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Street food takeaway famed for its pulled pork coming to town

14 May 2021
Street food takeaway famed for its pulled pork coming to town

The boss of a new eatery opening this month says "a lot of talented chefs" are moving from London to one corner of Kent.

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Nine Kent beaches among best in the world

14 May 2021
Nine Kent beaches among best in the world

Nine beaches in Kent have been awarded a prestigious Blue Flag.

Uniform shop's victory over 'revealing' girls PE kit

11 May 2021
Uniform shop's victory over 'revealing' girls PE kit

A schoolwear shop has successfully campaigned to have the standard length of girls PE skorts made longer.

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Girl facing impossible odds now cancer-free

09 May 2021
Girl facing impossible odds now cancer-free

A 10-year-old girl whose cancer spread rapidly through her body leaving her family fearing the worst is in remission and about to have a transplant.

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Full results from local elections in Thanet

07 May 2021
Full results from local elections in Thanet

Voters have taken to the polls to elect who they want to represent them on the county council.

Luxury seafront apartments snapped up - but more to go on sale

07 May 2021
Luxury seafront apartments snapped up - but more to go on sale

Bosses behind a luxury seafront development say they are ahead of schedule with almost all the first apartments snapped up by buyers.

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First doses of Covid jab start up again at mass centre

06 May 2021
First doses of Covid jab start up again at mass centre

People will be able to book their first dose at a mass vaccination centre again after the service was suspended for a month.

Londoners 'willing to pay £400k more' for homes near the beach

01 May 2021
Londoners 'willing to pay £400k more' for homes near the beach

Demand from Londoners wanting to snap up seaside homes as a result of the pandemic is expected to see house prices surge in coastal areas in Kent.

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Grieving mum's tribute to son at Wetherspoons

30 April 2021
Grieving mum's tribute to son at Wetherspoons

A heartbroken mother has created a lasting tribute to her special boy in his favourite place, a year on from his tragic death.

Campaigners stage sit-in to protect sycamore tree

29 April 2021
Campaigners stage sit-in to protect sycamore tree

Protesters are camping out at the site of a mature sycamore tree which is due to be felled to make way for flats.

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Child airlifted to hospital after being hit by car

29 April 2021
Child airlifted to hospital after being hit by car

A boy has been airlifted to a London hospital with potentially serious injuries after being hit by a car.

Property owner fined for painting historic building blue

29 April 2021
Property owner fined for painting historic building blue

The owner of a listed building has been hit with a £3k fine after painting it dark blue.

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Outcry after pub trees removed

27 April 2021
Outcry after pub trees removed

A popular pub is facing criticism after four mature trees had to be removed for safety reasons.

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Mum's outrage at 'revealing' PE kit

26 April 2021
Mum's outrage at 'revealing' PE kit

A mum is calling for a school to rethink its girls' PE kit due to the 'very short' length of the skort.

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Concerns over staff secretly putting medicine in meals

25 April 2021
Concerns over staff secretly putting medicine in meals

A care home has come under fire from a healthcare watchdog for allowing untrained staff to administer 'covert' medicine to residents.

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Boy on bike hurt after crash with lorry

23 April 2021
Boy on bike hurt after crash with lorry

A boy has been taken to hospital after being involved in a collision with a lorry while on his bike.

Council leader resigns before bid to oust him

22 April 2021
Council leader resigns before bid to oust him

A district council leader has resigned ahead of a meeting being held to discuss whether to remove him from the position.

450-home plan delayed over affordable homes outcry

22 April 2021
450-home plan delayed over affordable homes outcry

A decision over whether a new housing estate can be built has been deferred over concerns at the lack of affordable homes.

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Man arrested over assault after 'medical incident'

22 April 2021
Man arrested over assault after 'medical incident'

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of assault after officers attended a report of a medical incident at a property.

Three people rescued after getting cut off by tide

19 April 2021
Three people rescued after getting cut off by tide

Three people have been rescued from a beach after getting cut off by the tide.

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