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Exam U-turn after A-Level grade disaster

17 August 2020
Exam U-turn after A-Level grade disaster

All A-Level and GCSE pupils in England will now receive teacher-assessed grades, the government announced this afternoon.

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Stormy weather to continue before warning eases

17 August 2020
Stormy weather to continue before warning eases

Weather experts have revealed the county could be at risk of further thunderstorms and torrential downpours before tonight's warning ends at 9pm.

Couple housed Iraqi asylum seeker who fled from ISIS

17 August 2020
Couple housed Iraqi asylum seeker who fled from ISIS

A husband and wife have been offering up their home to people seeking asylum in the UK for the past four years.

The truth behind Channel crossings

17 August 2020
The truth behind Channel crossings

As the world's media descend on the coast, we investigate the facts behind people seeking asylum by boat.

Teen sisters touted for supermodel stardom

13 August 2020
Teen sisters touted for supermodel stardom

Two school girls have found themselves thrust into the limelight of the modelling world, after being compared to the famous Hadid sisters.

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UK Recession - what it means for Kent

12 August 2020
UK Recession - what it means for Kent

The UK has fallen into the biggest recession in history - we ask experts how we'll all be affected.

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Music venue to light up in plea for support for industry

11 August 2020
Music venue to light up in plea for support for industry

A renowned music venue is leading a call for greater financial support for the live events industry, as the threat of its collapse looms.

Can small cinemas survive the pandemic?

11 August 2020
Can small cinemas survive the pandemic?

With new films going to streaming services and coronavirus restrictions keeping customers away, the future of independent cinemas is under threat.

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Campers scramble for pitches in staycation boom

09 August 2020
Campers scramble for pitches in staycation boom

Camp sites have been hit with a slew of last-minute bookings, as holidaymakers choose to take trips closer to home this summer.

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Protesting nurses feel like they've 'been kicked in teeth'

08 August 2020
Protesting nurses feel like they've 'been kicked in teeth'

Nurses are expected to join in a mass protest this weekend, as pressure mounts against the government to give medical staff a pay rise.

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Weather warning for thunderstorms next week

07 August 2020
Weather warning for thunderstorms next week

As the county basks in the intense heatwave this weekend, things look to be taking a turn heading into next week.

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Solar farm proposal announced by energy giant

07 August 2020
Solar farm proposal announced by energy giant

Another solar farm could be coming to Kent, as energy company proposes development which would power 5,000 homes.

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Gun dealer jailed after organised crime crackdown

07 August 2020
Gun dealer jailed after organised crime crackdown

A drug and gun dealer has been jailed for 12 years for supplying a firearm and cocaine.

'Chaos' on beaches as revellers flock to coast

07 August 2020
'Chaos' on beaches as revellers flock to coast

Beaches are filling up as people head towards the sea on one of the hottest days of the year.

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This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

07 August 2020
This is where you must wear face masks from tomorrow

From cinemas to massage parlours - face coverings are becoming mandatory almost everywhere from tomorrow.

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'I escaped from military lockdown 4,000 miles from home'

05 August 2020
'I escaped from military lockdown 4,000 miles from home'

A Kent man has recalled the moment his country was plunged into a communications blackout, prompting his escape from military lockdown.

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Parents facing The Nightmare Before Christmas

05 August 2020
Parents facing The Nightmare Before Christmas

Pantos and firework displays are collapsing like dominoes amid the pandemic - we look at what events might actually still go ahead this year.

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Thousands of pupils sign up for online summer academy

27 July 2020
Thousands of pupils sign up for online summer academy

Pupils across the county have signed up to a free online school for remote lessons throughout the summer holidays.

KMTV films tackle pig vaccines, IVF and leukaemia treatment

25 July 2020
KMTV films tackle pig vaccines, IVF and leukaemia treatment

New documentaries produced by the TV channel are taking audiences inside the labs where cutting edge research is being done to save and improve lives.

'Face masks could suffocate babies'

24 July 2020
'Face masks could suffocate babies'

Parents are being urged not to put face masks on children under the age of three due to a risk of choking or suffocation.

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