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Train station set for £2.25 million overhaul

Train station set for £2.25 million overhaul

25 September 2020

A station in desperate need of refurbishment is set to benefit from a multi million pound investment.

Person found living illegally at dump

Person found living illegally at dump

25 September 2020

A series of raids have been carried out at an industrial estate following concerns over suspected illegal waste activity.

Fraudsters imitating police target residents

Fraudsters imitating police target residents

25 September 2020

Fraudsters pretending to be police officers have been targetting residents with one victim handing over more than £5,000.

Year group sent home after positive Covid test

Year group sent home after positive Covid test

25 September 2020

A school has told 150 pupils to self-isolate because a student has coronavirus.

Mother's heartache over daughter's diagnosis

Mother's heartache over daughter's diagnosis

25 September 2020

A mum-of-two has described the agonising wait she faces to determine the details of her daughter's neurological condition.

'Government help needed to protect Eurostar jobs'

'Government help needed to protect Eurostar jobs'

24 September 2020

A major rail company chief has called on the government to back Eurostar in order to save 3,500 jobs.

Hospital boss admits operations may have to stop again

Hospital boss admits operations may have to stop again

24 September 2020

A hospital chief executive says they are ready for a second wave of coronavirus but may have to reluctantly stop other services during another peak.

Pair arrested over castle 'rock-throwing' death bailed again

Pair arrested over castle 'rock-throwing' death bailed again

24 September 2020

Two teenagers arrested in connection with the death of a pensioner fishing at a picturesque castle lake have had their bail extended a second time.

Woman dog walker and man assaulted by garages

Woman dog walker and man assaulted by garages

24 September 2020

Two men seen in a white 4x4 are wanted by police in connection with an attack on two people.

Seven charged with drug offences following home raids

Seven charged with drug offences following home raids

24 September 2020

Charges have been brought against a suspected cocaine drugs ring as part of a wider Met Police operation.

Flying Squad grab nine suspected drugs dealers

Flying Squad grab nine suspected drugs dealers

23 September 2020

Police raids at 12 properties across the region have netted a large haul of cocaine and cash.

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Special needs school sends group home after Covid-19 case

Special needs school sends group home after Covid-19 case

23 September 2020

Pupils have been told to self-isolate for two weeks after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus.

'Unique' biker, 26, was killed in head-on crash

'Unique' biker, 26, was killed in head-on crash

23 September 2020

A young motorcyclist was killed when his bike crossed into the path of oncoming traffic, an inquest has heard.

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Dessert chain re-opens at Bluewater

Dessert chain re-opens at Bluewater

23 September 2020

A popular eatery will be extending the Eat Out to Help Scheme as it welcomes back customers.

Believe in Christmas at Bluewater

Believe in Christmas at Bluewater

23 September 2020

Tickets go on sale today for a Christmas attraction which promises to take children on an 'immersive festive journey'.

Give pharmacists more power, says MP

Give pharmacists more power, says MP

22 September 2020

A Kent MP has called on the Prime Minister to expand the services pharmacists can offer to help relieve the pressure on the NHS.

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Arrest after station assault

Arrest after station assault

22 September 2020

Transport police have responded to an incident in which a railway staff member is said to have been assaulted.

Cycle ride for 'hospital that saved me from Covid'

Cycle ride for 'hospital that saved me from Covid'

22 September 2020

A coronavirus survivor is taking on a 35 mile bike ride with his dad to raise money for the hospital that saved his life.

Pubs determined to survive despite new restrictions

Pubs determined to survive despite new restrictions

22 September 2020

Despite fears over a drop in trade, publicans remain determined to adapt to new restrictions on opening times and service.

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Town Bonfire Night and fireworks display cancelled

Town Bonfire Night and fireworks display cancelled

22 September 2020

Dartford Lions' Bonfire Night and Fireworks display has been cancelled for the first time in over 40 years.

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