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Dramatic moment car bursts into flames

Dramatic moment car bursts into flames

Video footage has captured a car in a ball of flames as it's engulfed by fire at a retail park.

Head slams 'brutal' system as C grade dropped to U

Head slams 'brutal' system as C grade dropped to U

A grammar school headmaster has slammed this year's A-level grading system as a 'fiasco' as many students are left without university places.

Park and ride buses to restart

Park and ride buses to restart

A council is set to restart its popular park and ride service as it looks to boost footfall and spending on the high street.

An A-level results day like no other

An A-level results day like no other

Secondary school bosses say uncertainty continues to hang over A-level results as teenagers across the district receive their grades.

£30 million development to revive High Street

£30 million development to revive High Street

Official plans have been submitted to redevelop the huge site of a former department store.

Arts festival set to go ahead despite pandemic

Arts festival set to go ahead despite pandemic

Organisers behind Kent's international arts festival say the event will still be going ahead this autumn despite the coronavirus crisis.

Teen sisters touted for supermodel stardom

Teen sisters touted for supermodel stardom

Two school girls have found themselves thrust into the limelight of the modelling world, after being compared to the famous Hadid sisters.

£25k plea to fund degree amid hardship fears for black students

£25k plea to fund degree amid hardship fears for black students

An aspiring human rights lawyer who earned a place at the University of Cambridge has resorted to GoFundMe to help finance her dream Masters degree.

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That's what you call saddle sore

That's what you call saddle sore

Four cyclists attempted to cycle the height of Everest - but only one reached the summit.

Is Kent set for an e-scooter revolution?

Is Kent set for an e-scooter revolution?

A 'transport revolution' could be on its way to Kent - as the county council confirms it hopes to trial rental e-scooters on the streets.

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'Tesco delivery fee hike costs me four meals'

'Tesco delivery fee hike costs me four meals'

A disabled man on a low income who relies heavily on online grocery shopping was shocked to find Tesco's delivery costs had almost trebled.

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MP quits Twitter amid transphobia row

MP quits Twitter amid transphobia row

A Kent MP embroiled in a transphobia row has apologised for causing offence and announced she is taking a break from Twitter.

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Fourth arrest after death of man found in school field

Fourth arrest after death of man found in school field

A fourth person has been arrested after a man discovered in a school playing field with a serious head injury died in hospital.

Devastation as homes flooded by burst water main

Devastation as homes flooded by burst water main

Residents fear they will not be able to return to their homes for several months after a number of properties were flooded by a burst water main.

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A bridge too far for Voice Kid

A bridge too far for Voice Kid

A cathedral chorister has failed to make the semi-finals of The Voice Kids despite a stirring performance of Bridge Over Troubled Water.

'If we'd left them there they would have drowned'

'If we'd left them there they would have drowned'

A builder swimming the English Channel for charity has helped rescue three migrants from a sinking kayak.

Plea to drivers as woman loses eight cats on same road

Plea to drivers as woman loses eight cats on same road

Devastated pet owners have lost a number of cats hit by cars on a main road - prompting a plea for drivers to take care.

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Historic inn could be demolished for flats

Historic inn could be demolished for flats

Critics have hit out at proposals to flatten an old pub driven past by thousands each day.

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MP 'should apologise' for cervix tweet

MP 'should apologise' for cervix tweet

An MP at the centre of a transphobia row has been urged to apologise by campaigners after she said "only women have a cervix”.

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Future of garden centre struck by tragedy in doubt

Future of garden centre struck by tragedy in doubt

A 98-year-old garden centre hit by tragedy says its future could be thrown into doubt if it loses a controversial planning appeal.

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