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From market trader to restaurateur

19 April 2022
From market trader to restaurateur

A woman who ran a market stall with her partner selling traditional Polish dishes for four years has now opened her dream bistro in a town centre.

Murder probe launched after man 'fell from height'

16 April 2022
Murder probe launched after man 'fell from height'

A murder investigation has been launched and four people arrested after a man died after reportedly falling from a height.

Detained P&O ship fails second inspection

13 April 2022
Detained P&O ship fails second inspection

P&O's Pride of Kent - which previously failed a safety inspection - has now failed another inspection by the coastguard.

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P&O ship to be inspected for safety

11 April 2022
P&O ship to be inspected for safety

The coastguard has confirmed it is carrying out a safety inspection on one of P&O's suspended ships.

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Dance festival to return to airport

08 April 2022
Dance festival to return to airport

A dance festival, which previously saw big top tents and stages overtake an airport, will return this month, with thousands expected to attend.

Nurse who cared for 50,000 patients retires after 45 years

07 April 2022
Nurse who cared for 50,000 patients retires after 45 years

A nurse who has spent 45 years helping to look after people will finally hang up her uniform at the end of this month.

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Renovated maritime landmark set to reopen

07 April 2022
Renovated maritime landmark set to reopen

An historic visitor attraction is set to open again to visitors following an £80,000 restoration project.

'We will not tolerate another weekend of gridlock'

07 April 2022
'We will not tolerate another weekend of gridlock'

A council leader has warned he will not hesitate to declare a major incident this weekend if the ongoing traffic chaos is not fixed.

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P&O hopes to start sailing from next week

06 April 2022
P&O hopes to start sailing from next week

P&O hopes to start sailing from Kent by next week, as traffic chaos reaches its sixth day in the county.

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Suspected thief found asleep in a shed

06 April 2022
Suspected thief found asleep in a shed

A man who was found asleep in a shed near a number of suspected stolen items has been arrested on suspicion of burglary.

Two more Taco Bells set for Kent

04 April 2022
Two more Taco Bells set for Kent

Two new Mexican-themed Taco Bell restaurants are due to open in Kent.

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Businessman dumped rubbish from house clearances

04 April 2022
Businessman dumped rubbish from house clearances

A businessman who dumped rubbish from house clearances is one of two fly-tippers who has been prosecuted in court.

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Long-awaited Kent Mining Museum finally opens

02 April 2022
Long-awaited Kent Mining Museum finally opens

A new £1.7m museum honouring the county's mining heritage opens today for the first time, years after it was first proposed.

'Significant' safety improvements made at power plant

01 April 2022
'Significant' safety improvements made at power plant

'Significant and sustained' safety improvements have been made at a Kent power station, the Office for Nuclear Regulation has announced.

Criminal investigation launched against P&O

01 April 2022
Criminal investigation launched against P&O

A formal criminal and civil investigation has been launched following the mass sacking of 800 P&O workers.

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P&O workers still waiting for some belongings to be returned

31 March 2022
P&O workers still waiting for some belongings to be returned

Ex-P&O staff are still waiting for some of their personal items to be returned - two weeks after they were sacked with no warning.

Man suffers head injury in town centre attack

31 March 2022
Man suffers head injury in town centre attack

A man suffered a head injury in a town centre attack, with police now looking for witnesses.

Rare birds move to historic castle

30 March 2022
Rare birds move to historic castle

Red-billed choughs - once extinct in Kent - have found a new home as part of a project to secure the future of the species.

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'P&O are acting like pirates of the high sea'

30 March 2022
'P&O are acting like pirates of the high sea'

The government has revealed new commitments to protect seafarers after 800 P&O workers were sacked - but union bosses are calling for more.

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Plans to transform historic Citadel

19 March 2022
Plans to transform historic Citadel

Ambitious plans have been drawn up to overhaul part of an historic Citadel, with artisan businesses destined to move in.

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