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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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Seven officers test positive for virus

17 April 2020
Seven officers test positive for virus

The chief constable has announced a number of officers have contracted coronavirus and given more details on fines handed out to lockdown flouters.

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Revealed: Our motorbike theft hotspots

17 April 2020
Revealed: Our motorbike theft hotspots

Figures obtained by KentOnline show the highest areas for motorbike thefts in the county.

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Touring car team kickstart NHS fundraiser

15 April 2020
Touring car team kickstart NHS fundraiser

Kent-based Team Hard Racing are raising money to support the fight against coronavirus.

How viral Kent satirist ended up on US chat show

15 April 2020
How viral Kent satirist ended up on US chat show

A comedian taking the internet by storm explains how he ended up a US chat show and why no politician is safe from his satire.

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'Virus could be saviour of local fishing industry'

15 April 2020
'Virus could be saviour of local fishing industry'

A fishing association chairman has helped launch a campaign encouraging people to buy locally-caught fish.

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From coal to nuclear: Kent's historical power stations

11 April 2020
From coal to nuclear: Kent's historical power stations

The county has a rich history of generating energy, but how much do you know about its power plants?

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'My kids said I'm better off here'

10 April 2020
'My kids said I'm better off here'

A man from Medway is stuck on the other side of the world as flights remain cancelled as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage on.

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Police chief urges people to stay in lockdown during Easter weekend

09 April 2020
Police chief urges people to stay in lockdown during Easter weekend

The chief constable is urging people to stay at home and avoid fines during the long Easter weekend.

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