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DJ's son's rainbow scrubs for hospital

22 December 2020
DJ's son's rainbow scrubs for hospital

The son of DJ Chris Evans has brought some cheer to a Kent hospital.

Hrvy runner up in Strictly Come Dancing final

19 December 2020
Hrvy runner up in Strictly Come Dancing final

Kent singer Hrvy was was placed as a runner up in the final show after Bill Bailey and partner Oti were crowned winners.

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Reindeers, jumpers and naughty elves!

18 December 2020
Reindeers, jumpers and naughty elves!

A school marking its first Christmas in its new building has found plenty of fun ways to celebrate.

The show must go on-line!

17 December 2020
The show must go on-line!

A panto is heading online so audiences can still enjoy an evening of entertainment.

Pupils head online to share Christmas joy

17 December 2020
Pupils head online to share Christmas joy

A school has shared its Christmas concert online, including a "spine-tingling" performance of a popular piece.

£300,000 boost for leisure centres

17 December 2020
£300,000 boost for leisure centres

Council leisure centres in one district have been given a £300,000 boost to get them open again.

Father Christmas goes on tour

17 December 2020
Father Christmas goes on tour

Santa will be out and about in Gravesend this evening, waving hello to anyone who sees him.

Care workers celebrated in new book

17 December 2020
Care workers celebrated in new book

A woman from Kent, who dyed her hair all the colours of the rainbow to raise money, is one of many care workers celebrated in a new book.

Welcome boost for England wheelchair rugby hopeful

16 December 2020
Welcome boost for England wheelchair rugby hopeful

A wheelchair rugby player has been given much-needed support as he bids to make the England squad for next year’s World Cup.

Schools get Covid grants

16 December 2020
Schools get Covid grants

Four schools are sharing almost a quarter of a million pounds to spend on projects to take more lessons outdoors.

Have your say on tourism plans

11 December 2020
Have your say on tourism plans

People are being asked to air their views on a document shaping our tourism and heritage.

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Names inscribed for years to come

10 December 2020
Names inscribed for years to come

Pupils have made their mark on a £5.5 million redevelopment project at their school by writing their names on a steel beam in the new teaching block.

Disruption to festive travel

10 December 2020
Disruption to festive travel

Rail passengers are being warned to check online before they travel over the festive season.

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Remembering loved ones

10 December 2020
Remembering loved ones

A popular hospice service to remember those we've lost is heading online this weekend.

Warning over dangers of drinking near rivers

09 December 2020
Warning over dangers of drinking near rivers

The combination of alcohol, drugs and activity on or by the tidal Thames is a recipe for Christmas and New Year misery, say safety experts.

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Give the gift of news this Christmas

09 December 2020
Give the gift of news this Christmas

Stuck for a Christmas gift? Here's an idea.

Give the gift of news this Christmas

09 December 2020
Give the gift of news this Christmas

Stuck for a Christmas gift? Here's an idea.

Give the gift of news this Christmas

09 December 2020
Give the gift of news this Christmas

Stuck for a Christmas gift? Here's an idea.

'Work hard, help others and keep smiling...'

09 December 2020
'Work hard, help others and keep smiling...'

One woman has been sharing her secret to a long life as she marks her 100th birthday.

Man charged with drug dealing

09 December 2020
Man charged with drug dealing

A man has appeared in court accused of dealing different types of drugs

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