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Gone in 24 hours - 1,000 free recycling bins snapped up

Refuse contractor failings lead to a bonus for residents.

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Student's death after collapsing at club

A 20-year-old died after taking a fatal overdose of MDMA on a night out with a friend.

Kent pub's pigs on the move

The manager of a pub has hit back at a Crowdfunding scheme to remove the venue's pigs.

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Three injured in crash

Two people have been cut free from a car after a serious crash, which has closed part of the A2.

Be quick to bag a free wheelie bin!

A council is offering residents the chance to grab their hands on a free 180-litre wheelie bin worth £44.

Walker: We've proved a lot of people wrong

Kent will play Hampshire in the final of the Royal London One-Day Cup on Saturday, June 30.

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Mum-of-six urges women to attend cancer screenings

A mum-of-six is urging women to attend their mammograms, after hers helped secure an early cancer diagnosis.

Rouse had confidence in lower order

Adam Rouse hit 70 for Kent in a winning cause in the semi-final.

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Lorry drivers jailed for money laundering

Two men are facing jail time after being caught trying to leave the country with £143,000 hidden in a trailer.

Vouchers offered as students threaten to sue university lecturers

University bosses have offered students £50 Amazon vouchers as they face a potentially costly lawsuit following staff strikes.

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Council's ticketless parking scheme 'the biggest in country'

A major expansion of an automatic number plate recognition system will be rolled out across car parks in a Kent district next month.

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Kent Cricket Podcast: Spitfires reach One-Day Cup final

Reaction from Heino Kuhn, Harry Podmore, Adam Rouse, Alex Blake and Matt Walker after Kent reached the final of the One-Day Cup.

No uni results due to glitch

Stressed third year university students are unable to view their vital exam results because of a technical blunder.

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Podmore describes the feeling after he hit winning runs

Harry Podmore was at the crease with his side needing four from the final three balls and hit a boundary to seal their place in the final.

Kent to play Hampshire in final

Hampshire joined Kent in the final after beating Yorkshire on Monday.

Firefighters called to field blaze

Three fire engines were called to the scene of a blaze in a field.

Kuhn was in tears after getting out

Heino Kuhn set a record after scoring his fourth century in five innings in Kent's win over Worcestershire in the One-Day Cup semi-final.

New boss at the Marlowe

A former director of the Royal Shakespeare Company has been appointed the chief executive of The Marlowe Theatre.

The threat of bailiffs leads to travellers departure

A court eviction order was granted against a group of travellers who set up camp on a popular green.

Walker proud of his Kent team

Kent head coach Matt Walker was left emotional after their win in the One-Day Cup semi-final against Worcestershire

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