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Publican stranded in snow by Ryanair

Publican stranded in snow by Ryanair

A pub landlord from has told of his nightmare 16-hour bus ride after budget airline Ryanair dropped him 500 miles from his destination.

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Far-right leader beaten up in prison

Far-right leader beaten up in prison

Britain First leader Paul Golding has reportedly had his nose broken in prison by other inmates.

Dockers told to pay back cash after smuggling cigarettes

Dockers told to pay back cash after smuggling cigarettes

Two dockworkers who smuggled a consignment of 32,600 cigarettes off a ship have been ordered to pay back more than £8,000 to customs - or go to jail.

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Pervert confronted on doorstep by paedophile hunters

Pervert confronted on doorstep by paedophile hunters

A pervert who sent vile messages to a member of a vigilante group posing as a 13-year-old girl has been jailed following a doorstep confrontation.

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Suspected drug dealers arrested

Suspected drug dealers arrested

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of dealing drugs after officers stopped a vehicle.

'I relive the crash every Monday'

'I relive the crash every Monday'

A woman who suffered a collapsed lung and several fractured ribs says she is lucky to have survived this horrific car crash.

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Why were so many grit bins empty?

Why were so many grit bins empty?

After the snow, now the inquests have started into what went wrong. And why so many salt boxes were empty?

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Deadly palm oil washed up on beach

Deadly palm oil washed up on beach

Coastguards have warned dog-owners to be on their guard after deadly palm oil has been found washed up on a Kent beach.

Road reopens after crash outside school

Road reopens after crash outside school

Police shut a road in both directions after two vehicles collided outside a primary school.

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Bin collections turned upside down by weather

Bin collections turned upside down by weather

Swale council has come up with a revised schedule for when people's bins will be emptied

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Anger as rail services to be suspended for second day

Anger as rail services to be suspended for second day

A commuter says he has been stranded due to the decision to suspend services on an entire line.

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VIDEO: So cold the sea is freezing

VIDEO: So cold the sea is freezing

For the first time since 1963 the sea around Kent is starting to freeze.

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Entire lines closed as Southeastern battles snow

Entire lines closed as Southeastern battles snow

Southeastern Railway has closed 50 stations including three lines as snow and ice continue across the county.

Bomb ship film screening cancelled

Bomb ship film screening cancelled

Bad weather has forced the public showing of A Disaster Waiting To Happen about the Sheppey bomb ship to be called off.

Crossing reopens after almost six hours

Crossing reopens after almost six hours

Sheppey Crossing has reopened almost six hours after a lorry jack-knifed.

Two men arrested after rape allegation

Two men arrested after rape allegation

Police have quizzed two men about an alleged rape and assault.

Police appeal for dash cam footage after man is charged

Police appeal for dash cam footage after man is charged

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a car failed to stop for officers and was later found abandoned.

Sister won't give up fight for 'Justice for Carl'

Sister won't give up fight for 'Justice for Carl'

Family of a man murdered on a remote island are hoping a video campaign will pressure the government into action.

Heartwarming message in bottle washes up

Heartwarming message in bottle washes up

A father-of-two who found a heartwarming message in a bottle on a beach in the Netherlands wants to trace the person who threw it out to sea in Kent.

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