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Vegan hate campaign threatens violence

Staff at a popular pulled pork takeaway have been branded murderers, butchers and psychopaths.

Fourth day of delays after Eurotunnel security 'breach'

Eurotunnel services were again affected after migrant activity in France - with long queues building on the M20.

Church battle over keys

An effort to curb thefts at a church in Sandwich has sparked a battle between volunteers and the church organist.

Deverdics hoping for repeat performance

Nicky Deverdics scored the goal that signalled the start of a memorable FA Cup run for Dover last season and he'd love to repeat the trick.

Hepatitis C test for officer attacked by drug addict

A drug addict infected with deadly hepatitis tried to bite police officer after she stopper her robbing a woman.

Home Office to ease Kent's child asylum crisis as surge continues

The number of unaccompanied asylum seeker children in Kent is set to reach more than 1,000 by the end of the week.

Toilets 'flushed' over Twitter following

A town's toilets are so popular they've even gained a following on Twitter... and the praise is gushing!

Woman goes blind for a day

A Kent woman went blind for a day to highlight the plight of people living with cataracts in developing countries.

Young footballer’s miracle recovery after cardiac arrest on pitch

A 16th birthday party means the world to family and friends of footballer Ali Reith - after he collapsed on the pitch in front of horrified crowds.

Arrests made after £1k drugs stash found

A Margate woman and four teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.

Burman points the way

Tony Burman says Dartford’s three-year plan to get back in the National League depends on fans backing the young players who can take them there.

Calling all dames

A theatre charity needs male actors to come forward and play the Widow Twankey in its Christmas pantomime.

E-fits released of robbery suspects

Detectives are appealing for help from the public to trace two men wanted for attacking a German student.

Family escape dishwasher fire

A mother-of-two led her children to safety through a smokey house after their dishwasher caught alight during the middle of the night.

Limited edition badges with Kent Cooks

Girl Guides and Scouts searching for new and exciting ways to earn badges should look no further than Masterchef-style cookery contest KM Kent Cooks.

M25 killer Kenneth Noye's transfer to open prison blocked

Justice Secretary Michael Gove has blocked M25 killer Kenneth Noye's transfer to an open prison, it's been revealed.

Major grammar school inquiry to probe help given to poorer pupils

A commission is to be set up to investigate whether enough is being done to help less well-off pupils get into Kent's grammar schools.

Offer of pumps could help flood-besieged Albert Road residents

A property developer which plans to build 130 homes off Albert Road has offered a solution to residents in answer to their flooding woes

Our job to entertain - Hayes

Ryan Hayes is determined to get the Dartford crowd back on his side by producing more moments like Saturday’s late equaliser.

Police charge three with theft from car

Three men are set to appear in court after money and sunglasses were reported missing from a parked car in Westgate-on-Sea.

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