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Police descend on high street after 'punch-up'

18 September 2020
Police descend on high street after 'punch-up'

Five police cars have been called to a high street after staff from a nearby chip shop had to break up a fight.

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What will 'Lockdown 2' do to pubs?

18 September 2020
What will 'Lockdown 2' do to pubs?

Landlords fear they will have to make redundancies if a second national lockdown is imposed after Matt Hancock refused to rule it out.

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Flu jab every 60 seconds

18 September 2020
Flu jab every 60 seconds

Nurses racing to vaccinate patients against flu ahead of a feared second wave of Covid-19 administered one jab a minute at a special clinic.

Station staff bitten, spat at and headbutted

18 September 2020
Station staff bitten, spat at and headbutted

A man has been charged after railway workers and security staff were headbutted, spat at and bitten.

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Red squirrel found dead after wildlife park fire

17 September 2020
Red squirrel found dead after wildlife park fire

An animal park has launched a fundraising appeal following a fire which left a squirrel dead and destroyed vital resources.

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School's bid to end road mayhem

16 September 2020
School's bid to end road mayhem

School bosses have unveiled plans for a parking shake-up to put an end to traffic chaos on surrounding roads.

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Kent recording hottest September weather in four years

16 September 2020
Kent recording hottest September weather in four years

A part of Kent recorded the warmest September temperature in the last four years, but we're not in a heatwave yet.

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County lines dealers posing as delivery drivers

15 September 2020
County lines dealers posing as delivery drivers

County lines drug dealers have been posing as delivery drivers during lockdown in a bid to continue to sending narcotics to Kent, police chiefs say.

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Kent foodie to take part in The Great British Bake Off

15 September 2020
Kent foodie to take part in The Great British Bake Off

A foodie from Kent has been revealed as one of the contestants in the next series of The Great British Bake Off.

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Kent set to bask in 29C heat

14 September 2020
Kent set to bask in 29C heat

The county is set to be bathed in sunshine this week as temperatures are expected to soar as high as 29C.

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Man injured after car and tractor crash

14 September 2020
Man injured after car and tractor crash

Police were called following a crash involving a tractor and a car.

'Home sweet home? Are they taking the mick?'

11 September 2020
'Home sweet home? Are they taking the mick?'

A water firm’s card congratulating a man for moving house has sparked anger - as he was forced to relocate after his home was flooded by a burst main.

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Body found in harbour

10 September 2020
Body found in harbour

A body has been recovered from a harbour after concerns were raised for a man in the area.

Fit and healthy man died after game of football

10 September 2020
Fit and healthy man died after game of football

A doting uncle who was a keen walker and weightlifter, died suddenly after playing a game of football with his nephews.

Police called to concerns for person at harbour

10 September 2020
Police called to concerns for person at harbour

Concerns for a person along a seaside stretch have sparked a police response.

'It's like the pavement swallowed him up'

08 September 2020
'It's like the pavement swallowed him up'

The distraught family of a pensioner who has been missing for six weeks say his disappearance is "completely out of character".

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'Let me build Kent's greenest house... before you evict me'

05 September 2020
'Let me build Kent's greenest house... before you evict me'

A conservationist facing eviction from his caravan wants to build the first carbon-neutral house of its kind in the UK in place of the motorhome.

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Kent landmarks in Game of Thrones star's new show

04 September 2020
Kent landmarks in Game of Thrones star's new show

A Game of Thrones star's new six-episode series on Sky One was filmed in Kent.

900-home bid snubbed amid 'concrete slum' fears

01 September 2020
900-home bid snubbed amid 'concrete slum' fears

A controversial bid to build 900 homes which has attracted opposition from hundreds of residents has been snubbed.

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Bid to turn storage sheds into microbrewery tourist attraction

25 August 2020
Bid to turn storage sheds into microbrewery tourist attraction

Fresh plans to open a microbrewery along a seafront stretch have been unveiled - five months after the first bid was branded "harmful".

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