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Kids rock festival heading to the coast

10 June 2021
Kids rock festival heading to the coast

A rock festival for children is taking place this summer next to one of Kent's best beaches.

Mass vaccine hub ends but GP-led jabs will continue

10 June 2021
Mass vaccine hub ends but GP-led jabs will continue

A mass vaccination roll-out is due to stop at an old call centre but GP-led Covid jabs will continue at the site.

'I suggested back pain might be menopause - my GP prescribed soya milk!'

06 June 2021
'I suggested back pain might be menopause - my GP prescribed soya milk!'

A mum whose crippling back pain and panic attacks were caused by the menopause is determined to educate women.

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Cheeky mountaineers scale 3,000ft peak in their undies

04 June 2021
Cheeky mountaineers scale 3,000ft peak in their undies

Four friends have climbed Mount Snowdon in their underwear to raise awareness about mental health and body confidence.

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Teen suffers facial injuries in seafront attack

04 June 2021
Teen suffers facial injuries in seafront attack

A man has been arrested after a teenager was injured during a disturbance between two groups.

New restaurant to open on end of pier

31 May 2021
New restaurant to open on end of pier

A new restaurant including a street food take-out window and fresh seafood stall is opening on the end of a pier.

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New pub opens and vows: 'We'll only employ women'

24 May 2021
New pub opens and vows: 'We'll only employ women'

A landlady is hoping to carve her place in the male-dominated micropub industry by only hiring females to work at the venue.

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Hugely popular food festival to return in autumn

20 May 2021
Hugely popular food festival to return in autumn

A much-loved foodie fest which attracts more than 30,000 people will return after being cancelled last year.

Protest as council agrees 153 new homes in woodland

20 May 2021
Protest as council agrees 153 new homes in woodland

Activists gathered at council offices to fight for the protection of mature trees as councillors agreed to 153 new homes in woodland.

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District's sixth Costa to open

20 May 2021
District's sixth Costa to open

A new Costa Coffee drive-thru and store will open its doors next month.

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.

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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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