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England fans stop traffic after win

England fans stop traffic after win

19 June 2018

Football fans stopped buses and tried to ride on a police car as they celebrated England's tense World Cup victory.

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Video of England fans celebrating at Kent bar goes viral

Video of England fans celebrating at Kent bar goes viral

19 June 2018

A clip of fans in Kent celebrating Harry Kane's injury time winner for England at the World Cup has been shared and viewed thousands of times online.

Tributes to wartime codebreaker

Tributes to wartime codebreaker

19 June 2018

A man who played a key wartime role and was thought to be the oldest resident in a village has died.

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Dog falls off cliff

Dog falls off cliff

18 June 2018

A dog that fell down a cliff escaped uninjured thanks to a nine hour coastguard response.

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Charity-run shop is saved

Charity-run shop is saved

18 June 2018

Volunteers inside Strood Comunity Project shop which is being rebranded as Strood Community Enterprise after being saved from closure.

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Bodies of 'mother and son' found at cliffs

Bodies of 'mother and son' found at cliffs

18 June 2018

Two bodies discovered near cliffs are believed to be a mother and son from Kent.

Cladding type the same as Grenfell

Cladding type the same as Grenfell

15 June 2018

A waterside development has been identified as having the same type of cladding as the Grenfell Tower.

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Man in hospital after car park fall

Man in hospital after car park fall

15 June 2018

A man who fell from the top of a shopping centre is still in a serious condition in a London hospital.

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Esther has designs on county show

Esther has designs on county show

15 June 2018

A Rainham company has won a free stand space at this year’s Kent County Show.

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Outdoor cinema graces coastline

Outdoor cinema graces coastline

15 June 2018

An outdoor cinema showcasing the world cup and international films will grace the Kent coast this weekend.

'Secret has eaten away at me for 25 years'

'Secret has eaten away at me for 25 years'

15 June 2018

A near-death experience has prompted a former councillor and magistrate to open up about a secret he's kept for a quarter-of-a-century.

Have your say on illegal traveller camps

Have your say on illegal traveller camps

14 June 2018

Time is running out to take part in a public consultation about police powers to deal with travellers.

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'Moving on is something I can’t imagine'

'Moving on is something I can’t imagine'

14 June 2018

The parents of murdered Molly McLaren's have spoken to KentOnline nearly a year after her tragic killing.

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Take a tour with Rambler

Take a tour with Rambler

14 June 2018

Historian is inviting people to join four tours offering a glimpse into the lives of ordinary folk as they were challenged during the First World War.

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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Toddler's operation cancelled three times

Toddler's operation cancelled three times

14 June 2018

A hospital has been accused of 'playing with her life' of a girl with a painful medical condition.

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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.

Pensioner finds rare record

Pensioner finds rare record

13 June 2018

Were you a member of the KM's Keg Meg kiddies' club?

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Could you be our next apprentice?

Could you be our next apprentice?

13 June 2018

The KM Group, publisher of KentOnline, is on the hunt for its next editorial apprentice.

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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