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Young carers given chance to be children again

07 August 2019
Young carers given chance to be children again

Two charities have joined forces to offer the county's young carers a day away from their responsibilities.

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Dreamland’s rollercoaster history is full of peaks and troughs

02 August 2019
Dreamland’s rollercoaster history is full of peaks and troughs

Kent's historic theme park has been through a lot in its 99-year history.

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‘You blur lines by allowing Bansky to be protected’

30 July 2019
‘You blur lines by allowing Bansky to be protected’

A former graffiti artist says councils offering legal spaces to spray paint would stop tagging in city centres.

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‘The new prime minister has a huge responsibility first to bring people together’

25 July 2019
‘The new prime minister has a huge responsibility first to bring people together’

Gillingham mosque’s leader says Boris Johnson has the difficult task of uniting the country as Islamophobia increases.

Thousands of unwanted cherries saved by volunteers

22 July 2019
Thousands of unwanted cherries saved by volunteers

A farmer’s cherry crop has been saved from being wasted and donated to local food charities.

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Holiday hunger hits Kent food banks

22 July 2019
Holiday hunger hits Kent food banks

Food charities and food banks in Kent are struggling to meet demands to feed children through the summer holidays

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‘If they want to come for a better life, they have every right to do so’

17 July 2019
‘If they want to come for a better life, they have every right to do so’

A project in Dover is working to integrate migrants in the community despite increased hostility.

‘When you’re on your own, you become invisible’

16 July 2019
‘When you’re on your own, you become invisible’

A charity is responding to loneliness in elderly people by bringing them together through 12 week programmes.

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'It's a good way to show we're people'

15 July 2019
'It's a good way to show we're people'

An exhibition featuring photos of homeless people has gone on display in a bid to challenge perceptions.

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Prisoners help tackle food poverty

08 July 2019
Prisoners help tackle food poverty

Inmates are helping to sort and distribute food donated by supermakets so it gets to those most in need.

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Archbishop of Canterbury calls out 'savage' social media comments

01 July 2019
Archbishop of Canterbury calls out 'savage' social media comments

The Archbishop of Canterbury has described many social media comments as "poison" in a discussion of new digital guidelines set out by the Church.

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What is being done to support Kent's veterans in need?

24 June 2019
What is being done to support Kent's veterans in need?

A report has branded the universal credit system 'harsh and confusing' for veterans - the KM Community podcast found out what is being done.

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