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M20 delays after slip-road crash

02 April 2021
M20 delays after slip-road crash

One lane of the M20 was closed after a crash on the slip-road saw all traffic held by police.

Primary school's new £9,000 library

02 April 2021
Primary school's new £9,000 library

Pupils created their own fancy dress costumes to mark the opening of their school's new library filled with thousands of pounds worth of books.

Medway bid features in Xbox and Playstation game

02 April 2021
Medway bid features in Xbox and Playstation game

Medway's bid to be crowned 2025 UK City of Culture has been given a boost by its appearance in a video game.

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Kent cinemas given slice of £400m recovery fund

02 April 2021
Kent cinemas given slice of £400m recovery fund

Four cinemas will benefit from more than £120k in government funding ahead of a summer of reopening and recovery.

Bench in memory of mum installed at hospital

01 April 2021
Bench in memory of mum installed at hospital

The memory of a mum-of-three who died after hospital staff failed to detect a blood clot has been honoured with a bench and a plaque.

Police called to incident outside nursery

01 April 2021
Police called to incident outside nursery

Officers were called to an incident outside a pre-school nursery following reports of a row between two people.

Woman celebrates 100th birthday

30 March 2021
Woman celebrates 100th birthday

An ex-RAF servicewoman has marked a major milestone.

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'Lockdown didn't mean our nature crisis was on hold'

29 March 2021
'Lockdown didn't mean our nature crisis was on hold'

A stark reminder for people and firms to continue to care for the county's rich ecosystems and biodiversity has been issued by a wildlife trust.

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'It's used as public toilet and place to jack up drugs'

28 March 2021
'It's used as public toilet and place to jack up drugs'

A 76-year-old pensioner has cleared litter from an area of green opposite his home for the past 27 years, but is now fed up of doing so.

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Trustees behind City of Culture bid confirmed

26 March 2021
Trustees behind City of Culture bid confirmed

The team hoping to make Medway the 2025 UK City of Culture has been announced.

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Creator thanks key workers with street art

26 March 2021
Creator thanks key workers with street art

Street art dedicated to key workers and local heroes has appeared across a Kent town.

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Four arrests as police crack down on motoring offences

26 March 2021
Four arrests as police crack down on motoring offences

Four people were arrested in one day as part of a police road safety operation carried out in three towns.

Live hand-grenade found on beach

25 March 2021
Live hand-grenade found on beach

A teenage fossil enthusiast got more than he bargained for when he picked up a live grenade on a beach.

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Swimming club plea to stay afloat

25 March 2021
Swimming club plea to stay afloat

A historic swimming association has launched a fundraising page in a bid to raise £10,000 to help it recover from lockdown.

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Government oppose London boundary charge

24 March 2021
Government oppose London boundary charge

A proposal which would see cars registered outside of London face a £3.50 charge for entering the capital has been opposed by the government.

Police appeal after man assaulted in alleyway

24 March 2021
Police appeal after man assaulted in alleyway

Witnesses are sought after two men reportedly assaulted a man in an alleyway before stealing cash and tobacco from him.

Six fox cubs rescued from tiny gap

24 March 2021
Six fox cubs rescued from tiny gap

The RSPCA was called to a workshop to rescue six fox cubs that were stuck between two walls.

'Exceptionally dangerous' rapist locked up

23 March 2021
'Exceptionally dangerous' rapist locked up

A 32-year-old man has been jailed for more than eight years after attacking a woman in his home.

Flower power bikes blossom in the streets

23 March 2021
Flower power bikes blossom in the streets

A mystery artist has been transforming bicycles into floral arrangements to bring a smile to people's faces.

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Curtains for dozens of theatre staff

22 March 2021
Curtains for dozens of theatre staff

A union has raised concern after a theatre allegedly dismissed 50 staff by email despite it receiving nearly £250,000 in pandemic support grants.

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