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Quarter of a million for grant fund

Quarter of a million for grant fund

21 May 2022

Community groups can from now until June apply for sums from a £260,000 pot in a special council fund.

Latest asylum seeker arrivals

Latest asylum seeker arrivals

21 May 2022

A total of 41 people in small boats were detected in the Channel by UK authorities yesterday and another 20 were stopped by the French.

Child's gift to hospital that treated her

Child's gift to hospital that treated her

21 May 2022

A schoolgirl has given £250 she won in a competition to the centre that gave her neurosurgery.

Pride of Kent resumes services across Channel

Pride of Kent resumes services across Channel

20 May 2022

A second P&O ship has resumed services between Kent and Calais, after initially failing three safety inspections.

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50s film screening will kickstart festival

50s film screening will kickstart festival

20 May 2022

A screening of 50s film The Girl Can't Help It will launch a new, three-day music festival taking place in Kent.

Stolen £10k farming vehicle returned to owner

Stolen £10k farming vehicle returned to owner

19 May 2022

An investigation has been launched into the theft of an expensive farming vehicle, which has now been returned to its rightful owner.

Julia James plaque mysteriously disappears

Julia James plaque mysteriously disappears

19 May 2022

Police are appealing for information after a plaque placed in memory of murdered PCSO Julia James vanished.

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'Bring back our blood tests'

'Bring back our blood tests'

19 May 2022

Nearly all asked in a local consultation, have demanded a return of phlebotomy services to their town hospital.

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Burst water main leaves homes without water for hours

Burst water main leaves homes without water for hours

18 May 2022

Engineers are still trying to fix a burst water pipe which left homes without water for hours.

Bank to exit town centre

Bank to exit town centre

18 May 2022

A bank has confirmed one of its town centre branches will close later this year after a fall in visits.

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The man whose photo helped catch PCSO's murderer

The man whose photo helped catch PCSO's murderer

18 May 2022

The quick-thinking dad-of-five whose mobile phone photo helped track down Julia James’ murderer says he was in 'the right place at the right time'.

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Four charged with GBH after serious high street attack

Four charged with GBH after serious high street attack

18 May 2022

A woman and three men have been charged with causing GBH with intent after a town centre attack saw two people rushed to hospital.

£138m investment will create more jobs

£138m investment will create more jobs

18 May 2022

A long-standing Kent company has been granted a £138 million loan, which will help it create new job roles and invest in green technologies.

Julia's killer 'ignored by mental health teams'

Julia's killer 'ignored by mental health teams'

18 May 2022

The father of Julia James' killer has said his son was 'let down' by social services.

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Historic bus waiting room transformed into coffee and cocktail bar

Historic bus waiting room transformed into coffee and cocktail bar

18 May 2022

A 100-year-old former bus waiting room will open as a coffee bar, serving hot drinks in the day and wine and cocktails in the evening.

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Pride events to be held almost every weekend this summer

Pride events to be held almost every weekend this summer

18 May 2022

A round-up of the biggest pride events this year, with six consecutive weekends of partying planned to end the summer.

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Operation Brock to stay until June

Operation Brock to stay until June

17 May 2022

The half term, Jubilee celebrations and reduced ferry capacity will keep Operation Brock in place on the M20 until June.

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Missing man found safe and well

Missing man found safe and well

17 May 2022

A man who went missing on Monday has been found safe and well.

For sale: the mansion that was home to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

For sale: the mansion that was home to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

17 May 2022

This spectacular Grade II listed property, featuring seven bedrooms and 12 acres of land, was once home to one of the most famous cars in history.

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How technology helped catch PCSO's killer

How technology helped catch PCSO's killer

16 May 2022

As Callum Wheeler is found guilty of murder, we look at how smartphones, an Apple Watch and dashcams helped track him down and bring him to justice.

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