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'Covid hoax' graffiti appears on landmark roundabout

17 May 2021
'Covid hoax' graffiti appears on landmark roundabout

Vandals have targeted a much-loved military vehicle that sits in the centre of a busy roundabout, sparking anger among passing motorists.

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From major crimes to horsebox snacks

17 May 2021
From major crimes to horsebox snacks

A former detective has shelled out more than £8,000 to launch a horsebox-based snack business.

Toy shop extends its Quiet Hour

17 May 2021
Toy shop extends its Quiet Hour

A toy store is extending its Quiet Hour initiative to create a calmer shopping experience for customers, including those with autism.

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Is Indian Covid strain taking hold in Kent?

17 May 2021
Is Indian Covid strain taking hold in Kent?

Up to 20 cases of the Indian Covid variant have been detected in Kent in a week - with one district recording the highest number in the south east.

Man released on bail after biker dies in crash

17 May 2021
Man released on bail after biker dies in crash

A man has been released on bail after the death of a young biker who died in a crash between a car and a motorcycle.

'I fell in love with my cats simply by looking at their little faces'

17 May 2021
'I fell in love with my cats simply by looking at their little faces'

Best known as a panto funnyman, actor and comedian Lloyd Hollett shares his rescue cats' story in our weekly pets column, Me & My Pet.

'It's like starting the business all over again'

17 May 2021
'It's like starting the business all over again'

England has entered the third step in the roadmap out of lockdown and people are making the most of the new found freedoms.

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'Please don't lose faith in weddings'

17 May 2021
'Please don't lose faith in weddings'

Despite indoor venues reopening today, wedding industry insiders still fear a tough road ahead.

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School cleaner raises hundreds with fire walk

17 May 2021
School cleaner raises hundreds with fire walk

A Kent school cleaner has raised more than £300 after taking on a blazing challenge all in aid of helping vulnerable children.

'Olisa was a good friend of many'

16 May 2021
'Olisa was a good friend of many'

Pledges have poured in for a university student following his death.

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Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

15 May 2021
Armed Forces charity marks century of veteran support

We look at 100 years of support provided by the Royal British Legion, and how the charity is marking the occasion.

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Boy's random act of kindness sparks smiles

15 May 2021
Boy's random act of kindness sparks smiles

A young boy with a “heart of gold” has been praised for making a stranger’s day with a random act of kindness.

'Don't be surprised if you see my restaurant blown up'

15 May 2021
'Don't be surprised if you see my restaurant blown up'

Shocking video footage shows how a restaurant engulfed by flames after its owner drove a car into it collapsed as firefighters ran for their lives.

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The pagans pushing for marriage rule change

15 May 2021
The pagans pushing for marriage rule change

Pagan weddings are not legally recognised due to a historic rule which was used to delegitimise weddings outside of Churches - but change is coming.

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German Doner Kebab to open new store next week

14 May 2021
German Doner Kebab to open new store next week

Kebab fans will be able to tuck into food from a popular international chain from Monday when it opens a new premises in Kent.

Food bank's rent jumps from £10 to £16,000

14 May 2021
Food bank's rent jumps from £10 to £16,000

An in-demand food bank is appealing for financial aid to help cover the cost of its new - and much larger - rental costs.

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'I could see great sadness and distress'

14 May 2021
'I could see great sadness and distress'

A teenager who suffered the devastating loss of both of his parents, within a year, has seen £10,000 pour in for his unique challenge.

Boxing club's search for new home

14 May 2021
Boxing club's search for new home

A boxing club which teaches children and adults is searching for a new home after being excluded from plans for an upcoming community centre.

Baby milk shortages causing concern

14 May 2021
Baby milk shortages causing concern

Worried parents are struggling to get their hands on two particular types of infant formula milk because of a nationwide shortage.

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‘I can’t do anything now for Bill, but perhaps I can help someone else’

14 May 2021
‘I can’t do anything now for Bill, but perhaps I can help someone else’

A widow has written a variety of poems in memory of her late husband to raise money for dementia research.

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