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Hotel to open in city pub

17 May 2018
Hotel to open in city pub

Wetherspoons is set to launch a new hotel following a £2.5 million refurbishment.

'Help save my little princess from this evil disease'

02 November 2017
'Help save my little princess from this evil disease'

A mother faces a race against time to save the life of her two-year-old daughter, who has already endured 58 rounds of chemotherapy.

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Disabled urge council to honour free parking promise

02 November 2017
Disabled urge council to honour free parking promise

Blue badge holders fear ticketless technology will spell the end of their free parking entitlement - but the council insists their needs will be met.

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Disabled woman denied benefits for 10 months

02 November 2017
Disabled woman denied benefits for 10 months

A judge took just minutes to find in a disabled woman's favour after she was denied vital benefits for 10 months for 'missing' a cancelled appointment

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Panicked builder throws 'grenade' onto train tracks

31 October 2017
Panicked builder throws 'grenade' onto train tracks

A contractor who unearthed a suspected hand grenade on a building site panicked and hurled the explosive onto nearby railway tracks.

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Police seal off road after 'grenade found'

31 October 2017
Police seal off road after 'grenade found'

Police cordoned off an area near a railway station after a hand grenade was reportedly uncovered at a building site.

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'Why didn't we know he had fled?'

26 October 2017
'Why didn't we know he had fled?'

An armed robber who threatened to burn and blind jewellery store staff in a terrifying raid has been on the run for nine months - but no-one was told.

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The Libertines close By the Sea

02 October 2017
The Libertines close By the Sea

Rockers The Libertines closed the three-day By the Sea Festival with one hell of a raucous and rip-roaring performance at Margate's Winter Gardens.

Electro-rockers Metronomy headline seaside festival

01 October 2017
Electro-rockers Metronomy headline seaside festival

Metronomy blew the roof off a striking venue at Margate's Dreamland as they headlined the second day of By the Sea Festival to a rapturous reception.

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Review: Aladdin The Musical

17 March 2017
Review: Aladdin The Musical

Take the family on a magic carpet ride as Aladdin The Musical explodes onto the West End stage in a riot of colour and sequins.

Review: Live At The Marlowe

19 February 2017
Review: Live At The Marlowe

The atmosphere was electric as some of the UK's top comedy acts took to the stage for the ever-popular Live At The Marlowe stand-up night.

Review: The Woman in Black

02 November 2016
Review: The Woman in Black

There were audible screams from the audience as the spine-tingling ghost story hit the Marlowe Theatre stage.

Fines for drivers using phones plummet by 95%

27 October 2016
Fines for drivers using phones plummet by 95%

The number of drivers fined for using their mobile phones at the wheel in Kent has "fallen off a cliff" - dropping by almost 4,000 in five years.

Review: Rocky Horror Show at The Marlowe

02 August 2016
Review: Rocky Horror Show at The Marlowe

Hold on to your fishnets and feather boas! This is what happened when a Rocky Horror virgin went to see the cult rock and roll musical at the Marlowe.

Review: Live At The Marlowe

10 July 2016
Review: Live At The Marlowe

Some of Britain's top comedians took to the Marlowe Theatre stage for a new night of stand-up.

Review: Matilda the Musical

27 June 2016
Review: Matilda the Musical

An extraordinary play about an extraordinary little girl - Matilda the Musical brings Roald Dahl's revoltingly good tale to life.

Documentary lays bare horror of Britain's biggest crash

10 May 2016
Documentary lays bare horror of Britain's biggest crash

A gripping documentary has laid bear the horror felt by victims and emergency teams caught up in Britain's biggest crash, involving 130 vehicles.

'We're seeing extreme levels of depravity against animals'

23 March 2016
'We're seeing extreme levels of depravity against animals'

Disturbing figures show Kent is one of England's cruellest counties with 100 animal abuse reports a week, fewer than 1% of which lead to a conviction.

Review: Breakfast at Tiffany's at the Marlowe

16 March 2016
Review: Breakfast at Tiffany's at the Marlowe

Popstar Pixie Lott takes on the iconic role of Holly Golighty as Truman Capote's romcom classic Breakfast at Tiffany's arrives at the Marlowe Theatre.

Dating app crime on the rise

09 February 2016
Dating app crime on the rise

Crimes relating to dating apps are on the rise in Kent, with reported offences including blackmail, sex attacks and even a murder bid.

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