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Staff at lorry park to be redeployed amid post-Brexit delays

Staff at lorry park to be redeployed amid post-Brexit delays

Staff at a brexit lorry park could have to be redeployed amid ongoing delays to border controls.

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Heart-warming truth behind Polish 'love' signs

Heart-warming truth behind Polish 'love' signs

The mystery over handwritten Polish signs put up across a town has been solved.

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Georgian-style wine bar set for summer opening

Georgian-style wine bar set for summer opening

Twin brothers restoring a listed building into a Georgian-style bistro with a light-up pink bar are planning for a summer opening.

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Police hunt man after sex attack

Police hunt man after sex attack

Officers have issued an e-fit of a man they want to interview after reports a woman walking along a footpath was grabbed.

'There is nothing else like this for our children, this club is vital'

'There is nothing else like this for our children, this club is vital'

A school has set up a one-of-a-kind sports club for young people with disabilities to teach them how to become athletes.

Thug with 'BBQ fork' weapon sought by police

Thug with 'BBQ fork' weapon sought by police

A man who demanded people's phones while carrying a weapon shaped like a 'barbeque fork' is being sought by police.

Aldi launches consultation as more land goes up for sale

Aldi launches consultation as more land goes up for sale

A second consultation has opened into controversial plans to build a new Aldi store on a main road.

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Probe launched as would-be thieves break into shop

Probe launched as would-be thieves break into shop

Police are investigating after a shop was broken into in the early hours.

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Huge hold-ups as six weeks of lane closures begin

Huge hold-ups as six weeks of lane closures begin

Lane closures are causing long tailbacks as work to replace a roundabout with traffic lights finally gets going.

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Cycling cafe set to open in summer as work starts

Cycling cafe set to open in summer as work starts

A new cycling cafe made from shipping containers could open this summer as work on the site has started.

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No end in sight for Op Brock

No end in sight for Op Brock

Ongoing reduction of cross-Channel capacity due to P&O Ferries disruption means motorway contraflow must remain in place.

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Everything £1 in charity shop's permanent sale

Everything £1 in charity shop's permanent sale

A charity shop is selling all items, including wedding dresses and designer goods, for £1 in a permanent move to help with the rising cost of living.

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Work to remove roundabout finally begins

Work to remove roundabout finally begins

Work to replace a roundabout with traffic lights has finally started after being pushed back twice.

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Landlord ordered to pay £125k after failed legal challenge

Landlord ordered to pay £125k after failed legal challenge

Landlord Fergus Wilson has been ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of pounds to a council after he subjected employees to a 'decade of harassment'.

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Rose wins TV's Must See Moment at BAFTAs

Rose wins TV's Must See Moment at BAFTAs

Former Kent schoolgirl and Strictly Come Dancing winner Rose Ayling-Ellis won the Must See Moment at tonight's BAFTAs.

Homeless charity takes over former B&B

Homeless charity takes over former B&B

A youth homelessness charity which has taken over a former B&B that appeared on Channel 4's 'Three in a Bed' has welcomed its first resident.

Flash-flood partially closes M20

Flash-flood partially closes M20

Part of the M20 was closed after heavy rain caused flooding.

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Mystery of 'Polish love signs' across town

Mystery of 'Polish love signs' across town

The sudden appearance of a number of handwritten signs across a town has sparked interest among residents.

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Squash player Hollamby has 'Star' quality

Squash player Hollamby has 'Star' quality

An inspirational girl with a life-limiting brain condition has been recognised by squash’s national governing body.

Warrilow: There's more to come from Lockyer yet

Warrilow: There's more to come from Lockyer yet

Hitman Gary Lockyer is still not quite the finished article, according to Ashford manager Tommy Warrilow.

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