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Escaped monkey 'scrapped with pals'

17 December 2015
Escaped monkey 'scrapped with pals'

Park keepers hunting a macaque which went missing two nights ago fear he has fallen out with his group.

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Monkey on the loose

16 December 2015
Monkey on the loose

Members of the public are warned not to approach a lion-tailed macaque which has escaped from an animal park.

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Nightclub stripped of 3am licence due to 'binge-drinking'

15 December 2015
Nightclub stripped of 3am licence due to 'binge-drinking'

A busy city centre bar has been told it must stop serving alcohol at 1am after concerns were raised about binge-drinking revellers.

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Head hits back at Ofsted over bruising inspection

09 December 2015
Head hits back at Ofsted over bruising inspection

The watchdog is operating a 'crude academic race which many pupils find unwinnable', a principal has said.

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Car parking set to be 'revolutionised'

08 December 2015
Car parking set to be 'revolutionised'

Radical plans for cutting edge ANPR and barrier technology are today revealed for a historic city centre.

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Disabled war veteran being evicted by Army

27 November 2015
Disabled war veteran being evicted by Army

A wheelchair-bound war veteran, his wife and baby have been ordered to quit their Army digs... just days before Christmas.

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Pictures: Sea forts could become billionaires’ playground

26 November 2015
Pictures: Sea forts could become billionaires’ playground

Revealed... how sea forts could be transformed into a billionaires' playground to rival Richard Branson's Necker Island.

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Ambitious plans to transform landmark seafront building

25 November 2015
Ambitious plans to transform landmark seafront building

‘This could be for Ramsgate what the Turner Contemporary is for Margate,’ say trustees of the West Cliff Hall as architect reveals drawings.

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Human skeletons discovered under Peugeot garage

20 November 2015
Human skeletons discovered under Peugeot garage

Builders demolishing a derelict garage have unearthed a number of human skeletons, including those of children.

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Trust remains in special measures, despite improvements

18 November 2015
Trust remains in special measures, despite improvements

Despite improvements, a hospital trust remains in special measures following a week-long inspection.

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Students' website is subject of New York Times article

10 November 2015
Students' website is subject of New York Times article

Budding sports journalists are featured in the US broadsheet after their Major League soccer website amassed 1m hits.

Dad charts son's growth - with new drawing each week

09 November 2015
Dad charts son's growth - with new drawing each week

A proud dad has a unique record of his son's early years - after drawing a fresh picture of him every week.

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Man United fan sues police for false imprisonment

05 November 2015
Man United fan sues police for false imprisonment

An electrician has accused police of creating a "fantasy picture" after he was wrongfully arrested for helping a fellow football fan.

Keep death crossing open, say protestors

02 November 2015
Keep death crossing open, say protestors

A notorious rail crossing where a girl was killed should not be closed to the public, campaigners claim.

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Hundreds fight to save beachfront public space

01 November 2015
Hundreds fight to save beachfront public space

Demonstrators gathered to protest against the council's sale of a seaside plot for holiday homes.

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Thousands of homes planned for 'garden suburb'

19 October 2015
Thousands of homes planned for 'garden suburb'

Four thousand homes could be built in a project dubbed an area's single largest housing scheme of all time.

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Court judgment on school absence is unhelpful, head warns

19 October 2015
Court judgment on school absence is unhelpful, head warns

Rules are unclear after a dad was cleared of taking his daughter out of class, says a Kent head teacher.

The city’s like a bomb site – smashed windows, vomit

16 October 2015
The city’s like a bomb site – smashed windows, vomit

A leading restaurateur has told KentOnline he is tired of thugs and drunks running riot in the early hours after yet another break-in.

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Historic pub taken on by Michelin-listed chef

14 October 2015
Historic pub taken on by Michelin-listed chef

A 16th century pub is to reopen as a 50-cover eaterie run by the man behind Kent Restaurant of the Year 2015.

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Details revealed for urban transformation

13 October 2015
Details revealed for urban transformation

A city's biggest urban regeneration in years will see a 10-screen cinema, shops, eateries and a new public square.

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