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Gas cloud likely came from ship

A gas cloud which enveloped large swathes of the coast over the bank holiday likely came from a ship, police have said.

Rees-Mogg’s mother-in-law bags bottle of booze signed by Boris Johnson in Tory tombola

A bottle of champagne signed by Boris Johnson and raffled off during a summer Tory tombola was won by the mother-in-law of Jacob Rees-Mogg.

CCTV issued after spate of thefts from cars

Police are appealing for information following a number of thefts from cars in one Kent village.

Woman cut out of car following crash

A woman had to be cut out of her car after a crash in a rural lane.

New homes approved for village

A council planning committee has approved plans to build a new housing development in a village.

Woman cut free after two-car crash

Firefighters used specialist hydraulic equipment to free a woman trapped in a car after a crash.

Crook stole cash from pensioner

Police are hunting a man who stole cash from a pensioner's home after offering to sharpen tools.

MP steps in over power cut problems

Residents suffering from frequent power cuts at their home went to their MP to see if the situation could be remedied.

Crews tackle caravan fire

Fire crews were called to reports that a derelict caravan was on fire last night.

Bust-up at boot fair

Shoppers got more than they bargained for when a brawl broke out at a boot fair yesterday.

Drunk teenager crashed boyfriend's car

A 19-year-old who had never driven before ended up in a stream after losing control of a vehicle she wanted to move just 500ft.

Drug-driving mum left woman brain damaged

A mum of two who left a young woman with devastating injuries after falling asleep at the wheel and smashing into her car has been jailed.

Scrapyard plans approved

Council approves 25 new homes despite flooding fears.

Crash on busy road

Emergency services have been called after a lorry and car crashed on a busy road.

Plea to help toddler take his first steps

A couple are trying to raise £85,000 so their son can undergo a life-changing operation which helped his sister suffering from the same condition.

Crews tackle hay fire

Crews have tackled a hundred bales of hay on fire in a Kent village.

Theft from charity for disabled people

A charity which helps disabled people in the community has been left shocked after a piece of equipment was stolen in the early hours.

Residents pull together during fire

Villagers have been praised by the fire service as they pulled together to make sure residents left their houses.

Delays clear after crash

A major A-road has reopened following a crash which caused long delays.

Family pays tribute to 71-year-old biker

The family of a 71-year-old biker has said he died doing what he loved.

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