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ANOTHER car impaled on anti-terror bollard

ANOTHER car impaled on anti-terror bollard

A car has been lifted into the air after being impaled by an infamous anti-terror bollard - which has caught out dozens of other drivers.

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Plans unveiled for 200 homes at old hospital wing

Plans unveiled for 200 homes at old hospital wing

Proposals to partly demolish an old hospital wing to make way for 200 homes have been unveiled for the first time.

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Opportunities for Kent Women to impress

Opportunities for Kent Women to impress

Head coach David Hathrill hopes some of his makeshift Kent Women squad can step up as they aim to retain their regional Women’s County T20 title.

Kent nearly produce record partnership

Kent nearly produce record partnership

Kent came close to breaking a record fifth-wicket partnership on the opening day of their match against a Sri Lanka Development XI on Friday.

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Woman sexually assaulted and verbally abused on footpath

Woman sexually assaulted and verbally abused on footpath

An investigation has been launched following a report of a sexual assault on a rural footpath.

Michelin-star restaurant to cut back hours

Michelin-star restaurant to cut back hours

A Michelin-starred restaurant will stop serving food for one day a week as the owners reveal they are expecting a baby.

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Wildlife park hits back at 'malicious' videos

Wildlife park hits back at 'malicious' videos

A wildlife park has defended itself over claims made in TikTok posts that animals are kept in poor conditions.

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Concerns for Kent's head coach

Concerns for Kent's head coach

Matt Walker says Kent’s batters need to give the bowlers bigger totals to defend - but says the amount of runs being scored against them is a concern.

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Hit-and-run BMW driver broke boy's leg at zebra crossing

Hit-and-run BMW driver broke boy's leg at zebra crossing

A driver who knocked down and seriously injured a schoolboy on a zebra crossing waited two-and-a-half hours before calling police.

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Hero police officer stops little girl choking to death

Hero police officer stops little girl choking to death

A mum has told how a heroic off-duty police officer saved her young daughter's life as she choked on a snack.

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Schools' championships a hit

Schools' championships a hit

Faversham's Skye Fontanelli won the girls’ Kent Schools' Golf Championship while Canterbury’s third-placed teen Claudia Carlotti also enjoyed success.

Ugly shop-fronts to be targeted to protect city's heritage

Ugly shop-fronts to be targeted to protect city's heritage

A council is cracking down on ugly shop-fronts with oversized signage and modern materials, which are deemed harmful to the area's rich heritage.

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Tory councillor suspended amid sexual harassment probe

Tory councillor suspended amid sexual harassment probe

A Conservative councillor has been suspended from the party amid a probe into sexual harassment.

Arsonist left couple facing 'stuff of nightmares'

Arsonist left couple facing 'stuff of nightmares'

A drunken fire-starter left a terrified couple trapped inside their smoke-filled home after triggering a series of explosions during an arson spree.

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Injury ends Bird's Kent stay early

Injury ends Bird's Kent stay early

Experienced Australian pace bowler Jackson Bird’s stay at Kent has been curtailed by injury.

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Nature reserves are 'thriving wildlife sanctuaries' after £1.9m work

Nature reserves are 'thriving wildlife sanctuaries' after £1.9m work

Bosses are confident large-scale restoration work over the last year will "massively benefit" wildlife populations at three nature spots.

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'High-class' wine bar approved for village high street

'High-class' wine bar approved for village high street

Plans for a wine restaurant in a village already home to three pubs have been given the go-ahead.

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Pub feared lost forever reopens after three years of closure

Pub feared lost forever reopens after three years of closure

A pub that had been closed for three years has finally reopened – as its new landlords vow to establish it as a valued village boozer.

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Canterbury edged in action-packed try-fest

Canterbury edged in action-packed try-fest

A last-minute penalty denied Canterbury a draw after a feast of scores in their match with Bury St Edmunds.

Duo help Kent battle to draw at Yorkshire

Duo help Kent battle to draw at Yorkshire

Ollie Robinson and Grant Stewart combined to help Kent force an unlikely draw on the final day of their County Championship clash at Yorkshire.

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