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Tributes to popular author

Tributes to popular author

Tributes have been paid to a former newspaper employee turned author who recounted her life in wartime Kent.

Man charged in begging crackdown

Man charged in begging crackdown

Officers have charged a man after a woman was verbally abused when she was approached for money.

Vegan hair and beauty salon opens

Vegan hair and beauty salon opens

A hair and beauty salon offering cruelty-free treatments has opened in a town centre.

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Cash machine TNT raiders jailed

Cash machine TNT raiders jailed

Footage shows the moment two thieves, who have now been jailed, blew up cash machines with TNT.

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£1,400 stolen from carer's bag in town

£1,400 stolen from carer's bag in town

A woman is warning shoppers to be vigilant in a town centre after a large quantity of cash was taken from her backpack.

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Window smashed by catapult

Window smashed by catapult

A homeowner has spoken out after a window was shot out by rocks.

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Condon: I know what it takes

Condon: I know what it takes

New signing Aaron Condon believes he can play a big part in Ashford United's push for promotion.

Opening date revealed for Designer Outlet extension

Opening date revealed for Designer Outlet extension

Shopping centre chiefs are weeks away from cutting the ribbon on a £90 million project.

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Big beauty brands coming to Outlet

Big beauty brands coming to Outlet

A shop stocking Estèe Lauder, MAC, Jo Malone, Bobbi Brown and Clinique products will be moving into an outlet.

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Rail apprentices are finally reunited

Rail apprentices are finally reunited

A chance meeting on a bus in Morocco has reunited a group of friends 50 years after they last spoke.

Bank employee defrauded thousands from elderly customers

Bank employee defrauded thousands from elderly customers

A 26-year-old took thousands from trusting victims, one of whom was a blind man.

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Plans for rural business park rejected

Plans for rural business park rejected

Council officers refused an application for a coffee shop, offices and homes on agricultural land, branding it 'unsustainable'.

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'Junction 10a will be ready for Brexit'

'Junction 10a will be ready for Brexit'

As working hours on Junction 10a get extended, an MP has been reassured it will be ready for lorries coming in after Brexit.

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M20 closed after caravan crash

M20 closed after caravan crash

A stretch of the M20 was closed while emergency services deal with the aftermath of a crash.

Teen's 4-hour seizures caused by sore throat

Teen's 4-hour seizures caused by sore throat

A teen's four-hour seizures and uncontrollable fits of laughter almost saw him sent to a psychiatric unit. Now doctor's have worked out what is wrong.

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Pair blew up cash machines with TNT

Pair blew up cash machines with TNT

Two men who were arrested as they fled the country have been jailed for blowing up cash machines and stealing £35,000.

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Breeder who left puppy in freezer avoids jail

Breeder who left puppy in freezer avoids jail

A man convicted of animal cruelty following an RSPCA probe has avoided a prison term.

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M20 crash causes 3 miles of tailbacks

M20 crash causes 3 miles of tailbacks

One lane is blocked on a motorway following a crash, which has resulted in three miles of queuing traffic this morning.

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Three-year-old raises more than £1000 for hospice

Three-year-old raises more than £1000 for hospice

A preschooler walked five miles in aid of a charity supporting her terminally ill 'DamDam'.

Lorry and motorbike crash closes M20

Lorry and motorbike crash closes M20

Part of the M20 was closed following a serious crash involving a lorry and motorbike.

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