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'We were all inspired by him, he was our hero'

06 May 2021
'We were all inspired by him, he was our hero'

A Second World War veteran has died weeks before his 100th birthday.

'I don't blame you for my son's death'

06 May 2021
'I don't blame you for my son's death'

The mother of a man who was killed when his bike crashed into a car has told the driver not to blame herself for his death.

'Our son's dying wish was to give hope to others'

05 May 2021
'Our son's dying wish was to give hope to others'

A family has raised more than £5,000 for a blood cancer charity after the death of a 27-year-old son, described as "funny and caring".

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County show postponed and 'scaled back'

30 April 2021
County show postponed and 'scaled back'

The Kent County Show, due to take place in July, has been postponed and will be replaced by a "scaled back" event.

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Cars damaged after garden fire spreads

29 April 2021
Cars damaged after garden fire spreads

Fire engines were called after a blaze in a garden, which spread to fencing and cars parked nearby.

Emergency services called after 'trespasser' at train station

29 April 2021
Emergency services called after 'trespasser' at train station

Rail services were disrupted after a man was spotted on a gantry at a train station.

Veteran completes family history project ahead of turning 101

28 April 2021
Veteran completes family history project ahead of turning 101

A veteran RAF officer has finished a project on his family's popular business ahead of turning 101.

Losing garden centre will create 'dormitory village'

27 April 2021
Losing garden centre will create 'dormitory village'

Plans to demolish a garden centre and replace it with 18 homes have been met with opposition.

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Cannabis factory found after flat fire

26 April 2021
Cannabis factory found after flat fire

Around 85 cannabis plants were seized from a property after a fire broke out inside the building.

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Printers, desks and shredder oil - Kent MPs' lockdown expenses

25 April 2021
Printers, desks and shredder oil - Kent MPs' lockdown expenses

Like their constituents, Kent MPs and their staff battled dodgy wifi and bad reception in the first months of home working, expense claims reveal.

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Joy as widower's 60-year milk delivery streak can continue

21 April 2021
Joy as widower's 60-year milk delivery streak can continue

A milk man has offered to deliver the dairy product to a 93-year-old man, after the widower's supplier moved to an online only service.

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Fines issued at weekend... but none to pub-goers

21 April 2021
Fines issued at weekend... but none to pub-goers

Nearly 20 fines were handed out during the first weekend of pubs reopening, but none were issued at beer gardens.

'It may look like a dump but I wouldn't sell it for £10m!'

21 April 2021
'It may look like a dump but I wouldn't sell it for £10m!'

A farmer has been accused of blighting a beauty spot by dumping and burning tonnes of waste - we visited him to see the sprawling site for ourselves.

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Tony takes on 'mountainous climb' for charity

20 April 2021
Tony takes on 'mountainous climb' for charity

Tony Hudgell is set to walk 100 steps without his crutches in memory of his hero, Captain Sir Tom Moore.

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Detached trailer causes delays

20 April 2021
Detached trailer causes delays

Drivers on a major road are facing delays after a detached trailer blocked the route.

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Firefighters rush to car blaze

19 April 2021
Firefighters rush to car blaze

Fire crews were called after a car was set on fire deliberately, it is believed.

14 hectares of rubbish ordered to go

19 April 2021
14 hectares of rubbish ordered to go

A beauty spot that's been used as a rubbish dump must be cleared within six months after a High Court ruling following a seven-year legal battle.

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Chris Smalling robbed at gunpoint

16 April 2021
Chris Smalling robbed at gunpoint

Former England and Maidstone United player Chris Smalling has been robbed at gunpoint in his Rome home.

'We want your life stories for new musical'

15 April 2021
'We want your life stories for new musical'

The stories and experiences of residents from one town will be used for a new musical premiering this summer.

Pub boss 'let down' over suggestions venue could face Covid fine

15 April 2021
Pub boss 'let down' over suggestions venue could face Covid fine

A pub manager has hit back after suggestions were published in the national media that his venue could face a fine over not enforcing Covid rules.

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