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Arson charge following cash machine fires

Arson charge following cash machine fires

04 June 2018

A man has been charged with arson after police were called to cash machines believed to have been set alight.

Baby primates welcomed at wildlife park

Baby primates welcomed at wildlife park

04 June 2018

A wildlife park in Kent has welcomed three baby primates, naming them after Harry Potter characters.

E-fit released after woman 'grabbed' by man in white van

E-fit released after woman 'grabbed' by man in white van

04 June 2018

Officers have issued an e-fit of a man they would like to identify after a woman in her 20s was reportedly 'grabbed' by a man in a white van.

Successful memorial bench fundraiser for 'wild' dance teacher

Successful memorial bench fundraiser for 'wild' dance teacher

01 June 2018

An online fundraiser has secured enough cash for a bench overlooking the sea in memory of a popular dance teacher.

Men try to smuggle £1.5m cash - in chicken feed

Men try to smuggle £1.5m cash - in chicken feed

31 May 2018

Four men who tried to smuggle almost £1.5m in cash out of Kent in chicken feed have been jailed.

Kent's worst places to get caught short

Kent's worst places to get caught short

31 May 2018

The changing face of our high streets has made finding a public toilet facilities a challenge.

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Missing teen found in eastern Europe

Missing teen found in eastern Europe

30 May 2018

A schoolgirl who went missing after she travelled out of the UK through Folkestone has been located in eastern Europe.

Mexican restaurant up for sale

Mexican restaurant up for sale

30 May 2018

The owners of a popular restaurant are retiring and are looking for buyers to take over their High Street outlet.

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Half term: our guide to Kent's best events

Half term: our guide to Kent's best events

30 May 2018

A game of two halves: here's our guide to enjoying the end of the half term holidays across Kent.

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Missing girl left UK 'with friend of her mother'

Missing girl left UK 'with friend of her mother'

29 May 2018

A teenage girl, who travelled out of the UK through Kent, is thought to have made her way to Poland with a friend of her mother's.

Baby rescued from canal

Baby rescued from canal

28 May 2018

A baby had to be rescued from a canal after its pushchair rolled into the water.

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Man dies in motorway lorry collision

Man dies in motorway lorry collision

25 May 2018

A man has died after a collision with a lorry which closed a motorway in Kent this morning.

Safety cartoons return after 50 years

Safety cartoons return after 50 years

24 May 2018

Two-lovable cartoon characters have returned after half a century in a promotional campaign to remind people dialling 999 to ask for the coastguard.

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Bees swarm on car

Bees swarm on car

24 May 2018

Images show the moment a swarm of bees made a new home for themselves on a car in a residential street.

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Council tells farmer 'get off your land'

Council tells farmer 'get off your land'

24 May 2018

A community has vented its fury amid claims a council has ordered a farmer to sell land against his will to help build 10,000 homes.

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Giraffe births live streamed at wildlife park

Giraffe births live streamed at wildlife park

24 May 2018

An wildlife park in Kent is gearing up for the arrival of two new giraffe calves, and broadcasting it online.

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'We should get rid of the blanket ban...'

'We should get rid of the blanket ban...'

24 May 2018

A Kent MP has weighed on the debate about safe standing in football grounds in the top two divisions.

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Aldi store opening delayed

Aldi store opening delayed

24 May 2018

Budget supermarket officials have declined to reveal the reason for a delay in the opening one of its latest stores.

Kent's first Marco Pierre White restaurant confirmed

Kent's first Marco Pierre White restaurant confirmed

23 May 2018

A restaurant carrying the name of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White is on its way to a Kent seafront this summer.

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Fly high this half term and bank holiday with events across Kent

Fly high this half term and bank holiday with events across Kent

20 May 2018

From high-flying circus acts to fairytales and storytelling, there's something for everyone this half term and bank holiday. Here's our guide:

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