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Rallycross title fight comes to Kent

26 August 2018
Rallycross title fight comes to Kent

The three-way fight for the British Rallycross Championship crown will continue at Lydden Hill on Bank Holiday Monday.

Theatre plan is on the cards - but not at Mecca Bingo site

21 August 2018
Theatre plan is on the cards - but not at Mecca Bingo site

A town could be set to get a new theatre... but bosses have ruled out a former bingo site.

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German touring cars return to Brands

13 August 2018
German touring cars return to Brands

The DTM returned to Brands Hatch for the first time in five years at the weekend, using the full 2.4-mile Grand Prix circuit for the first time.

Sadness as bingo hall shuts for good

06 July 2018
Sadness as bingo hall shuts for good

Rumours surrounding the future of a former cinema are escalating after Mecca Bingo left a town centre at the weekend.

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Cyclist still in serious condition

17 June 2018
Cyclist still in serious condition

A male cyclist who was airlifted to hospital after being hit by a car one week ago remains in a serious condition.

Dual carriageway hell until late 2019

11 June 2018
Dual carriageway hell until late 2019

A stretch of dual carriageway has been reduced to one lane - and the restriction will stay in place until a new motorway junction opens next year.

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Em-barmy funeral plans dropped

08 June 2018
Em-barmy funeral plans dropped

Controversial plans to store bodies in a converted garage at a family home have been withdrawn.

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To park or not to park...

22 May 2018
To park or not to park...

Confusing signs telling bargain hunters where to park at a boot fair are leaving drivers puzzled.

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M20 'murder' suspect released

18 May 2018
M20 'murder' suspect released

Detectives investigating the suspected murder of a mum-of-two whose body was found on the M20 have released a man pending further inquiries.

Developers and council in dual carriageway stand-off

15 May 2018
Developers and council in dual carriageway stand-off

The future of a £26m dual carriageway project remains in doubt as developers and council bosses are still at odds over funding.

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Mum told of son's death by phone

11 May 2018
Mum told of son's death by phone

The heartbroken family of a dad-of-one who took his own life is calling for a change in police procedure after being told of his death by telephone.

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Inquest told teen died after cocktail of drugs

09 May 2018
Inquest told teen died after cocktail of drugs

A 19-year-old student was found dead at a caravan park after overdosing on a lethal combination of drugs, an inquest heard.

Restaurant vows to get tough after closure threat

08 May 2018
Restaurant vows to get tough after closure threat

Restaurant bosses have been threatened with closure after failing to produce CCTV of a mass brawl.

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Emergency alarms offline for six hours

07 May 2018
Emergency alarms offline for six hours

A council's response to a failure of emergency alarms worn by thousands of vulnerable people has been described as "incredibly slow and chaotic".

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Mum's agony at son’s ‘spur of moment’ suicide

04 May 2018
Mum's agony at son’s ‘spur of moment’ suicide

A heartbroken mum has paid tribute to her son after he was found dead at his home following a row with his partner.

Office block cost taxpayers staggering £8m

02 May 2018
Office block cost taxpayers staggering £8m

Council bosses paid a huge sum for a landmark office block and its surrounding land, which they plan to turn into a new Commercial Quarter.

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Speed limit of 40mph here to stay

01 May 2018
Speed limit of 40mph here to stay

A 40mph limit which is rarely respected by motorists will stay in place until a multimillion-pound motorway junction opens in 2019.

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Fish and chip shop gets hygiene battering

30 April 2018
Fish and chip shop gets hygiene battering

Health inspectors say they may take legal action against a popular fish and chip shop if it does not improve its food hygiene.

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Landlord offers reward after attack on pensioners

28 April 2018
Landlord offers reward after attack on pensioners

A property tycoon has offered a £1,000 reward for information leading to a prosecution after thugs attacked pensioners at a 70th birthday party.

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Council was unaware of 'regrettable' 32-week closure

25 April 2018
Council was unaware of 'regrettable' 32-week closure

Frustrated transport chiefs say they were not told a busy road would be closed for 32 weeks, sparking eight months of traffic chaos.

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