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Inside the cinema club championing cult movies

19 January 2020
Inside the cinema club championing cult movies

We took a trip to one of Kent's cosiest cinemas to learn about the club championing cult and classic movies.

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Babies learning sign language

17 January 2020
Babies learning sign language

Parents have been snapping up the chance to take their babies to sign-language lessons so they can communicate better with each other.

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'When I started the alarms haunted me'

15 January 2020
'When I started the alarms haunted me'

A matron has revealed the reality of life working in the intensive care unit at one of Kent's biggest hospitals.

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Listen to the politics podcast talk Brexit, Labour leadership and Operation Brock

13 January 2020
Listen to the politics podcast talk Brexit, Labour leadership and Operation Brock

The podcasting duo are back with a look at the political climate at the start of the new decade.

Disabled voices soar in community music project

13 January 2020
Disabled voices soar in community music project

A scheme is building the confidence of disabled people across the county by giving them an outlet to perform music.

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Commuter pounds pavements to tackle loneliness

09 January 2020
Commuter pounds pavements to tackle loneliness

A commuter who found herself alone in a new town set up a group to tackle social isolation — now she has bigger plans for the future.

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Residents muck in to restore animal sanctuary

07 January 2020
Residents muck in to restore animal sanctuary

Volunteers descended on an animal ranch to improve lives of more than 200 animals.

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How Kent has changed over the past decade

29 December 2019
How Kent has changed over the past decade

As we get set to welcome in 2020 we've been taking a look at the changing face of Kent over the past 10 years.

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Can you name these Kent places?

25 December 2019
Can you name these Kent places?

Kent is packed with beautiful places, but how many of them do you recognise?

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'We are a nation that is not at peace with itself'

24 December 2019
'We are a nation that is not at peace with itself'

The newly-appointed Bishop of Dover shares a message of togetherness this Christmas.

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Head of new school shares her vision for the future

21 December 2019
Head of new school shares her vision for the future

A new school opening in 2020 hopes to place community values at the heart of its curriculum.

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This is what is being done to help homeless people through the winter

17 December 2019
This is what is being done to help homeless people through the winter

A homeless outreach team is working to gain the trust of rough sleepers in Sheerness

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Listen to our latest politics podcast

10 December 2019
Listen to our latest politics podcast

As the election gets closer, our political editor Paul Francis breaks down all the key events in the campaign.

You guide to the seat up for grabs

06 December 2019
You guide to the seat up for grabs

With just days to go until we head to the ballot box, we've been touring the city where one hotly-contested seat will be up for grabs.

Hustings puts social care at top of agenda

05 December 2019
Hustings puts social care at top of agenda

An election debate in the county's most marginal seat focused on supporting people with learning difficulties.

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Your guide to seats up for grabs

04 December 2019
Your guide to seats up for grabs

With just days to go until we head to the ballot box we've been touring the towns where three seats will be up for grabs.

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Virtual reality experience highlights plight of refugees

04 December 2019
Virtual reality experience highlights plight of refugees

Visitors at a cathedral are getting the chance to walk on the moon in cutting-edge virtual reality.

'Coming out is like going onto a battlefield'

28 November 2019
'Coming out is like going onto a battlefield'

A "safe space" has been set up for Kent's LGBTQ community amid a rise in hate crimes.

Health Secretary pledges improvements to Canterbury hospital

25 November 2019
Health Secretary pledges improvements to Canterbury hospital

In a week of televised debates and political canvassing, the Conservative Health Secretary admitted Canterbury hospital "clearly needs work."

Supermarket first to sell food past its best before date

25 November 2019
Supermarket first to sell food past its best before date

Have your say on a supermarket selling food past its best before date at drastically lower prices.

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