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GP surgery set to close

13 July 2020
GP surgery set to close

A GP surgery looks set to close after practice bosses deemed it 'unsuitable' for 21st century health care.

'Quieter' fireworks for public displays

10 July 2020
'Quieter' fireworks for public displays

A council has approved a motion to use 'quieter' fireworks for big public displays to protect animals and vulnerable people.

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Anger at 'White Lives Matter' graffiti

10 July 2020
Anger at 'White Lives Matter' graffiti

A community is calling for action after racist and offensive graffiti was daubed on road signs and walls.

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'Passenger flights will definitely run from airport'

10 July 2020
'Passenger flights will definitely run from airport'

EXCLUSIVE: Passenger flights run by low-cost operators such as Ryanair and EasyJet will run from a Kent airport, bosses have confirmed.

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Indie rockers The Libertines re-open bar

10 July 2020
Indie rockers The Libertines re-open bar

The Libertines' rockers Pete Doherty and Carl Barat have re-opened their bar after the easing of lockdown restrictions.

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Plans for Manston Airport approved

09 July 2020
Plans for Manston Airport approved

Plans to transform Manston Airport into a freight cargo air hub have been given the green light - paving the way for hundreds of jobs to be created.

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Calls for beach lifts to be re-opened

06 July 2020
Calls for beach lifts to be re-opened

Campaigners are calling for beach lifts to be re-opened to provide better access for disabled and elderly people, and parents with small children.

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Eleven play areas re-open

06 July 2020
Eleven play areas re-open

Eleven play areas will re-open across one district but the remaining 22 will stay shut.

Roads shut for social distancing and queuing

03 July 2020
Roads shut for social distancing and queuing

Highways chiefs are shutting roads in tourist hotspots to allow for easier social distancing and queuing.

Tiny pub gears up for reopening

03 July 2020
Tiny pub gears up for reopening

A pub believed to be the smallest in the UK is getting ready to reopen its doors to punters.

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Troublemakers to be ordered off beaches

03 July 2020
Troublemakers to be ordered off beaches

Dispersal orders are being put in place over the weekend after shocking scenes of violence and trouble on the beaches in recent weeks.

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Petition launched to keep 'racist' plaque

03 July 2020
Petition launched to keep 'racist' plaque

A petition to keep a plaque commemorating the life of a well-known blackface minstrel has been launched a day after its removal was announced.

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Traffic ban in new 'school street'

03 July 2020
Traffic ban in new 'school street'

The county's first 'school street' is being launched which will ban traffic during pick-up and drop-off to keep pupils safe.

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'We can't wait to get those taps turned on'

03 July 2020
'We can't wait to get those taps turned on'

Landlords and brewery bosses say many customers are chomping at the bit to finally be able to return to their much-loved boozers.

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Mum's dying wish to buy family home

30 June 2020
Mum's dying wish to buy family home

A mum with terminal cancer is raising money to buy the home she has lived in for 28 years to leave something for her family.

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Panel to discuss findings of baby death probe

29 June 2020
Panel to discuss findings of baby death probe

Experts investigating maternity services following a number of baby deaths at a hospital trust will meet to discuss their initial findings.

Three cars torched in arson spree

26 June 2020
Three cars torched in arson spree

Three cars have been torched in an early morning arson spree.

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Shocking scenes as 62,000 sunseekers hit two beaches

26 June 2020
Shocking scenes as 62,000 sunseekers hit two beaches

Some 62,000 people descended on two beaches in one day sparking a plea for help to the government from a cash-strapped council.

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Fire after house struck by lightning

26 June 2020
Fire after house struck by lightning

Firefighters have put out a roof fire after a house was struck by lightning.

Transformation of former funfair underway

23 June 2020
Transformation of former funfair underway

As work finally begins at a former funfair left desolate for 22 years, developers have revealed when the project will be complete.

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