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More than one and half thousand runners from across the country took to the streets of Kent on Sunday.
It was for the 34th annual Tunbridge Wells Half Marathon.
Organisers, Tunbridge Wells Harriers, say the weather conditions were ideal as runners paced through the town, crossing the rivers Medway and Eden.
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The race was won by James Connor of Kent Athletics Club in a fast time of 1:08:50.
Last runner to cross the line was Kate Knight in 3:31:05 who had braved the marathon, walking most of the way, despite a knee issue.
Organisers say the half marathon has raised in excess of £150,000 for charities over the years.
Turbo the cat is lucky to be alive after he became wedged in a tiny gap in freezing conditions.
Firefighters were called to Middle Walk in Tunbridge Wells last night and found the moggy jammed between two garages.
They had to use power tools to gently cut into the brickwork around him before lifting him to safety.
He may not look very happy in the picture he had a lucky escape!
Six puppies have been found abandoned in a field in Strood.
The dogs are believed to be around six weeks old. A Dogs Tale RescueCentre in Tunbridge Wells is appealing to find the puppies' mother - who could still be in the owner's care - and in poor health.
Three of the puppies are being looked after at the Redwood Rescue and Rehoming Sanctuary.
Officers investigating a double stabbing in Tunbridge Wells last night have arrested a 17-year-old local boy in connection with the incident. The detention follows reports that two men aged 19 and 22, had suffered stab wounds in Dudley Road in the town.
Officers were called to the scene at 8.01pm on Wednesday 14th December. The two injured men were taken to hospital, but their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Anyone with information is asked to telephone Kent Police on 01622 604100, quoting reference 14-1211. People can also contact Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555111.
Firefighters from Kent Fire & Rescue Service have been called to the scene of a crash involving two cars in Tunbridge Wells.
The accident happened on the A267 Frant Road this afternoon. Two people were in one vehicle, four people were in the other. The ambulance service is also in attendance.
The A267 Frant Road remains blocked in both directions between Forest Road and Bunny Lane.
Police are investigating a report of rape that occurred at Moo Moos nightclub in Newton Road, Tunbridge Well.
An 18-year old woman has told detectives she was attacked in the toilets of the club between 1.30am and 2.30am on Friday, 19 August 2016.
The attacker is described as a white man with brown hair, wearing dark jeans and a short sleeve T-shirt.
Officers have seized CCTV from the nightclub and enquiries are continuing.
We've all heard of the phrase 'Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells'. It's long been used as a term to describe a person with strongly conservative views.
When it comes to politics the town is certainly a Tory stronghold - with a Tory MP and borough council.
But does that mean the voters of Tunbridge Wells are as divided as their chosen political party when it comes to whether we stay or leave the European Union? Derek Johnson has been finding out.
The A21 is closed in both directions due to over running overnight roadworks between A262 / B2162 Lamberhurst Road (Forstal Farm Roundabout) and A228 (Tunbridge Wells / Pembury Turn Off).
The overnight works had been due to finish at 6am.
The Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS trust is expected to become the first trust in the country to go on trial for corporate manslaughter later today.
It follows the death of expectant mother Frances Cappuccini while giving birth at Tunbridge Wells Hospital.
One of the doctors, Errol Cornish, 67, who treated her is also facing a charge of manslaughter by gross negligence.