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Friends and family of a mother from Kent say they're increasingly concerned about her welfare, after she went missing with her baby.
Friends say Joanne Green, from Westgate On Sea, and her son Oliver were last seen on Friday evening.
Kent Police say they were called on Saturday to a report of concern for the welfare of a woman reported missing from an area in Westgate on Sea.
Their investigations are ongoing.
In a Facebook appeal, one friend asked for anyone with information to contact her or police.
Sunday evening's weather update for the eastRead the full story ›
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after being beaten by a gang of 10 in the early hours of this morning.Read the full story ›
Southern Railway said it expects to run three quarters of its normal service during a fresh 24-hour strike by some of its staff next week.Read the full story ›
It's not often you get the chance to sunbathe in February, but crowds swarmed to Brighton beach yesterday. A few tops even came off!Read the full story ›
Philippa has Sunday's weather for the eastRead the full story ›
Thank you to eagle-eyed Carla Johnson who spotted this portrait hanging on a wall at her university in Finland.
She tweeted the image, pointing out the uncanny resemblance to a certain popular TV personality.
walking round my university that im currently studying at in Finland... pretty sure ive found a Finnish… https://t.co/ddTKaxTmbK
Could they possibly be related?
Fred thinks so. He responded, tweeting "Thank you Carla. You have found my lost long twin who ran off to sea aboard a Finnish fishing boat docked in Pompey during a squall in 1957."
Thank you Carla. You have found my lost long twin who ran off to sea aboard a Finnish fishing boat docked in Pompe… https://t.co/iXjEEMOecr
Here at Meridian we would dearly love to know who the mystery man actually is - Could you get a close up of the name Carla?!
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A woman from Kent is warning people about a potential scam having lost almost four thousand pounds on a holiday chalet that didn't exist.
Melanie Atkinson thought she was booking a ski holiday together with her friends - but found later the chalet had disappeared from the online holiday site.
Abigail Bracken has the story.