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Fire engines battles caravan fire

Fire engines battles caravan fire

08 August 2020

Three firefighting vehicles put out a burning caravan earlier.

Woman 'in labour' among migrants climbing sea wall

Woman 'in labour' among migrants climbing sea wall

08 August 2020

As calls are made for French authorities to help crackdown on migrant crossings, an image of people climbing over a sea wall has emerged.

'It's no wonder they come here'

'It's no wonder they come here'

07 August 2020

We spent the day on the frontline of the migrant crisis and learned why desperate people are fleeing Calais across the world's busiest shipping lane.

Kent's 'most wanted' behind bars after chopper search

Kent's 'most wanted' behind bars after chopper search

07 August 2020

A man added to Kent Police's most wanted list has been jailed after he was caught following a public appeal.

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Six Kent M&Co stores to remain open

Six Kent M&Co stores to remain open

07 August 2020

Six M&Co stores across the county are to remain open - as administrators close 47 of the chain's outlets nationally following the pandemic.

'Crowdbuster' trains on standby as beaches set to pack-out

'Crowdbuster' trains on standby as beaches set to pack-out

06 August 2020

Southeastern is preparing for huge numbers of people heading to the coast as a heatwave hits Kent.

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More stalls to open at market

More stalls to open at market

06 August 2020

Market bosses are allowing more traders to return to their pitches after successfully trialling a Covid compliant reopening

DFDS to make 79 redundancies at Dover

DFDS to make 79 redundancies at Dover

05 August 2020

A ferry company operating from a Kent port is the latest in the travel industry to announce job cuts.

New arts funding could save Astor Theatre

New arts funding could save Astor Theatre

05 August 2020

New government funding could be the key to saving a struggling theatre and bolstering a fund collected from the community to help it beat Covid-19

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Paddling pool won't open this year

Paddling pool won't open this year

04 August 2020

Hopes an outdoor paddling pool could reopen this summer have been dashed.

'No plans' yet for Dame Vera statue

'No plans' yet for Dame Vera statue

04 August 2020

Dame Vera Lynn immortalised Dover with her famous White Cliffs wartime song but there are no plans for the town to memorialise her with a statue

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'He loved life and was always smiling'

'He loved life and was always smiling'

04 August 2020

A wife has told of her heartbreak and paid tribute to her husband who died in a crash while out on his motorbike.

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Heatwave to hit Kent with highs of 37C

Heatwave to hit Kent with highs of 37C

03 August 2020

Get ready for more sun! Temperatures are set to soar once more, with forecastors predicting figures well above 30C.

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Operation Brock set to return in December

Operation Brock set to return in December

03 August 2020

Drivers are set to face a dreaded contraflow on the M20 again as bosses aim to minimise disruption once the Brexit transition period ends.

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Theatre boss's grateful thanks after survival fund boost

Theatre boss's grateful thanks after survival fund boost

03 August 2020

A cash strapped theatre will benefit from a council increasing the cap on the grants it offers from £2,000 to £5,000 - but is it enough?

Castle cafe plans granted despite traffic fears

Castle cafe plans granted despite traffic fears

03 August 2020

English Heritage is celebrating after its plans were approved allowing it to open a cafe opposite one of its castles.

Conditions were so rough, 'only a fool would launch a boat'

Conditions were so rough, 'only a fool would launch a boat'

02 August 2020

When people call a lifeboat's coxwain a coward, there must be a story behind it

150 not out: Kent's cricket grounds celebrated in landmark year

150 not out: Kent's cricket grounds celebrated in landmark year

01 August 2020

As county cricket resumes, a new book marking Kent's 150th anniversary celebrates the 18 grounds to host the game in the club's illustrious history.

How fundraising paid for much needed hospital

How fundraising paid for much needed hospital

01 August 2020

On the day when Deal Hospital Fete was supposed to be held, we look back at how the hospital first came into being

Food deliveries start by new Meals on the Hill group

Food deliveries start by new Meals on the Hill group

31 July 2020

Italian lasagne, creamy curry and slow cooked pulled pork with fresh veg are among the dishes being sent out by volunteers from a new food aid group

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