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Charity Clubbercise will raise hospital cash in Charlie's memory

Charity Clubbercise will raise hospital cash in Charlie's memory

20 June 2018

A dance themed exercise class will remember a former Betteshanger coal miner and raise cash for the hospital that cared for him so well.

Sentencing review in wake of teenager's death

Sentencing review in wake of teenager's death

20 June 2018

An MP has met the Justice Minister has he campaigns for harder punishment for a killer drug.

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Dashcam catches 'idiot' driver's near miss

Dashcam catches 'idiot' driver's near miss

20 June 2018

A horrified driver filmed the hair-raising moment a reckless motorist dangerously overtook a series of cars on a busy bypass.

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Nature reserve reopens four years after flooding

Nature reserve reopens four years after flooding

20 June 2018

A prime wildlife site which was devastated by severe flooding four and a half years ago has partly reopened.

Corrosive liquid spilled at port

Corrosive liquid spilled at port

20 June 2018

Firefighters have been dealing with the spillage of a hazardous substance at a port.

Theatre agrees 'core sponsor' deal with travel company

Theatre agrees 'core sponsor' deal with travel company

20 June 2018

Sponsorship deal is the first to recognise those committed to supporting the venue.

Food poisoning head chef sentenced

Food poisoning head chef sentenced

20 June 2018

A man was taken to court after three people needed hospital treatment having eaten at a high street pub.

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Task to cope with Brexit

Task to cope with Brexit

19 June 2018

A special group has been set up to deal with local effects of leaving the EU.

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Alert after van scares schoolgirl

Alert after van scares schoolgirl

19 June 2018

Police were called to reports of a suspicious incident after a van pulled up near a child.

Ex priest and toyboy husband to go on Jeremy Kyle

Ex priest and toyboy husband to go on Jeremy Kyle

19 June 2018

A former priest and his young husband will appear on an episode of Jeremy Kyle.

Gas works will cause pier's closure

Gas works will cause pier's closure

15 June 2018

Deal Pier is set to close - but only for new gas mains to be laid.

Bus service consultation begins

Bus service consultation begins

14 June 2018

The public can air their views on rural public transport at 11 Kent meetings.

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Police called to 'man with weapon'

Police called to 'man with weapon'

14 June 2018

Armed officers were scrambled after a man was reported to have a weapon.

Dover riots - case closed

Dover riots - case closed

14 June 2018

The investigation into mass violence during 2016 protests is over - unless new evidence comes up.

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Tenant needed to run pub bought by community

Tenant needed to run pub bought by community

14 June 2018

A community which clubbed together to buy back their local pub is now looking for a suitable tenant to run it.

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The venue of legends

The venue of legends

14 June 2018

Did you know some of the world's most famous bands launched their careers in Kent?

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Wheelie bin fire spreads to outbuilding

Wheelie bin fire spreads to outbuilding

13 June 2018

Firefighters have tackled a wheelie bin fire which spread to an outbuilding.

Call to remove 'tatty' welcome sign

Call to remove 'tatty' welcome sign

13 June 2018

Bosses and an MP want a "tatty" sign welcoming people to their town to be torn down - and a building derelict for 40 years to be renovated.

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Blind physiotherapist remembered for his healing hands

Blind physiotherapist remembered for his healing hands

12 June 2018

The family of a blind physiotherapist who was known for his healing hands have described him as an “exceptional man”.

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Government to decide on homes proposal

Government to decide on homes proposal

12 June 2018

Controversial plans for 120 new homes could be approved after the decision was taken out of the district council's hands.

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