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Calls for public inquiry over seafront development

18 June 2021
Calls for public inquiry over seafront development

A petition is calling for a public inquiry looking into the stopping up of a coastal road to make way for a new housing development.

Flood warnings in place

18 June 2021
Flood warnings in place

Flood alerts have been issued for across the county as more heavy fall is expected today.

'Poorly driven' Porsche is seized by police

18 June 2021
'Poorly driven' Porsche is seized by police

A man was arrested after police were called to reports a Porsche was being 'poorly driven' along a seafront.

Homes and businesses mop up after being hit by floods

17 June 2021
Homes and businesses mop up after being hit by floods

People are dealing with the aftermath of severe town centre flooding last night, which saw rain water enter homes and businesses.

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Flash floods in town centre as storm strikes

17 June 2021
Flash floods in town centre as storm strikes

A town centre was hit by bad flooding overnight following thunderstorms and rain, prompting two call-outs for the fire service.

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'Can I have a P please Bob?'

17 June 2021
'Can I have a P please Bob?'

We take a look back at legendary 1980s' quiz show Blockbusters, presented by former Kent schoolboy Bob Holness.

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Aldi's plan for 16 more stores in Kent

16 June 2021
Aldi's plan for 16 more stores in Kent

Supermarket giant Aldi is on the lookout for 16 new locations in towns across Kent to meet demand from new customers.

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People 'unlawfully restrained' and locked out of kitchen at care home

16 June 2021
People 'unlawfully restrained' and locked out of kitchen at care home

Two care homes have been rated inadequate after people were unlawfully restrained, given no access to toilet paper and locked out of a kitchen.

JLS star plays his music to cows on Kent farm

16 June 2021
JLS star plays his music to cows on Kent farm

A former boyband member turned Kent farmer admits he blasts his music to his animals to see if they approve.

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'It is like they have taken my legs'

15 June 2021
'It is like they have taken my legs'

A mum says she has been left housebound after her 'lifeline' mobility scooter was stolen from outside her home.

Hundreds visit new fruit and veg stall

14 June 2021
Hundreds visit new fruit and veg stall

Hundreds of people visited a new fruit and vegetable stall which has opened at a train station.

Car gets stuck in the sea

14 June 2021
Car gets stuck in the sea

Police are at the beach after a car appears to have got stuck on the shingle.

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Dog left 'trembling and shaking' after eating mouldy sausage

10 June 2021
Dog left 'trembling and shaking' after eating mouldy sausage

A beloved pet nearly died after eating a mouldy sausage which had been thrown into her garden, sparking a warning from a vet.

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Plan to restore historic lift one step closer to reality

10 June 2021
Plan to restore historic lift one step closer to reality

An historic but broken cliff side lift could be brought back to life after an application for essential funding was submitted.

Extinction Rebellion to gather ahead of G7 summit

10 June 2021
Extinction Rebellion to gather ahead of G7 summit

Members of Extinction Rebellion will come together in Kent today to "remind our government and world leaders at the G7 that climate crisis is urgent".

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Loss of Dungeness B 'will have no bearing on energy supplies'

08 June 2021
Loss of Dungeness B 'will have no bearing on energy supplies'

The government has confirmed the start of the defuelling phase at a Kent power station "will have no bearing on Britain’s energy supplies".

Photographed beach boat is gutted by fire

08 June 2021
Photographed beach boat is gutted by fire

People are upset after a picturesque boat on the beach which has been photographed hundreds of times, was destroyed by fire.

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Plans to turn secret war building into artist's lodge

08 June 2021
Plans to turn secret war building into artist's lodge

A former, covert pump station used during the war to send fuel to the allied forces could be converted into an artist's studio and gallery.

Tenant ordered to leave flat over 'drug dealing and threatening behaviour'

08 June 2021
Tenant ordered to leave flat over 'drug dealing and threatening behaviour'

A man has been forced to leave his flat following a spate of anti social behaviour which left his neighbours living in fear.

Power station to move into defuelling phase with immediate effect

07 June 2021
Power station to move into defuelling phase with immediate effect

EDF has taken the decision not to restart the Dungeness B nuclear power station, but to move it into the defuelling stage right away.

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