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Campaign launched against 'UK's Disneyland'

Campaign launched against 'UK's Disneyland'

12 August 2020

A campaign has been launched to oppose the development of a £5bn theme park in Kent.

Boozy treats are a winner

Boozy treats are a winner

12 August 2020

Cupcakes infused with alcohol have proved a success for one young baker who has now won an award for her creations.

Memorial football match proves a hit

Memorial football match proves a hit

12 August 2020

More than 200 friends and family came together to support a charity football match held in memory of a teenager who took his own life.

Is Kent set for an e-scooter revolution?

Is Kent set for an e-scooter revolution?

12 August 2020

A 'transport revolution' could be on its way to Kent - as the county council confirms it hopes to trial rental e-scooters on the streets.

Can't pay or won't pay?

Can't pay or won't pay?

11 August 2020

A council is offering support to those struggling to pay bills but says it will get tough on those who won't, to avoid running up debts.

Kent's most famous UFO sightings

Kent's most famous UFO sightings

11 August 2020

The latest government figures revel Kent is a key destination for mysterious sightings, so we decided to look back at our strangest reports.

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Work starts on £112m upgrades to A2 junctions

Work starts on £112m upgrades to A2 junctions

11 August 2020

Work on a controversial new flyover across the A2 is now under way with work expected to last for more than two years.

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Popular Halloween fest cancelled

Popular Halloween fest cancelled

10 August 2020

A family-favourite Halloween scare festival has been cancelled by organisers as they blamed uncertainty surrounding the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Strongman event cancelled

Strongman event cancelled

10 August 2020

An annual competition which looks for the strongest men in the south east of England has been forced to cancel over coronavirus fears.

Blaze breaks out at recycling centre

Blaze breaks out at recycling centre

10 August 2020

Crews are currently working to bring a fire under control at an industrial site.

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Former cop shop site up for grabs

Former cop shop site up for grabs

10 August 2020

Land on which a former police station once stood has been put up for sale.

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Saddle up to save your favourite charity

Saddle up to save your favourite charity

10 August 2020

Charities in financial crisis have been offered a helping hand as organisers confirm two major fundraising bike rides will take place this autumn.

Take our trip down memory lane

Take our trip down memory lane

10 August 2020

Check out how this Kent town has changed in the past 30 years.

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Almost 200 pupils excluded for racist abuse

Almost 200 pupils excluded for racist abuse

09 August 2020

As exclusions rise across the country, Kent saw more pupils excluded this year for race related bullying.

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Treacle mines and other Kentish tall tales

Treacle mines and other Kentish tall tales

09 August 2020

The disused treacle mines of Kent are just the gateway to a labryinth of deception running deep beneath the county's bedrock.

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Water warning issued after 'unprecedented demand'

Water warning issued after 'unprecedented demand'

08 August 2020

People are being urged to save water for the crucial things, like hand washing and medical requirements.

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'I'm preparing for world championships in car park'

'I'm preparing for world championships in car park'

08 August 2020

A roller skating champion has hit out at 'insane' regulations which have left him with no choice but to practice in a car park - and he's not alone.

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Woman sprayed in face after waking to find three men in home

Woman sprayed in face after waking to find three men in home

07 August 2020

A woman was sprayed in the face with a mystery liquid after waking up to find three masked men in her home.

Bid to create new 'civic heart' for town centre

Bid to create new 'civic heart' for town centre

07 August 2020

New images have been released showing the second stage of a proposed town centre redevelopment scheme.

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Dad praised by prince hopes travel restrictions won't scupper cancer treatment

Dad praised by prince hopes travel restrictions won't scupper cancer treatment

07 August 2020

A father hopes his potentially life-saving cancer treatment won't be affected by Covid-19 travel restrictions after reaching his £100,000 target.

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