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Tragic soldier, 14, honoured with touching service

Tragic soldier, 14, honoured with touching service

A teenager who lied about his age so he could become a soldier has been honoured with a new headstone after historians discovered he died at just 14.

Tragic death at garden centre

Tragic death at garden centre

Emergency crews were called to a plant nursery after a person died.

Grieving dad's tribute to 'amazing family'

Grieving dad's tribute to 'amazing family'

A dad who went to university in the county has described the heartache of losing his family in the Sri Lankan bombings.

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Car collides with level crossing barriers

Car collides with level crossing barriers

There are delays to trains and traffic congestion after a car crashed into level crossing barriers.

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Kent's Billings boost

Kent's Billings boost

Kent are set to be lifted by the return of Sam Billings amid their current injury crisis.

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Home must be converted back into a pub

Home must be converted back into a pub

A former landlord of 20 years who turned his pub into a house has been ordered to convert it back by a council.

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Kent lose fourth straight game

Kent lose fourth straight game

Kent's miserable Royal London One-Day Cup campaign continued with a defeat away to Gloucestershire.

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Denly suffers injury setback

Denly suffers injury setback

Joe Denly's Kent return was rocked by injury during Tuesday's defeat to Gloucestershire.

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Village pub goes up for sale

Village pub goes up for sale

Potential buyers interested in buying a traditional country pub will need to fork out more than £400,000 to secure it.

Former BBC presenter to stand as MEP

Former BBC presenter to stand as MEP

The University of Kent's chancellor, Gavin Esler, has announced he will be standing as an anti-Brexit MEP at the European elections.

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Raid on bowls club results in loss of £6,000 mower

Raid on bowls club results in loss of £6,000 mower

Thieves have stolen a new £6,000 mower just a month after it was bought.

Undercover police target vandals

Undercover police target vandals

Plain clothes patrols are being used in a bid to end a spate of car window smashings.

Shoe giant puts extra shine on city centre store

Shoe giant puts extra shine on city centre store

A shopping centre has been boosted by a £600,000 investment in a store.

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Plans to open grilled chicken chain axed

Plans to open grilled chicken chain axed

Hopes to open a grilled chicken restaurant to rival Nando's have been dashed after the proposals were dropped.

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City spic and span after community clean-up

City spic and span after community clean-up

Hundreds of volunteers have helped fill 250 bags with rubbish in community Spring clean.

Needles found on path near schools

Needles found on path near schools

A council has cleared up 30 discarded needles from a footpath after horrified parents complained.

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Animal park mourns tiger death

Animal park mourns tiger death

A fiery tigress has died after her "uncharacteristic behaviour" led to the discovery she had cancer.

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'Dodge seagulls with night bin collections'

'Dodge seagulls with night bin collections'

With the local elections campaign well underway, we went along to a hustings. There was much to discuss...

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Report: Kent remain winless

Report: Kent remain winless

Kent are still in search of their first Royal London One-Day Cup win this season after losing to Sussex.

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'We want complete animal liberation'

'We want complete animal liberation'

A protester at a supermarket meat counter has spoken out.

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