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‘EON just told me to order a takeaway’

17 December 2022
‘EON just told me to order a takeaway’

A mum unable to cook after being left without heating or hot water says she was told by her energy supplier to order a takeaway.

'Reckless yobs could have caused a massive accident'

17 December 2022
'Reckless yobs could have caused a massive accident'

A company boss says staff were left shaken after frozen mud was thrown from a bridge, smashing their van's windscreen and damaging several other cars.

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School preps pupils for armed intruders and chemical attacks

14 December 2022
School preps pupils for armed intruders and chemical attacks

Schoolchildren have been practising barricading doors and hiding under desks as part of drills to prepare for armed intruders and chemical attacks.

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Bear cub rejected by family given new home in time for Christmas

13 December 2022
Bear cub rejected by family given new home in time for Christmas

A baby bear rejected by its family at a Kent zoo has found a new home elsewhere in the county just in time for Christmas.

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‘All we have left is a vape shop, takeaway and post office’

13 December 2022
‘All we have left is a vape shop, takeaway and post office’

Plans to transform one of the last-remaining businesses in a village high street will make the area irreversibly "poorer”, residents fear.

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Kent’s rarest bumblebee given hope for survival

13 December 2022
Kent’s rarest bumblebee given hope for survival

Hope for the survival of Kent’s rarest bumblebee has been boosted after conservation efforts proved successful.

Grieving daughter given parking fine during dad's wake

07 December 2022
Grieving daughter given parking fine during dad's wake

A woman was shocked to discover she had been issued a parking fine by the hotel where she hosted her father’s wake.

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Inside the derelict department store taken over by squatters

06 December 2022
Inside the derelict department store taken over by squatters

The vandalism inside a long-empty department store has been revealed - as the door to the shop has been forced open again.

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Bid to turn troubled pub into shop 'will spark traffic chaos'

06 December 2022
Bid to turn troubled pub into shop 'will spark traffic chaos'

Residents fear a bid to breathe new life into an old pub will spark more "traffic chaos" along a busy Kent route.

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School's pitch bid sparks noise and light fears

04 December 2022
School's pitch bid sparks noise and light fears

Neighbours say they are worried their homes will be invaded with loud noise and bright lights if plans for a new school pitch are allowed to go ahead.

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'I fled torture after refusing to be suicide bomber - I won't kill'

04 December 2022
'I fled torture after refusing to be suicide bomber - I won't kill'

A man has told of his harrowing escape from Iraq to the UK after being tortured for months for refusing to be a suicide bomber.

Cladding at uni flats to be replaced over fire risk

03 December 2022
Cladding at uni flats to be replaced over fire risk

University bosses are having to fork out thousands to replace cladding on an accommodation block where a fire broke out last year.

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'I've lost two-thirds of my bodyweight - now I can fit on a rollercoaster'

01 December 2022
'I've lost two-thirds of my bodyweight - now I can fit on a rollercoaster'

A former chef who vowed to transform his life after receiving a diabetes diagnosis at 29st has lost almost two-thirds of his bodyweight.

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Huge queue stretches down high street as restaurant opens

30 November 2022
Huge queue stretches down high street as restaurant opens

Mexican restaurant Tortilla drew huge queues as they celebrated the opening of their newest branch with free burritos and a mariachi band.

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'Traffic chaos' as route closed for emergency work

29 November 2022
'Traffic chaos' as route closed for emergency work

Motorists are being forced to endure delays of more than an hour after a vital route was shut.

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'We were digging for drainage when we found wartime explosives'

29 November 2022
'We were digging for drainage when we found wartime explosives'

A man renovating a home has spoken of the moment he uncovered suspected artillery, sparking a response from police and bomb disposal experts.

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E-fits released after man stamped on in robbery bid

28 November 2022
E-fits released after man stamped on in robbery bid

Police have issued e-fits after a man suffered serious face injuries when he was knocked to the ground, kicked and stamped on in an attempted robbery.

Cat's eyeball burst in 'worst case of neglect for a decade'

28 November 2022
Cat's eyeball burst in 'worst case of neglect for a decade'

A neglected cat who lost an eye after her former owners failed to take her to the vet is looking for a new home.

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Toy shop donates a pallet of presents to kmfm’s Christmas campaign

28 November 2022
Toy shop donates a pallet of presents to kmfm’s Christmas campaign

A toy firm that was started in a Kent shed has donated a huge haul of gifts to bring joy to vulnerable children this Christmas.

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Green light for 'major refurbishment' of empty pub

27 November 2022
Green light for 'major refurbishment' of empty pub

Hopes a 300-year-old pub could soon reopen have been boosted after plans to breathe new life into the derelict building were given the go-ahead.

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