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'Our youth are drifting away from us'

25 November 2019
'Our youth are drifting away from us'

An Army Cadet volunteer wants to encourage more young people to join, but believes the pressures of modern life are stopping them

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'I blacked out from whisky at the age of eight'

20 November 2019
'I blacked out from whisky at the age of eight'

A former alcoholic and drug addict wants to remove the stigma of addiction and encourage people to get help.

Muslim voters could change election outcome

18 November 2019
Muslim voters could change election outcome

Votes cast by Muslims could tip the balance in Kent's most marginal seat, according to research published today.

'Religion should inspire and make us think outside the box'

16 November 2019
'Religion should inspire and make us think outside the box'

Religious people across the county are being encouraged to work together to improve local communities

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Use of food banks grows by 25%

13 November 2019
Use of food banks grows by 25%

More families across the county are having to use food bank parcels to survive - including many with working parents.

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'Young people think abuse is normal politics'

13 November 2019
'Young people think abuse is normal politics'

A youth councillor has spoken out against young people being abusive on social media.

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Brexit Party stands aside for Conservative candidates

12 November 2019
Brexit Party stands aside for Conservative candidates

A surprising announcement by Nigel Farage will leave just one Brexit election candidate standing in the county.

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Police work with 13-year-old hackers in cybercrime fight

01 November 2019
Police work with 13-year-old hackers in cybercrime fight

Kent Police's cyber expert joined the KM Community Podcast to talk about their battle against cyber crime.

Brexit could curb Kent's music scene

31 October 2019
Brexit could curb Kent's music scene

There are concerns leaving the European Union could have a significant impact on the live music scene across the county.

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Crowdfunder for art at primary schools

30 October 2019
Crowdfunder for art at primary schools

An arts company is asking people to pledge towards a campaign to improve arts education for primary school pupils.

Can a pear cure a hangover?

27 October 2019
Can a pear cure a hangover?

A Kent farmer has won a competition for his prize-winning pear that can reportedly reduce hangovers.

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Slippery innovators Squid raise the roof in Margate

25 October 2019
Slippery innovators Squid raise the roof in Margate

Our reporter Oliver Kemp went along to a sold-out gig in Margate by band-of-the-moment Squid.

'I've got Alzheimer's... I'm doomed'

25 October 2019
'I've got Alzheimer's... I'm doomed'

A charity is calling for the help of people living with dementia to support the county's medical professionals of tomorrow.

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Tourism sector 'complacent' over Brexit

23 October 2019
Tourism sector 'complacent' over Brexit

Businesses have been warned they are not doing enough to attract visitors after the UK leaves the EU.

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'We're all sick of talking about it'

19 October 2019
'We're all sick of talking about it'

Our reporter Oliver Kemp hit the streets of Dover to find out what people think about Brexit.

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What is life like in the travelling circus?

17 October 2019
What is life like in the travelling circus?

Our reporter Oliver Kemp went to discover the stories of the people behind the circus performances

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'Why do people hate one another because they're different?'

14 October 2019
'Why do people hate one another because they're different?'

A community event brings people together to tackle the problem of hate crime.

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Watch: Kent's touring car team prepare for thrilling finale

12 October 2019
Watch: Kent's touring car team prepare for thrilling finale

Kent-based Team Hard Rcaing head into the final weekend of the season at Brands Hatch with high hopes.

'Black history should be on curriculum'

11 October 2019
'Black history should be on curriculum'

The chairperson of a charity has spoken about the importance of teaching black history in schools.

'It's a tough ride on the streets'

10 October 2019
'It's a tough ride on the streets'

Meet the people being helped by a Kent homelessness charity.

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