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Music festival rescheduled following 'freedom day' delay

17 June 2021
Music festival rescheduled following 'freedom day' delay

A music festival in Medway has had its dates rearranged for later in the year, after the end to Covid restrictions was delayed by a month.

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Ghost jars and a car sauna - the crazy items for sale on Facebook

15 June 2021
Ghost jars and a car sauna - the crazy items for sale on Facebook

Anyone want a shed with a roof shaped like WILL.I.AM's hair? A man from Medway is using Facebook Marketplace to advertise this and a lot more.

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Kent has third most reported stalking incidents in England

15 June 2021
Kent has third most reported stalking incidents in England

With stalking incidents soaring since the pandemic began, the mum of a woman murdered by her stalker ex urges people to recognise the signs.

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The events in doubt following 'freedom day' delay

14 June 2021
The events in doubt following 'freedom day' delay

The government's delay to June 21 lockdown easing could axe music events and festivals across the county.

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'Please don't cancel my wedding for a third time, Boris'

12 June 2021
'Please don't cancel my wedding for a third time, Boris'

As the nation waits to find out if the end to lockdown is delayed, a bride-to-be is facing the prospect of another wedding cancellation.

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Watch moment car explodes after setting alight

08 June 2021
Watch moment car explodes after setting alight

A woman and her dog made a lucky escape after the car she was driving set on fire.

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'No blood, sweat or beer - but still a great show'

08 June 2021
'No blood, sweat or beer - but still a great show'

What exactly does a Covid-compliant punk gig look like? We sent KentOnline's resident music nerd to find out.

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Trailblazing record label celebrates decade of success

05 June 2021
Trailblazing record label celebrates decade of success

From packaging you have to destroy to a horror soundtrack shaped like an autopsy table, Margate's record label owner reveals his unique take on vinyl.

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The tear-jerking dramas filmed in Kent

04 June 2021
The tear-jerking dramas filmed in Kent

The county has been used by countless directors as the location for their emotional films - but how many have you seen?

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From Covid ground zero to king of prime time TV

02 June 2021
From Covid ground zero to king of prime time TV

A Kent TV studio has made a remarkable recovery since the pandemic hit, becoming one of the most sought out places to film outside the capital.

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Is there still racial inequality in Kent?

25 May 2021
Is there still racial inequality in Kent?

One year after George Floyd was murdered and the beginning of the Black Lives Matter protests, we find how much has really changed.

What's it like to live in Kent's only desert?

24 May 2021
What's it like to live in Kent's only desert?

Dungeness has become a tourist hotspot in the past decade - but thoughtless visitors are ruining the tranquillity for some locals.

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How do we fix our justice system?

18 May 2021
How do we fix our justice system?

With some of the county's court cases delayed until 2023, we look at the issue at the heart of the justice system - and what can be done to change it.

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Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

15 May 2021
Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

We look at 100 years of support provided by the Royal British Legion, and how the charity is marking the occasion.

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Four arrests after man dies in bike crash

13 May 2021
Four arrests after man dies in bike crash

In today's podcast, hear the latest on arrests made after a biker died in a collision with another vehicle.

Five ways Kent is changing the world

12 May 2021
Five ways Kent is changing the world

From life-saving drug discovery to 6G technology, our county has its fair share of people striving to make the planet a better place.

'There will be more cancellations to come'

06 May 2021
'There will be more cancellations to come'

The founder of Kent Pride expects more events will have to be postponed until next year, following the cancellation of Brighton Pride.

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'My dad is stuck in the middle of India's Covid crisis'

05 May 2021
'My dad is stuck in the middle of India's Covid crisis'

As Kent communities help send scores of ventilators to the country ravaged by coronavirus, Sikhs continue to fear for the safety of their families.

Campaigners call for safe routes for child refugees

01 May 2021
Campaigners call for safe routes for child refugees

An open letter addressed to the Home Secretary is urging a rethink of new planned immigration controls.

The Kent spot inspiring musicians across the world

30 April 2021
The Kent spot inspiring musicians across the world

A Kent beach is an unlikely source of artistic inspiration for musicians from South Africa to California - but why?

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