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Revised plans for Lower Thames Crossing

29 January 2020
Revised plans for Lower Thames Crossing

We're being given a chance to have our say on changes made to proposals for a road tunnel between Kent and Essex.

Delays clear on motorway following lorry crash

29 January 2020
Delays clear on motorway following lorry crash

Part of the M2 was shut following a crash involving a lorry and a car.

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£18m of taxpayers' money to be spent on new railway station

28 January 2020
£18m of taxpayers' money to be spent on new railway station

Kent County Council has agreed to contribute funding towards a controversial new railway station.

Risks of using Huawei for 5G network

27 January 2020
Risks of using Huawei for 5G network

A Kent MP is urging the government to consider using other suppliers for its 5G network, instead of Huawei.

Baby deaths 'could have been prevented'

23 January 2020
Baby deaths 'could have been prevented'

An investigation into East Kent Hospitals Trust has concluded at least seven deaths could have been avoided.

Man in court accused of murdering partner

22 January 2020
Man in court accused of murdering partner

A man is expected to go on trial in July charged with murdering his partner at their home.

Thousands of exclusions at secondary schools

21 January 2020
Thousands of exclusions at secondary schools

Pupils are being temporarily excluded from secondary schools in Kent and Medway more times than anywhere else in the south east.

Free sanitary products for girls

20 January 2020
Free sanitary products for girls

Schools and colleges are going to be offering free sanitary products in a bid to tackle period poverty.

Man arrested on suspicion of murdering woman

17 January 2020
Man arrested on suspicion of murdering woman

Police and paramedics found a 39-year-old dead when they were called to a property.

Mum suffers three heart attacks in a week

16 January 2020
Mum suffers three heart attacks in a week

A mum's raising awareness of a condition which is more common in women who've recently been pregnant.

Hundreds of jobs at risk at factory

15 January 2020
Hundreds of jobs at risk at factory

A union has vowed to try and prevent a car parts factory from closing.

Ban on using credit cards for gambling

14 January 2020
Ban on using credit cards for gambling

From April you'll no longer be able to place bets using a credit card.

Work starting to dismantle M20 barrier

13 January 2020
Work starting to dismantle M20 barrier

The controversial Operation Brock system is being removed over the next couple of weeks.

Mum calls for specialist trolleys at all supermarkets

10 January 2020
Mum calls for specialist trolleys at all supermarkets

A supermarket has apologised for not having a specialist trolley with a seat for disabled children.

School defends Saturday detentions

07 January 2020
School defends Saturday detentions

A headteacher is confident weekend detentions will improve behaviour at his school.

Bad news for passengers affected by landslip

06 January 2020
Bad news for passengers affected by landslip

It's still not known when a section of damaged railway will reopen.

Charity calls for more understanding towards migrants

18 December 2019
Charity calls for more understanding towards migrants

The Kent Refugee Network says many people who cross the Channel illegally have legitimate asylum claims.

Disabled toddler's mobility vehicle stolen

16 December 2019
Disabled toddler's mobility vehicle stolen

The parents of a disabled toddler say they've been left virtually housebound, after her mobility vehicle was stolen.

350 bales of hay on fire

16 December 2019
350 bales of hay on fire

Firefighters spent some 15 hours tackling a blaze at a barn thought to contain 350 bales of hay.

Concern for rough sleepers ahead of Christmas

12 December 2019
Concern for rough sleepers ahead of Christmas

With the festive season well underway, a homeless charity say they've found hundreds of people who are on the streets in Kent.

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