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Smuggling case dropped against restaurant boss

01 October 2016
Smuggling case dropped against restaurant boss

A restaurant owner arrested on suspicion of people smuggling after a migrant was found in the boot of her car has been told the case has been dropped.

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Cathedral to kick-start £25 million overhaul

30 September 2016
Cathedral to kick-start £25 million overhaul

A Lottery windfall will allow authorities to fund urgent repairs and a new visitor centre at a world-famous Kent landmark.

Was balloon to blame for bringing down plane?

28 August 2016
Was balloon to blame for bringing down plane?

A stunt plane which ditched into the sea and flipped in front of thousands of spectators may have been brought down by a balloon, it's emerged.

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Construction bosses break silence

15 August 2016
Construction bosses break silence

Bosses at the one of the county's biggest firms in the building industry have spoken out after filing for administration.

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'Death rattle' alerts paramedic to man dying in street

05 August 2016
'Death rattle' alerts paramedic to man dying in street

When off duty paramedic Jon Haigh heard a distinctive 'death rattle' he realised the man on the next bench had minutes to live.

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Family's horror as missing cat was dead in freezer

25 July 2016
Family's horror as missing cat was dead in freezer

The heartbroken owners of a missing cat have told of their horror at hearing it had been put down and was being kept in a vet's freezer.

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Murder suspect released as death declared 'non suspicious'

16 July 2016
Murder suspect released as death declared 'non suspicious'

A man arrested on suspicion of murder after a 38-year-old woman died in her seaside home faces no further action.

Child awarded £15m after meningitis blunder

13 July 2016
Child awarded £15m after meningitis blunder

A nine-year-old boy has been awarded a multi-million pounds payout after doctors who failed to diagnose meningitis left him brain-damaged.

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Lawyer's plea for release of shoelace

09 July 2016
Lawyer's plea for release of shoelace

The lawyer of a convicted murderer is still waiting for key evidence to be produced in a famous murder case - six weeks after it was requested.

Cathedral guard tells foreign mum: 'Dover's that way, love'

07 July 2016
Cathedral guard tells foreign mum: 'Dover's that way, love'

Canterbury Cathedral has been rocked by scandal after a South American was racially abused by a long-standing staff member.

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Pub landlord to appear on stage as himself

02 July 2016
Pub landlord to appear on stage as himself

A pub landlord is to appear as himself - with his own bar recreated on stage - in a play at one of Kent's biggest theatres.

'Rowdy students are making my life hell'

26 June 2016
'Rowdy students are making my life hell'

A disabled writer says his neighbourhood is "descending into hell" after being plagued by sleepless nights, vandalism - and excrement on his doorstep.

Grieving parents' plea after cot death

17 June 2016
Grieving parents' plea after cot death

A mum and dad have relived the heartbreaking chain of events after finding their baby lifeless in his cot.

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Orlando shooting: 'A reminder we must celebrate our differences'

13 June 2016
Orlando shooting: 'A reminder we must celebrate our differences'

America's worst mass shooting in history tragically coincided with a successful LGBT Pride parade which drew thousands of supporters.

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Archbishop of Canterbury: I'll vote to remain in EU

12 June 2016
Archbishop of Canterbury: I'll vote to remain in EU

The head of the Church of England today warns against "succumbing to our worst instincts" over immigration.

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Fresh twist in Lin and Megan Russell murder case

10 June 2016
Fresh twist in Lin and Megan Russell murder case

New witnesses have come forward who could cast doubt on the conviction of Michael Stone for a brutal double murder.

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I was made to feel like a terrorist, says arrested dentist

06 June 2016
I was made to feel like a terrorist, says arrested dentist

Renowned city dentist, Nadim Safdar, was made to feel like a terrorist after Bradley and Partners practice was raided.

Grammar forced into academy revote

02 June 2016
Grammar forced into academy revote

Education bosses have uncovered "procedural shortcomings" while investigating a school's plans to become an academy.

Former dentist to the stars arrested in raid

26 May 2016
Former dentist to the stars arrested in raid

An ex-Harley Street practitioner who lists celebrities and heads of state as former clients is being quizzed after police raided his Kent clinic.

Police appeal after schools evacuated after bomb threats

23 May 2016
Police appeal after schools evacuated after bomb threats

Hundreds of pupils were evacuated from two Kent schools following menacing bomb threats - police are appealing for information.

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