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Bath bomb shop to fill empty unit

Bath bomb shop to fill empty unit

A family-run business which rapidly gained customers via its Facebook page is to take over an empty town centre unit.

Huge solar farm planned for fields next to M20

Huge solar farm planned for fields next to M20

A utility company is hoping to install a huge solar farm on rural land which could power 17,000 homes a year.

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Opening of six-storey Hilton hotel delayed again

Opening of six-storey Hilton hotel delayed again

A 140-room Hampton by Hilton hotel originally set to open in December has postponed its launch again.

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Wife of Wayne Couzens speaks out after he admits murder

Wife of Wayne Couzens speaks out after he admits murder

The wife of the former Met officer who admitted murder yesterday, says she is still struggling to come to terms with her husband's horrendous crimes.

Aldi reveals bid for new supermarket

Aldi reveals bid for new supermarket

Budget supermarket chain Aldi has unveiled plans to open its second branch in a Kent town - creating 50 new jobs.

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Wedding rings stolen in break-in

Wedding rings stolen in break-in

Gold jewellery including wedding rings has been stolen in a daylight break-in.

'All of us are sickened, angered and devastated'

'All of us are sickened, angered and devastated'

The Metropolitan Police have issued a statement after Wayne Couzens pleaded guilty to the murder of Sarah Everard.

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Woman racially abused by man urinating in alleyway

Woman racially abused by man urinating in alleyway

A woman was racially abused after confronting a man who was urinating in public.

The painstaking search for Sarah

The painstaking search for Sarah

We look back at the huge search for Sarah Everard after Wayne Couzens pleads guilty to her murder.

More than 100,000 trees to mark Queen’s jubilee

More than 100,000 trees to mark Queen’s jubilee

A borough is to be flooded with tens of thousands of new trees for the Queen’s platinum jubilee.

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18 months of roadworks as traffic lights to replace roundabout

18 months of roadworks as traffic lights to replace roundabout

One of a town's busiest roundabouts is to be replaced with traffic lights, causing months of disruption for motorists.

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'Easily the best at our level'

'Easily the best at our level'

Tommy Warrilow hailed Jay May as the best targetman in the league following the striker’s return to Ashford United.

Co-op to close for month-long refurb

Co-op to close for month-long refurb

A Co-op store is to shut for almost a month, allowing bosses to rework the inside of the shop and paint the exterior.

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Man left with multiple injuries after assault

Man left with multiple injuries after assault

A man has been charged after an assault left another with multiple injuries.

Drivers face delays as A20 shuts for 2 weeks

Drivers face delays as A20 shuts for 2 weeks

Part of the A20 is to remain closed for almost two weeks so contractors can install an electricity supply for a new housing estate.

Underused car park could become homeless shelter

Underused car park could become homeless shelter

An "under-performing" car park near a town centre could be turned into a temporary accommodation block for the homeless.

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Social club could make way for 31 flats

Social club could make way for 31 flats

A social club could be relocated, freeing up room for 31 flats on a prime site.

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Man taken to hospital after burglary

Man taken to hospital after burglary

Three people believed to have been involved in a burglary have been arrested after a man was reportedly attacked.

CCTV image released after bike is stolen

CCTV image released after bike is stolen

An investigation has been launched and a photo of a man released by police following the theft of an off-road motorbike.

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Young couple injured in catapult attack

Young couple injured in catapult attack

A young couple needed hospital treatment after being attacked by three youths armed with weapons.

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