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'I could see great sadness and distress'

14 May 2021
'I could see great sadness and distress'

A teenager who suffered the devastating loss of both of his parents, within a year, has seen £10,000 pour in for his unique challenge.

Meet county's fox rescuers

13 May 2021
Meet county's fox rescuers

The Fox Project began life 30 years ago and now treats more than 1,000 foxes every year.

The curious case of the stolen 6ft Cyberman

11 May 2021
The curious case of the stolen 6ft Cyberman

A life-sized figure of a Doctor Who villain has been stolen from outside his owners’ house.

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Pupils recognised in competition

10 May 2021
Pupils recognised in competition

Three students from two schools in Kent have been named runners-up in an international children's competition.

'It gives men somewhere to open up'

10 May 2021
'It gives men somewhere to open up'

At the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, we speak to a man who has set up a group where men can share their struggles.

Festival cancelled for second successive year

07 May 2021
Festival cancelled for second successive year

Plans for the Maidstone River Festival have sunk for the second year in a row due to the pandemic.

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Woman hurls abuse at taxi driver

07 May 2021
Woman hurls abuse at taxi driver

A taxi driver has been subjected to a foul-mouthed rant by a woman outside a train station.

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'I refuse to pay ridiculous £700 parking fine'

07 May 2021
'I refuse to pay ridiculous £700 parking fine'

A man is facing a £700 bill after refusing to pay the fine his daughter received two minutes before she paid for her parking.

Police seize bike as part of clampdown

06 May 2021
Police seize bike as part of clampdown

A motorbike has been seized by police after they discovered its owner had no licence.

Scouts lose £50,000 on new building

30 April 2021
Scouts lose £50,000 on new building

A scout group is devastated after the firm constructing their new HQ collapsed with building work barely started.

Council defends skate park facilities

29 April 2021
Council defends skate park facilities

A council says they don't currently have plans to build any more large skate parks in the area despite a fresh appeal for a new one for Sheerness.

Cheryl announces back garden gig

29 April 2021
Cheryl announces back garden gig

A member of Bucks Fizz is selling tickets for a gig in her back garden in Kent for just under £150.

Fisherman catches 500lb shark

27 April 2021
Fisherman catches 500lb shark

A fisherman from Kent has caught a huge shark after a battle to reel it into his boat.

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Vandals kill thousands of bees

27 April 2021
Vandals kill thousands of bees

Vandals have knocked down a row of hives containing 30,000 bees, wiping out half of them.

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£4M sea cadets centre approved

27 April 2021
£4M sea cadets centre approved

Plans for a multi-million pound state-of-the-art training centre submitted by a group of Kent sea cadets has been approved.

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Revealed: The shop which took just £3 in a whole day's trading

25 April 2021
Revealed: The shop which took just £3 in a whole day's trading

A shop has laid bare the devastating impact of trying to compete with the likes of Amazon - after revealing they made just £3 in a single day.

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Police award for ex-surfer who saved man from drowning

25 April 2021
Police award for ex-surfer who saved man from drowning

An ex-surfer who saved a man from drowning has been handed an award by Kent Police’s chief constable.

Attempts to rescue Bradley go on

23 April 2021
Attempts to rescue Bradley go on

Volunteers have revealed how close they got to rescuing a trapped seal from the River Medway.

New homes plan met by strong opposition

23 April 2021
New homes plan met by strong opposition

A renewed bid for a proposed housing development has once again been met by strong opposition.

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Tributes to pub landlady who 'would help anybody out'

22 April 2021
Tributes to pub landlady who 'would help anybody out'

A much-loved pub landlady who welcomed punters for six decades is being remembered for her loving and caring nature.

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