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Fire crews tackle garden centre blaze

03 May 2021
Fire crews tackle garden centre blaze

Six fire engines were called to a blaze which started in an outside area of a garden centre.

What if Battle of Britain had been lost?

03 May 2021
What if Battle of Britain had been lost?

A top historian has predicted what Kent would likely have faced if the RAF had been defeated in the 1940 Battle of Britain.

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Two charged after burglary and assault of officers

30 April 2021
Two charged after burglary and assault of officers

Two men have been charged after a burglary and an assault on police officers.

Mum aims to raise £1,000 to buy books for kids

30 April 2021
Mum aims to raise £1,000 to buy books for kids

An ex-primary school teacher has launched a GoFundMe page to raise funds to provide children supported by food banks with reading material.

Unlimited play for adventure golf fans

30 April 2021
Unlimited play for adventure golf fans

Pirate Cove has launched a range of off-peak passes for families itching to get on the course during term time.

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Flat owner's anxiety at 'all-time high' as cladding bill approved

30 April 2021
Flat owner's anxiety at 'all-time high' as cladding bill approved

A woman being forced to pay for repairs to make her fire-risk flat safe says the government passing costs on to owners is 'disgusting'.

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'Last week was our busiest in the 10 years we've been here'

30 April 2021
'Last week was our busiest in the 10 years we've been here'

Charity shop staff have been overwhelmed with donations and shoppers, but it hasn't been all good news.

Dispersal order reissued after more 'boy racer' meets

30 April 2021
Dispersal order reissued after more 'boy racer' meets

A temporary dispersal order have been put in place to ban rowdy car meet-ups following reports of nuisance motorists over two consecutive weekends.

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'It was like my heart was ripped from my chest'

30 April 2021
'It was like my heart was ripped from my chest'

A daughter has launched a GoFundMe page to raise money for an electric wheelchair for her mum who was diagnosed with brain cancer.

Jeep blaze in village

30 April 2021
Jeep blaze in village

Fire crews were called to attend a vehicle fire on the side of the road after it was found alight on the approach to a village.

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Nurses take on Captain Sir Tom walking challenge

30 April 2021
Nurses take on Captain Sir Tom walking challenge

A nursing team will walk the equivalent of 100 laps of a hospital in aid of a children's charity as part of the Captain Sir Tom 100 Challenge.

Town's new mayor elected

29 April 2021
Town's new mayor elected

Town councillors have approved the nomination of Cllr Currans to take over civic responsibilities for the forthcoming year.

Primary school has petition heard in the House of Commons

29 April 2021
Primary school has petition heard in the House of Commons

Children have taken their demands to ban the use of harmful pesticides to the very top.

Blooming good memories

29 April 2021
Blooming good memories

A hospice is giving away free sunflower seeds as a way for people to remember loved ones year after year.

Air pollution in town worse than Paris, Madrid and Rome

29 April 2021
Air pollution in town worse than Paris, Madrid and Rome

Campaigners have called for improvements to air quality monitoring after one town clocked up pollution comparable to various major European cities.

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Three fire engines called to tackle house fire

29 April 2021
Three fire engines called to tackle house fire

A home has been left heavily smoke damaged after a blaze yesterday afternoon.

Flood alerts issued for parts of Kent

28 April 2021
Flood alerts issued for parts of Kent

The Environment Agency has put out a number of alerts warning that flooding is possible and residents should be prepared.

Country's biggest zipline opening delayed

28 April 2021
Country's biggest zipline opening delayed

Organisers building England's biggest zipline at Bluewater say the opening date has been pushed back amid issues during construction.

Tidal surge puts Thames Barrier on standby

28 April 2021
Tidal surge puts Thames Barrier on standby

Flood warnings are in place for the River Thames due to high spring tides being predicted.

Girl forced to floor by sex attacker on way to dance class

28 April 2021
Girl forced to floor by sex attacker on way to dance class

A girl was grabbed by a man who tried to force her to the ground and kiss her as she walked to a dance class.

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