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Read our pick of the best holiday destinations below. Whether its a weekend break, or something a little bit longer, we have reviewed a wide range of holidays for you to choose from.

Reims owes its appeal to the international acclaim of champagne

Raise a glass to Reims

Discover Reims - the unofficial capital of the Champagne wine-growing region - thanks to great autumn deals from DFDS Seaways.

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All aboard for new ferry

Dave Wilcock, the man behind the first ferry from Sheppey to Southend Pier for more than 20 years.

A new ferry taking passengers across from Kent to Essex could set sail from next year, it's been revealed.

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Medway road one of Spookiest Streets in Britain

Revenge Road in Chatham failed to make the list.

A road in Rochester has been named one of the spookiest steets in Britain by an online estate agent.

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From Dreamgirls to sweet dreams

Amber Riley in Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre. Credit: Brinkhoff & Mögenburg

Forget about the last train home after a spectacular night out in London - enjoy it to the max, just for One Night Only!

We reveal Belgium's best-kept secret

A bird's eye view of Dinant and the Pont Charles de Gaulle

The summer holidays may be over, but there's still time to unwind on a short break - and there's no better place than just across the Channel

Budget hotel to open next year

The Travelodge is on the same site as the Toby Carvery

People who fancy spending a night in this Kent town, but don't want to part with too much cash, are in luck.

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Fine dining, fizz and fairways....in France

Water in play at Domain du Roncemay

Joe Walker took a trip across the channel to see how the courses of our French neighbours fair against the European giants of golf...

Discover the stories behind Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk movie

A scene from Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk as troops wait for a rescue from the East Mole of the harbour

Inspired by Operation Dynamo and the heroics of Kent's little ships? Here's the real-life places and the stories behind the movie.

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Remembering Passchendaele - 100 years on

Total War: Passchendale 1917

Paul Hooper walks in the footsteps of soldiers who fought, and died, in the war to end all wars.

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