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Hunt to identify man after shop worker attacked

23 June 2021
Hunt to identify man after shop worker attacked

An investigation into a shop worker being assaulted during a robbery has led to police appealing to identify a man.

Prison staff to go on strike over 'failure to address Covid concerns'

22 June 2021
Prison staff to go on strike over 'failure to address Covid concerns'

Hundreds of prison workers are set to strike in protest against a dispute over health and safety to deliver classes in prison during the pandemic.

Ram-raided Co-op set to reopen

22 June 2021
Ram-raided Co-op set to reopen

A village Co-op damaged by ram-raid burglars is set to reopen 48 hours after the front of the shop was smashed in by thieves.

Police attend incident at train station

22 June 2021
Police attend incident at train station

Several police cars were spotted during an incident at a busy town centre railway station.

MP blasts 'cronyism' claims over Tory donor's £100m PPE contract

22 June 2021
MP blasts 'cronyism' claims over Tory donor's £100m PPE contract

An MP has reacted angrily amid claims of 'government cronyism' after a Kent councillor and Tory donor's firm secured a £100m deal to supply PPE.

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Boy soldier remembered again after lost grave is found

21 June 2021
Boy soldier remembered again after lost grave is found

A boy soldier who signed up aged 15 to serve in the First World War has been remembered again after his once lost grave was rededicated.

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Ram-raiders smash through front of Co-op

21 June 2021
Ram-raiders smash through front of Co-op

Two men are being held by police suspected of carrying out a ram-raid attack through the front of a village Co-op before fleeing the scene.

Trains running again as signal failure causes delays

21 June 2021
Trains running again as signal failure causes delays

Trains had to be held after a signal failure caused lengthy delays and later services became held up and diverted.

Police push for safer streets as 1,300 homes visited

18 June 2021
Police push for safer streets as 1,300 homes visited

A police initiative pushing to make streets safer has seen officers visit more than 1,300 homes in a bid to crackdown on crime.

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'I'm desperate, I don't want to die'

18 June 2021
'I'm desperate, I don't want to die'

A grandmother suffering with a serious condition which is poisoning her body has turned to the public to raise money for life-saving treatment.

Building begins on major overhaul for town centre

17 June 2021
Building begins on major overhaul for town centre

Construction work for a town centre regeneration project with 242 new homes has been officially kicked off at a groundbreaking ceremony.

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Man charged with shop thefts in seven towns

17 June 2021
Man charged with shop thefts in seven towns

A man is due to appear in court charged with alleged burglaries at shops across north and west Kent in the past two years.

Suspect still at large after teen stabbed in street

17 June 2021
Suspect still at large after teen stabbed in street

A teenage boy was taken to hospital with stab wounds as police investigating the serious assault plead for more witnesses to help them catch suspect.

£7m tax fraudster ordered to repay millions

16 June 2021
£7m tax fraudster ordered to repay millions

A former tax officer who stole almost £7 million from pay packets has been ordered to repay cash or face more time behind bars.

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Rail disruption for five weekends

16 June 2021
Rail disruption for five weekends

Railway engineering work is set to cause disruption to passengers travelling from Kent for five weekends.

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Police called 56 times to anti-social behaviour at lake

16 June 2021
Police called 56 times to anti-social behaviour at lake

Officers have put a banning order in place after dozens of calls about anti-social behaviour by groups around a lake in a residential area.

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A2 closed after three-car crash

16 June 2021
A2 closed after three-car crash

A slip road crash caused delays to a major route through the county which forced the road to be closed and traffic held.

Theme park giants argue rival's £2.5bn plan should be dropped

16 June 2021
Theme park giants argue rival's £2.5bn plan should be dropped

A battle between theme park bosses is brewing as one of the world's biggest operators takes legal advice about plans for a rival venue in Kent.

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New homes at UK's oldest hospital hit the market

15 June 2021
New homes at UK's oldest hospital hit the market

The first homes as part of a major redevelopment of the UK's oldest hospital have hit the market with a completion date expected later in the year.

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Zipline opening date pushed back again

14 June 2021
Zipline opening date pushed back again

The eagerly anticipated opening of the country's longest zipwire, which is being built in Kent, has been delayed for a second time.

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