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Shock as car ploughs into Sainsbury's trolley bay

Shock as car ploughs into Sainsbury's trolley bay

A trolley bay has been destroyed and three cars damaged in a bizarre crash in a Sainsbury's car park.

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Concern over missing vulnerable woman

Concern over missing vulnerable woman

Police are asking the public to look our for a missing woman wearing a Christmas jumper.

Man in hospital after M20 break down crash

Man in hospital after M20 break down crash

A man has been taken to hospital after a van crashed into a recovery vehicle on the M20.

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Nike and Adidas to get bigger Outlet stores

Nike and Adidas to get bigger Outlet stores

Sportswear giants Nike and Adidas are both set to get bigger units at the Ashford Designer Outlet as part of a store reshuffle.

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'He pulled a knife out his pocket and started sprinting at me'

'He pulled a knife out his pocket and started sprinting at me'

A cyclist who managed to swerve away from thugs who tried to attack him with bottles and a knife is warning others to be vigilant.

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Storm Arwen brings chaos to rail services

Storm Arwen brings chaos to rail services

Fierce winds have brought down trees on railway lines, causing cancellations and delays to train services.

Search for driver who fled after crashing into telegraph pole

Search for driver who fled after crashing into telegraph pole

Police are trying to trace a driver who failed to stop after crashing into a power line.

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Woman pushed to ground in mugging

Woman pushed to ground in mugging

An elderly victim's handbag was stolen by a masked and hooded man in a daylight robbery yesterday morning.

Hammer and crowbar seized after late-night brawl

Hammer and crowbar seized after late-night brawl

Three people have been arrested after a hammer and a crowbar were used in a town centre fight.

Station decked with 3,000 recycled tickets

Station decked with 3,000 recycled tickets

A 4ft tall cutout of Wallace and Gromit is among Christmas decorations made from thousands of recycled tickets at a train station.

'We haven't been asked the right questions'

'We haven't been asked the right questions'

A group of residents are taking matters into their own hands after walking out of a meeting over the future of a demolished community centre site.

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Lorry, van and two cars collide on motorway

Lorry, van and two cars collide on motorway

One lane has been closed on a motorway after four vehicles collided.

Warrilow: Follow Wisson's lead

Warrilow: Follow Wisson's lead

Boss Tommy Warrilow is calling on Ashford’s out-of-favour players to take a leaf out of Josh Wisson’s book.

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Supermarket to become festive drive-in cinema

Supermarket to become festive drive-in cinema

A supermarket car park will be transformed into a festive drive-in cinema to raise money for a children's hospital ward.

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First look inside £5 million restaurant

First look inside £5 million restaurant

A restaurant with a bistro, an oyster bar, and a pub is preparing to open after £5 million renovations.

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Sanctuary 'devastated' by death of 'iconic' tiger

Sanctuary 'devastated' by death of 'iconic' tiger

Staff at a wildlife sanctuary are 'devastated' by the death of an 18-year-old 'regal' tiger.

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Teen jailed for life for drugs gang murder

Teen jailed for life for drugs gang murder

A teenage murderer has been jailed for life just hours after apologising for killing his former pal in a drugs war in Kent.

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'It's not clear social care solution is fair'

'It's not clear social care solution is fair'

A Kent MP was among nearly 70 Tories who did not back the government in a key vote on changes to the adult social care system.

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MP urges rethink on care costs cap plan

MP urges rethink on care costs cap plan

The government could face a revolt on its social care reforms in a vote due to be held later today.

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Kent restaurant named UK's best takeaway

Kent restaurant named UK's best takeaway

A Kent takeaway has been named the UK's best, despite only opening in lockdown.

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