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Almost £2,000 raised for vandalised church

09 December 2019
Almost £2,000 raised for vandalised church

A fundraising campaign has been launched after thieves caused £10,000 damage to a church.

Hospital set for new coffee shop

07 December 2019
Hospital set for new coffee shop

A new modern barista-style coffee shop is set to open next summer at a Kent hospital.

New review into church abuse fears

05 December 2019
New review into church abuse fears

A church at the centre of a recent child abuse case must re-examine historic concerns into the safeguarding of children and young adults.

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Weed killers could be banned amid health fears

01 December 2019
Weed killers could be banned amid health fears

A council is considering banning weed killer amid fears it is harmful to children and pets.

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Massive reaction to homeless man's plight

27 November 2019
Massive reaction to homeless man's plight

Friends and family of a former City high-flier living in a bus shelter say they're relieved he's still alive after losing contact with him years ago.

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Taxi drivers 'over the moon' at Uber ban

25 November 2019
Taxi drivers 'over the moon' at Uber ban

Taxi drivers say the announcement which will see Uber banned from parts of Kent is a great day for the industry.

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Ex City high-flier now living in bus shelter

21 November 2019
Ex City high-flier now living in bus shelter

The plight of a rough sleeper who used to mix with royalty has captured the hearts of residents.

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Dockyard apprentices reunited after 50 years

17 November 2019
Dockyard apprentices reunited after 50 years

It was late summer in 1969 when the group of apprentices first walked through the dock gates - now they've met up half a century later.

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Model's glamorous career featuring in tabloids

17 November 2019
Model's glamorous career featuring in tabloids

A Kent barmaid has recalled her former life as a glamour model - 50 years since the first Page 3 girls appeared in the press.

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Hospital development plans unveiled

16 November 2019
Hospital development plans unveiled

Developers of Britain's oldest hospital building have submitted plans to renovate it with more than 150 new homes on the site.

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The strong arm of the law

16 November 2019
The strong arm of the law

A barrister has swapped her high-paid job at a top London law firm for a different kind of bar as she turns to becoming a champion powerlifter.

Mums afraid to let sons out after KFC robbery

15 November 2019
Mums afraid to let sons out after KFC robbery

Four mothers of teenagers robbed by a masked gang say they are scared of letting their sons out.

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Beautician 'still waiting' for Facebook access

13 November 2019
Beautician 'still waiting' for Facebook access

A business owner whose company has been put at risk after Facebook wrongly blocked her account is still waiting for full access to her page.

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Blind man clings desperately to guide dog during attack

12 November 2019
Blind man clings desperately to guide dog during attack

A blind man clung to the lead of his guide dog, unable to help him, while he was being attacked by another dog.

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Masked gang rob teens outside KFC

11 November 2019
Masked gang rob teens outside KFC

A boy's new iPad given to him as a birthday present was stolen by a gang while he waited with friends to collect his order.

Soldier brought Berlin Wall home

09 November 2019
Soldier brought Berlin Wall home

A former soldier has a permanent reminder every working day of his part in the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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Cyst size of football with hair in mum's tummy

07 November 2019
Cyst size of football with hair in mum's tummy

Doctors thought a mum was a hypochondriac before finding out she had a growth the size of a football which had sprouted clumps of hair in her tummy.

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'Facebook breast ban devastated my business'

06 November 2019
'Facebook breast ban devastated my business'

A beautician has spoken out after Facebook banned her page when she shared a picture of a semi-nude model to raise awareness of breast cancer.

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Travellers move on to precinct car park

04 November 2019
Travellers move on to precinct car park

A council is taking legal action to force a group of travellers off a shopping centre car park.

Council facing £7m overspend

31 October 2019
Council facing £7m overspend

Local authority staff are being told to cut back on spending as bosses face major financial woes.

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