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Bed-bound Jessica determined to walk down aisle

08 July 2016
Bed-bound Jessica determined to walk down aisle

A young woman who has spent most of her adult life in bed due to a debilitating illness is determined to walk down the aisle at her wedding.

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Twenty years ago there were three priests, now there is only one

01 July 2016
Twenty years ago there were three priests, now there is only one

A shortage of priests means a church will be holding its final service this weekend before its shuts its doors forever.

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Pubs ready for a big turnout

11 June 2016
Pubs ready for a big turnout

It may be 50 years since England won a major title but will Euro 2016 be a turning point? Pubs across the Towns are ready to cheer the team on.

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Junk art highlights how filth is killing river fish

07 June 2016
Junk art highlights how filth is killing river fish

Find out how art is coming to the aid of wildlife in the River Thames.

New jobs announced as buyer signs deal to buy old M&S store

02 June 2016
New jobs announced as buyer signs deal to buy old M&S store

A multi-million pound contract agreeing the sale of Gravesend’s old Marks & Spencer store has finally been signed.

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Watchdog upholds blood clot complaint

27 May 2016
Watchdog upholds blood clot complaint

A woman with a potentially fatal blood clot in her lungs was sent home by a hospital after it failed to diagnose her condition.

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Work to start on £9.5m transport makeover

27 May 2016
Work to start on £9.5m transport makeover

The renovation of a one-way system around a town centre gets underway next week.

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Pals pedal to Cornwall to help children with cancer

26 May 2016
Pals pedal to Cornwall to help children with cancer

An artist and his friend will be cycling 330 miles to Land’s End to raise money for children with cancer.

'The NHS should consider charging patients'

23 May 2016
'The NHS should consider charging patients'

The chief executive of a Kent health trust has sparked controversy by suggesting the NHS should consider charging patients for some services.

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Come on girls, it’ll be hairy good fun!

21 May 2016
Come on girls, it’ll be hairy good fun!

Students’ creative work is being captured on camera to help babies get the best start in life.

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Friday 13th tattoo parlour discount is no horror

19 May 2016
Friday 13th tattoo parlour discount is no horror

People queue for hours for cut-price offer on tattoos and body piercings

First of the french killer hornets?

17 May 2016
First of the french killer hornets?

A student 'lucky to not be in hospital' believes he has zapped the first of the killer hornets making a beeline for the UK from France.

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Anger over new development

15 May 2016
Anger over new development

People have been venting their anger over a development which could change a leafy lane into a ‘dangerous’ and misery route for drivers.

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Relief over shoppers’ parking

15 May 2016
Relief over shoppers’ parking

Traders worried about parking restrictions have had some good news.

Villagers turn out to toast new tea rooms

14 May 2016
Villagers turn out to toast new tea rooms

A new tea room is proving a big hit.

Family’s tug took tragic Temeraire on its last voyage

08 May 2016
Family’s tug took tragic Temeraire on its last voyage

A historic firm provided the boat seen pulling The Fighting Temeraire in a painting by JMW Turner, whose face will soon appear on the new £20 note.

EXCLUSIVE: Measuring up ready for new bargain retailer

05 May 2016
EXCLUSIVE: Measuring up ready for new bargain retailer

A multi-million contract for the former Marks and Spencer building in Gravesend town centre is due to be signed this week.

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Hospital prepares for strike action

26 April 2016
Hospital prepares for strike action

People are being asked to think twice before dialling 999 as junior doctors' strikes get under way today.

Classic cars for the stars go on display for royalty

22 April 2016
Classic cars for the stars go on display for royalty

A display of beautiful cars will go on display in Gravesend tomorrow to mark the Queen's 90th birthday.

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Church shares building’s treasures with community

19 April 2016
Church shares building’s treasures with community

An old movie projector dating back to the 1930s found languishing in a church, once a cinema, will go on show on St George’s Day.

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