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'No nesting birds disturbed' at Bluewater

25 March 2021
'No nesting birds disturbed' at Bluewater

Police were called to a shopping centre after concerns were raised over tree felling reports in an area home to nesting birds.

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'Dartford Crossing will still be over capacity'

25 March 2021
'Dartford Crossing will still be over capacity'

New figures suggest a multi-billion pound road link would reduce 13 million journeys at the existing Crossing but opponents say problems will persist.

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Arrests after '£14,000 of cocaine found in cars'

25 March 2021
Arrests after '£14,000 of cocaine found in cars'

A pair of suspected drug dealers have appeared in court after police stopped two cars and reportedly found cocaine and cash inside.

Aqua Park plans for Bluewater scrapped

25 March 2021
Aqua Park plans for Bluewater scrapped

Plans for a water park on site of a nature haven at near a shopping centre have been withdrawn after sparking outrage with people living in the area.

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Bidding war sees former fire station sold

25 March 2021
Bidding war sees former fire station sold

A former fire station which looks set to be demolished for new flats has been sold for more than half a million pounds after a bidding war.

Couple celebrate 65th wedding anniversary

25 March 2021
Couple celebrate 65th wedding anniversary

A husband and wife who met more than 70 years ago are marking their anniversary and say they're just happy to be caring for each other still.

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Aldi access road 'parking charges' scrapped after resident revolt

24 March 2021
Aldi access road 'parking charges' scrapped after resident revolt

A parking company has cancelled £100 charges after residents rallied against fines for driving along a back road to reach a supermarket.

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Police hunt five men after driveway crash

24 March 2021
Police hunt five men after driveway crash

Five men wearing dark clothing who fled from a car after it hit two others are wanted by police.

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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.

Premier League tester launches workplace Covid testing 'pods'

24 March 2021
Premier League tester launches workplace Covid testing 'pods'

A biotech company has launched new workplace testing 'pods' in a move billed as providing a post-pandemic blueprint for the return of office life.

'Lockdown has made finding work virtually impossible'

24 March 2021
'Lockdown has made finding work virtually impossible'

A teenager speaks about her struggles to find work during the pandemic as 70,000 people were left unemployed in the county last month

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Aqua Park plans for Bluewater

23 March 2021
Aqua Park plans for Bluewater

Plans for an inflatable obstacle course for Bluewater has sparked outrage with people living in the area.

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'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.

'I'm so angry - all I have done is drive to Aldi'

23 March 2021
'I'm so angry - all I have done is drive to Aldi'

Residents are refusing to pay £100 'parking charges' they claim have been unfairly handed out for driving down a back road to access a supermarket.

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Five flee after driveway crash

22 March 2021
Five flee after driveway crash

Officers are investigating after five men fled the scene of a crash which caused considerable damage to a car in a driveway.

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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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Driver stopped with five children squeezed into back seat

21 March 2021
Driver stopped with five children squeezed into back seat

A driver has been stopped by police after they were spotted with five children squeezed into the back three seats of their car.

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Keep the goodwill going

19 March 2021
Keep the goodwill going

A charity is appealing to those who have helped others during the pandemic to turn it into something more permanent.

Voice talent agency expands with online work

19 March 2021
Voice talent agency expands with online work

A company which has worked with Google, Amazon and Strictly star Len Goodman has grown despite lockdown challenges.

Man on 'wrong side of railings' closes bridge

19 March 2021
Man on 'wrong side of railings' closes bridge

The Dartford Crossing was closed for hours while police helped a man on the wrong side of the railing.

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