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'This is working class food that hasn't forgotten its roots'

27 January 2022
'This is working class food that hasn't forgotten its roots'

We dispatch our reviewer to experience the unique taste of pie, mash and liquor for the very first time.

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Brewery rethinks plan for homes behind pub

25 January 2022
Brewery rethinks plan for homes behind pub

A parcel of open space in a village could be donated to the parish council after a brewer met with locals to discuss housebuilding plans.

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Victory for opponents of cycle lanes

25 January 2022
Victory for opponents of cycle lanes

Plans for new cycling infrastructure - which traders warned would put them out of business - have been dropped following a lengthy campaign.

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'He couldn't sit still for five minutes'

25 January 2022
'He couldn't sit still for five minutes'

A passionate campaigner for an iconic war memorial who was honoured by the Queen for services to his adopted home town has died aged 75.

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Pupils sent home after school power cut

24 January 2022
Pupils sent home after school power cut

Engineers have been at a school this afternoon trying to restore power after an outage forced students to leave early.

Councillors to consider truck stop plans

24 January 2022
Councillors to consider truck stop plans

A proposal for a 115-space lorry park and an expanded business centre are to go before a planning committee.

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Pie and mash shop to open this week

18 January 2022
Pie and mash shop to open this week

A family-run pie and mash shop serving traditional London delicacies will welcome its first customers through the doors this week.

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Plans for 375 homes 'will overload road system'

17 January 2022
Plans for 375 homes 'will overload road system'

Objections have been raised against a 375-home scheme - despite developers scaling it back once already.

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Profits surge for firm behind controversial asylum accommodation

16 January 2022
Profits surge for firm behind controversial asylum accommodation

A contractor which operates Napier Barracks has paid a £7m dividend after securing Home Office contracts worth £1bn.

Rugby club seeks to solve 'ridiculous' parking issue

16 January 2022
Rugby club seeks to solve 'ridiculous' parking issue

A rugby club is seeking permission to increase car parking capacity to allow it to stage bigger events in future.

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'Resume Eurostar services as soon as possible'

15 January 2022
'Resume Eurostar services as soon as possible'

A candidate vying to represent Kent in the French parliament is calling on Eurostar to restore direct links between the county and the continent.

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Three charged after £2k shoplifting spree

14 January 2022
Three charged after £2k shoplifting spree

Three have appeared in court accused of carrying out a spate of thefts from shops and petrol stations.

Man dies attempting to cross Channel

14 January 2022
Man dies attempting to cross Channel

A passenger believed to be attempting to reach the UK in a small boat has died after French authorities pulled him from the waters of the Channel.

Children rescued from Channel

13 January 2022
Children rescued from Channel

The coastguard had to deploy an aeroplane above the English Channel during a search and rescue operation alongside the lifeboat.

Rail services suspended after train derails

13 January 2022
Rail services suspended after train derails

A replacement bus service was being used after the derailment of a freight train caused disruption to passenger services.

Nurse retires after 44 years in the community

12 January 2022
Nurse retires after 44 years in the community

A hospice nurse who fell into the profession while 'loafing around' after leaving school has been praised for years of caring and compassion.

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'LFTs can keep port moving'

12 January 2022
'LFTs can keep port moving'

Bosses at the Port of Dover are asking for access to daily Covid testing for key workers announced by the Prime Minister.

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Refugee charity to receive human rights award

11 January 2022
Refugee charity to receive human rights award

An organisation which helps support young refugees and asylum seekers as they settle in the county is to be honoured next month.

Tributes to driver killed after car hit tree

11 January 2022
Tributes to driver killed after car hit tree

Flowers and candles have been left at the spot where a 34-year-old motorist was killed when his car left the road and struck a tree.

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Gym to open at shopping centre

11 January 2022
Gym to open at shopping centre

A low-cost fitness chain is to open its first branch in Kent later this year.

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