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Carer swiped thousands from dementia couple's bank account

19 June 2021
Carer swiped thousands from dementia couple's bank account

A 29-year-old mum has pleaded guilty after £12,000 was stolen from the bank account of a vulnerable couple she was caring for.

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'I'm desperate, I don't want to die'

18 June 2021
'I'm desperate, I don't want to die'

A grandmother suffering with a serious condition which is poisoning her body has turned to the public to raise money for life-saving treatment.

'People think men don’t get breast cancer, but we do’

18 June 2021
'People think men don’t get breast cancer, but we do’

A Kent dad who has battled an unusual cancer three times is urging chaps to check their chests for symptoms.

Flypast to honour killed Battle of Britain pilot

18 June 2021
Flypast to honour killed Battle of Britain pilot

The famous rumble of a Hurricane engine will fill the sky in honour of a pilot who was shot down and killed during the Battle of Britain.

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Footprints of last dinosaurs to walk the UK found in Kent

18 June 2021
Footprints of last dinosaurs to walk the UK found in Kent

The footprints of the last dinosaurs ever to walk on UK soil have been found in Kent.

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Psychic ferret predicts shock result for England game

18 June 2021
Psychic ferret predicts shock result for England game

A two-year-old ferret at an RSPCA centre in Kent has made a shock prediction ahead of England's group stage game against Scotland.

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'Her dog killed my cat and bit me - but she just walked away'

18 June 2021
'Her dog killed my cat and bit me - but she just walked away'

A dad has told how he pulled his family's beloved cat from the jaws of a dog that wandered onto his driveway - before its walker left the scene.

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'Hero caught me as a baby as I fell from third floor window'

18 June 2021
'Hero caught me as a baby as I fell from third floor window'

A woman has laid flowers at the grave of the man who saved her life 54 years ago.

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Homes on 'Millionaires' Row' estate almost complete

18 June 2021
Homes on 'Millionaires' Row' estate almost complete

Construction work on a countryside housing estate is nearing completion, with one of the homes on the market for £1.4 million.

Mass walk-in jab centres to open

17 June 2021
Mass walk-in jab centres to open

Over-18s will have the chance to get a walk-in Covid jab this weekend when two mass vaccination centres open.

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MP demands change to protect cliff-top homes

17 June 2021
MP demands change to protect cliff-top homes

An MP has called on the government to scrap a designation that prevents anti-erosion measures being put along a crumbling cliff.

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'Can I have a P please Bob?'

17 June 2021
'Can I have a P please Bob?'

We take a look back at legendary 1980s' quiz show Blockbusters, presented by former Kent schoolboy Bob Holness.

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Bodies to get digital autopsies when new facility opens

16 June 2021
Bodies to get digital autopsies when new facility opens

Kent residents who have lost their lives will be inspected with more "dignity" as a modernised digital autopsy facility is created in the county.

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Dog walkers and swimmers could face £100 fines at lake

16 June 2021
Dog walkers and swimmers could face £100 fines at lake

A new council-imposed order means a range of activities will now be banned or restricted at a popular lake.

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Card payments down at supermarket

16 June 2021
Card payments down at supermarket

Customers faced problems paying by card at Sainsbury's supermarkets this lunchtime. More details here:

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Tributes pour in for ‘best Mayor’

16 June 2021
Tributes pour in for ‘best Mayor’

Tributes have poured in for a former councillor, whose year as Mayor has been remembered as being filled with fun, after she died suddenly.

Glass milk bottles return to supermarket

16 June 2021
Glass milk bottles return to supermarket

Milk in glass bottles is returning to a supermarket's shelves - but a pint could cost you almost double.

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'Anyone would think I had built the Taj Mahal, not a treehouse'

16 June 2021
'Anyone would think I had built the Taj Mahal, not a treehouse'

A grandad who was handed a fine and given a court order to take down a treehouse he built in his garden has accused a council of overreacting.

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'My brother was excited for trip – he now needs 24/7 care'

16 June 2021
'My brother was excited for trip – he now needs 24/7 care'

The family of a teenager left severely brain-damaged after a brutal gang attack have told of the heartbreaking impact on his and their lives.

Sophie's web: From Kent student to Queen's confidante

16 June 2021
Sophie's web: From Kent student to Queen's confidante

The remarkable tale of how the Countess of Wessex went from college in Kent to being one of the Queen's favourite family members.

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