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Pals raise a glass to Canterbury Christ Church University student

Pals raise a glass to Canterbury Christ Church University student

A keen rugby player studying at Canterbury Christ Church University has died.

Burst water main continues to cause delays

Burst water main continues to cause delays

Traffic problems on busy route are continuing after a water main burst on Friday afternoon.

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Buskers being 'banned' by wardens

Buskers being 'banned' by wardens

Buskers are being asked to move on by enforcement officers confused by baffling city council signage.

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Baby monkey causing mischief

Baby monkey causing mischief

A monkey has been holding on to her newborn baby's tail to stop it running amok at a wildlife park.

Photo collection out of this world

Photo collection out of this world

A unique collections of historic Space Race photographs has been sold at auction.

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School assault link to debilitating condition

School assault link to debilitating condition

A brain disease has left an active teenager wheelchair-bound, having to be fed by a tube, and suffering a loss of vision and speech.

Burst drain floods road

Burst drain floods road

A busy road has been sealed off after it was flooded.

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Inquest date set for conspiracy theorist death

Inquest date set for conspiracy theorist death

A date has been set for the inquest into the mysterious death of a conspiracy theorist feared murdered after a warning text was sent to his mother.

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Bomb squad at primary school

Bomb squad at primary school

Military explosives experts were called to a primary school following the discovery of wartime ammunition.

Drink drive arrest as car overturns

Drink drive arrest as car overturns

A man who fled his car after crashing in a field has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving.

Campus site flattened ahead of £60m revamp

Campus site flattened ahead of £60m revamp

The £60 redevelopment of a university campus is well under way after large swathes of the campus were demolished.

Hunt for 'road rage' motorist

Hunt for 'road rage' motorist

Footage shared online of a stolen car almost hitting a cyclist has a sparked a police search for the driver.

Lazy cigarette litterers hit with hefty fines

Lazy cigarette litterers hit with hefty fines

Smokers who dropped their cigarette butts and then refused to pay an £80 penalty have been slapped with big fines totalling more than £2,000.

Robbers threaten family with knife

Robbers threaten family with knife

Police are trying to track down four men who barged into a house and threatened a family with a knife.

'Build Britain's biggest solar farm elsewhere'

'Build Britain's biggest solar farm elsewhere'

City councillors have written to the Energy Secretary in a bid to halt plans for the UK's largest solar park in their district.

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Walker has plan for Sharks attack

Walker has plan for Sharks attack

Kent head coach Matt Walker looks ahead to the Sussex match on Friday.

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Man charged after OAP's bones broken in M&S

Man charged after OAP's bones broken in M&S

A man has been charged after an alleged robbery left a woman in her 90s with broken bones in Marks and Spencer.

Assault leaves man with serious injury

Assault leaves man with serious injury

A man has been left with a serious facial injury following an assault in the early hours of this morning.

Kent Cricket Podcast: Stoinis hits ground running

Kent Cricket Podcast: Stoinis hits ground running

Hear from Marcus Stoinis, Sam Billings, Joe Denly and Matt Walker in this week's podcast.

Wolf cubs take first steps

Wolf cubs take first steps

Two visitors to a wildlife park were given the honour of releasing wolf cubs into their new habitat.

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