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Kent's most famous UFO sightings

11 August 2020
Kent's most famous UFO sightings

The latest government figures revel Kent is a key destination for mysterious sightings, so we decided to look back at our strangest reports.

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Children in Kent abused 62 times every week

10 August 2020
Children in Kent abused 62 times every week

The NSPCC is calling for urgent action as child sex offences have more than doubled since 2015 and lockdown is leaving victims trapped with abusers.

Almost 200 pupils excluded for racist abuse

09 August 2020
Almost 200 pupils excluded for racist abuse

As exclusions rise across the country, Kent saw more pupils excluded this year for race related bullying.

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Gangs of sheep rustlers hit Kent's farmers hard

04 August 2020
Gangs of sheep rustlers hit Kent's farmers hard

Kent is the fifth worst county for rural crime, with organised gangs of sheep rustlers and tractor thieves costing farmers thousands.

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Dozens of mental health patients sent away for treatment

01 August 2020
Dozens of mental health patients sent away for treatment

Mental health patients are taken out of their local area for treatment despite government commitments to ending inappropriate placements.

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What would you treat yourself to with £1K?

01 August 2020
What would you treat yourself to with £1K?

Enter our cash prize draw and so you can treat yourself to a nice holiday or maybe an extravagant meal over the summer.

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Kent adults among most overweight in England

29 July 2020
Kent adults among most overweight in England

Public Health England figures reveal most adults in the county are overweight or obese while the government release their new obesity strategy.

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Kent's most polluted roads revealed

29 July 2020
Kent's most polluted roads revealed

The most polluted areas of Kent have been revealed - but it's not all bad news.

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The best and cheapest staycations in Kent

29 July 2020
The best and cheapest staycations in Kent

As the majority of holidaymakers opt to stay closer to home this summer, we've taken a look at the best and cheapest staycation options.

Drink driving crashes kill 21 in three years

28 July 2020
Drink driving crashes kill 21 in three years

Drink driving crashes have killed 21 and injured more than 1,000 people on the county's roads in three years.

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More BAME people know someone with coronavirus

28 July 2020
More BAME people know someone with coronavirus

People from BAME groups are more likely to know someone who had Covid-19, a new report has revealed.

A look-back at The Maidstone River Festival

25 July 2020
A look-back at The Maidstone River Festival

Here is a look-back at the Maidstone River Festival over the years with all its fun-loving activities on the water.

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Almost a third of eligible workers furloughed

17 July 2020
Almost a third of eligible workers furloughed

Almost a third of workers eligible for furlough have been forced to claim on the scheme, new figures have revealed.

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Mental health needs of one in six go 'unrecognised' by GP's

15 July 2020
Mental health needs of one in six go 'unrecognised' by GP's

Short appointments with GP's are leaving one in six patients feeling their mental health needs are going unrecognised.

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Struggling to keep up with lockdown rules?

15 July 2020
Struggling to keep up with lockdown rules?

With many people finding it hard to keep up with the shifting lockdown rules, here's a handy update on the current guidelines.

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Covid-19 could create 'lost generation of teens'

14 July 2020
Covid-19 could create 'lost generation of teens'

Thousands of vulnerable teens who have fallen through the gaps in the education and care system could be more at risk due to Covid-19 restrictions.

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Car thefts rise by almost 50% in four years

14 July 2020
Car thefts rise by almost 50% in four years

An insurance expert has urged drivers in Kent to make sure their car is less of an easy target for thieves after a sharp rise in thefts.

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Which face mask is best for you?

14 July 2020
Which face mask is best for you?

Following the government's announcement that face masks will be mandatory in shops - here are the options people can choose from.

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'All it takes is someone to cough in a small space'

13 July 2020
'All it takes is someone to cough in a small space'

With the Prime Minister suggesting masks will be made mandatory, here is how many people are using them already and what shoppers think of the plans.

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Difference in earnings revealed

13 July 2020
Difference in earnings revealed

Self-employed workers earn thousands less than their employed counterparts and have seen vast losses since lockdown began, figures have revealed.

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