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Postman 'sacked over one minute delay'

Postman 'sacked over one minute delay'

A union has hit out at the 'outrageous' dismissal of a postman fired for allegedly making a delivery one minute late.

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New school looks like 'detention centre'

New school looks like 'detention centre'

Councillors have slammed the look of a new primary school set to be built on a town’s largest-ever housing estate.

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65 pupils off after bug outbreak

65 pupils off after bug outbreak

Parents say a school should have been closed to prevent the spread of a "highly contagious" bug.

Armed police swoop on town

Armed police swoop on town

A police helicopter was out as part of an investigation which involved armed police raiding houses.

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Junction won't open until after Brexit

Junction won't open until after Brexit

A new £104 million junction will not be open in time for the Brexit deadline, sparking fears travel chaos will ensue.

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Smith's ambitious target

Smith's ambitious target

Ashford United striker David Smith reveals the goal tally he hopes to reach this season.

No arrests a year after 'chainsaw attack'

No arrests a year after 'chainsaw attack'

Police are still hunting a man who threatened people in a town centre with a 'chainsaw'.

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Operation Brock returns to M20

Operation Brock returns to M20

Narrow lanes and a 50mph limit will return in both directions on the M20 next month when Operation Brock is reactivated.

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Council crackdown on anti-social behaviour

Council crackdown on anti-social behaviour

A property has been boarded-up and court orders have been imposed on two others in an effort to tackle drug abuse and noise.

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Killer Asian hornet search continues

Killer Asian hornet search continues

Experts are still searching for a nest belonging to an invasive hornet after it was spotted in the county.

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Murder accused 'slit man's throat'

Murder accused 'slit man's throat'

A man left the country on a private jet after slitting a young man’s throat leaving a 15 inch long fatal 'gaping wound', a court heard.

Film studios could be open by 2021

Film studios could be open by 2021

Giants including Netflix, Amazon and HBO could be filming at a new studios in Kent in two years, with a planning application imminent.

Syrian and Kent mums unite through art

Syrian and Kent mums unite through art

An arts charity is helping to break the language barrier between Kent communities and Syrian refugees.

First look inside new Five Guys

First look inside new Five Guys

An American burger chain has opened its fourth store in the county at a multi-million pound shopping centre expansion.

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Aerial pictures of bridge demolition

Aerial pictures of bridge demolition

Aerial pictures show how a bridge over the M20 was demolished last weekend.

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Landlord leaves pub after a month

Landlord leaves pub after a month

The future of a town centre pub hangs in the balance after a string of recent tenants.

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Aboagye confident of success

Aboagye confident of success

Ashford United defender Jerald Aboagye keen to highlight the progress made at Homelands since his arrival.

Teenage referee 'punched' after game

Teenage referee 'punched' after game

A referee suffered a facial injury after allegedly being punched by a man following a football match.

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'He charmed his way through life with his smile'

'He charmed his way through life with his smile'

A grandad has paid tribute to his "charming" grandson who was "like a best friend to him".

League the bread and butter

League the bread and butter

Ashford United boss Tommy Warrilow reacts to FA Cup exit and looks forward to Isthmian South East game at Whyteleafe.

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