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Mexican eatery opens in town centre

Mexican eatery opens in town centre

25 June 2018

Crowds have been flocking to a new Mexican-inspired restaurant and bar which has just opened its doors.

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Man with weapon sparks alert

Man with weapon sparks alert

24 June 2018

Firearms officers dashed to the scene of an incident in a quiet seaside community.

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Huge heatwave to hit Kent

Huge heatwave to hit Kent

22 June 2018

Prepare for scorching temperatures and glorious sunshine as a heatwave hits the county next week.

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Gone in 24 hours - 1,000 free recycling bins snapped up

Gone in 24 hours - 1,000 free recycling bins snapped up

22 June 2018

Refuse contractor failings lead to a bonus for residents.

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Attractions lost in time

Attractions lost in time

22 June 2018

A look back at some of the county's most memorable attractions which sadly died out.

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A boost for cycling is on the drawing board

A boost for cycling is on the drawing board

21 June 2018

Proposals to extend a well used cycle route go on show.

Kent beauty hoping to do the county proud

Kent beauty hoping to do the county proud

21 June 2018

University graduate will line up for a chance to win a prestigious pageant title.

'We all fell in love with him'

'We all fell in love with him'

19 June 2018

A three-year-old left disabled after violent abuse now thriving after being adopted.

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Man killed in freak jet ski accident struck by friend

Man killed in freak jet ski accident struck by friend

14 June 2018

A 25-year-old man suffered catastrophic injuries when the rubber ring he was in was hit by a friend's jet ski.

Did Canterbury vote to leave or remain in the EU?

Did Canterbury vote to leave or remain in the EU?

14 June 2018

With MP Rosie Duffield defying the whip to vote against her own party on Brexit, questions have been asked over whether the city voted out or in.

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Kent MP defies Corbyn

Kent MP defies Corbyn

14 June 2018

Kent's only Labour MP has defied party leader Jeremy Corbyn by voting that Britain should retain access to the single market after Brexit.

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Don't miss our special My Dad supplement

Don't miss our special My Dad supplement

13 June 2018

Are you one of the 23,000 Kent fathers who will be appearing in our My Dad specials?

Man admits unprovoked stabbing

Man admits unprovoked stabbing

12 June 2018

The victim of a pub stabbing saw his attacker again a few days later and told police.

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Supermarket delivery driver 'robbed'

Supermarket delivery driver 'robbed'

12 June 2018

Four men have been arrested after a man delivering in a quiet road was allegedly robbed of food and alcohol.

'Bogus' cold callers prompt police warning

'Bogus' cold callers prompt police warning

11 June 2018

Residents are urged to be vigilant after reports of bogus cold callers targeting the area

'Masked gunman' seen in nature reserve

'Masked gunman' seen in nature reserve

10 June 2018

Concerns have been raised after a man wearing a balaclava and full camouflage was spotted hunting squirrels.

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In praise of the great British pub

In praise of the great British pub

09 June 2018

Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge talks scotch eggs and praises the British pub, ahead of his Pub in the Park festival in Kent.

Queen rewards county's heroes

Queen rewards county's heroes

08 June 2018

Kent's Lizzy Yarnold, the most successful Winter Olympian in British history, has been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

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VIDEO: Wolf cubs at Kent wildlife park

VIDEO: Wolf cubs at Kent wildlife park

08 June 2018

Watch adorable footage of four wolf cubs recently born in Kent.

Council to splash £1 million in wake of Grenfell tragedy

Council to splash £1 million in wake of Grenfell tragedy

07 June 2018

A council has today revealed it will spend £1 million on fire improvements to four high-rise apartment blocks.

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