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Striking pub mural honours wartime hero

26 June 2021
Striking pub mural honours wartime hero

A village has found a unique way of remembering an Australian pilot on the 77th anniversary of his death in a crash.

Welly wanging and egg roulette at Kent's wacky Olympics

26 June 2021
Welly wanging and egg roulette at Kent's wacky Olympics

Who needs the Tokyo Games and its track and field events when people can enjoy welly wanging and egg smashing, all rounded off with a tomato fight.

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Paedophile had 43,000 images of children

25 June 2021
Paedophile had 43,000 images of children

A 50-year-old sex offender from Kent who pictures of children and animal porn has been jailed.

'Our mental health is being affected'

25 June 2021
'Our mental health is being affected'

A council is seeking legal advice after caravans and mobile homes moved onto land next to ancient woodland.

Construction milestone for world-class dance studio

25 June 2021
Construction milestone for world-class dance studio

A multi-million pound dance facility will open next spring, with building work well underway.

'I'm a millionaire!'

25 June 2021
'I'm a millionaire!'

A Kent man is celebrating after a huge National Lottery win thanks to a Lucky Dip ticket he won via a previous draw.

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9 questions drivers don't know the answer to but could lead to a fine or ban

25 June 2021
9 questions drivers don't know the answer to but could lead to a fine or ban

Is it illegal to drive in flip flops, with headphones or with one headlight, are among questions most 'googled' by drivers. We find the answers here:

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Idea could transform homeless people's lives

25 June 2021
Idea could transform homeless people's lives

A designer is in the running to scoop £10,000 from Samsung for developing a practical product which could help homeless people get back on their feet.

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Mum can only 'wait and hope' for donor

25 June 2021
Mum can only 'wait and hope' for donor

A 44-year-old put on dialysis following kidney failure is urgently appealing for a living organ donor to come forward.

Polar Express train tickets on sale today

25 June 2021
Polar Express train tickets on sale today

Tickets go on sale today for The Polar Express Train Ride, based on the popular children's story, which is pulling into Kent this Christmas.

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Bin collections suspended for two weeks

24 June 2021
Bin collections suspended for two weeks

Recycling bin collections in part of Kent will be suspended for two weeks as a contractor struggles to recruit drivers.

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Rail company's gift to Demelza charity

24 June 2021
Rail company's gift to Demelza charity

Network Rail built a new disabled access ramp for a Kent children's hospice disrupted by its works, and donated £3,500.

WW2 pilot's nephew takes to skies in memory of hero uncle

24 June 2021
WW2 pilot's nephew takes to skies in memory of hero uncle

The nephew of a Battle of Britain pilot shot down and killed took to the skies in a Hurricane to pay tribute to his uncle during a moving memorial.

Drivers hit out at new £100 pay-at-pump fee

24 June 2021
Drivers hit out at new £100 pay-at-pump fee

The way we pay for petrol at the pumps is changing but it's leaving some drivers frustrated.

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Four prime homes to be demolished for new complex

24 June 2021
Four prime homes to be demolished for new complex

Large houses are to be flattened to make way for a luxury 50-home retirement complex which is set to launch next year.

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How much would it cost to go to Hogwarts in real life?

24 June 2021
How much would it cost to go to Hogwarts in real life?

Ahead of tonight's Harry Potter Book Night, and with London's new magical exhibition weeks away, we dive into J.K. Rowling's wizarding world.

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‘I came home to find my drive had been dug up’

24 June 2021
‘I came home to find my drive had been dug up’

A carer is furious after he came home from a day out to find workmen had dug up his front garden, meaning he could barely get through the door.

King of the carps: The story of Kent's 'celebrity' fish

24 June 2021
King of the carps: The story of Kent's 'celebrity' fish

A look back at the life of the huge 'one-off' fish which captured the imagination of anglers worldwide.

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UFO's, aliens and one man's battle for the truth

24 June 2021
UFO's, aliens and one man's battle for the truth

It's World UFO Day and one author sets his experience of going on a hunt for the truth in Kent against other unexplained incidents.

John Lewis expands furniture rental service

23 June 2021
John Lewis expands furniture rental service

After its first collection was snapped up in 48 hours, John Lewis will expand its furniture rental service next month.

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