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Wetlands plan could put house building back on track

Wetlands plan could put house building back on track

A council is to acquire land for wetlands in a bid to overcome environmental concerns over additional housing development in the county.

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'People should have a second chance to see'

'People should have a second chance to see'

A nine-year-old girl has met the guide dog she helped to buy after raising an amazing £10,000.

Drunk downed vodka before hospital sex attack

Drunk downed vodka before hospital sex attack

Flasher who groped hospital worker was 'lucky he was not dead' after downing 2.5 litres of vodka before being found unconscious at a petrol station.

Memorial match for man who took his own life

Memorial match for man who took his own life

A football match has been staged to raise money for a mental health charity in memory of a young man took his own life.

Man 'dragged to ground' and injured during robbery

Man 'dragged to ground' and injured during robbery

An appeal has been launched after a man was approached in the middle of the night and dragged to the ground before being robbed.

Traffic hell for drivers as 18 months' of roadworks set to begin

Traffic hell for drivers as 18 months' of roadworks set to begin

An 18-month-long roadworks scheme is set to begin today, but some business owners fear trade will take a hefty hit.

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Man charged after sex attack at hospital

Man charged after sex attack at hospital

A man is due in court after allegedly exposing himself at a hospital, sexually assaulting a woman and attacking emergency workers.

Man charged with assaulting officers at pub

Man charged with assaulting officers at pub

A man had been charged after a disturbance at a pub where two officers were assaulted.

Motorcyclist dies after crash

Motorcyclist dies after crash

A motorcyclist has died of his injuries almost two weeks after his bike was in collision with a car.

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McDonald's resubmits plan for new branch

McDonald's resubmits plan for new branch

McDonald's could get its fourth branch in a town if changes to a plan are approved.

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Council plea after bin lorry paint mishap

Council plea after bin lorry paint mishap

A council has pleaded with its residents after a bin lorry had a mishap with an unopened paint can.

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Man 'caught flashing' in park

Man 'caught flashing' in park

A man has been arrested after reportedly being caught flashing in a park after officers were called after he was apparently seen acting indecently.

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Head teacher retires after 15 years at the helm

Head teacher retires after 15 years at the helm

The popular head of one of the country's top secondary schools has left following years of achievements.

Tiny Chihuahua savaged by dog in street

Tiny Chihuahua savaged by dog in street

CCTV has captured the moment a German shepherd set about three smaller dogs in an attack that has left their owner 'heartbroken'.

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Traffic hell for drivers as 18 months of roadworks to begin

Traffic hell for drivers as 18 months of roadworks to begin

An 18-month-long roadworks scheme is set to start next week, but some business owners fear trade will take a hefty hit.

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Man threatened with knife but refuses to hand over cash

Man threatened with knife but refuses to hand over cash

A man was threatened at knifepoint but refused to hand over any cash in an attempted mugging and police are appealing for witnesses.

Trains disrupted by faulty signals

Trains disrupted by faulty signals

Trains between Kent and the Sussex coast are being disrupted this morning by a fault with the signalling system.

Police car damaged in crash with Range Rover

Police car damaged in crash with Range Rover

A Kent Police marked Vauxhall Astra has been damaged after being involved in an accident at a busy junction this afternoon.

Caravan park planned for business estate

Caravan park planned for business estate

Developers want to tear down buildings at a rural business centre and replace them with 30 'park homes' for the over-50s.

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'Very confusing' M20 signs lead drivers to Brexit lorry park

'Very confusing' M20 signs lead drivers to Brexit lorry park

Highways bosses have launched a review of signage at a multi-million pound M20 junction following complaints from motorists.

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