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Family gives back after hospitals save baby's life

A family is raising money to thank the doctors and nurses who saved their baby daughter's life.

Road shut due to emergency gas works

Part of a main road has been closed so that engineers can carry out emergency repairs to a gas main.

Repairs at Kent jail branded 'total disaster'

Using failed maintenance company Carillion at a Kent prison has been called a "catastrophic blunder" in a shocking new report.

Karate club plans to take over bank

A martial arts club has become so popular it is now planning to move into the empty premises of a former town centre bank.

Post Office to open new Clock Tower premises

Bosses are to open a new seven-day-a-week Post Office in a corner shop just yards from an existing branch.

Two arrested on suspicion of drug supply

A man and woman are in police custody after police stop-checked a car.

Lifeboat rescues broken down yacht

Four people were rescued by the RNLI after their sail training yacht lost power and ran aground.

Micropub owner going for a double

The landlord of a Kent micropub is planning to open a second watering hole after the success of his first..

Buses to replace trains on Sunday

Engineering works mean passengers will be diverted via bus this weekend.

Sculptor creates treat for senses at exhibition

A visually-impaired artist has put together an exhibition which promises to be a touch sensation.

MP behind eco-cemetery bid

An MP wants to create a natural burial ground as an alternative final resting place

Is this the longest wait for a shop?

Residents are finally hoping to get the shop they were promised 23 years ago.

Prison deaths fall but violence soars

The number of deaths in prisons has fallen but violence and self-harm has increased.

Family's fundraising bid to transform son's life

A family who appeared on DIY SOS is hoping to raise £20,000 to buy a wheelchair for their youngest son who has severe cerebral palsy.

People Power wins battle for Kent beach

A holiday park has been forced to take down railings after residents objected to a private beach being fenced off.

Power restored to almost 500 homes

Homes, shops and a nursery school were left without power after a live electricity cable crashed to the ground.

Citizens Advice braced for surge in debt queries

Citizens Advice Swale is expecting Wednesday, January 31, to be one of the busiest days of the year.

Outrage as dead horse is found 'dumped'

The RSPCA is urging people to get in touch after a horse was found on land near a bridge.

Speed camera bid fails despite backing by MP

A bid for a speed camera to be erected outside a school has been turned down.

Three arrests following 'rape'

Police are investigating allegations a woman in her 20s was raped at a house.

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