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Caring school doing better and better

27 September 2016
Caring school doing better and better

Pupils and staff at Langdon Primary School celebrate good rating in their Ofsted report.

Couple’s love lives on through music

26 September 2016
Couple’s love lives on through music

An antique silver cornet has been donated to the Betteshanger Colliery Welfare Band in memory of two music lovers.

Animal charity wins legal battle over puppy farm

24 September 2016
Animal charity wins legal battle over puppy farm

An animal welfare charity has won a landmark legal case to stop one of the country's largest puppy farms from being allowed to trade.

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Father’s benefits battle appeal hit by cutbacks

23 September 2016
Father’s benefits battle appeal hit by cutbacks

A former DJ whose life was dramatically changed when he suffered a stroke has been refused benefits amidst cutbacks at the Citizens Advice Bureau

Memorial cycle gets teenager closer to her £1m treatment

21 September 2016
Memorial cycle gets teenager closer to her £1m treatment

A memorial bike ride for tragic cyclist Daniel Squire raised more than £1,000 for teenager cancer victim Kelly Turner.

Woman fighting for life in hospital after three-vehicle crash

21 September 2016
Woman fighting for life in hospital after three-vehicle crash

Police are appealing for information as a woman recovers in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a serious accident.

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Boy, 12, charged with assault and having a knife

19 September 2016
Boy, 12, charged with assault and having a knife

A 12-year-old boy has been charged with two assaults and having a knife in public, after a disturbance.

Pair cook up a treat for winners

17 September 2016
Pair cook up a treat for winners

Come Dine With Me couple cook up a treat for prize winners in Essex.

Play park unsafe, residents claim

16 September 2016
Play park unsafe, residents claim

Residents at a new housing development claim the play park is unsafe for children.

Downpours cause flooding

16 September 2016
Downpours cause flooding

Heavy downpours have caused flooding, with Southern Water setting up road closures and pumps in the worst-affected areas.

Boy, 15, arrested after row involving 'large group'

15 September 2016
Boy, 15, arrested after row involving 'large group'

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting two men after a "disturbance" involving a large group of people.

Cats tied in pillowcases and left to die on live rail line

15 September 2016
Cats tied in pillowcases and left to die on live rail line

Two cats were cruelly tied up in pillowcases and dumped on a live rail line - as at least three trains ran overhead.

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‘Does someone have to be killed before action is taken?’

15 September 2016
‘Does someone have to be killed before action is taken?’

A church minister who was airlifted to hospital after an accident has called for road improvements to be made before someone is killed.

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Police called to High Street break-in

14 September 2016
Police called to High Street break-in

Police have been called to a break-in at a High Street shop.

Cycle ride remembers Daniel while fundraising for Kelly

13 September 2016
Cycle ride remembers Daniel while fundraising for Kelly

A fundraising cycle ride will remember Daniel Squire and raise cash for teenager cancer victim Kelly Turner.

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Motorcyclist injured in crash

12 September 2016
Motorcyclist injured in crash

The air ambulance is on the scene as motorcyclist taken to hospital with serious injuries following a crash on a Kent road.

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‘Shopping trolley chair has changed family’s life

11 September 2016
‘Shopping trolley chair has changed family’s life

A family has praised the introduction of a new trolley chair for children with disabilities.

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Duo's part in emotional night

10 September 2016
Duo's part in emotional night

Deal band Mixed Emotions will be performing at the fundraising summer ball for Kelly Turner.

Heritage open weekend starts

10 September 2016
Heritage open weekend starts

Heritage open weekend starts today with historical buildings opening up to the public in Dover, Deal and Sandwich.

Divers exploring 18th century ship off Kent coast

07 September 2016
Divers exploring 18th century ship off Kent coast

Divers are hoping to discover more about an 18th century trading ship which sank off the Kent coast in 1740.

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