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Fawlty Towers fun and mayhem at village hall

21 November 2019
Fawlty Towers fun and mayhem at village hall

Nothing goes right at Fawlty Towers and in two staged episodes of Basil the Rat and the Hotel Inspector audiences will witness that for themselves

Listen to story audio at art show

16 November 2019
Listen to story audio at art show

Visitors to an exhibition can listen to a story written by the artist at the same time as browsing her accompanying artwork

Auction and festive trees 'all for Christmas lights switch-on'

15 November 2019
Auction and festive trees 'all for Christmas lights switch-on'

Lots went under the hammer and festive spruces were erected throughout a town centre in preparation for a its Christmas Lights extravaganza

General Election 2019 candidates for Dover and Deal

14 November 2019
General Election 2019 candidates for Dover and Deal

This is who you could vote for on December 12

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Veteran tells fraudster 'You're a fake'

12 November 2019
Veteran tells fraudster 'You're a fake'

When a ship's captain was serving for his country he never dreamed he'd win a lottery. Sadly when he thought he had, he found out it was a cruel con

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Chimney sweep reminder after blaze

10 November 2019
Chimney sweep reminder after blaze

Now is the time to get your chimney's swept, Kent Fire & Rescue say after a blaze broke out earlier today

Suspect released after attack near church

10 November 2019
Suspect released after attack near church

A man who had been arrested on suspicion of a vicious assault near a church has been released pending investigation

Poppies dropped over the White Cliffs by Dakota

10 November 2019
Poppies dropped over the White Cliffs by Dakota

Three quarters of a million poppies showered over the White Cliffs of Dover in a touching tribute to The Fallen at 11am

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This is how Kent remembered its war heroes

10 November 2019
This is how Kent remembered its war heroes

As silence fell over Kent this morning, people young and old remembered the ultimate sacrifices our war heroes made for the freedom we enjoy

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Betteshanger Park reopens after travellers disruption

08 November 2019
Betteshanger Park reopens after travellers disruption

A country park famed for cycling is offering discounted bike hire to encourage visitors now it has reopened following a travellers incursion

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Mia's poem makes chemist's WWI window display

08 November 2019
Mia's poem makes chemist's WWI window display

When a 10 year-old was given a homework task to write a War poem for Remembrance she didn't know quite how many people would read it

Get bidding in aid of lights switch-on

08 November 2019
Get bidding in aid of lights switch-on

An auction tonight will raise cash to enable a chamber of trade to put on a town's Christmas Lights switch-on event

Grant boosts wildlife at White Cliffs of Dover

07 November 2019
Grant boosts wildlife at White Cliffs of Dover

A £2.27million grant from the People's Postcode Lottery has helped the National Trust buy land and boost wildlife on the White Cliffs of Dover

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Memories of a Vietnam protest

02 November 2019
Memories of a Vietnam protest

Fifty years ago this autumn protestors, with their placards and banners, mounted a demonstration against the US occupation of Vietnam

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Olympic rower to open new Aldi

28 October 2019
Olympic rower to open new Aldi

A much anticipated new Aldi store is to be opened by a bronze medalist Olympic rower who will be handing out fresh fruit and vegetables

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Miners tales influence children's book

26 October 2019
Miners tales influence children's book

Recollections of an underground river where Kent miners dug for coal are among those featured in a children's adventure book and stage show

'I was the first to arrest the Kray twins'

25 October 2019
'I was the first to arrest the Kray twins'

A retired Met Police officer has recalled making the first arrest of the Kray twins as they embarked on their notorious career of violent crime.

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Fire in multi-storey car park

24 October 2019
Fire in multi-storey car park

Firefighters were called to a multi-storey car park at a shopping centre off a busy high street.

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Call for faster action over traveller camps

20 October 2019
Call for faster action over traveller camps

A parish council wants 320 local authorities to join a campaign over travellers setting up camp illegally.

Murder accused denies abortion plea

18 October 2019
Murder accused denies abortion plea

A man accused of murdering his pregnant wife 20 years ago has denied asking her to have an abortion.

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