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Review: Disney's The Lion King could be a roarsome Easter treat

24 March 2022
Review: Disney's The Lion King could be a roarsome Easter treat

Disney's The Lion King is gearing up to welcome families this April and with tickets from just £23.50, an Easter trip to Africa is problem free.

Air quality warning as Kent's pollution levels remain high

23 March 2022
Air quality warning as Kent's pollution levels remain high

Air pollution levels could hit very high levels in Kent today, say forecasters monitoring air quality, prompting a warning for the most vulnerable.

Major diesel rule change coming at the worst time

23 March 2022
Major diesel rule change coming at the worst time

The rules surrounding the use of red diesel are changing from April 1, but with prices rising everywhere companies are concerned about the switch.

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How to cut the cost of a family outing using a Lotto ticket

23 March 2022
How to cut the cost of a family outing using a Lotto ticket

Swap your National Lottery ticket for money off a family day out and enjoy a fantastic outing this Mother's Day weekend.

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Temperatures hotter than Barcelona set to continue

22 March 2022
Temperatures hotter than Barcelona set to continue

Parts of Britain could be hotter than cities including Rome and Barcelona this week, with the spring sunshine set to stay around for a while yet.

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Drivers aren't following 'basic' safety rule

22 March 2022
Drivers aren't following 'basic' safety rule

Highways chiefs say drivers on England's busiest roads are failing to follow a basic safety rule which is contributing to one in eight crashes.

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Transit sites for travellers to be increased

21 March 2022
Transit sites for travellers to be increased

More transit sites for travellers are to be created to give families somewhere to stop and access healthcare, education and employment.

Covid travel restrictions no longer in place from today

18 March 2022
Covid travel restrictions no longer in place from today

Despite a rapid rise in coronavirus cases the UK's international travel restrictions are being dropped.

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What should I do if I've got a P&O Ferries booking?

17 March 2022
What should I do if I've got a P&O Ferries booking?

P&O Ferries has halted sailings and made staff redundant but what does that mean for customers who have paid to travel?

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£4 hand sanitiser among official Platinum Jubilee souvenirs

17 March 2022
£4 hand sanitiser among official Platinum Jubilee souvenirs

Memorabilia to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee have gone on sale today including an official hand sanitiser costing £3.95.

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Warning as scammers target thousands of Self Assessment customers

16 March 2022
Warning as scammers target thousands of Self Assessment customers

HMRC has issued a strong warning to Self Assessment customers to be aware of potential scams after an average 1,600 were logged each day.

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Saharan dust cloud turned skies orange over Kent

16 March 2022
Saharan dust cloud turned skies orange over Kent

Saharan dust which turned the skies of Europe orange and pink made its way across Kent.

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Year 3 pupils hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

15 March 2022
Year 3 pupils hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

Young children are showing few signs their learning is recoving after the pandemic, says one of the biggest reports into the impact of Covid 19.

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The Kent towns first to fine drivers using cameras

15 March 2022
The Kent towns first to fine drivers using cameras

Drivers committing 'moving traffic offences' could soon be caught by council ANPR cameras and here's where they might be used first.

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Online shopping is getting stricter from today and here's why

14 March 2022
Online shopping is getting stricter from today and here's why

Online shoppers face more identity checks, that will see payments blocked if they can't be completed, as new anti-fraud transaction rules come in.

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What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

14 March 2022
What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

Covid cases are rising rapidly again and among them may be a new variant - but what is Deltacron, where is it and how worried should we be?

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Stern warning for UK veterans wanting to fight in Ukraine

11 March 2022
Stern warning for UK veterans wanting to fight in Ukraine

Military charities are being asked to dissuade veterans from leaving the UK for Ukraine, with a warning that those ignoring advice could face action.

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Shoppers can donate supermarket loyalty points instead of cash to Ukraine

10 March 2022
Shoppers can donate supermarket loyalty points instead of cash to Ukraine

Sainsbury's is inviting Nectar card holders to donate points to its Ukraine appeal in place of cash, as the cost of living squeeze tightens.

Covid cases second highest ever as rates rise in over 55s

10 March 2022
Covid cases second highest ever as rates rise in over 55s

Covid cases are rising in people aged 55 and over, with the latest React virus study picking up it's second highest prevalence rate since 2020.

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The rural communities paying the price to stay warm

09 March 2022
The rural communities paying the price to stay warm

The cost of heating oil has more than doubled in days leaving thousands of people in Kent facing astronomical bills to heat their homes.

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