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First NetWalking gathering is a hike on White Cliffs

12 August 2021
First NetWalking gathering is a hike on White Cliffs

B&B owners, tour guides, photographers and restaurateurs met for a unique networking hike at a beauty spot.

Pupils celebrate GCSE results

12 August 2021
Pupils celebrate GCSE results

Students aged 16 have received their GCSE grades and many have succeeded despite a second academic year disrupted by coronavirus.

'Home Guard' asylum seeker tweet mocked by Dad's Army fans

11 August 2021
'Home Guard' asylum seeker tweet mocked by Dad's Army fans

A councillor who suggested a 'Home Guard' should be used to deal with asylum seekers landing in Kent has spoken out after a barrage of criticism.

Villagers fundraise for 12-year-old's cannabis medication

11 August 2021
Villagers fundraise for 12-year-old's cannabis medication

Cannabis medication can be bought for a severely epileptic 12-year-old girl thanks to her village's support.

Feast your eyes on this festival

11 August 2021
Feast your eyes on this festival

A three-day festival will feature street foods, craft beers, live music and, on its final day, a bike show.

Divers explore 342-year-old warship

10 August 2021
Divers explore 342-year-old warship

Divers have examined a 17th-century naval vessel, from the time of Charles II, that sank in a major storm off Kent.

Sixth formers' A level successes

10 August 2021
Sixth formers' A level successes

Teenagers have enjoyed high grades this summer despite the unprecedented disruption to their studies caused by the pandemic.

Last chance to enter Clifftop Challenge running festival

10 August 2021
Last chance to enter Clifftop Challenge running festival

Plans are pacing forward to bring back a popular running challenge for Breast Cancer Now.

Town's sustainable planting will cut carbon

09 August 2021
Town's sustainable planting will cut carbon

A sustainable planting experiment has paid off, cultivating bright blooms while saving public money.

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Artist mends broken heart by painting lockdown puppy

09 August 2021
Artist mends broken heart by painting lockdown puppy

You've heard of dog therapy and healing through art - this woman combined the two to dull her heartache.

Every Wetherspoon pub in Kent and what was there before

07 August 2021
Every Wetherspoon pub in Kent and what was there before

From former opera houses, to police stations to car showrooms - each of the county's 23 Wetherspoon pubs has a fascinating history behind it.

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Another council suspends garden waste collections

06 August 2021
Another council suspends garden waste collections

Driver shortages have forced another council to suspend garden waste collections as focus is put on household waste and recycling.

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1,000 new homes planned near country park

06 August 2021
1,000 new homes planned near country park

Proposals have been revealed for a large housing development near a Kent country park.

Calls for more safe routes as Channel crossings spiral

06 August 2021
Calls for more safe routes as Channel crossings spiral

Charities have hit out at the government as the number of asylum seekers crossing in small boats passes 10,000 this year.

Insta appeal as Deal Museum opens after lockdown

05 August 2021
Insta appeal as Deal Museum opens after lockdown

A maritime museum boasts lots of new attractions after it opened for the first time since Covid.

Almost 500 asylum seekers make crossing during record day

05 August 2021
Almost 500 asylum seekers make crossing during record day

Almost 500 people in small boats reached the UK yesterday while authorities in France stop another 246 people from reaching Kent.

Panto players give benefit gig for troubled theatre

05 August 2021
Panto players give benefit gig for troubled theatre

The theatre has struggled through Covid so a variety performance with panto favourites is planned.

Poundland looks set to move to empty M&S

04 August 2021
Poundland looks set to move to empty M&S

Poundland is tipped to be moving into a vacant M&S - but will it leave two giant voids in a High Street?

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Downpours didn't dampen festival spirit

03 August 2021
Downpours didn't dampen festival spirit

Heavy rain couldn't stop the music and dancing at a one day festival in aid of Martha Trust.

Teenagers arrested after attack

02 August 2021
Teenagers arrested after attack

Four boys, aged 16 and 17, have been arrested after a teenager was knocked to the floor and beaten.

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