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Early morning police raid nets drugs and suspects

Early morning police raid nets drugs and suspects

03 September 2018

Police have seized drugs and cash after storming into a property on a housing estate.

Bomb squad descends on city

Bomb squad descends on city

03 September 2018

Bomb disposal experts descended on a city in the early hours after a suspicious package was reported.

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More than 60 die waiting for organs

More than 60 die waiting for organs

03 September 2018

Families are being urged to talk about organ donation, as figures show dozens have died waiting for a transplant.

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Playing computer games for a living

Playing computer games for a living

03 September 2018

Eight people have managed to turn their pastime into their profession.

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Heartbroken family mourns the loss of brave teenager

Heartbroken family mourns the loss of brave teenager

02 September 2018

A rare brain cancer has claimed the life of a popular young man who always tried to make others laugh.

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May The Toys Be With You

May The Toys Be With You

01 September 2018

An exhibition of Star Wars toys collected by a Kent dad has been smashing records as it tours the country.

War hero who nursed injured pilots dies

War hero who nursed injured pilots dies

01 September 2018

A woman who served as a medical orderly during World War Two has died aged 93.

Police appeal after armed robbery

Police appeal after armed robbery

31 August 2018

Two men have been arrested following an armed raid on a bookmakers where a "large quantity of money" was reported stolen.

Homebase agrees deal, but axe will still fall on store

Homebase agrees deal, but axe will still fall on store

31 August 2018

DIY chain had crunch meeting with creditors with failure potentially seeing it slip into administration.

Homebase confirms closure of store

Homebase confirms closure of store

31 August 2018

Struggling DIY chain Homebase has confirmed the closure of the store as part of restructure plans.

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MP in talks over third train station

MP in talks over third train station

31 August 2018

A long-discussed proposal for a third railway station in a city looks set to take a step forward following talks between an MP and Network Rail.

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Kent's most picturesque towns revealed

Kent's most picturesque towns revealed

31 August 2018

Kent has more picturesque towns than anywhere else in the country, according to new research.

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Urgent action needed on Universal Credit, says Bishop

Urgent action needed on Universal Credit, says Bishop

31 August 2018

A high-ranking bishop has called on the Government to "fix" its controversial Universal Credit benefit system, amid a surge in demand at food banks.

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Architecture student's mission to help Ugandan school

Architecture student's mission to help Ugandan school

31 August 2018

A 20-year-old student has helped design a new school building for 120 African children.

Crunch meeting to decide future of DIY giant

Crunch meeting to decide future of DIY giant

31 August 2018

Creditors need to approve deal to prevent company going into administration. But future is still bleak for one Kent store.

Health hazard fears as rubbish pile near surgery attracts rats

Health hazard fears as rubbish pile near surgery attracts rats

30 August 2018

A landlord claims rats have infested waste just feet from a health centre.

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Firefighter 'saves' dangling man

Firefighter 'saves' dangling man

30 August 2018

A firefighter was seen rescuing a man - thankfully a dummy - dangling from a flagpole.

'Burglar' found in loft after house flooded

'Burglar' found in loft after house flooded

30 August 2018

A suspected burglar was found in the loft of a house by police and copper pipes were found damaged after reports of loud banging.

Future at risk as bar and brewery forced out

Future at risk as bar and brewery forced out

30 August 2018

A popular bar and micro-brewery is pleading for leniency from the council after being forced to move.

Kent's weak bridges in spotlight

Kent's weak bridges in spotlight

30 August 2018

Twenty-nine structures managed by Kent County Council have been classified as "substandard".

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