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‘We’re sick of watching TV - the pub is our life’

‘We’re sick of watching TV - the pub is our life’

Two Kent brothers aged in their 80s whose lives have revolved around pubs are desperate to return to their local.

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Our World of Sport: Bat and Trap

Our World of Sport: Bat and Trap

The game of Bat & Trap is almost solely played in the county of Kent and has maintained its popularity.

'You could make a film about his life'

'You could make a film about his life'

Tributes have been paid to Vietnam War correspondent and Gurkha rights activist Brian Staley, who has died at the age of 81.

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Vehicle theft arrest after early morning police search

Vehicle theft arrest after early morning police search

A man has been arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft following an early morning search by police in a residential area.

Burglar smashed window and stole drone while out on licence

Burglar smashed window and stole drone while out on licence

A burglar who broke into a home while out of prison on licence has been sentenced to six years behind bars.

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Object thrown at moving bus smashes windscreen

Object thrown at moving bus smashes windscreen

Mindless vandals have smashed the windscreen of a moving bus as it travelled along a popular route.

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Racing hit-and-run drivers 'could've killed my son'

Racing hit-and-run drivers 'could've killed my son'

A father has spoken of the terrifying moment his teenage son rang him "screaming in pain" after being hit by two cars.

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Revealed: Airbnb hosts rent rooms out for illegal lockdown getaways

Revealed: Airbnb hosts rent rooms out for illegal lockdown getaways

EXCLUSIVE: A KentOnline investigation has revealed rogue Airbnb hosts are renting rooms out in breach of lockdown rules.

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Hated retail kiosks plan thrown out amid arson fears

Hated retail kiosks plan thrown out amid arson fears

A council's bid to install kiosks along a busy street has been rejected following claims it was 'one of the worst-ever planning applications'.

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'Rent-a-gun' probe sees 350 police carry out morning raids

'Rent-a-gun' probe sees 350 police carry out morning raids

Ten people have been arrested after hundreds of police officers stormed 11 separate addresses as part of a 'rent-a-gun' investigation.

Food and drinks stolen in Greggs break-in

Food and drinks stolen in Greggs break-in

A man has been arrested after snacks and drinks were stolen from a branch of Greggs during an early morning break-in.

Teen cyclist injured in hit-and-run

Teen cyclist injured in hit-and-run

Police are trying to trace a driver who fled after a teenage boy was struck by a car while out cycling.

'We are facing a critical year from a financial viewpoint'

'We are facing a critical year from a financial viewpoint'

Kent County Cricket Club's financial figures have seen the club post a loss for the second successive season.

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Fears of serious crash on pothole-ridden A2

Fears of serious crash on pothole-ridden A2

A businessman fears a main road pitted with huge potholes could be the scene of a serious crash – after blowing a tyre along the stretch.

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Star golfer surprises unsung hero

Star golfer surprises unsung hero

England Golf’s newly named unsung hero Zung Tang-Bennett was left stunned when European Tour professional Tommy Fleetwood gatecrashed a video chat.

Father dies in freak chainsaw accident

Father dies in freak chainsaw accident

A 35-year-old has died from loss of blood after a chainsaw accident while cutting logs.

New footbridge installed at train station

New footbridge installed at train station

A new footbridge has been lowered into position at a train station as part of a £4.8 million upgrade.

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Retail revolution on Kent high street

Retail revolution on Kent high street

Since the pandemic struck, 23 shops have closed down and 23 have opened in one of Kent's most popular high streets.

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'It's one of the worst-ever planning applications'

'It's one of the worst-ever planning applications'

A council looks set to approve its own bid to open eight retail kiosks outside a busy railway station - despite not gaining one supporter.

Building in shadow of famous Kent landmark on market for £1.25m

Building in shadow of famous Kent landmark on market for £1.25m

A building overlooked by arguably Kent's most famous landmark is to be sold for the first time in almost 90 years.

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