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Donations pour in for families who lost their homes

26 April 2018

Neighbours have rallied to support families affected by a devastating fire which ripped through two homes.

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New builds destroyed by blaze

25 April 2018

A fire has ripped through three newly built homes leaving families homeless.

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A2 closed in both directions after lorry crash

25 April 2018

Part of the A2 has been closed in both directions after an accident involving a lorry and two cars.

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Drug dealer discovered after rushed to hospital

25 April 2018

A dealer who was admitted unconscious to hospital has been jailed after police found drug in his pocket as they tried to identify him.

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Teen 'carrying knife and sock of rocks' charged

24 April 2018

A 16-year-old boy who was allegedly found carrying a knife and a sock filled with rocks after a disturbance has been charged.

Justice catches up with runaway

24 April 2018

A people smuggler has been caught after evading capture since 2015.

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'Thug life' post days after admitting assault

23 April 2018

A violent lout who attacked a bridegroom-to-be outside a nightclub posted pictures of himself in a "thug life" pose days after admitting his crime.

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Remembering heroes 100 years on

23 April 2018

A commemoriation took place to mark the servicemen of the Zeebrugge Raid on its centenary.

Royal Marines parade to mark opening on new trail

23 April 2018

Two years of hard work and planning will culminate today with the launch of the Royal Marines Heritage Trails – Deal & Walmer.

MP's solicitor says police have not interviewed his client over rape claim

22 April 2018

A solicitor acting for an MP has issued a statement responding to reports in the national media

Community clubs together to buy pub after campaign

20 April 2018

A Kent community has clubbed together to buy a village pub saving it from development into housing.

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Man admits assault during street fight

20 April 2018

A judge has been shown CCTV images of a fight which left a man lying injured on the ground.

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Specialist muffling device is last attempt to save historic chimes

19 April 2018

A clockmaker's specialist device could save a church's historic clock chimes from being switched off at night.

Suspected child groomer arrested after sting

18 April 2018

A man has been arrested on suspicion of child sex offences after a paedophile hunter sting.

Teacher accused of historic sex offences found hanged: Inquest

18 April 2018

An inquest has opened into the death of a former teacher who was facing trial for historic sexual offences.

New M&S Foodhall opening date revealed

18 April 2018

M&S has announced the closure date of one of its high street shops with a new food-only store opening in nearby the next day.

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Sunday parking charges victory

16 April 2018

A council has agreed to scrap proposals for Sunday car parking charges at all sites excluding one.

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Personalised plates on getaway car scuppers burglar

16 April 2018

A hapless burglar made it easy for investigators after driving to his target in a car with personalised number plates.

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Kent roads still clogged with diesel vehicles

16 April 2018

More than 300,000 diesel vehicles were registered in the county last year, despite proposals to ban sales from 2040.

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Tory MP 'quizzed by police'

14 April 2018

Tory MP Charlie Elphicke has been questioned by police over harassment allegations.

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