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More asylum seekers attempt crossing just hours after deadliest day

25 November 2021
More asylum seekers attempt crossing just hours after deadliest day

It is understood at least two boats carrying people seeking asylum have attempted the crossing the day after dozens of people died in the Channel.

Calls for UK police to mount joint patrols with French to stop crossings

25 November 2021
Calls for UK police to mount joint patrols with French to stop crossings

Joint police patrols on the French Channel coast have been proposed to help prevent asylum seekers attempting to cross the Channel.

Drone and helicopter help snare suspect

24 November 2021
Drone and helicopter help snare suspect

Police used a helicopter and a drone to search for a suspect after a patrol car was rammed four times by a van.

Woman raped in town centre car park

12 November 2021
Woman raped in town centre car park

An attack on a woman in a car park opposite bus stops has resulted in an appeal for information from police.

Road to stay shut all night due to fallen tree

31 October 2021
Road to stay shut all night due to fallen tree

A village road has been shut after it was blocked by a fallen tree and will remain closed to traffic all night.

Severe delays on M25 after lorry crash

29 October 2021
Severe delays on M25 after lorry crash

A collision involving a car and a lorry resulted in severe delays for motorists on the clockwise stretch of the motorway in Kent.

Motorcycle racing legend dies in crash

28 October 2021
Motorcycle racing legend dies in crash

Tributes have been paid to a motorsport legend who died after the bike he was riding was involved in a collision with a car on the A21.

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How will budget impact Kent?

27 October 2021
How will budget impact Kent?

The Chancellor has set out his Covid recovery budget – here's what was in it and what it means for Kent.

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Petrol prices reach record high

25 October 2021
Petrol prices reach record high

The price of fuel has soared to record highs, beating the previous record set in April 2012.

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Police called after 'concerns for man' near school

12 October 2021
Police called after 'concerns for man' near school

Officers were sent to investigate after concerns were raised about a man near a primary school.

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Man fighting for life after being hit by ambulance

02 October 2021
Man fighting for life after being hit by ambulance

A man in his 40s is in a critical condition in a London hospital after being hit by an ambulance on a main road in the early hours.

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Queues remain despite assurances fuel crisis 'back under control'

30 September 2021
Queues remain despite assurances fuel crisis 'back under control'

Drivers are still having to search for fuel despite assurances from a government minister that the crisis is "back under control".

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M20 closed due to concern for person

30 September 2021
M20 closed due to concern for person

The motorway was shut in both directions for almost an hour after concerns were raised about a person near one of the junctions.

Protests outside court as PC who murdered Sarah Everard to be sentenced

29 September 2021
Protests outside court as PC who murdered Sarah Everard to be sentenced

Protesters gathered outside the Old Bailey ahead of the sentencing of the former police officer who murdered Sarah Everard.

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'No plans' for the Army to drive fuel tankers

27 September 2021
'No plans' for the Army to drive fuel tankers

The idea of using the Army to top up the shortage of tanker drivers delivering fuel to forecourts has been downplayed by the government.

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Kent baker fails to rise to Great British Bake Off challenge

21 September 2021
Kent baker fails to rise to Great British Bake Off challenge

A software engineer from Kent was the first to leave The Great British Bake Off after failing to impress the judges.

'If the French won’t stop the small boats then we need to'

07 September 2021
'If the French won’t stop the small boats then we need to'

An MP has demanded tougher action on asylum seekers crossing the Channel and has accused the French of waving them through with a "cheery Bon Voyage".

Man left dog collapsed on floor for at least a week

30 August 2021
Man left dog collapsed on floor for at least a week

A pet owner whose Staffie was left slumped on a kitchen floor in her own filth has been banned from keeping dogs after appearing in court.

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Technical glitch sees doctors' appointments scrapped

26 August 2021
Technical glitch sees doctors' appointments scrapped

A problem with an NHS server has seen patients told they cannot book or attend doctors' appointments.

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Where to go for a milkshake in Kent

24 August 2021
Where to go for a milkshake in Kent

With many McDonald's reporting milkshakes being off the menu due to supply chain issues, here are some other options for your fix of the sugary treat.

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