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Line-up announced for Music on the Farm

Line-up announced for Music on the Farm

15 May 2021

A music festival returns to the Kent countryside with a strong line-up promising a great day out for families.

Lorry driver caught with £1m worth of cocaine

Lorry driver caught with £1m worth of cocaine

14 May 2021

A lorry driver who was stopped by Border Force officers has been jailed after attempting to smuggle 24kg of cocaine into Kent.

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Anti-migration protest announced

Anti-migration protest announced

14 May 2021

An anti-asylum seeker group has announced plans to demonstrate in Kent later this month.

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'I can't set up my food wagon because lorries block lay-by'

'I can't set up my food wagon because lorries block lay-by'

14 May 2021

A roadside food vendor says he sometimes can't get into the lay-by where he trades, because of dangerously parked lorries.

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Smelly loos, hit and miss booze - but the girl's a star

Smelly loos, hit and miss booze - but the girl's a star

14 May 2021

The Elephant is a bit of a grey area for Secret Drinker - but it's a big up to the multi-tusking hostess

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Stanzas on seats

Stanzas on seats

14 May 2021

Lines of poetry have been placed on park benches as part of an arts project but also in time for Mental Health Awareness Week.

Thousands raised for memorial benches in Julia's honour

Thousands raised for memorial benches in Julia's honour

14 May 2021

A crowdfunder aiming to raise money for Julia James' family to erect memorial benches in her honour has been inundated with donations.

Welcome back inside

Welcome back inside

14 May 2021

Kent's attractions are ready to welcome visitors inside again next week. From castles to clip 'n' climb centres and cinemas, here's what's reopening.

Piling the misery from bin chaos

Piling the misery from bin chaos

13 May 2021

This rubbish was left uncollected for 25 days - even when a dustcart crew was nearby picking up other waste.

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Julia James murder suspect's trial date set

Julia James murder suspect's trial date set

13 May 2021

A 21-year-old man accused of murdering a PCSO has been remanded in custody, with a trial date set.

Magical re-opening

Magical re-opening

13 May 2021

A venue's first event after lockdown closure will be the showing of a Harry Potter movie, on the 20th anniversary of its release.

Railway tracks searched in Julia murder probe

Railway tracks searched in Julia murder probe

12 May 2021

Police investigating the murder of Julia James are searching railway tracks.

Cocaine smuggling coach driver and pal guilty over £19.4m haul

Cocaine smuggling coach driver and pal guilty over £19.4m haul

12 May 2021

A coach driver found with 243 kilos of cocaine in his vehicle pretended that he and his friend had taken it to Belgium to get the air-con fixed.

Cliffs tribute to Dame Vera Lynn one step closer

Cliffs tribute to Dame Vera Lynn one step closer

12 May 2021

Plans to create a memorial to Forces' Sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn on the White Cliffs of Dover has now gained government support.

It's Binday Bingo! Residents brand collections 'disgrace'

It's Binday Bingo! Residents brand collections 'disgrace'

12 May 2021

Red-faced council officials have apologised over chaos caused by a change in bin collection days, with residents calling the debacle "binday bingo".

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Mass dog walks to be held in memory of Julia

Mass dog walks to be held in memory of Julia

11 May 2021

Walks will be held at locations across the country in memory of much-loved mum and PCSO Julia James - as an investigation into her murder continues.

Scrubland behind building site searched in PCSO murder probe

Scrubland behind building site searched in PCSO murder probe

11 May 2021

Police investigating the murder of Julia James are searching an area of scrubland and are said to have asked the fire service for assistance.

Reconstruction shows Julia's last moments

Reconstruction shows Julia's last moments

11 May 2021

The Jack Russell found at Julia James' side when she was discovered dead has taken part in a reconstruction of her final moments.

Stay safe as freedom comes

Stay safe as freedom comes

11 May 2021

New town centre signs tell people to continue guarding against coronavirus as the third stage of lockdown easing approaches.

Flower displays put out in 'message of hope'

Flower displays put out in 'message of hope'

11 May 2021

A group would usually mark National Flower Arranging Day by putting displays in public places. This year they altered their approach.

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