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Protesters storm council meeting about crime

Protesters storm council meeting about crime

21 November 2019

Kent's police and crime commissioner and councillors have been moved to a secure room after campaigners burst into a meeting.

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Health Secretary admits Kent hospital 'clearly needs work'

Health Secretary admits Kent hospital 'clearly needs work'

21 November 2019

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has paid a surprise visit to a Kent hospital.

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John Lewis store targeted by robbers

John Lewis store targeted by robbers

21 November 2019

Three robbers escaped with smartphones after threatening to harm staff.

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'I drove 60 miles for Haribo'

'I drove 60 miles for Haribo'

21 November 2019

One eager sweet fan did more than most to be one of the first shoppers at Haribo.

First Haribo store in Kent opens

First Haribo store in Kent opens

21 November 2019

Customers have spent the morning queuing outside the county's first Haribo sweet shop.

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'Dangerous idiot' guilty of nightclub knife attack

'Dangerous idiot' guilty of nightclub knife attack

20 November 2019

A jury took just two-and-a-half hours to unanimously find an angry punter guilty of stabbing a nightclub owner.

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Industrial estate rocked by catalytic converter thefts

Industrial estate rocked by catalytic converter thefts

20 November 2019

Several vehicles were stripped of car parts in one night, but police said they wouldn't attend due to rain.

College group's financial troubles impacting industry

College group's financial troubles impacting industry

20 November 2019

An educational leader claims a Kent College financial scandal has made borrowing harder.

More cars targeted by catapults

More cars targeted by catapults

20 November 2019

A spate of catapult attacks close to a school has shaken drivers and damaged cars.

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Council 'seriously considering' market move

Council 'seriously considering' market move

20 November 2019

A struggling market could be shifted to a more prominent part of town following a council meeting with traders.

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Taxi and Jaguar in crash

Taxi and Jaguar in crash

19 November 2019

The entrance to a hotel car park is blocked after a smash between two cars during rush hour.

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Male domestic abuse charities recognised

Male domestic abuse charities recognised

19 November 2019

Charities supporting male domestic abuse victims have been praised by the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Thieves torch volunteer's truck after writing off parked car

Thieves torch volunteer's truck after writing off parked car

19 November 2019

A truck belonging to an RNLI volunteer has been torched after thieves towed it away, writing off another car in the process.

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Nightclub knifing 'was self-defence'

Nightclub knifing 'was self-defence'

19 November 2019

A man accused of stabbing a club owner in the stomach later threw the blade into a garden, a jury has heard.

Pupils sent home over flu outbreak

Pupils sent home over flu outbreak

19 November 2019

Dozens of pupils were kept out of school after a rash of illnesses.

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Fire-damaged shop reopens

Fire-damaged shop reopens

19 November 2019

A gaming shop has relaunched two months after being gutted by fire.

Shopping centre evacuated

Shopping centre evacuated

19 November 2019

Fire marshals barred shoppers from entering a retail complex earlier.

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1,000 removed from illegal rave

1,000 removed from illegal rave

18 November 2019

Police say more than 1,000 people were turfed out of a carpet superstore during an illegal rave in the disused town centre shop at the weekend.

Only 3 units filled at new business park

Only 3 units filled at new business park

18 November 2019

A brand new business park has opened in a town but only three of the 28 units have currently been filled.

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Parts of M20 to be closed for 5 nights

Parts of M20 to be closed for 5 nights

15 November 2019

Part of the M20 will be closed for nearly a week while smart motorway work is carried out.

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