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‘It could have been me and that’s why it’s so hard to watch’

21 August 2020
‘It could have been me and that’s why it’s so hard to watch’

A footballer pictured with two future Chelsea stars in a snap that went viral admits it's tough watching his former teammates in the Premier League.

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Family devastated as radio DJ dies aged 36

20 August 2020
Family devastated as radio DJ dies aged 36

A much-loved community radio DJ described as a “local legend” by loved ones has died suddenly.

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City council leader loses confidence vote

19 August 2020
City council leader loses confidence vote

Rebel Tories have moved a step closer to ousting their council leader after defeating him by a landslide margin in a no-confidence vote.

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Animal rights protesters block off entrance to laboratory

19 August 2020
Animal rights protesters block off entrance to laboratory

Two animal rights protesters have blocked off the entrance to a testing laboratory.

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Visitors banned at four properties amid drugs crackdown

18 August 2020
Visitors banned at four properties amid drugs crackdown

Visitors to four properties could be jailed as police crack down on drug dealing along the coast.

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Pervert flashed two women in alleyway

18 August 2020
Pervert flashed two women in alleyway

A flasher exposed himself to two women walking down an alleyway late at night.

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CCTV captures man having fight with sign

18 August 2020
CCTV captures man having fight with sign

A wannabe boxer has been caught on camera punching and kicking a town centre business' sign before tearing it off a wall.

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Is this the greenest town in Kent?

18 August 2020
Is this the greenest town in Kent?

Striking plans to build a new solar farm have sparked claims a Kent town has become one of the greenest in the country.

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Caravan park without water as main bursts

17 August 2020
Caravan park without water as main bursts

Angry residents have been left without water for more than 10 hours after a pipe burst.

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'We cannot look after any more child migrants'

17 August 2020
'We cannot look after any more child migrants'

The county council says it cannot care for any more unaccompanied asylum-seeking children - as it today reached its limit of safe capacity.

'Bonkers' parking scheme set to be overhauled

17 August 2020
'Bonkers' parking scheme set to be overhauled

A “bonkers” scheme allowing drivers to leave their vehicles in leisure centre car parks for 33p an hour could be overhauled by a local authority.

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Man knocked out as he tried to break up row between women

17 August 2020
Man knocked out as he tried to break up row between women

A man was punched unconscious as he tried to break up a late-night row between two women.

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The Kent district where 1 in 10 claim jobless benefits

17 August 2020
The Kent district where 1 in 10 claim jobless benefits

New figures show the proportion of working-age people in a Kent district claiming out-of-work benefits has risen to 10% during lockdown.

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Man in hospital after bar brawl 'during family party'

16 August 2020
Man in hospital after bar brawl 'during family party'

A man has been taken to hospital after a fight broke out in a harbour.

MP's fury as migrant boats wash up on beach

16 August 2020
MP's fury as migrant boats wash up on beach

Two dinghies carrying more than a dozen migrants have washed up on a Kent beach.

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Man charged after 230 cannabis plants seized

16 August 2020
Man charged after 230 cannabis plants seized

A 39-year-old has appeared before magistrates after police raided a property.

'How could police think I'm a drug dealer?'

16 August 2020
'How could police think I'm a drug dealer?'

An elderly shop owner says he feels like he has been attacked after police stormed his antique furniture store by mistake.

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Harbour closed to swimmers as E-coli found in water

16 August 2020
Harbour closed to swimmers as E-coli found in water

A harbour has been closed to swimmers after "above normal" levels of E-coli were discovered in the water.

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'Injected through their car windows'

16 August 2020
'Injected through their car windows'

A drive-thru flu jab centre is set to open in Kent as GPs prepare to vaccinate thousands more people amid fears of a second Covid-19 wave.

Dozens of students take to streets for A-level protest

15 August 2020
Dozens of students take to streets for A-level protest

Angry students marched through London demanding the government scraps the moderation of A-level results in a protest organised by a Kent student.

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