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Patients 'anxious' after blood clinics are axed

24 November 2021
Patients 'anxious' after blood clinics are axed

Protesters holding banners marched through a town to demand the return of blood clinics at their hospital.

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Arrests after drugs and £100,000 cash are seized

23 November 2021
Arrests after drugs and £100,000 cash are seized

Two suspected drug dealers have been arrested after officers seized class A drugs and £100,000 cash from two homes.

Threatening phone call made to McDonald's

19 November 2021
Threatening phone call made to McDonald's

An investigation has been launched after a call making threats was received at a branch of McDonald's, with police having to search the restaurant.

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Jail for driver who smuggled 20kg of cocaine into county

19 November 2021
Jail for driver who smuggled 20kg of cocaine into county

Border Force staff discovered packets of shrink-wrapped cocaine - worth £1.6 million - hidden in the centre of reels of paper cord in a van.

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'Major beachside visitor destination' would 'transform' coastline

18 November 2021
'Major beachside visitor destination' would 'transform' coastline

A consultation is now open on the project to 'transform' a coastline by installing beach huts, visitor centre and cafe.

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Rally is organised after closure of blood services

18 November 2021
Rally is organised after closure of blood services

A protest will be held over the 'mounting annoyance' following the closure of blood clinics at a hospital.

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Coastguard and Border Force assist in rescue

18 November 2021
Coastguard and Border Force assist in rescue

A patient has been airlifted to hospital following a search and rescue mission off the coast this morning.

MP criticised for second job following Marcus Rashford comment

12 November 2021
MP criticised for second job following Marcus Rashford comment

A Kent MP has been criticised for comments over Marcus Rashford sticking to his day job, after it was revealed she has a second job.

Thousands spent on pizza for asylum seekers

12 November 2021
Thousands spent on pizza for asylum seekers

The Home Office has spent thousands of pounds on emergency food – including Domino's and Subway – for asylum seekers arriving in Kent.

Pub flushed with success following loo award

12 November 2021
Pub flushed with success following loo award

A Kent pub has had its toilets rated as 'platinum' by inspectors from the Loo of the Year Awards 2021.

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Council surgeries put on hold amid security concerns

11 November 2021
Council surgeries put on hold amid security concerns

A town council has cancelled face to face meetings with residents while security measures are reviewed following the murder of an MP.

Artisan Christmas market to launch in town centre

08 November 2021
Artisan Christmas market to launch in town centre

A festive programme of events which includes a new artisan market and musical performances has been revealed.

Starbucks drive-thru opens

08 November 2021
Starbucks drive-thru opens

Coffee fans can now enjoy a beverage at a new sit-in coffee shop with a drive thru after it opened at a business park.

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'Prison-like' doors put on badgers' home

08 November 2021
'Prison-like' doors put on badgers' home

Animal lovers are upset after "prison-like" doors were placed over the entrance of badgers' homes, as part of "cruel" plans to relocate the creatures.

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Patients can no longer get blood tests at hospital

05 November 2021
Patients can no longer get blood tests at hospital

Patients are upset after health bosses confirmed blood tests will no longer be held at a hospital, with GPs now taking the service back in-house.

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Club staff and police officers attacked on Halloween

05 November 2021
Club staff and police officers attacked on Halloween

An appeal has been launched after police officers were punched, kicked and headbutted on Halloween, while staff at a nightclub were also assaulted.

Historic lift to be given new lease of life

04 November 2021
Historic lift to be given new lease of life

A much-loved but broken cliff-side lift has been awarded a grant of £344,828 to help preserve it for the future.

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20 magical years of Harry Potter films

04 November 2021
20 magical years of Harry Potter films

We've rooted through the archives to see how Kent celebrated the release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 20 years ago this month.

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'The devastation of our unique strip of countryside has begun'

03 November 2021
'The devastation of our unique strip of countryside has begun'

New photos reveal the loss of vegetation at a seafront beauty spot to make way for a controversial new housing development.

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Graffiti, over-flowing bins and fly-tipped rubbish left in town

03 November 2021
Graffiti, over-flowing bins and fly-tipped rubbish left in town

Graffiti scrawled in red and reading 'No War But The Class War' has been left over a 'dirty' pile of rubbish in a town centre.

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