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'It can only be a malicious attack'

11 May 2020
'It can only be a malicious attack'

A tattoo artist has been accused of operating his business during lockdown, despite his premises being in the middle of a renovation.

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How Kent celebrated VE Day 75 years ago

08 May 2020
How Kent celebrated VE Day 75 years ago

Today marks 75 years since life in Britain changed forever.

Four emergency workers attacked after reports of man on tracks

07 May 2020
Four emergency workers attacked after reports of man on tracks

Police officers, a paramedic and a nurse were attacked after reports of a man on train tracks.

Police chief condemns lockdown flouters in Covid-19 fatality hotspot

07 May 2020
Police chief condemns lockdown flouters in Covid-19 fatality hotspot

A police boss has expressed his frustration at people ignoring lockdown in the worst-hit part of Kent for coronavirus deaths

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'There is no lockdown here'

06 May 2020
'There is no lockdown here'

Residents of a Covid-19 fatality hotspot say people ignoring lockdown could be to blame.

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'This increase is only the beginning'

01 May 2020
'This increase is only the beginning'

Food banks across the county react to the 'dreadful' surge in demand since lockdown began.

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Police chief warns public to stick to lockdown measures

01 May 2020
Police chief warns public to stick to lockdown measures

A police boss has reminded people why it is important to stick to lockdown measures, as PM announces an end to the coronavirus peak.

Excessive speeding offences almost double during lockdown

27 April 2020
Excessive speeding offences almost double during lockdown

Figures from police show a sharp increase in the number of high-end speeding offences being committed across the county.

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Runner, 85, on 26-hour garden hike for late wife's hospice

26 April 2020
Runner, 85, on 26-hour garden hike for late wife's hospice

An 85-year-old widow is one of scores of runners who are looking for other ways to raise money on the day the London Marathon should have gone ahead.

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'He has everything Premier League teams have'

25 April 2020
'He has everything Premier League teams have'

A dad spent thousands on turning his garden into a football training ground for his talented son.

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Record boss' penthouse shooting hearing adjourned

24 April 2020
Record boss' penthouse shooting hearing adjourned

A record company owner's appearance in court following a penthouse balcony gun drama has been adjourned.

Mercury-nominated band offer lifeline to struggling venue

24 April 2020
Mercury-nominated band offer lifeline to struggling venue

A cult music venue is releasing a live recording by an award-winning band to help it survive the ongoing pandemic.

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Police condemn 'scumbags' spitting and coughing on 70 officers

24 April 2020
Police condemn 'scumbags' spitting and coughing on 70 officers

A police chief has revealed the number of officers who have been abused by members of the public during the lockdown.

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Board games to obsess over during lockdown

24 April 2020
Board games to obsess over during lockdown

A board game shop delivering to customers during lockdown reveals the best games to play right now.

'Lockdown proves we can end rough sleeping'

24 April 2020
'Lockdown proves we can end rough sleeping'

A homeless charity has said support for rough sleepers must continue once lockdown ends.

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How we can learn from Ramadan in post-lockdown world

23 April 2020
How we can learn from Ramadan in post-lockdown world

A Muslim leader has explained how we can the lessons of the holy month of Ramadan could help us in a post-lockdown world.

The volunteers saving tonnes of fruit and veg

21 April 2020
The volunteers saving tonnes of fruit and veg

A charity is working hard to save farmers' fruit and veg and deliver it to those in need, despite social distancing challenges.

Could pubs stay closed until Christmas?

20 April 2020
Could pubs stay closed until Christmas?

A landlord has called for clarity on when pubs will re-open after ambiguous statements led to speculation it could be as late as Christmas.

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'Spirit of Kent' Spitfire to honour NHS fundraising veteran

17 April 2020
'Spirit of Kent' Spitfire to honour NHS fundraising veteran

A heritage aircraft hangar is hoping to celebrate the 100th birthday of a veteran who raised millions for the NHS.

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Lockdown plea after injuries at huge funeral

17 April 2020
Lockdown plea after injuries at huge funeral

Injuries sustained during a mass funeral gathering have prompted a police chief to remind people of lockdown rules.

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