Medway that are rated as needing improvement. But in East Sussex, which has less than one third of the number of Kent's schools, there are just 6 requiring improvement. And in Brighton and Hove, there's one.
Abigail Bracken's been to Herne Bay to see how one school is managing to turn itself around...