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Work starts on new Aldi store

10 February 2018
Work starts on new Aldi store

Diggers have moved onto land in a Kent town as construction of an 18,500 sq ft store gets underway.

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Mourners remember 'remarkable' MP

09 February 2018
Mourners remember 'remarkable' MP

A long-serving MP sacked by Margaret Thatcher after refusing to accept reductions in the size of the Royal Navy has been remembered at his funeral.

Tributes to talented nurse killed in crash

09 February 2018
Tributes to talented nurse killed in crash

About 700 people attended the funeral of a popular mother-of-two who died in a tragic crash while on her way to a wake.

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Work to start on dual carriageway project

07 February 2018
Work to start on dual carriageway project

Contractors are to begin work next week on a multimillion-pound widening scheme which will turn a congested road into a dual carriageway.

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Council tight-lipped over cost of flats

06 February 2018
Council tight-lipped over cost of flats

Critics say council bosses are lacking transparency after they refused to reveal how much they paid for 28 high-quality apartments.

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Town centre spot sold for £3m

05 February 2018
Town centre spot sold for £3m

A prominent town centre spot previously home to a farming retailer could become 160 apartments after being sold for £3m.

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Heathcote secures RX2 graduation

02 February 2018
Heathcote secures RX2 graduation

British Rallycross champion Nathan Heathcote will graduate to the RX2 series this year, competing on the international scene for the first time.

Anger after cabbies moved from station

31 January 2018
Anger after cabbies moved from station

Disappointed taxi drivers think they will lose fares after council bosses moved them away from a busy train station over safety concerns.

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Historic sheds could house model railway centre

29 January 2018
Historic sheds could house model railway centre

Bosses behind bold plans for a model train centre have revealed they could open in dilapidated engine sheds on an historic railway works.

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Car flips after hitting traffic island

28 January 2018
Car flips after hitting traffic island

A woman was treated by ambulance crews after her car flipped onto its roof during a crash.

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Pedestrian injured in hit-and-run

28 January 2018
Pedestrian injured in hit-and-run

Police are investigating after a man reported being hit by a car which failed to stop while he was crossing the road.

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World's oldest tapir reaches milestone

28 January 2018
World's oldest tapir reaches milestone

Keepers at a wild animal park have been helping the world's oldest Malayan tapir celebrate his 40th birthday.

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Arrest after cyclist in his 70s seriously injured

28 January 2018
Arrest after cyclist in his 70s seriously injured

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of dangerous driving after a cyclist in his 70s suffered serious injuries when he was hit by a car.

'Someone will be killed'

28 January 2018
'Someone will be killed'

Angry neighbours say it is only a matter of time before someone is killed if drivers keep going the wrong way up a one-way road.

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Future of former card shop revealed

27 January 2018
Future of former card shop revealed

A new business will move into a former town centre card shop about six months after it closed.

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Got a spare £1.75m?

26 January 2018
Got a spare £1.75m?

A lavish mansion is still for sale five years after it was put on the market - but it is now being offered at a cut price.

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Yoga teacher found dead at rehab centre

25 January 2018
Yoga teacher found dead at rehab centre

A woman was found dead in her room by a shocked nurse just hours after checking into a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre.

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Woman inches from falling off platform

24 January 2018
Woman inches from falling off platform

Quick-thinking railway staff saved a distressed woman as she teetered near the edge of a station platform.

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Turf truck strikes railway bridge

23 January 2018
Turf truck strikes railway bridge

Drivers faced delays for a number of hours after a truck hit a railway bridge, scattering large bundles of turf across the road.

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Plans to demolish hotel are rejected

23 January 2018
Plans to demolish hotel are rejected

A controversial proposal to demolish a hotel has been turned down.

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