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Can pantos survive the pandemic?

13 June 2020
Can pantos survive the pandemic?

Pantomime season could be under threat this year, as social distancing rules on and off stage prove difficult to follow.

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MP blasted for 'absurd' statue cemetery plans

12 June 2020
MP blasted for 'absurd' statue cemetery plans

An MP has been criticised for plans to create a 'statue cemetery' for controversial sculptures.

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'Busy bus' app comes to Kent

12 June 2020
'Busy bus' app comes to Kent

A travel firm has announced an app which will indicate how busy buses are, to help maintain social distancing rules.

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Outdoor seating fees waived for cafés and pubs

11 June 2020
Outdoor seating fees waived for cafés and pubs

Fees for outdoor furniture have been temporarily waived by a council, in a bid to support struggling businesses.

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'We'll have to turn people away'

10 June 2020
'We'll have to turn people away'

A pub owner is calling for quicker decisions on outdoor seating licences to help businesses survive.

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Could a 'statue cemetery' be coming to Kent?

10 June 2020
Could a 'statue cemetery' be coming to Kent?

An MP calls for a 'statue cemetery' as protesters target controversial sculptures across the UK.

'Toddlers have become anxious and withdrawn'

10 June 2020
'Toddlers have become anxious and withdrawn'

Parents are concerned social distancing is affecting their toddler's development and mental health.

Welcome to life after lockdown

09 June 2020
Welcome to life after lockdown

Booking in advance to go for a pint and red stickers if you've used the loo - just some of the steps Kent firms are taking to emerge from lockdown.

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'I won't play into angry young black man stereotype'

04 June 2020
'I won't play into angry young black man stereotype'

A teenager staged a Black Lives Matter protest outside a police HQ, after being a victim of racial prejudice.

Blow for wind turbines plan

03 June 2020
Blow for wind turbines plan

Plans for dozens of new wind turbines off the coast of Kent have been blocked.

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Lockdown 'good for men's mental health'

31 May 2020
Lockdown 'good for men's mental health'

The founder of a men's mental health support group is seeing a positive side to lockdown.

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Staggering amount of plastic used during lockdown revealed

31 May 2020
Staggering amount of plastic used during lockdown revealed

An eco-campaigner is using lockdown to encourage people to think about the plastic they use - and has revealed a huge increase in the waste generated.

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Global vision for hangover cure juice

30 May 2020
Global vision for hangover cure juice

A young entrepreneur has hopes to break into the global market with a hangover cure pear juice.

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'Let a bit of wild into your life'

28 May 2020
'Let a bit of wild into your life'

A nature lover is trying to convince people to swap their clean lawns for a messy wildlife paradise.

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The Kent town which helped save thousands of soldiers

27 May 2020
The Kent town which helped save thousands of soldiers

It is now 80 years since a fleet of civilians risked their lives to rescue hundreds of thousands of troops from the clutches of the Germans.

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How our lives have changed during two months of lockdown

23 May 2020
How our lives have changed during two months of lockdown

As we mark two months since Kent went into lockdown, we look at all the ways the county has changed in light of the global pandemic.

'We can't force people off the beaches'

22 May 2020
'We can't force people off the beaches'

A police boss said his officers cannot enforce people socially distancing on packed bank holiday beaches.

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Holidaymaker forced to wait nine weeks for £4,000 refund

21 May 2020
Holidaymaker forced to wait nine weeks for £4,000 refund

Holidaymakers are furious after not receiving refund cash promised by a travel company.

'It's going to give so many more people the opportunity to live'

20 May 2020
'It's going to give so many more people the opportunity to live'

As organ donation laws change, a paramedic has revealed how she can only do her dream job thanks to a life-saving liver transplant.

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‘Virus testing could be reason for high infection rate’

19 May 2020
‘Virus testing could be reason for high infection rate’

Testing has been cited as the cause of an area having one of the highest coronavirus infection rates in England.

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