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Hero honoured after tragic death

A doctor killed trying to save a woman as she jumped onto railway tracks has been given a posthumous bravery award.

In your Kentish Gazette paper

* Pensioner flips car while parking after foot slipped

* Man killed as he saved woman in train track tragedy receives honour

* Challenge to councillors as naked bike ride returns

* Mum in online cash plea for dog's return faces RSPCA probe

* Police patrols stepped up in picturesque gardens after spate of violence

 

 

Walker hoping for more in the wicket

Head coach Matt Walker admits Kent face a difficult task as they try to get back to winning ways against Sussex in the Championship.

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