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Publicans 'soldier on' despite huge hole

Publicans 'soldier on' despite huge hole

A landlord still managed to open his pub this weekend, despite a car ploughing into it during a late night crash.

Family's appeal for information after teenager dies in crash

Family's appeal for information after teenager dies in crash

The family of a teenage girl killed in a car crash are asking anyone with information about the incident to come forward.

Teenage girl dies in car crash

Teenage girl dies in car crash

A teenager girl was killed and four others seriously hurt after a car left the road and collided with a tree.

Car ploughs into historic pub

Car ploughs into historic pub

A pub still managed to serve drinks today, despite the building being seriously damaged in an early morning crash.

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Maskless men booted from train

Maskless men booted from train

Four men were removed from a train after failing to wear masks.

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£1,500 raised for daughter of woman who lost cancer battle

£1,500 raised for daughter of woman who lost cancer battle

A village raised money for a special first birthday present for the daughter of a woman who died with cancer.

Town centre pub set to remain permanently closed

Town centre pub set to remain permanently closed

The owner of a prominent pub doubts he will ever reopen the site, ending its decades-long association with a town centre.

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Yo! Sushi reopening at shopping centre

Yo! Sushi reopening at shopping centre

A Kent Yo! Sushi branch is one of five nationwide welcoming customers tomorrow.

Secrecy over plans for giant distribution centre

Secrecy over plans for giant distribution centre

Bosses behind plans for a huge warehouse on an industrial estate are remaining tight-lipped over who will run the two-storey site.

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Huge John Lewis store may never reopen

Huge John Lewis store may never reopen

A two-storey John Lewis shop which has been shut since lockdown began may never reopen its doors.

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Man 'spits at' train enforcement officer

Man 'spits at' train enforcement officer

A man is in custody after allegedly spitting at an officer who had previously arrested him.

Paul O'Grady to build private dance studio at Kent home

Paul O'Grady to build private dance studio at Kent home

TV favourite and Kent resident Paul O'Grady is to build a private dance studio for his 40-year-old ballet star husband.

Demolition of former homeware store set to start

Demolition of former homeware store set to start

Contractors are preparing to knock down a former homeware store as part of plans for a controversial 16-storey tower block.

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Library opening dates revealed

Library opening dates revealed

The council has announced when 12 Kent libraries will re-open to the public.

Israeli investor snaps up landmark for £14m

Israeli investor snaps up landmark for £14m

A private investor from Israel has bought a huge nine-storey building in a £14m deal.

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Food factory pays tribute to tragic apprentice, 20

Food factory pays tribute to tragic apprentice, 20

Staff at a long-running food factory have paid tribute to a tragic 20-year-old found dead in woodland.

Fundraiser set up for family of mum found dead on M20

Fundraiser set up for family of mum found dead on M20

A fundraiser has been set up to cover funeral costs for a young mum who was found dead on a motorway.

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115 jobs at risk as leisure centre set to close

115 jobs at risk as leisure centre set to close

Plans to shut a leisure centre for a year to allow for refurbishment works could cause more than 100 job losses.

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Defensive additions at Homelands

Defensive additions at Homelands

Ashford United have added a couple of defenders to their squad ahead of the 2020/21 season.

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Leisure centre to close for a year

Leisure centre to close for a year

A popular leisure centre will remain closed for a year as part of a £6.5m refurbishment.

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