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School: 'We're sorry for not telling of head's arrest'

15 June 2015
School: 'We're sorry for not telling of head's arrest'

A school has apologised to parents for not telling them its head teacher had been arrested on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children.

Valerie loses 6st to get into wedding dress 50 years on

14 June 2015
Valerie loses 6st to get into wedding dress 50 years on

Parish councillor Valerie Archer was determined to fit into her wedding dress in time for her golden anniversary.

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Shock arrest of school’s high-flying head teacher

12 June 2015
Shock arrest of school’s high-flying head teacher

A respected headteacher has been arrested on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children.

Long day ride will see biker chasing the sun

11 June 2015
Long day ride will see biker chasing the sun

Motorcyclist Alex Taylor is revving up for a 2,000-mile charity challenge up and down the country on a bike that cost just £400.

Kent-wide hygiene rating system for tattoo shops

01 June 2015
Kent-wide hygiene rating system for tattoo shops

A scores on the doors-style rating system for tattooists is being introduced in Kent.

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'It may be laughing gas but it's no laughing matter'

29 May 2015
'It may be laughing gas but it's no laughing matter'

Concerns have been raised after young people were seen throwing pressurised canisters containing laughing gas into a fire they had started.

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Four car crash

30 March 2015
Four car crash

Part of Luton Road closed off after a car smashed into three stationary vehicles.

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Mayor opens skate ramp for beginners

23 August 2014
Mayor opens skate ramp for beginners

Youngsters are learning new tricks after helping to design their own skate ramp.

Cecilia retiring after 47 years

16 August 2014
Cecilia retiring after 47 years

The manager of a nursery who has taught generations of children has retired after almost 50 years.

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Campaigners win support for speed limit reduction

26 July 2014
Campaigners win support for speed limit reduction

People are calling for the speed limit on a busy road to be cut before someone is seriously injured.

Ballet stars set for Swan Lake

18 August 2013
Ballet stars set for Swan Lake

Bethany Stevens and Bethany Mutch have been selected to perform in Swan Lake at the Marlowe Theatre.

Multicoloured carnival is green

24 July 2013
Multicoloured carnival is green

Pupils promoted recycling when Temple Hill primary school hosted an environmentally-friendly carnival with Oakfield primary.

Queues await new store opening

20 July 2013
Queues await new store opening

Golden envelopes were given out to the first 100 customers at the re-opening of Aldi in Gravesend.

Too pool for school

20 July 2013
Too pool for school

Olympic swimmer Chris Cook has been helping pupils improve their swimming skills.

First port of call for a new job

19 July 2013
First port of call for a new job

The Port of London Authority hosted a careers open day at Gravesend’s navigation and marine services base for youngsters looking for a career

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