Kent Police is appealing for information on the whereabouts of a 12 year old girl.
Chanae Jobson was reported missing at around 9pm on Friday 19 September. She is believed to have been at Chatham train station around 4.15pm.
Chanae is mixed race, of slim build and about 5ft 6ins in height. She has dark brown eyes, dark curly long hair and a beauty spot to the left of her mouth. It is believed she was last seen wearing a peach maxi-dress and black high-heeled boots.
"Chanae's family and friends are concerned about her and I'd like anybody who has seen her or who has information on her whereabouts to call us on 101 as soon as possible, quoting incident reference 19-1747."
The introduction of new "cashless" payment arrangements at one of Britain's busiest road crossings has been delayed.
The Highways Agency had intended to scrap toll booths and introduce a "free-flow" traffic system at the Dartford River Crossing across the Thames east of London around mid-October. But the agency said that the new system will come into effect during late November.
Highways Agency project leader Nigel Gray said it was only right that the system be thoroughly tested before it was introduced.
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Sporting opponents often claim to have God on their side - but never has that been so true today as when a cricket match between two Christian faiths began. A team from the Vatican arrived in Kent to take on an Anglican eleven. We sent our reporter Andrea Thomas to speak with both teams before play got underway. She spoke to Reverend Stephen Gray, captain of the Church of England XI and Tony Currer, captain of the Vatican XI.
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The Mary Rose museum is so much more than one of the most important pieces of Tudor History - it's the creation of a brand new building that's generating as much attention as the ship itself.
The unique boat shaped black structure creates a striking silhouette in Portsmouth Dockyard - and has pushed the boundaries of 21st century architecture.
As a finalist in this year's RIBA awards it's received praise from around the world - an incredible home for one of the country's greatest treasures. Stacey Poole has been to meet those behind the design.
Today we are featuring a winner of the RIBA prize - an oscar in the world of architecture and only awarded to those buildings that really stand out. It is a home in the middle of a forest, deep in the heart of Sussex. Using unusual materials and simple styling, it offers a unique place to live for a family that dared to be different. Stacey Poole has been for a look around.
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