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MP sparks outrage with Roman emperor post

10 June 2020
MP sparks outrage with Roman emperor post

An MP has sparked fury by joking about smashing a bust of a Roman emperor in the wake of the statue of slave trader Edward Colston being torn down.

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Mystery of tragic teen's final moments on beach

10 June 2020
Mystery of tragic teen's final moments on beach

The tragic final moments of a happy-go-lucky teenager found dead in the sea by loved ones remain a mystery.

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Kent's biggest theatre needs emergency funds

09 June 2020
Kent's biggest theatre needs emergency funds

Kent’s largest theatre is calling for emergency government funding after suffering significant losses during lockdown.

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Cigarettes stolen in early morning shop raid

08 June 2020
Cigarettes stolen in early morning shop raid

Burglars stole "a large number of cigarettes" during an early morning raid of a shop.

‘I took a gap year and became a film star’

08 June 2020
‘I took a gap year and became a film star’

A movie actress with more than a million Instagram followers has told how she really misses life in Kent.

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Reckless jet skiers turn seafront into ‘wild west’

06 June 2020
Reckless jet skiers turn seafront into ‘wild west’

An “explosion” of jet skiers since the easing of lockdown has turned a seafront into the "wild west" and sparked fears someone could be killed.

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Neighbour dashes next door to deliver baby

05 June 2020
Neighbour dashes next door to deliver baby

A quick-thinking midwife was still in her gardening gear when she dashed next door to help deliver her neighbour’s baby.

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Knuckle dusters, knives and swords seized in raid

04 June 2020
Knuckle dusters, knives and swords seized in raid

A number of weapons were seized from a home after police were warned weapons imported from America were set to be delivered to the address.

'Chernobyl' fears dismissed as hydrogen plant approved

03 June 2020
'Chernobyl' fears dismissed as hydrogen plant approved

Eye-catching plans for a hydrogen plant have been given the go-ahead – as councillors insist fears held by some residents of a disaster are unfounded.

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Kent's lost BHS stores and what they are now

02 June 2020
Kent's lost BHS stores and what they are now

They have disappeared from our towns and cities but here is what became of the buildings occupied by BHS in Kent.

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Carer stole £2.6k from bank card of dementia sufferer

01 June 2020
Carer stole £2.6k from bank card of dementia sufferer

A carer has pleaded guilty to stealing more than £2,600 from the bank card of a dementia sufferer.

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This is what your child could be going back to tomorrow

31 May 2020
This is what your child could be going back to tomorrow

A headteacher says social distancing will have to be abandoned before all pupils can return - but here's what some will face tomorrow.

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Hydrogen power plant set for green light

29 May 2020
Hydrogen power plant set for green light

Controversial plans to build a hydrogen fuel plant look set to be given the go-ahead - despite more than 160 objections from concerned residents.

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Wildlife park reveals opening plans

28 May 2020
Wildlife park reveals opening plans

A popular wildlife park is planning to reopen next week, bosses have revealed.

'Boris said we could play tennis - but council took the nets away'

26 May 2020
'Boris said we could play tennis - but council took the nets away'

Tennis players have been turning up at their local courts after the Prime Minister said games could go ahead - only to find the nets are gone.

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Police appeal after shocking beach brawl

26 May 2020
Police appeal after shocking beach brawl

Officers have launched an appeal after a man was punched during a brawl between two groups of people on a beach.

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'I'm 26, love antiques, dress poncily - and refuse to change'

26 May 2020
'I'm 26, love antiques, dress poncily - and refuse to change'

We met the 26-year-old who's been an antiques dealer for nine years, dresses like Michael Portillo and became the unlikely star of First Dates.

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£20m town centre housing estate delayed

24 May 2020
£20m town centre housing estate delayed

Work on a 50-home town centre regeneration project has been pushed backed six more months due to the Covid-19 crisis.

Fresh scheme for student flats despite prior refusal

24 May 2020
Fresh scheme for student flats despite prior refusal

A fresh bid has been launched to build a block containing dozens of student flats – three years after similar plans were snubbed.

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Bar bid sparks fears of rowdy drunks, rats and rubbish

22 May 2020
Bar bid sparks fears of rowdy drunks, rats and rubbish

A bid to transform a run-down former Currys store into a late-night bar has sparked fears of drunken revellers vomiting and urinating in the street.

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