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'Indiana Jones of videogaming' uncovers decades of lost projects

09 January 2021
'Indiana Jones of videogaming' uncovers decades of lost projects

A video game enthusiast-turned historian has sold thousands of copies of his book revealing the games that never made it into stores.

GCSE and A-level exams have been scrapped - is the Kent Test next?

08 January 2021
GCSE and A-level exams have been scrapped - is the Kent Test next?

Calls to cancel the 11 Plus are growing as schools close once again for the third national coronavirus lockdown.

The seaside town leading a football revolution

08 January 2021
The seaside town leading a football revolution

There's a football revolution afoot in Kent - and the coach behind it says this is only the beginning.

'Doomscrolling' and seasonal blues - why lockdown 3 is toughest yet

06 January 2021
'Doomscrolling' and seasonal blues - why lockdown 3 is toughest yet

The harsh winter weather looks to make the third lockdown the most difficult we've had to endure.

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'You're finished' - Telegraph columnist threatens to sue Kent-based scientist

04 January 2021
'You're finished' - Telegraph columnist threatens to sue Kent-based scientist

People are rallying round a scientist after a prominent newspaper columnist threatened to sue him for 'defamatory' tweets.

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Virtual high street's success after going digital during pandemic

04 January 2021
Virtual high street's success after going digital during pandemic

As shops are forced to remain closed under Tier 4 restrictions, a Thanet mum has launched a virtual high street to support local traders.

'We're all repulsed by it, it's disgusting'

03 January 2021
'We're all repulsed by it, it's disgusting'

Residents have had enough of fly-tipping and mess in their streets, after roads were piled up with rubbish following Christmas day.

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'We're the sacrificial lamb for the second time'

01 January 2021
'We're the sacrificial lamb for the second time'

Fishing rights were a sticking point in Brexit negotiations - and on the day the deal with the EU comes into force, industry reps feel betrayed.

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Kent's best Instagram photos of 2020

25 December 2020
Kent's best Instagram photos of 2020

As the year draws to a close we spotlight the most beautiful photographs taken of our beloved county.

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'My heart will always have a place for Kent people'

23 December 2020
'My heart will always have a place for Kent people'

Three refugees reveal their harrowing journeys to seek asylum in the UK - and the comfort they found in the people of Kent.

'Christmas was our light at the end of the tunnel'

21 December 2020
'Christmas was our light at the end of the tunnel'

The decision to cancel Christmas in Kent due to the coronavirus pandemic has left thousands of families heartbroken.

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'One trip is taking nearly three days'

18 December 2020
'One trip is taking nearly three days'

Increasing delays around Dover spell financial trouble for hauliers going to Europe - and the traffic is even worse getting into Kent.

'Don't blame lorry drivers, blame the government'

16 December 2020
'Don't blame lorry drivers, blame the government'

From late-night noise to parking in and using lay-bys as loos, residents are fed up with HGV drivers - but is it their fault?

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Will MPs demand Boris Johnson's resignation in wake of no-deal?

14 December 2020
Will MPs demand Boris Johnson's resignation in wake of no-deal?

After a Kent MP said the Prime Minister should resign if he cannot secure a deal with the EU, will more follow in his footsteps?

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'Queue-skipping lorries creating noise nightmare are keeping my kids up'

14 December 2020
'Queue-skipping lorries creating noise nightmare are keeping my kids up'

Night-time beeping and 104 bottles of urine - life next to the A20 lorry queue is not all that pleasant for a young family.

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Kent's looming Brexit nightmare

12 December 2020
Kent's looming Brexit nightmare

From supply chain chaos to breakdowns galore, we look at the impact of congested roads on Kent's businesses after the UK leaves the EU.

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'Food poverty could triple this Christmas'

11 December 2020
'Food poverty could triple this Christmas'

A food charity is bracing for a surge in demand in the run up to the festive period, as families continue to struggle from the effects of Covid-19.

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Drive-in cinema and theatre plan for historic building

10 December 2020
Drive-in cinema and theatre plan for historic building

The towering shell of an historic structure could be repurposed as an open-air drive-in cinema and performance space in 2021.

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'Fishermen are the last of the hunters'

09 December 2020
'Fishermen are the last of the hunters'

A career skipper believes taking back UK waters could transform the fishing industry, as the UK and EU continue to grapple with the Brexit transition.

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Mass flu vaccines planned for school children before Christmas

08 December 2020
Mass flu vaccines planned for school children before Christmas

Thousands of children will be given flu vaccines after missing out earlier in the year due to school bubbles having to isolate from coronavirus.

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