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Port chief faces inquiry

Port chief faces inquiry

16 March 2018

A Kent port authority is looking into allegations concerning the behaviour of its chief executive.

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Council backs life science investment fund

Council backs life science investment fund

16 March 2018

A venture capital firm has announced plans to invest £50 million in life sciences companies across the UK, partly backed by Kent County Council.

The beast returns - and it's bigger than ever before

The beast returns - and it's bigger than ever before

15 March 2018

The world's largest obstacle course - now 100m longer than before - will be the ultimate adult bouncy castle experience when it comes to Kent in May

Queen role helped me beat autism

Queen role helped me beat autism

15 March 2018

A teenager who has used her voice as a regatta queen to create awareness around autism must now pass her crown on.

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Action! First films shown at new cinema

Action! First films shown at new cinema

09 March 2018

A town's new multiplex has started screening films following its grand opening.

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Question Time - new panelist named

Question Time - new panelist named

08 March 2018

Three speakers have now been confirmed for an edition of Question Time in Kent.

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Tributes to 'legend' of Lydden

Tributes to 'legend' of Lydden

08 March 2018

A scrap metal merchant who gave up his time at the Lydden Hill race circuit for decades has died following a stroke.

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Big screen action begins

Big screen action begins

07 March 2018

A town's first multilplex cinema opens this week.

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Herald - we will never forget

Herald - we will never forget

06 March 2018

A commemoration took place today for the 31st anniversary the Zeebrugge ferry disaster.

Sheep on tracks spark delays

Sheep on tracks spark delays

04 March 2018

A train operator is warning of delays because of wandering sheep.

Woman charged after seafront 'stabbing'

Woman charged after seafront 'stabbing'

02 March 2018

A 47-year-old woman has been charged after a stabbing on a Kent seafront.

Trains gradually returning

Trains gradually returning

02 March 2018

Rail services in in Kent are slowly returning after havoc from ice.

Trains suspended due to ice on rails

Trains suspended due to ice on rails

02 March 2018

Rail bosses have issued a do not travel warning for the entire Kent network as thick ice covers rails and prevents train services from operating.

Are you in one of our fantastic My Mum supplements?

Are you in one of our fantastic My Mum supplements?

02 March 2018

Our amazing My Mum specials will be packed with thousands of pictures of Kent mums. Will you be one of them?

Beast from East saga: train route reopening

Beast from East saga: train route reopening

01 March 2018

A section of railway shut despite little snowfall reopens tomorrow.

There will be no post-Brexit lorry checks at Dover - transport secretary

There will be no post-Brexit lorry checks at Dover - transport secretary

01 March 2018

Popular political debate programme Question Time will be broadcast from Kent in two weeks.

Least from the East

Least from the East

01 March 2018

Snow from the Siberian winds have only scraped by a district but its railway stations have remained closed.

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Travel company offers free lifts to elderly in snow

Travel company offers free lifts to elderly in snow

01 March 2018

A travel company is helping the elderly to attend doctor's appointments and pick up groceries with free lifts during this week's snow chaos.

Town's unique Seventies footage

Town's unique Seventies footage

28 February 2018

A film festival will show events in a Kent port 40 years apart.

Schools shut early after more snow is expected

Schools shut early after more snow is expected

27 February 2018

Two secondary schools will close early today to ensure students can get home safely.

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