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More homes for council tenants

22 July 2021
More homes for council tenants

The first tenants have moved into the borough's latest development of council-owned homes.

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Bespoke homes approved for Garden City

22 July 2021
Bespoke homes approved for Garden City

A total of 302 new homes have been approved for Ebbsfleet Garden City including its first custom-build properties

Students' design for Sophie

21 July 2021
Students' design for Sophie

Art students have won a pitch to design for Kitchen Disco star Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

Start your own business in 10 days

21 July 2021
Start your own business in 10 days

Free coaching is on offer to help entrepreneurs on their way.

Vaccination hubs to close

09 July 2021
Vaccination hubs to close

Two of Kent's mass hubs, which have dished out thousands of Covid-19 vaccinations, are to close next month.

Football united at new festival

09 July 2021
Football united at new festival

The beautiful game and its ability to bring people and cultures together has been celebrated in the first festival of its kind.

It's all blooming lovely

08 July 2021
It's all blooming lovely

Youngsters have been showing off their gardening skills to a top TV judge.

Home damaged in blaze

07 July 2021
Home damaged in blaze

A neighbour raised the alarm when they peered over a garden fence and spotted a fire in next door's kitchen.

Two charged after stabbing

06 July 2021
Two charged after stabbing

Two people have been charged after a teenager was stabbed.

Two arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

05 July 2021
Two arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of trying to murder a teenager, including a 17-year-old.

Call on government to fund school's 'urgent' repairs

02 July 2021
Call on government to fund school's 'urgent' repairs

A petition calling for a school to get some much-needed building work has been presented to the House of Commons.

Anger over 'ugly and unsightly' phone mast plan

02 July 2021
Anger over 'ugly and unsightly' phone mast plan

People have raised fears over potential health problems and falling property prices in their bid to stop a mobile phone mast being put up near a pub.

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Post Office on the move

02 July 2021
Post Office on the move

A town's main Post Office could be moving, it has been announced.

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Robbery charge after man attacked in car

02 July 2021
Robbery charge after man attacked in car

A man has been charged with robbery after attempts were made to steal a car with someone still in it.

Grab your jab without an appointment

01 July 2021
Grab your jab without an appointment

Walk-in Covid vaccinations will be available in Gravesend later this month, it has been announced.

Power cut hits homes and businesses

30 June 2021
Power cut hits homes and businesses

Power cuts have been causing problems across several areas.

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Fire drama on board yacht

28 June 2021
Fire drama on board yacht

A man who got into trouble after a fire on board a yacht was rescued in the early hours.

They've done it again!

11 June 2021
They've done it again!

A school which had a pupil ranked fourth in the world for maths now has two more winning youngsters.

Winning ways leads to career dreams

09 June 2021
Winning ways leads to career dreams

An apprentice has done so well in his training he's won an award, and is now looking to mentor others.

Final phase of transport master plan begins

08 June 2021
Final phase of transport master plan begins

Work on a new £2.5 million bus interchange will start next week.

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