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Look inside luxury properties to rent after golf Open 2020 postponed

16 July 2020
Look inside luxury properties to rent after golf Open 2020 postponed

On the day the Open was meant to begin, we take a look at the mammoth properties up for rent to famous golfers and luxury brands.

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Anorexia sufferer fears long wait for treatment

14 July 2020
Anorexia sufferer fears long wait for treatment

A woman struggling with anorexia for six years is concerned how long she and others will be made to wait for treatment.

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From Parliament to Peru: KMTV broadcast new documentaries

11 July 2020
From Parliament to Peru: KMTV broadcast new documentaries

The county's only dedicated television channel is broadening its horizons with the release of two new documentary films.

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Watch: Kent County Show through the years

10 July 2020
Watch: Kent County Show through the years

Discover the history of the time-honoured agricultural event which has been synonymous with the south east for nearly a century.

Former pupil aims for app success with 'Netflix for theatres'

08 July 2020
Former pupil aims for app success with 'Netflix for theatres'

A student is preparing to launch herself into the app-developing world with a plan to bring theatre productions into the home.

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Pro MMA fighter's bold vision for seafront sports complex

08 July 2020
Pro MMA fighter's bold vision for seafront sports complex

A mixed martial arts fighter is on a mission to breathe new life into the seafront with plans for a huge community sports hub.

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Hundreds flock to food bank as virus magnifies poverty

07 July 2020
Hundreds flock to food bank as virus magnifies poverty

A food bank had its busiest month ever, feeding nearly 1,000 people struggling to buy food to feed themselves and their families.

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'Sheer relief' as arts sector receives huge lifeline

06 July 2020
'Sheer relief' as arts sector receives huge lifeline

Arts organisations are celebrating after the government announced a financial boost to save the industry.

How online lessons have been a blessing in disguise for music teachers

03 July 2020
How online lessons have been a blessing in disguise for music teachers

Music teachers feared the lockdown would destroy their trade, but online teaching has made it better than ever - here's why.

'Are they waiting for people to get sick?'

03 July 2020
'Are they waiting for people to get sick?'

Residents have spoken out after fears overflowing communal bins could spread disease and even coronavirus.

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100 years of Dreamland

03 July 2020
100 years of Dreamland

It's been a real rollercoaster for the seaside amusement park but Dreamland has managed to make it to its 100th birthday.

Couple's High Court fight for humanist marriage

02 July 2020
Couple's High Court fight for humanist marriage

A couple from Kent are among six to battle the High Court to make humanist weddings legally recognised.

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Family shoot globetrotting disaster film in lockdown

02 July 2020
Family shoot globetrotting disaster film in lockdown

A family of film makers used lockdown to produce a drama imagining a worst-case scenario coronavirus world.

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Health boss plays down virus spike concerns

30 June 2020
Health boss plays down virus spike concerns

A health boss has spoken out against rumours that an area could see a large spike in cases.

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Pop up school hopes to prepare pupils for September

30 June 2020
Pop up school hopes to prepare pupils for September

A pop up school is planned to go live this summer, offering free online lessons to pupils across the county.

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'We cannot socially distance in secondary schools'

29 June 2020
'We cannot socially distance in secondary schools'

Head teachers across the county do not think secondary schools can return in September under social distancing measures.

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'Insulting and confusing' - the businesses still in lockdown

29 June 2020
'Insulting and confusing' - the businesses still in lockdown

As trades like pubs and restaurants prepare to reopen, other businesses have been left in the dark by the government about when they can do the same.

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'Nobody cares to police these idiots'

28 June 2020
'Nobody cares to police these idiots'

Boat owners are demanding action as they accuse 'reckless' jet skiers of endangering lives.

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Police Gypsy flag tweet defended

27 June 2020
Police Gypsy flag tweet defended

A councillor has said showing solidarity with communities helps save money, as police were criticised for supporting Gypsy Roma history month.

'I got banned from Glasto after row with Michael Eavis'

26 June 2020
'I got banned from Glasto after row with Michael Eavis'

A musician living in Kent recalls the outburst that got him banned from Glastonbury, as the festival reaches its landmark 50th anniversary.

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