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Hunt continues for beloved pet stolen from Bluewater car park

08 November 2021
Hunt continues for beloved pet stolen from Bluewater car park

The heartbroken owners of a rare dog taken from their van are now offering a reward.

Drumming santas, camels and a Snow Queen to join Christmas countdown

08 November 2021
Drumming santas, camels and a Snow Queen to join Christmas countdown

A Festival of Christmas lights will kick-start a series of festive events in Gravesham in the lead up to December 25.

Rare dog 'stolen' from Bluewater car park

07 November 2021
Rare dog 'stolen' from Bluewater car park

A beloved pet has gone missing after its owner's van was broken into.

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Arrests after report of man 'with a machete'

07 November 2021
Arrests after report of man 'with a machete'

Two people have been arrested and a man remains in hospital after police were called to fight in a town centre.

Joseph and Holby City actor switching on Christmas lights

05 November 2021
Joseph and Holby City actor switching on Christmas lights

The winner of BBC's Any Dream Will Do Lee Mead will be starting the Christmas festivities in one Kent town.

Trial of revolutionary cancer test begins in Kent

05 November 2021
Trial of revolutionary cancer test begins in Kent

A life-saving blood test which can detect 50 different types of cancer, often before symptoms appear, is being trialled in the county.

Local businesses to help build £8bn tunnel

05 November 2021
Local businesses to help build £8bn tunnel

Lower Thames Crossing bosses have pledged to spend £1 in every £3 with small and medium sized firms.

Bully cracked woman's skull in unprovoked attack

05 November 2021
Bully cracked woman's skull in unprovoked attack

A man has been sentenced for punching a 19-year-old victim, knocking her unconscious.

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Brides left in tears as wedding dress shop shuts

05 November 2021
Brides left in tears as wedding dress shop shuts

Women have been left worrying if they'd lost thousands of pounds and would ever get the dresses they ordered following the closure of a bridal store.

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Couple find 1950s' TV stashed in attic

04 November 2021
Couple find 1950s' TV stashed in attic

A television set dating back to the Queen's Coronation in 1953 has been uncovered in a dusty loft.

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Temperamental Troy needs a new home

01 November 2021
Temperamental Troy needs a new home

A six-year-old cat which has spent seven months in care is looking for a home after being repeatedly overlooked because he can be a little grumpy.

The 400-year-old business battling to keep tradition alive

01 November 2021
The 400-year-old business battling to keep tradition alive

The only remaining Royal Navy ropeyard still in operation now makes everything from film props and gym equipment to pet toys and garden swings.

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12-year wait to fix eyesore wall is 'shameful'

22 October 2021
12-year wait to fix eyesore wall is 'shameful'

A crumbling wall masked by peeling hoardings still sits in the shadow of a multi-million pound regeneration site despite concerns raised 12 years ago.

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Ninja Warriors UK activity centre coming to Kent

19 October 2021
Ninja Warriors UK activity centre coming to Kent

Ninjas of all ages will be able to take on an obstacle course inspired by the ITV hit show.

Cannabis factory discovered in town centre

19 October 2021
Cannabis factory discovered in town centre

Police unearthed a cannabis factory in a empty property in a Kent town.

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Dog found hiding behind McDonald's bag

18 October 2021
Dog found hiding behind McDonald's bag

There are fears a stray spaniel discovered cowering behind some rubbish may have come from a puppy farm.

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'Someone could have been killed by boy racers'

18 October 2021
'Someone could have been killed by boy racers'

Police were called after more than 100 boy racers met in a car park, with some speeding along a dual carriageway.

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Lighting up the skies

15 October 2021
Lighting up the skies

Fireworks displays are set to go ahead this year after being cancelled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Businesses offer help after stranger danger warnings

15 October 2021
Businesses offer help after stranger danger warnings

Firms are offering a safe haven for youngsters if they feel threatened on the way to or from school.

Mistakes were made in Grindr killer case

15 October 2021
Mistakes were made in Grindr killer case

The detective in charge of the investigation into serial killer Stephen Port’s first victim has admitted making “significant mistakes”.

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