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Zero-emission bus service to launch

02 November 2021
Zero-emission bus service to launch

A new zero emission, electric bus service is launching, thanks to a multi-million pound grant.

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Friends tour all 43 Martello Towers

29 October 2021
Friends tour all 43 Martello Towers

Two friends spent eight days visiting every Martello Tower in the county and beyond, some which have found a new lease of life.

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Inquest opens into death of teen hit by car

29 October 2021
Inquest opens into death of teen hit by car

An inquest has been opened into the death of a 13-year-old who died after being hit by a car.

Future of 'vital' town sprucer project at risk

27 October 2021
Future of 'vital' town sprucer project at risk

Two 'vital' community projects - including one which keeps a town tidy - are at risk of closing if a new leader is not found.

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'Mya remains loved and in our hearts forever'

27 October 2021
'Mya remains loved and in our hearts forever'

The family of a teenager who died after being hit by a car have paid tribute to their "bright, beautiful daughter" with a "strong will".

Protest at site of controversial housing scheme

25 October 2021
Protest at site of controversial housing scheme

Campaigners are staging a protest after more work to clear a beauty spot started to make way for a divisive seafront housing project.

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Disappointment after water firm take five weeks to fix leak

22 October 2021
Disappointment after water firm take five weeks to fix leak

A man said he was let down by Southern Water after they kept cancelling appointments to fix a leaking meter.

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Photographer receives apology and damages over unlawful arrest

22 October 2021
Photographer receives apology and damages over unlawful arrest

A man has received an apology from Kent Police after he was unlawfully arrested, held and fined for carrying out his work as a photographer.

Drone's engines shut down in error as it came to land

21 October 2021
Drone's engines shut down in error as it came to land

An investigation was launched after a drone's engines shut down as it was coming into land at a Kent airport, requiring it to be landed manually.

'There are so few ways for these vulnerable adults to socialise'

21 October 2021
'There are so few ways for these vulnerable adults to socialise'

A support worker has organised a monthly disco for adults with learning disabilities and is hoping as many people attend as possible.

'This significant lapse should never have happened'

20 October 2021
'This significant lapse should never have happened'

The owner of Kent's nuclear power station has been served with enforcement action following a 'significant lapse' in safety.

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Memorial proposal for Captain Sir Tom falls through

20 October 2021
Memorial proposal for Captain Sir Tom falls through

A bid to name a town's subway after Prince Philip has emerged, after the previous plan to honour Captain Sir Tom Moore fell through.

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Actor Jude Law spotted on seafront

19 October 2021
Actor Jude Law spotted on seafront

Hollywood actor Jude Law visited the seaside today to greet a puppet representing a child refugee as she took her first steps in the UK.

£2m asking price for penthouse apartment

19 October 2021
£2m asking price for penthouse apartment

A three-bedroom luxury apartment with sea views, underfloor heating and a sun terrace is now on the market for nearly £2 million.

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Public inquiry over divisive seafront development starts

19 October 2021
Public inquiry over divisive seafront development starts

A four-day hearing looking into the stopping up of a coastal road to make way for a new housing scheme will start today.

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Poundland to move into empty M&S store

18 October 2021
Poundland to move into empty M&S store

A discount chain has confirmed it will be moving into a large empty shop, after M&S left more than two years ago.

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Court battle to cut down trees full of bats

18 October 2021
Court battle to cut down trees full of bats

The Environment Agency is seeking a warrant in order to gain access to woodland to fell trees full of bats.

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Legal action over missed garden collections

16 October 2021
Legal action over missed garden collections

A council owes nearly £150,000 to subscribers over missed bin collections, as it emerges one resident is taking legal action against the authority.

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How to vote in the Cute Kids Competition

15 October 2021
How to vote in the Cute Kids Competition

It is almost time to vote in our annual Cute Kids Competition, with entries included in next week's paper.

Redundant underground tunnels to be filled in

15 October 2021
Redundant underground tunnels to be filled in

Plans have emerged to fill in underground tunnels and steam pits at a former power plant, which is now being decommissioned.

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