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'Scammers said they'd found our cat - then took £900'

28 July 2021
'Scammers said they'd found our cat - then took £900'

Fraudsters claiming to be the RSPCA told a woman her missing cat had been found - before making payments of hundreds of pounds from her card.

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'Fall in cases is good news but future is uncertain'

27 July 2021
'Fall in cases is good news but future is uncertain'

A Kent virologist is urging caution as Covid-19 cases drop across the UK.

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Hunt for driver continues after pedestrians struck in high street

27 July 2021
Hunt for driver continues after pedestrians struck in high street

Police are still searching for the driver of a car that knocked down a number of pedestrians in a high street.

Cathedral's stained glass among world's oldest

27 July 2021
Cathedral's stained glass among world's oldest

Stained glass at Canterbury Cathedral could date back more than 890 years and be among the oldest in the world, according to a new study.

Crash leaves A2 blocked

26 July 2021
Crash leaves A2 blocked

Traffic is queuing on a major road through Kent following a crash this morning.

Four fire engines sent to bungalow blaze

26 July 2021
Four fire engines sent to bungalow blaze

About 20 firefighters have spent more than 12 hours tackling a blaze at a property in a country lane.

Man charged with arson after nine cars torched

23 July 2021
Man charged with arson after nine cars torched

A 37-year-old has appeared in court charged with one count of arson after a number of cars were set on fire in one night.

Emotional funeral service held for Julia James

22 July 2021
Emotional funeral service held for Julia James

Hundreds of people lined the streets for PCSO Julia James' funeral procession ahead of a moving service at Canterbury Cathedral.

Joy as second stolen spaniel found 140 miles away

21 July 2021
Joy as second stolen spaniel found 140 miles away

A family have shared their delight after their stolen dog was tracked down 140 miles away in Oxford - months after she disappeared.

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Lifeboat called in early hours to person in water

21 July 2021
Lifeboat called in early hours to person in water

A report of a person entering the sea in the early hours of the morning sparked a large emergency response.

Prolific shoplifter strikes again - despite ban on entering stores

21 July 2021
Prolific shoplifter strikes again - despite ban on entering stores

A woman who stole meat, make-up and toys from a number of stores during a three-week crime spree has been sentenced to 16 months in prison.

Outdoor pool to reopen after two years of closure

20 July 2021
Outdoor pool to reopen after two years of closure

A popular paddling pool and rapids that has been closed for two years due to the pandemic is set to reopen at last in time for the summer holidays.

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Drunken yobs could be barred from city centre

20 July 2021
Drunken yobs could be barred from city centre

Hoodlums who repeatedly cause trouble while drinking could be banned from certain areas or end up in court - as part of a new police crackdown.

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Woman miscarries and suffers seizures after shocking attack

20 July 2021
Woman miscarries and suffers seizures after shocking attack

An 18-year-old has told KentOnline of the shocking attack by a group of women outside a pub where she was kicked in the head and stomach.

Cannabis factory found as blaze engulfs house

19 July 2021
Cannabis factory found as blaze engulfs house

Cannabis has been found growing in a house after it was engulfed in flames in the early hours, leaving the property severely damaged.

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Julia James' funeral to take place at Canterbury Cathedral

16 July 2021
Julia James' funeral to take place at Canterbury Cathedral

Those wishing to pay their respects to PCSO Julia James - who was killed while walking her dog in April - are invited to observe a funeral procession.

Seafront cycle lanes branded 'waste of money'

16 July 2021
Seafront cycle lanes branded 'waste of money'

'Confusing' lanes erected as part of a £27k project to improve a cycle route have been slammed as an 'eyesore and a waste of money'.

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Under-19s to get free bus travel this summer

15 July 2021
Under-19s to get free bus travel this summer

Young people in Kent will be eligible for free bus travel across the county throughout the summer holiday

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'Historic street purrfect place for cat cafe'

15 July 2021
'Historic street purrfect place for cat cafe'

It is one of the most famous cobbled streets in the world, where Geoffrey Chaucer’s Miller, Knight and co took the final steps of their pilgrimage.

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Man banned from driving after drunkenly riding e scooter

15 July 2021
Man banned from driving after drunkenly riding e scooter

A 21-year-old has been banned from driving for two years after drunkenly riding an electric scooter without insurance.

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