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Three admit car park gang rape

Three admit car park gang rape

21 May 2018

A group of men in their 20s are facing lengthy jail sentences after admitting raping a woman in a car park.

Residents evacuated as gas pipe fire burns

Residents evacuated as gas pipe fire burns

18 May 2018

A householder has told how he sparked a full-scale evacuation when he hit a gas pipe while replacing fencing.

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We're going to need bigger buns: Calendar Girls musical will head to Kent

We're going to need bigger buns: Calendar Girls musical will head to Kent

17 May 2018

Their tale inspired a book, play, film and now a musical of the same name, with music by Take That's Gary Barlow.

Lorry trailer overturns on motorway

Lorry trailer overturns on motorway

14 May 2018

A lorry trailer overturned on a motorway sparking long delays.

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Author publishes book that 'saved his life'

Author publishes book that 'saved his life'

13 May 2018

A Kent-based author has published a novel based upon his own battle against Lyme disease.

Crash sparks motorway delays

Crash sparks motorway delays

12 May 2018

Drivers faced lengthy delays on a motorway following a crash which led to one being lane being closed.

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Southeastern managers to meet commuters over timetable changes

Southeastern managers to meet commuters over timetable changes

09 May 2018

A 'meet the manager' session at a Kent railway station tomorrow will allow commuters to air concerns about drastic changes to rail services.

Sadness at death of African elephant

Sadness at death of African elephant

09 May 2018

Keepers comforted Shibi in her last moments by feeding her bananas.

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Cyclist injured in hit-and-run crash

Cyclist injured in hit-and-run crash

09 May 2018

A female cyclist in her 60s has been injured after colliding with a white Mercedes.

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Pull up to the bumper with motoring events across Kent

Pull up to the bumper with motoring events across Kent

09 May 2018

Gleaming motors will be lining up for inspection at motoring shows across the county this weekend.

Father's tribute to brave Josie

Father's tribute to brave Josie

07 May 2018

A father is gearing up to run a marathon in memory of his baby daughter who died of a rare degenerative disease.

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Traffic heading for coast facing delays

Traffic heading for coast facing delays

06 May 2018

Motorists heading for the coast will need to allow for delays today after an accident partially blocked a motorway carriageway.

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Motorcyclist flown to hospital

Motorcyclist flown to hospital

05 May 2018

A biker has been airlifted to hospital after a crash with a car.

Pools to reopen with fresh look

Pools to reopen with fresh look

03 May 2018

An outdoor pool complex is opening for the summer this weekend.

Duchy of Cornwall sets sights on building new Kent village

Duchy of Cornwall sets sights on building new Kent village

01 May 2018

A new village could be built on land owned by Prince Charles's estate, the Duchy of Cornwall.

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Major chain hotel eyeing up town

Major chain hotel eyeing up town

29 April 2018

An 84-bed hotel, supermarket, care home and 310 new homes could be built on a controversial development.

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Plan to expand traveller site approved

Plan to expand traveller site approved

26 April 2018

Councillors voted by a margin of nine to six to grant permission to increase the number of pitches at controversial site.

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Arrest after supermarket 'hammer attack'

Arrest after supermarket 'hammer attack'

26 April 2018

A 35-year-old man has been arrested after reportedly attacking a Co-op employee with a hammer.

Car overturns in A2 crash

Car overturns in A2 crash

26 April 2018

A car has overturned in a crash on the A2, leading to long tailbacks.

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Plastic drinking straws to vanish from shelves

Plastic drinking straws to vanish from shelves

26 April 2018

A supermarket chain has announced new measures to be brought in to crack down on the amount of packaging in its 13 Kent stores.

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