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Six the Musical a history lesson like no other

09 February 2022
Six the Musical a history lesson like no other

A raucous musical about the six wives of Henry VIII is proving a hit at Kent's biggest theatre....

'This is the evidence that will prove he is innocent'

05 February 2022
'This is the evidence that will prove he is innocent'

Levi Bellfield's confession to the murders of Lin and Megan Russell is the evidence that will prove Michael Stone is 'innocent', his solicitor said.

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Debris scattered across road after crash

15 January 2022
Debris scattered across road after crash

Traffic is queuing after a two-vehicle crash on a busy A-road.

Missing Caroline found safe and well

15 January 2022
Missing Caroline found safe and well

The search for a missing 39-year-old Mercedes driver has been called off after she was located.

Dashcam captures hit-and-run crash

15 January 2022
Dashcam captures hit-and-run crash

A hospital worker whose car was written off in a crash has shared footage of the collision after the other driver fled the scene.

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Has the Omicron peak passed in Kent?

15 January 2022
Has the Omicron peak passed in Kent?

There are hopes Kent has seen the worst of the Omicron variant as cases plummet and patient numbers level off.

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Four-mile queues after serious M2 crash

15 January 2022
Four-mile queues after serious M2 crash

The air ambulance was called to a serious crash which sparked queues of traffic almost four miles long.

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No announcement on new restrictions

27 December 2021
No announcement on new restrictions

The Prime Minister is not going to announce further Covid measures today after being briefed on the latest data by health chiefs.

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Is this stunning tree in ancient woodland the best in Kent?

27 December 2021
Is this stunning tree in ancient woodland the best in Kent?

A beautiful hornbeam tree in a popular Kent woods has narrowly missed out on being named the best in the UK.

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Is Kent heading for another 'lockdown'?

27 December 2021
Is Kent heading for another 'lockdown'?

As Covid case numbers hit record levels in Kent, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to decide today whether to impose more restrictions.

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Where Omicron is spreading fastest in Kent

18 December 2021
Where Omicron is spreading fastest in Kent

Alarming new figures suggest Omicron is already the dominant variant in Kent - and causing record case numbers in one borough.

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2.5-mile queues after five-car pile-up

20 November 2021
2.5-mile queues after five-car pile-up

Heavy traffic has continued to build since five cars were involved in a crash on a busy motorway.

Kent Covid rates approach 10-month high as cases soar

20 November 2021
Kent Covid rates approach 10-month high as cases soar

New Covid cases are rising rapidly across Kent as the county's infection rate soars above the national average.

Gridlock on bridge after crash and shopping centre evacuation

20 November 2021
Gridlock on bridge after crash and shopping centre evacuation

A blackout at a shopping centre and a crash caused gridlock on the Dartford Crossing.

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The family doctor who looked after generations

20 November 2021
The family doctor who looked after generations

A much-respected doctor whose career across east Kent spanned six decades has died aged 96.

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Is Kent Indian takeaway the best in the UK?

20 November 2021
Is Kent Indian takeaway the best in the UK?

An Indian takeaway in Kent is in the running to be named the UK’s best at the “Curry Oscars”.

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New patient every 48 seconds at Kent's A&Es

20 November 2021
New patient every 48 seconds at Kent's A&Es

Fears of a winter health crisis grow as new figures reveal the county's A&E departments are busier than ever before.

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Kent Covid patients hit highest level for seven months

29 October 2021
Kent Covid patients hit highest level for seven months

The number of people with Covid in the county's hospitals is at its highest level since March - as Kent's infection rate hits a nine-month peak.

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Victorian signal box saved from demolition by villagers

28 October 2021
Victorian signal box saved from demolition by villagers

A charming 19th century signal box destined to be knocked down has been saved following a successful campaign by villagers.

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Kent Tories slammed over benefits cut 'sweepstake'

25 October 2021
Kent Tories slammed over benefits cut 'sweepstake'

Kent Tories have been accused of treating benefits cuts as 'a joke' following comments made about a sweepstake at a county council meeting.

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