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Kebab van set to open at roadside cafe

Kebab van set to open at roadside cafe

The owner of a popular roadside cafe has revealed plans to open a kebab van next door after spotting a gap in the market.

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Calls for inquiry into 725-home decision

Calls for inquiry into 725-home decision

Residents are calling on a council to launch an inquiry into a vote which saw plans for 725 homes controversially approved.

Car dealership suffers two catapult attacks

Car dealership suffers two catapult attacks

Two catapult attacks over a weekend have caused thousands of pounds worth of damage for a car dealer.

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Bulldogs stolen from their home

Bulldogs stolen from their home

Two beloved bulldogs named named Pebbles and Queenie have been stolen from their home.

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Woman arrested after fatal crash in clear

Woman arrested after fatal crash in clear

A Kent woman arrested after a fatal crash is no longer being investigated, say police.

New Kent test centre pledged

New Kent test centre pledged

A question in the House of Commons has prompted a pledge from the Health Secretary.

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Trolley of stolen ice cream returned

Trolley of stolen ice cream returned

Police were in a race against time to retrieve stolen ice cream on a hot day.

'I hated everything about myself after racist attack at eight'

'I hated everything about myself after racist attack at eight'

A girl who was attacked by a car-load of racists when she was just eight has returned to the spot to hold held her own Black Lives Matter protest.

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Two injured after ambulance flips in pile-up

Two injured after ambulance flips in pile-up

An ambulance has flipped onto its roof after four vehicles crashed on the M20 which led to the London-bound carriageway being closed.

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Ready for hottest day of year so far?

Ready for hottest day of year so far?

Today is the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures reaching 25C and firefighters have issued a warning that we all take care.

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Soldier silhouettes to be installed on roundabout

Soldier silhouettes to be installed on roundabout

A town's links with the First World War will be recognised when a number of soldier silhouettes are installed on a busy roundabout.

Schoolgirl's own Black Lives Matter protest

Schoolgirl's own Black Lives Matter protest

A 17-year-old has expressed her outrage at the death of a black man in the US after officers knelt on his neck as London is swamped with protestors.

'The litter is worse than ever'

'The litter is worse than ever'

Angry residents are calling for registration numbers to be printed on fast food packaging following a spike in roadside litter.

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Man on knife and drug charges after harbour assault

Man on knife and drug charges after harbour assault

A man has been charged with three offences following an assault that left a man in hospital.

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Abandoned kitten has leg amputated

Abandoned kitten has leg amputated

The RSPCA has launched an appeal after Cabbage the kitten was found abandoned.

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'Courageous' mum dies before US cancer treatment begins

'Courageous' mum dies before US cancer treatment begins

A mother-of-one has died just weeks after she was accepted on to a trial to receive potentially life-saving treatment.

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Scandal-hit hospitals told to improve maternity services

Scandal-hit hospitals told to improve maternity services

Maternity services at a Kent hospital trust has been rated as "requiring improvement" following an inspection.

'Rod Stewart helped me find my voice after coronavirus coma'

'Rod Stewart helped me find my voice after coronavirus coma'

A grandfather who was in an induced coma with Covid-19 refound his voice by singing Rod Stewart songs.

Photographer earns exhibition spot with lockdown snaps

Photographer earns exhibition spot with lockdown snaps

A Kent photographer's lockdown photos will feature in a Vogue Italia exhibition

Bingo hall plans on hold amid £4.5m budget gap

Bingo hall plans on hold amid £4.5m budget gap

Multi-million pound projects, including the redevelopment of a bingo hall, are set to be paused as lockdown has cost a council £4.5m.

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