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Three areas of Kent record no Covid-19 deaths for first time

Three areas of Kent record no Covid-19 deaths for first time

26 July 2020

New figures show coronavirus deaths across all settings have fallen to their lowest number since lockdown - with three areas recording none at all.

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Everything you need to know about Spain travel quarantine

Everything you need to know about Spain travel quarantine

26 July 2020

A shock decision to quarantine travellers to the UK from Spain has left many confused over cancelled flights, holiday refunds and travel insurance.

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'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

23 July 2020

Chains including Costa Coffee and Sainsbury’s will not penalise customers who do not wear face coverings in their stores as new laws come into force.

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How much would you pay for a star's autograph?

How much would you pay for a star's autograph?

22 July 2020

Signatures of the biggest stars can sell for thousands of pounds - but one expert warns today's autograph market is a 'minefield'.

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Guess the emoji-based Kent location

Guess the emoji-based Kent location

17 July 2020

It's World Emoji Day, so why not take part in our infuriating guess the Kent location quiz?

New education guide launches for Kent and Medway

New education guide launches for Kent and Medway

03 July 2020

As schools plan for a full return to class in September, we've added a new section to our website to bring you the latest news and information.

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Inside £14m pill lab bust as part of Britain's biggest crime sting

Inside £14m pill lab bust as part of Britain's biggest crime sting

02 July 2020

A drugs lab has been brought down and 28 million pills seized after a 'WhatsApp for criminals' was infiltrated in Britain's biggest ever crime bust.

True level of county's new Covid-19 cases revealed

True level of county's new Covid-19 cases revealed

02 July 2020

New coronavirus cases in Kent and Medway are far below the 'at risk' level, new data shows.

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Covid-19 could leave councils £245m short

Covid-19 could leave councils £245m short

01 July 2020

Calls have been made to the government to help fill a £245m deficit across 14 councils in the county.

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Train operator to ramp-up services

Train operator to ramp-up services

01 July 2020

Bosses have announced Southeastern will ramp-up the number of services on many routes next week - but have warned of timetable changes.

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New Covid-19 cases lowest since lockdown began

New Covid-19 cases lowest since lockdown began

28 June 2020

Coronavirus cases in Kent have fallen to their lowest level since March at a time when packed beaches and pubs reopening spark fears of a second wave.

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'Our wonderful Kent pubs' can bounce straight back from lockdown

'Our wonderful Kent pubs' can bounce straight back from lockdown

26 June 2020

Secret Drinker: For our centuries-old bars, Covid-19 is nothing compared to a plague which killed millions

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The 'new-look' trip to a hairdressers

The 'new-look' trip to a hairdressers

24 June 2020

Coloured stickers and stylists in visors and gloves - just some of the ways an eagerly-awaited trip to the hairdressers is going to be different.

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The 11 Shepherd Neame pubs in Kent reopening first

The 11 Shepherd Neame pubs in Kent reopening first

23 June 2020

As lockdown restrictions are eased, one of Kent's largest pub operators has confirmed preparations are in place to reopen from next week.

Kent's best riverside pub walks

Kent's best riverside pub walks

23 June 2020

As drinking spots are finally set to reopen, we've pulled together some of the county's finest riverside pub walks.

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Kent Test delay 'disappointing'

Kent Test delay 'disappointing'

22 June 2020

Delay fails to bridge gap between pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and those who have been tutored during lockdown says councillor.

New virus cases in Kent down 42%

New virus cases in Kent down 42%

16 June 2020

New coronavirus cases in Kent have dropped by more than 40% in a week as Covid-19 deaths across the county continue to fall.

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Thousands of births unregistered during crisis

Thousands of births unregistered during crisis

15 June 2020

A huge backlog of birth registrations has left thousands of parents unable to register their newborn during the coronavirus crisis.

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Harry Potter's links to Kent

Harry Potter's links to Kent

14 June 2020

From the Dartford Crossing to a house on Sheppey, Kent has it's fair share links to the wizarding world – although some are more tenuous than others.

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Crowds set to flock to beaches for warm weekend

Crowds set to flock to beaches for warm weekend

13 June 2020

Weather forecasters say temperatures will peak at 25C this weekend.

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