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Soap star joins fight to save pavilion

Soap star joins fight to save pavilion

15 June 2018

A famous actress has backed a campaign to stop a pavilion from being turned into flats.

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Arrest after 'serious' stabbing

Arrest after 'serious' stabbing

14 June 2018

A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a "serious" stabbing.

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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Banged up...

Banged up...

13 June 2018

A stock car racer crashed out of the drug dealing market... when he was stopped trying to smuggle £2.6m of cocaine and cannabis in a race vehicle.

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MPs accept 'gifts' worth £13,000

MPs accept 'gifts' worth £13,000

13 June 2018

Some of the county's politicians have accepted tickets to high-profile football and rugby matches,

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Taser seized from school

Taser seized from school

13 June 2018

Figures show 110 weapons have been taken into the county's primary and secondary schools.

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Smuggler caught with drugs worth £2 million

Smuggler caught with drugs worth £2 million

12 June 2018

Officials found heroin, cocaine and cannabis hidden in a 'highly sophisticated hiding place' after stopping a van.

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Woman's facial injuries after attempted robbery

Woman's facial injuries after attempted robbery

12 June 2018

A woman in her 50s was left with facial injuries after reportedly being assaulted in an early morning attempted robbery.

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Boy's giant blister after 'brush with hogweed'

Boy's giant blister after 'brush with hogweed'

12 June 2018

A mum is warning people to take care in fields and woods after her teenager received a burn thought to have come from 'giant hogweed'.

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Record freight figures for cross-Channel route

Record freight figures for cross-Channel route

12 June 2018

Le Shuttle saw a big rise in freight and passenger numbers during the month of May.

Travis to play their iconic album The Man Who

Travis to play their iconic album The Man Who

12 June 2018

Travis are back and bassist Dougie Payne talks rekindling memories as the band prepare to play their album, The Man Who, in Kent.

Police warning after distraction burglary

Police warning after distraction burglary

11 June 2018

A pensioner has been targeted in dinnertime distraction burglary in Folkestone, sparking a police warning.

Lorry parks touted as solution to Op Stack

Lorry parks touted as solution to Op Stack

11 June 2018

Lorry parks could double as customs checks areas after Brexit - as a consultation is opened on Operation Stack.

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Lucky in love?

Lucky in love?

10 June 2018

A great-grandmother appeared on a Take Me Out last night looking for husband number six.

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Crash causes high street delays

Crash causes high street delays

09 June 2018

A collision on a high street that caused traffic delays this morning has now cleared.

Man falls from cliff

Man falls from cliff

08 June 2018

Emergency services rushed to the scene after reports a man had fallen down a cliff.

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Star signs five-year deal with cruise ship operators

Star signs five-year deal with cruise ship operators

08 June 2018

The musician and TV star will perform a series of shows on-board next year and lend his name to one of its restaurants.

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Park welcomes new arrival

Park welcomes new arrival

08 June 2018

A wildlife park in Kent has welcomed its newest arrival - a baby giraffe.

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Lifeboat crews dispatched during search for ship following 'Mayday' call

Lifeboat crews dispatched during search for ship following 'Mayday' call

07 June 2018

Volunteers on Dover's Lifeboat helped search for a ship following a 'Mayday' call shortly after midnight.

Lifeboat crews dispatched during search for ship following 'Mayday' call

Lifeboat crews dispatched during search for ship following 'Mayday' call

07 June 2018

Volunteers on Dover's Lifeboat helped search for a ship following a 'Mayday' call shortly after midnight.

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