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Is this Kent's cheapest fuel?

Is this Kent's cheapest fuel?

Petrol prices are as low as they have been for years as Covid-19 sees fuel value drop - but where in Kent can you find the cheapest place to fill up?

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Fortnight's food bill four times more than in previous three years

Fortnight's food bill four times more than in previous three years

A food bank in Kent has spent four times as much on ingredients in the last fortnight than it did in the previous three years.

Ice cream parlour opens despite criticism

Ice cream parlour opens despite criticism

An ice cream parlour which claimed its opening announcement was a technical error has admitted selling the frozen treats today.

Four figure reward for information on pavilion 'arsonist'

Four figure reward for information on pavilion 'arsonist'

A four-figure reward is being offered for information which leads to the conviction of a suspected arsonist who targeted a village pavilion.

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75 years on: The dramatic sea rescue I'll never forget

75 years on: The dramatic sea rescue I'll never forget

A pensioner has finally been able to thank the family of the fisherman who saved his life on the 75th anniversary of the rescue.

Residents 'brought to tears' by suspected arson attack on pavilion

Residents 'brought to tears' by suspected arson attack on pavilion

Arsonists are suspected to have targeted a village pavilion early this morning, the second blaze to hit the venue in the last couple of weeks.

Fox shows off ball skills during lockdown

Fox shows off ball skills during lockdown

A mum-of-two has captured heart-warming footage of an impish fox running around with her son's football.

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Man electrocuted on tracks

Man electrocuted on tracks

The inquest has opened into the death of a 23-year-old man found on railway tracks.

Second arson attack at beauty spot sparks police probe

Second arson attack at beauty spot sparks police probe

Police are appealing for information after a picturesque wetland was devastated by a fire for a second time in five weeks.

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Police officer 'spat at' at scene of 'arson attack'

Police officer 'spat at' at scene of 'arson attack'

A man has been arrested after a police officer was allegedly spat at as they attended a fire at a flat.

Beefgate: Dad tucks into 6-year-old meat

Beefgate: Dad tucks into 6-year-old meat

A dad-of-two has gone viral after deciding to cook a six-year-old joint of beef pulled from his freezer during the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Family denied 'really big funeral' for loving mum

Family denied 'really big funeral' for loving mum

The family of an award-winning quilter has had to scrap plans for a church funeral and instead hold a graveside gathering due to coronavirus.

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Kent staff to take leave

Kent staff to take leave

The majority of the non-playing staff at Kent Cricket Club are to be put on furloughed leave because of the coronavirus crisis.

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Huge fuel price differences leave drivers puzzled

Huge fuel price differences leave drivers puzzled

Depending on which petrol station you use, you could be paying as much as a startling 39p per litre more than other drivers.

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Schoolgirls shine for NHS in song

Schoolgirls shine for NHS in song

Twin sisters have paid tribute to the NHS with a re-worked hit tune.

Students call for exam 'safety net'

Students call for exam 'safety net'

Students have signed an e-petition calling on their university to change the way their exam results are marked.

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Thousands raised for NHS frontline workers

Thousands raised for NHS frontline workers

Grateful members of the public have donated thousands to help support staff at key Kent hospitals working on the frontline of the Covid-19 pandemic.

A look at Kent's shocking DIY lockdown trims

A look at Kent's shocking DIY lockdown trims

Men and boys across the county unable to get their regular haircut due to the coronavirus lockdown have been taking drastic action.

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College offered new future after administration woes

College offered new future after administration woes

An expanding college group in east Kent has added another campus to its portfolio.

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Animal parks 'overwhelmed' by donations of food

Animal parks 'overwhelmed' by donations of food

Kind-hearted animal lovers have donated food to Kent wildlife parks facing an "unprecedented crisis" after being forced to close over Covid-19.

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