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Woman in court over marina shooting

Woman in court over marina shooting

26 April 2018

A woman denied conspiring to murder a man believed to be her husband following a shooting incident last year.

Remembering heroes 100 years on

Remembering heroes 100 years on

23 April 2018

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

Community clubs together to buy pub after campaign

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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Specialist muffling device is last attempt to save historic chimes

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.

Kent roads still clogged with diesel vehicles

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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UK's first dementia village coming to Kent next year

UK's first dementia village coming to Kent next year

12 April 2018

An MP and health officials have visited the future site of a specialist dementia centre.

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Sale of care home delayed

Sale of care home delayed

12 April 2018

Complexities over staff pensions and other paperwork means the sale of a Kent County Council owned care home has been pushed back.

Setback for restaurant reopening

Setback for restaurant reopening

11 April 2018

Rain damage has now held up a fire-stricken business from welcoming back customers.

Animal abusers sent on rehab courses

Animal abusers sent on rehab courses

11 April 2018

Cruel and negligent animal owners have been sent on a pilot rehabilitation scheme being trialled in Kent. WARNING: Disturbing images.

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Ex-teacher dies days before sex abuse trial

Ex-teacher dies days before sex abuse trial

11 April 2018

A former teacher has been found dead in his home just days before he was due to stand trial for historic sex offences.

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Stay of execution for Sunday charges?

Stay of execution for Sunday charges?

09 April 2018

A council's cabinet is being asked to at least suspend seven-day fees for car parks.

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Welcome to our hotel

Welcome to our hotel

05 April 2018

A hotel is the latest opening in a £53 million Kent leisure and retail complex.

New memorial planned for brave Kelly

New memorial planned for brave Kelly

04 April 2018

An appeal has been launched for a bench in remembrance of a teenager who died of a rare cancer.

Drastic boundary shake-up

Drastic boundary shake-up

02 April 2018

Plans to redraw a Kent district will go to England-wide boundary officials for approval.

Second woman charged after marina shooting

Second woman charged after marina shooting

25 March 2018

A woman has appeared in court on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.

'Serious crash' at bypass

'Serious crash' at bypass

23 March 2018

A person has been taken to hospital after a two car crash on a busy road.

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Charity blunder leaves marathon runner without a place

Charity blunder leaves marathon runner without a place

23 March 2018

A woman's dream of running the London Marathon was shattered after the charity she’d raised almost £2,000 for failed to register her place.

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Tube bomber - the Dover hours

Tube bomber - the Dover hours

16 March 2018

These images show Parsons Green attacker in a Kent port where he was arrested.

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Town set to welcome its first Aldi store

Town set to welcome its first Aldi store

16 March 2018

Aldi has bought another site in the county with plans to open a new store by Christmas 2019, KentOnline can reveal.

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Parsons Green bomber convicted

Parsons Green bomber convicted

16 March 2018

A terrorist who fled to Kent after planting a bomb on a train, which partially exploded and injured 30 people, has been convicted of attempted murder.

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