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Lights out for store

Lights out for store

18 May 2018

An electrical goods emporium is closing down after 60 years as the owners have decided to retire.

Firefighters race to caravan blaze

Firefighters race to caravan blaze

18 May 2018

Crews had to wear breathing apparatus to tackle blazing caravan

Man dies after 'electrocution'

Man dies after 'electrocution'

16 May 2018

A man has died after reportedly being electrocuted on an illegal traveller site.

Tasty treats in town for food festival

Tasty treats in town for food festival

15 May 2018

A town will host a second food and drink festival this weekend showcasing local produce and with family entertainment.

Man needs medical treatment after house fire

Man needs medical treatment after house fire

11 May 2018

A man had to be treated after breathing in smoke caused by kitchen fire.

Man jumps into cars saying 'Calais'

Man jumps into cars saying 'Calais'

10 May 2018

Drivers have been left spooked after a stranger reportedly got into their vehicles uttering the word "Calais" outside a McDonald's.

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Large fire breaks out in recycling plant

Large fire breaks out in recycling plant

10 May 2018

Four fire engines are still at the scene of a large recycling centre blaze which broke out in the early hours.

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Blunder leads to £191 Dart Charge fine

Blunder leads to £191 Dart Charge fine

09 May 2018

A driver has spent seven months fighting a fine caused by an error made by a shop worker.

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Hand-picked for you: Chapel Down's latest wine

Hand-picked for you: Chapel Down's latest wine

08 May 2018

A new wine, released by Kent wine producers Chapel Down, features hand-picked grapes from its Kit's Coty Estate.

Discrimination on buses is 'getting worse'

Discrimination on buses is 'getting worse'

04 May 2018

A wheel-chair user says she feels discriminated against when using public transport.

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Lorry 'hits electricity pylon'

Lorry 'hits electricity pylon'

02 May 2018

A rural route is closed after a lorry reportedly crashed into a pylon causing a live wire to fall into the road.

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Visibility 'clear' ahead of cyclist's death, court hears

Visibility 'clear' ahead of cyclist's death, court hears

30 April 2018

A 20-year-old has denied she drove dangerously when she collided head-on with a cyclist in a crash which led to his death.

'Faulty' lights caused crash, woman claims

'Faulty' lights caused crash, woman claims

26 April 2018

A driver says she is lucky not to have been seriously injured after a collision with a lorry which she believes was caused by faulty traffic lights.

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Bluebells are ringing out: where to see them in Kent

Bluebells are ringing out: where to see them in Kent

25 April 2018

Spring's no time to feel blue - here's where to find bluebells springing up across the county this month.

TOWIE star set to open Poundland

TOWIE star set to open Poundland

24 April 2018

A star from The Only Way Is Essex is set to open Kent's newest Poundland store.

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Winemaker proves big hit in US as profits soar

Winemaker proves big hit in US as profits soar

24 April 2018

Latest financial figures demonstrate growth in Kent's wine and beer market, with key player planning to invest yet more

Cheers! Winemakers unite to boost tourism

Cheers! Winemakers unite to boost tourism

23 April 2018

Seven vineyards have teamed up to create a wine trail aiming to build on the 120,000 visitors who got a taste of Kent's tipple last year.

A curious new brew from well known winemakers

A curious new brew from well known winemakers

23 April 2018

Winemaker Chapel Down's new brewery has joined forces to launch the first in a series of unique beers.

Metal detectorist reunites US war veteran with dog tags

Metal detectorist reunites US war veteran with dog tags

18 April 2018

A metal detectorist who found a set of military dog tags in a field has reunited them with their US veteran owner.

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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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