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Attempted murder charge after woman stabbed

Attempted murder charge after woman stabbed

A man is due to appear in court after being charged with attempted murder after a young woman was stabbed.

Road changes leave people scratching their heads

Road changes leave people scratching their heads

Many have been left confused by a council's decision to alter a city centre street in hope of making social distancing easier.

Woman seriously injured with stab wounds in 'disturbance'

Woman seriously injured with stab wounds in 'disturbance'

A man in his 20s has been arrested after a woman was rushed to a London hospital with stab wounds.

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Freshers Week 'like no other' as students return

Freshers Week 'like no other' as students return

Students arriving at our universities are facing an unusual start - with clubbing events cancelled and social distancing measures across campus.

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Kent find out quarter-finals opponents

Kent find out quarter-finals opponents

Kent know who and where they will play in the T20 Blast quarter-finals - after losing their last group match to Surrey on Sunday.

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'Don't light fires on windy days'

'Don't light fires on windy days'

The fire service has issued a warning after embers from an incinerator caused a garden fire.

‘We need speed camera to catch reckless drivers’

‘We need speed camera to catch reckless drivers’

Residents are calling for a speed camera to be installed on a road dubbed one of Britain’s most dangerous - amid ongoing safety revamps.

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Spitfires qualify for T20 knockout stages

Spitfires qualify for T20 knockout stages

Grant Stewart hit a six in the final over to blast Kent Spitfires into the T20 Blast knockout stages.

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Families facing eviction given more time

Families facing eviction given more time

Tenants who face losing their homes have been offered a further six months to find a new place to live - if they face "hardship".

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Epilepsy forces school head to retire

Epilepsy forces school head to retire

A head teacher is stepping down from her role at a secondary school due to a recent recurrence of her epilepsy.

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Police descend on high street after 'punch-up'

Police descend on high street after 'punch-up'

Five police cars have been called to a high street after staff from a nearby chip shop had to break up a fight.

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Plumber feeling flush after van sign proves hit

Plumber feeling flush after van sign proves hit

A plumbing firm says business has flooded in since it started using quirky van signage.

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‘Eyesore’ 5G mast set to tower over homes

‘Eyesore’ 5G mast set to tower over homes

A 15-metre tall "eyesore" 5G phone mast is set to be put up and some furious residents say it is enough to make them think about moving.

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The sweetest win of all

The sweetest win of all

Dean Danton celebrated winning his fifth scratch Canterbury Golf Club Championship - after a five-year wait.

Wrong route is no problem!

Wrong route is no problem!

Canterbury Harriers runner Yiannis Christodoulou was sent the wrong way at the Channel Sprint Triathlon but still won with a course record.

Families' anguish over looming eviction threat

Families' anguish over looming eviction threat

More than a dozen families have been told they must vacate their homes at a former Army barracks.

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Carol singing and lights switch-on fall victim to Covid-19

Carol singing and lights switch-on fall victim to Covid-19

Two popular festive events and attractions have been cancelled adding to the growing list of Christmas casualties.

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Air ambulance lands at school following nearby incident

Air ambulance lands at school following nearby incident

An air ambulance landed in a school playing field as medics responded to an incident at a nearby address.

Cafe offers free tea for breastfeeding mums

Cafe offers free tea for breastfeeding mums

A coffee house has been praised for offering free tea and a welcoming space for mums who need to feed their babies while out and about.

Walking through unlit park a 'frightening experience'

Walking through unlit park a 'frightening experience'

Concerns raised about potential for crime and injuries as a third of street lights in a city park have been found to be faulty.

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