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Popular folk festival will go ahead this summer

01 April 2021
Popular folk festival will go ahead this summer

Organisers of a folk festival which attracts thousands of visitors each year have confirmed it will go ahead this summer.

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Plan for new Starbucks drive-thru near shopping centre

01 April 2021
Plan for new Starbucks drive-thru near shopping centre

A planning application has been submitted to build a Starbucks drive-thru near a shopping centre and McDonald's.

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'We've had no proper heating in council flat for five years'

01 April 2021
'We've had no proper heating in council flat for five years'

A mum-of-two has told how her home has become damp-ridden due to failures by a scandal-hit council housing company.

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Young carer to take on 37-mile cycling challenge

29 March 2021
Young carer to take on 37-mile cycling challenge

A six-year-old boy who helps care for his little brother will cycle 37 miles to fundraise for a Demelza Hospice nurse.

The Specials to perform in Kent this summer

29 March 2021
The Specials to perform in Kent this summer

Theme park bosses have announced one of the events taking place this summer once all restrictions have been lifted.

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'No police urgency to find my girls'

26 March 2021
'No police urgency to find my girls'

The mother of two sisters killed in a park believes there was no police urgency to find them at first because they were black.

'Pub vaccine passport would be discriminatory'

26 March 2021
'Pub vaccine passport would be discriminatory'

Pub bosses say they are against introducing a vaccine passport for entry to licensed premises.

Rare sight as stranded beaver found on beach

25 March 2021
Rare sight as stranded beaver found on beach

A rescue operation has taken place to help a stranded beaver which found itself a little far from home.

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GP-led jabs to continue despite mass centre suspension

25 March 2021
GP-led jabs to continue despite mass centre suspension

GP-led jabs at a former call centre site will continue despite the temporary suspension of first doses at the large-scale vaccination centre.

Teen in court on county lines charges

25 March 2021
Teen in court on county lines charges

A 19-year-old has been charged with county lines offences in Kent after being arrested in London.

Beach troublemakers face £100 fines

25 March 2021
Beach troublemakers face £100 fines

New tougher measures have been brought in to clamp-down on people causing trouble on some of the county's award-winning beaches

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675 police call-outs to trouble hotspot

23 March 2021
675 police call-outs to trouble hotspot

Officers have been called out almost 700 times in one year to deal with anti-social behaviour in a trouble-hit neighbourhood.

Award-winning restaurant launches fish and chips takeaway

22 March 2021
Award-winning restaurant launches fish and chips takeaway

An award-winning seafood restaurant has launched a street food-style fish and chip shop which overlooks a beach.

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'I was forced to shield for months - now I'm starting a cookie business'

21 March 2021
'I was forced to shield for months - now I'm starting a cookie business'

A theatre director and performer forced to shield for months is about to launch his new cookie business.

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Hard-hit town centre to get £600k make-over

19 March 2021
Hard-hit town centre to get £600k make-over

A town centre will receive a £600k make-over to help revive the area by transforming historic buildings and empty properties.

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Horror as house floods with sewage three times in week

18 March 2021
Horror as house floods with sewage three times in week

A homeowner says she is living in a nightmare after sewage poured into her house - leaving a trail of tampons, wet wipes and faeces.

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Roofer fined £300 for picking up workmate from car park

15 March 2021
Roofer fined £300 for picking up workmate from car park

A tradesman has vowed to fight the fines he has been handed for stopping for just minutes to pick up a colleague.

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Reclaim These Streets vigils in Kent cancelled

12 March 2021
Reclaim These Streets vigils in Kent cancelled

Vigils for the death of Sarah Everard as part of the Reclaim These Streets movement have been called off following a high court ruling.

Year 8 pupils sent home to self-isolate

12 March 2021
Year 8 pupils sent home to self-isolate

Secondary pupils have been sent home to isolate after a confirmed case of Covid.

Family go TikTok viral with garden dome

12 March 2021
Family go TikTok viral with garden dome

Videos of a lavish dome business set up by a mum and her daughters have amassed millions of views on TikTok.

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