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'2020 is sadly the worst ever year for dog theft'

21 October 2020
'2020 is sadly the worst ever year for dog theft'

An MP has called for tougher sentencing for pet theft amid a spike during lockdown.

Last chance to have say on lorry park proposals

21 October 2020
Last chance to have say on lorry park proposals

A consultation on the government's proposals for an inland border facility in Kent is set to close.

Charity pumpkin snatched from farm

21 October 2020
Charity pumpkin snatched from farm

A farm has pleaded for information after a piece of fruit being used as part of a "guess the weight" game for charity was taken.

Dartford Tunnel closed after crash

20 October 2020
Dartford Tunnel closed after crash

Traffic was tailing back on the M25 into Kent after a crash closed one of the tunnels.

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'Gardens and guerillas' virtual tour

20 October 2020
'Gardens and guerillas' virtual tour

A plant hunter is sharing an insight into his World Garden and the time spent held hostage by Colombian guerilla fighters that inspired it.

Fundraisers' innovative steps to support ellenor

20 October 2020
Fundraisers' innovative steps to support ellenor

Supporters raised £25,000 for a hospice with a virtual charity walk, while a teenager is using his skills as a magician to support the cause.

Nearly 100 primary school pupils sent home after four Covid-19 cases

20 October 2020
Nearly 100 primary school pupils sent home after four Covid-19 cases

Staff members and pupils have been told to self-isolate at a primary school on the border between two towns with different lockdown restrictions.

'Lockdown now to save lives and jobs'

20 October 2020
'Lockdown now to save lives and jobs'

An expert on viruses has said a second lockdown is the best way to return to normality - saving lives and jobs.

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Climbing frame donated to Scout group

20 October 2020
Climbing frame donated to Scout group

A housing developer has given a Scout group the chance to climb high on a 13 metre tall activity frame.

Christmas events taking place in Kent this year

20 October 2020
Christmas events taking place in Kent this year

From illuminated trails to ice skating and chances to see Santa this Christmas - here's what's on this festive season across the county:

Memories of school in the 1970s and 80s

20 October 2020
Memories of school in the 1970s and 80s

From swimming in your pyjamas, BBC Micro computers and Panini football stickers - we take a look back at life in Kent's schools in the 1970s and 80s.

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Vehicles targeted in spray-painting spree

19 October 2020
Vehicles targeted in spray-painting spree

Police are hunting vandals who went on a spray-painting spree, targeting vehicles in the same street with graffiti.

Planned bus cuts shelved

19 October 2020
Planned bus cuts shelved

Councillors have praised a decision to scrap planned cuts to bus services but fear it may not be the end of the matter.

'A load of immigrants just got out of a lorry into Mercs'

19 October 2020
'A load of immigrants just got out of a lorry into Mercs'

An eyewitness alerted police to people jumping out of lorries, a fortnight before the deaths of 39 people, a court has heard.

Man 'threatened with gun' in train robbery

19 October 2020
Man 'threatened with gun' in train robbery

A train robber is being hunted by police after reportedly threatening a victim with a gun and then taking his phone.

Love Island star in car crash outside pub

19 October 2020
Love Island star in car crash outside pub

Love Island winner Jack Fincham was left badly shaken and another person was taken to hospital after a crash yesterday.

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Bid to tackle rise in modern slavery and human trafficking

19 October 2020
Bid to tackle rise in modern slavery and human trafficking

A council has partnered up with the police and a homeless charity as it looks to address a rise in documented cases of modern slavery.

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Christmas is coming...in October

19 October 2020
Christmas is coming...in October

Christmas is coming early as one county cinema plans to get the decorations out and make it snow for a festive film showing this week.

'We've cleared 1,000 beds during Covid - hopefully we'll keep it that way'

19 October 2020
'We've cleared 1,000 beds during Covid - hopefully we'll keep it that way'

Hospitals have cleared more than a third of all their inpatients during coronavirus - one hospital boss says he hopes the changes is permanent.

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Woman cut from wreckage of six-vehicle pile-up

17 October 2020
Woman cut from wreckage of six-vehicle pile-up

Firefighters have freed a woman after her car was involved in a six-vehicle pile-up.

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