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Police officers hit by car

25 February 2020
Police officers hit by car

A man has been charged with attempted murder after two police officers were hit by a car.

Gaming convention brings YouTube stars to the coast

24 February 2020
Gaming convention brings YouTube stars to the coast

A celebration of all things gaming brought together liked-minded fans and creators

Bestival returns to Dreamland

24 February 2020
Bestival returns to Dreamland

An award-winning family festival is back and will take over a theme park in Kent.

Pub landlord celebrates 30 years of pulling pints

24 February 2020
Pub landlord celebrates 30 years of pulling pints

The manager of a seafront pub has revealed how he's kept business going over the last three decades.

'People thought I was mad'

22 February 2020
'People thought I was mad'

Kent's largest vintage market has celebrated five years of trading, despite some thinking it would never work.

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Rival taxi firms team up to fight proposed rules

21 February 2020
Rival taxi firms team up to fight proposed rules

Competing taxi companies are working together to oppose new rules which they say would force price hikes and damage the local economy.

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'Zombie' protesters descend on housing site

20 February 2020
'Zombie' protesters descend on housing site

A community group dressed up as zombies to oppose plans for 153 homes.

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'Prepare for more independent venues to close'

20 February 2020
'Prepare for more independent venues to close'

Post-Brexit visa rules could 'poison' Kent's live music scenes, according to venue owners.

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Five charged over 30 burglaries

19 February 2020
Five charged over 30 burglaries

Five men have been charged in connection with 30 burglaries in Kent in four months.

Listen to the politics podcast talk Cabinet re-shuffles, Kent County Council going green and a new version of Operation Brock.

17 February 2020
Listen to the politics podcast talk Cabinet re-shuffles, Kent County Council going green and a new version of Operation Brock.

The team discuss all the latest political developments across the county every week.

Legendary joke shop closing after 40 years

16 February 2020
Legendary joke shop closing after 40 years

A much-loved novelty store which opened in the 70s is closing due to online retail pressure.

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Residents to fight traveller site

15 February 2020
Residents to fight traveller site

A rundown plot of land earmarked as an authorised traveller site should be retained for the community, say residents.

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Music hall wins funding to install gender neutral toilets

07 February 2020
Music hall wins funding to install gender neutral toilets

A music venue has received funding to build gender neutral bathrooms.

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Fire forces indefinite closure of children's centre

05 February 2020
Fire forces indefinite closure of children's centre

Officials say a blaze that tore through a children's centre and spread to a nursery has caused "substantial damage".

Listen to the politics podcast talk Brexit celebrations and a future trade deal with Europe

03 February 2020
Listen to the politics podcast talk Brexit celebrations and a future trade deal with Europe

This week's podcast contemplates Britain's exit from the European Union and how Kent could be affected by future negotiations.

Children as young as 5 caring for parents

30 January 2020
Children as young as 5 caring for parents

Children as young as five are looking after their parents, a charity has revealed.

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Listen to the politics podcast discuss smart motorways, HS1 and saying goodbye to MEPs

27 January 2020
Listen to the politics podcast discuss smart motorways, HS1 and saying goodbye to MEPs

This week our politics podcast team talk through Damien Green's concerns with HS1 and why politicians have been battling over Brexit banners.

Hundreds back £1m tree planting drive

22 January 2020
Hundreds back £1m tree planting drive

A project to plant £1m worth of trees to help tackle air pollution has received overwhelming support.

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Bringing Afro-Latino sounds to Kent

21 January 2020
Bringing Afro-Latino sounds to Kent

A dance teacher has revealed an ambitious plan to stage a festival focused on African and Latin music.

Listen to the politics podcast discuss Manston airport, the Lower Thames Crossing and Jess Phillips

20 January 2020
Listen to the politics podcast discuss Manston airport, the Lower Thames Crossing and Jess Phillips

The podcasting team talk the Labour leadership, Manston airport and whether Big Ben will bong for Brexit.

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